I've just run DTC Ping to try to find the cause of a MQ problem.

It says the following:

++++++++++++Validating Remote Computer Name++++++++++++
10-18, 10:30:31.508-->Start DTC connection test
Name Resolution:
10-18, 10:30:31.843-->Start RPC test (SOMECLIENTNAME-->SOMESERVERNAME)
RPC test is successful
    Partner's CID:15E66B7A-0F9D-4649-87B3-478163A5F06D
++++++++++++RPC test completed+++++++++++++++
++++++++++++Start DTC Binding Test +++++++++++++
10-18, 10:30:32.260-->SOMECLIENTNAME Initiating DTC Binding Test....
    Test Guid:41DFA125-465D-4AC1-8B22-CC94F0475816
Binding call to SOMESERVERNAME Failed
    In  GUID
    Out GUID
Session Down

"Binding call to SOMESERVERNAME Failed" doesn't say anything to me. And googling doesn't help (for instance this post).

Note that the MQ server and the client is in different domains (trust should have been configured between the domains).


Other side says

++++++++++++Start Reverse Bind Test+++++++++++++
Received Bind call from SRT00428
Trying Reverse Bind to SRT00428
Error(0x6D9) at ServerManager.cpp @453
-->RPC reverse BIND failed
-->1753(There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper.)
Reverse Binding to SRT00428 Failed
Session Down

Which kind of answers the question. Thanks for pointing out that the receiving DTC Ping can have logs too.

  • Do you have any logs on the remote server? The server may have logged a more useful error message. – Ladadadada Oct 18 '12 at 8:58
  • @Ladadadada: thanks ;) You can add that as an answer. (that the receiving DTC Ping have more logs). – jgauffin Oct 18 '12 at 9:22

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