Q & A : BizTalk Server 2010 Configuration Error SSODB Cannot be created, SSODB is not accessible

Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Q: I have encountered the following error during BizTalk 2010 Configuration Error's : SSODB Cannot be created, SSODB is Not Accessible, SSODB is Used by Another service etc..,

Ans: 

There are a few known issues encountered during installation and configuration of BizTalk Server 2010,  There are a few points that you need to verify before you start configuring BizTalk Server 2010

  1. MSDTC Should be configured and Tested for ping using DTC Tester, DTC Ping for Multi-server Installation.
  2. Installing User need to have permissions to update Active Directory for If Domain Accounts are used for BizTalk Configuration
  3. BizTalk Service Account used for configuration needs  to have sufficient permissions to access database It needs to be part of SSO Administrators group during configuration
  4. You need to provide full SQL server name during installation SERVER_NAME\INSTANCE_NAME (Do NOT provide SQL Server Alias even if you have created one it may cause problems).
  5. In case you have installed .Net 4.0 as a part of Visual Studio or something else you need to register SSOSQL.dll so that SSO is registered to point the correct version of .Net Framework and load the correct dll. REGASM the SSOSQL.dll

This must be performed in order to allow the BizTalk Server Configuration console to access the database when performing the Enterprise Single Sign-On initial group creation.
  1. 1.     On servers which have .NET 4.x installed, a hotfix to repair the .NET version control on the SSOSQL.dll must first be run.  As an administrative user on the BizTalk Server, access this hotfix:

    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=12284
    2.     As an administrative user on the BizTalk Server or using the Command Prompt being run as an Administrator, register the SSOSQL.dll using:

    C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\RegAsm.exe “C:\Program Files\Common Files\Enterprise Single Sign-On\SSOSQL.dll”
    3.     Ensure you are registering the SSOSQL.dll using the .NET 4.x version of RegAsm.exe or you’ll be wasting your time!  You can register it with an earlier .NET version RegAsm.exe but it will not work – it will not allow your BizTalk Server Configuration to access the database to setup the SSO Group.

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