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AAAAA
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      06-26-2009

hi, I know, that if i use Transaction.Scope, i have that use transaction
cordinator, what port i open?

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Cesar


 
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      06-26-2009


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> hi, I know, that if i use Transaction.Scope, i have that use transaction
> cordinator, what port i open?
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Open a port on what? One would assume transactions with a database such as
MS SQL Server, yes? One would assume you are talking about MSDTC, yes?


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