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Removing MSMQT from BizTalk 2004

Posted in BizTalk at Tuesday, May 10, 2005 7:51 AM Pacific Daylight Time

When you add the MSMQT adapter to BizTalk 2004 it asks  you “are you sure?” because this cannot be undone. Well I was pretty sure I wanted it, but later on it turns out that I really needed just MSMQ to work (which won't work with MSMQT unless you jump through some hoops).

In my searches I came across this solution which has a disclaimer:

Do this at your own risk; I do not know of any possible side effects of doing this (although I haven't noticed any yet) as opposed to doing the unconfigure/configure. You probably don't want to do this in a production machine, though!

So I was wondering (I'm not going to try it since I'm already in the process of rebuilding BT on my dev box) if anyone has any experience with this. It seems like a good hack, but what are the side effects? Are there any? Why did MS make the MSMQT setup so brittle....

Tuesday, May 10, 2005 8:43:00 AM (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)
<br>I personally haven't notice any problems. I have had some problems with the MSMQC adapter, which I thought might be related to them, but I got them also on machines where the full unconfigure/reconfigure cycle had been performed, so they seem unrelated....
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