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Default BizTalk Orchestration terminated Suddenly

Hi all,

I'm facing a weired problem with BizTalk 2006.

The Problem is that i'm observing sudden termonation of some of the running orchestrations in BizTalk and i'm not able to define the reason neither to track the History of the Lost Orchestration.

Note that most of the orchestration are passing the whole workflow without any problem but some of them are crashing.

What i require id the see if there are any possibility to track the orchestrations somewhere in BizTalk Databases.

PS: I'm configuring the following Databases:
    - BizTalkDTADb
    - BizTalkMgmtDb
    - BizTalkMsgBox
    - BizTalkRuleEngineDb

Thanks a lot


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