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how to find the Position in TS: 5878 in EDI file RRS feed

  • Question

  • hi all,

    we are processing the large EDI file .we got the below error in admin console.

    Error: 2 (Segment level error)

    Segment ID: LOC

    Position in TS: 3722

    15: Use of segment, data-type or segment not supported in this position

    how to find that particular position in TS in file. Please guide me

    1. what is the exact difference between host and host instance ?


    Thanks, Archana

    Thursday, August 8, 2013 5:36 AM

Answers

  • Put simply, a Host is a collection of in-process run-time artifacts, Ports, Orchestrations and Adapters, that share a Windows Process when running.

    A Host Instance is the actual running Windows Process where the artifacts are executing.

    So, a BizTalk Group can have only one of a Host definition, and as many Host Instances, of a particular Host, as there are servers in the Group.

    Isolated Hosts are different in that there can be any number of instances since it is run within a non-BizTalk host, such as IIS.

    Managing BizTalk Hosts and Host Instances

    Hosts and Host Instances

    • Proposed as answer by Johns-305MVP Thursday, August 8, 2013 12:32 PM
    • Marked as answer by Pengzhen Song Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:37 AM
    Thursday, August 8, 2013 12:32 PM

All replies

  • There's no direct way to match the TS position to the xml instance.

    What you can do is write a little tool that scans the Xml counting the segment elements.  If you examine the xml, you'll see the pattern.  If you apply the schema, it's a little easier because the segment elements have a tag property.

    Thursday, August 8, 2013 7:18 AM
  • hi boat seller,

     what is the exact difference between host and host instance ?


    Thanks, Archana

    Thursday, August 8, 2013 7:57 AM
  • Hi Archana,


    Host:

    1.A BizTalk host is a logical container within a BizTalk Server group that can house BizTalk Server items such as adapter handlers, receive locations (including pipelines), and orchestrations.

    2.You typically group items that have similar scale properties into a particular host.


    3. BizTalk hosts are one of two types, In-process or Isolated. In-process hosts run inside of the BizTalk Server runtime process and Isolated hosts do not run in the BizTalk Server runtime process. The following table lists the items that each of these host types may contain.


    In Process host
    -----------------------
    Orchestrations
    Adapter Send Handlers
    Adapter Receive Handlers other than HTTP and SOAP

    Isolated host 
    -------------------
    HTTP and SOAP Receive Handlers

    Host Instances :

    1.After you create a host (a logical container), you can add physical BizTalk Server computers (host instances) to the host. A host instance runs as an NT Service on the designated BizTalk Server.

    2.For each host, you can have only one instance of a particular BizTalk Server computer. However, you can have instances of a particular host on one or more computers, and you can have instances of different hosts on a particular computer



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    Thursday, August 8, 2013 8:33 AM
  • Put simply, a Host is a collection of in-process run-time artifacts, Ports, Orchestrations and Adapters, that share a Windows Process when running.

    A Host Instance is the actual running Windows Process where the artifacts are executing.

    So, a BizTalk Group can have only one of a Host definition, and as many Host Instances, of a particular Host, as there are servers in the Group.

    Isolated Hosts are different in that there can be any number of instances since it is run within a non-BizTalk host, such as IIS.

    Managing BizTalk Hosts and Host Instances

    Hosts and Host Instances

    • Proposed as answer by Johns-305MVP Thursday, August 8, 2013 12:32 PM
    • Marked as answer by Pengzhen Song Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:37 AM
    Thursday, August 8, 2013 12:32 PM

  • BizTalk Host - A  set of running engines  such as BizTalk messaging queuing , XLANG and tracking data decode service that communicate with the message box database.

    Host Instance - It is the place where the message processing, receiving and transmitting occurs means it is the actual windows process.

    http://www.athenainfotech.co.uk/managed-b2b-services


    Friday, August 16, 2013 1:34 PM