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Biztalk Server 2010 - FTP Send Port 550 error RRS feed

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  • Hi there

    I have an FTP Send Port that is set to upload a file to a remote FTP server.

    I can connect in to the correct location and upload the file to the FTP server manually using Filezilla.

    However, if I try it using the FTP adapter, I get the following:

    If I specify a Temporary folder:

    An unexpected failure occurred when processing a message. The text associated with the exception is "The remote file could not be opened by the FTP server. ".

    If I don't specify a TEMP folder:

    The remote server refused a data connection.
     Please check permissions on the remote system.

    In the FTP Client logs logged by BizTalk I see the following:(I removed the IP addresses and replaced with AAA for security)

    < 220 Microsoft FTP Service
    > USER biztalk_ftp
    < 331 Password required for biztalk_ftp.
    > PASS xxxx
    < 230 User logged in.
    > PWD
    < 257 "/" is current directory.
    > PWD
    < 257 "/" is current directory.
    > PWD
    < 257 "/" is current directory.
    > CWD /PATH_DEV
    < 250 CWD command successful.
    > PWD
    < 257 "/PATH_DEV" is current directory.
    > TYPE I
    < 200 Type set to I.
    > PORT AAA,AAA,AAA,AAA,228,201
    < 200 PORT command successful.
    > STOR {C02C18F9-4D2A-4D2E-987E-622A1EB77CD4}.xml
    < 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection.
    < 550
    > TYPE I
    < 200 Type set to I.
    > PORT AAA,AAA,AAA,AAA,229,122
    < 200 PORT command successful.
    > STOR {F4B08675-B418-445F-82F2-B8860F7CB967}.xml
    < 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection.
    < 550

    So every time it tries to perform any action it gives a 550 error directly afterwards.

    We have a DEV, an INT and a PROD server. All 3 have the same version of BizTalk (except PROD has Enterprise while DEV has DEV etc); but version nums are the same.

    However, the issue is happening on DEV and INT, exactly the same, yet on PROD it works fine; with exactly the same settings on each server, using a simple standard BizTalk FTP Adapter and FTP-based Send port.

    Any ideas on what may cause this?

    Thanks

    David

    Thursday, August 27, 2015 3:16 PM

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