Deploying to a New Environment Failed

Topics: Bindings File, Settings Management and SSO, General Questions, Server Deployment
Oct 6, 2011 at 10:18 PM

Hi,

I am getting an error while deploying the application to another environment using Deployment Framework. The error is as follows,

Information: Importing bindings "C:\Program Files (x86)\SOA.Chicago.Shipme
  nt for BizTalk\1.0\Deployment\PortBindings.xml" into application "SOA.Chic
  ago.Shipment" in BizTalk configuration database (server="SQ01", databas
  e="BizTalkMgmtDb")...
  Error: Failed to update binding information.
  Cannot update send port "SOA.Chicago.Shipment.AutoQA.SEND.".
  Cannot update transport information (address "\\fileshare01\TO_PROCESS\%So
  urceFileName%.txt").
  The following items could not be matched up to hosts due to name and/or trust
   level mismatches:
  Item: 'FILE' Host: 'host32bit' Trust level: 'Untrusted'
  You must do one of the following:
  1) Create hosts with these names and trust levels and try again
  2) Re-export the MSI without the binding files and have a post import script
  apply a suitable binding file.

I tried changing the Trust Level to True in the PortBindingsMaster.xml as well in the PortBindings.xml. But this time I get the same error with

The following items could not be matched up to hosts due to name and/or trust
   level mismatches:
  Item: 'FILE' Host: 'host32bit' Trust level: 'Trusted'

Can you let me know how to fix this error.

Thanks,

Praveen

  Command failed with 1 errors, 0 warnings.

Coordinator
Oct 6, 2011 at 11:34 PM

Hi, it can only mean what it says -- there's a mismatch between the combination of [host name/trust level] between one of your port bindings and the actual server configuration.  For each adapter that you are using in the bindings, look at the specific server configuration -- which host is the receive or send side of the adapter configured in, and what is that host's trust level.  Then you need to exactly match that up with each <SendHandler> or <ReceiveHandler> in the bindings file.  The Name and HostTrusted attributes will both have to be an exact match with the actual config for that adapter.

Thanks,
Tom


Oct 7, 2011 at 2:53 PM

Thanks Tom for your quick reply. I was able to identify the issue. The Send Handler for the FILE adapter does not exist for the Host. So this has failed. 

Thanks,

Praveen