What happens when HTTP receive location is outside its service window?

Posted: January 19, 2010  |  Categories: BizTalk Uncategorized
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Have you ever asked yourself the question – what happens when a BizTalk HTTP receive location is outside it’s service window?

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The file adapter doesn’t pick up any files from the folder when the receive location is outside the service window.

For the HTTP adapter BizTalk will return a 500 (Internal Server Error) response to the caller. It should really be 503 (Service Unavailable) but it’s better than it actually just working huh?

Regards, Thiago

  • I have never asked myself this question, yet your answer is oddly satisfying!

  • Søren Andersen

    I think the group is a bit misleading – The first time I set this up – I thought you used to field to enter when you wanted a services window – ie. take the system down for maintenance – but it is actually the interval the location is active.

    • Yes, I see how it could be a bit misleading at first. The service window as you now know means the times of the day when the port will be operational.

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