May 112010
 

During a recent setup of BizTalk setup, check I was getting a failure that the setup could not connect to the SSODB.

I thought it was odd, because the SSODB had not been created.

It appears that the SSOSQL.dll was properly registered during the install.

To register the SSOSQL.dll, open up the Visual Studio Command prompt and path to the SSOSQL.dll directory (C:Program FilesCommon FilesEnterprise Single Sign-On) and key in regasm SSOSQL.dll

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  • I’m just wondering if it is me or did you mean:

    I thought it was odd, because the SSODB >___< had been created.
    It appears that the SSOSQL.dll was >NOT< properly registered during the install.

  • AJ

    Hey Eric,
    I tried to install BizTalk 2009. I was not able to configure the Enterprise Single Sign on. I did register the SSOSQL.dll as per your instruction, but SSODB is still not created.
    Can you help me out ?