Nodinite Null Adapter for Microsoft BizTalk Server 2020
Download the latest version of the free null adapter for BizTalk Server 2020 here .
The Nodinite Null Adapter for Microsoft BizTalk Server 2020 requires the following products and versions to be in place before you can install and configure it:
|.NET||4.7 or later|
Repeat the installation steps below on all Microsoft BizTalk Server processing nodes.
- Make sure the .MSI file is not blocked by Windows (unblock from the 'Properties' modal).
- As the local administrator, execute the MSI package.
Now, use the administrative CMD-prompt and navigate to the folder where you installed the Nodinite Null Adapter, the default location is:
C:\Program Files\Nodinite\Null Adapter
Logged on as the local administrator, now run the
You should now be prompted to install the Nodinite Null Adapter for Microsoft BizTalk Server 2020. Answer 'Y', to confirm the intent to install.
Next, you will add the Adapter to the list of installed Adapters.
As 'BizTalk Server Administrator', open the BizTalk Server MMC
Expand the tree and open the Adapters sub tree
Make sure to restart the host instances (if you perform any changes)
- Click on the
- Enter a Name for this port (forms the URI and thereby provides traceability)
- Enter an optional Comment
- Select True for the 'Log to local application event log' to get the first 31838 characters. All Events from the Null Adapter are logged with EventId=1337
You should only log the local event during debugging (you may post sensitive data to the local event log)
- As 'BizTalk Server Administrator', open the BizTalk Server MMC
- Remove the Null Adapter from all Send ports where it is being used
- Remove the Adapter from the list of installed Adapters
- Restart Host instances where it was once used
- Logged on as local administrator, run the
- Select 'Y' to remove the Adapter from GAC
- Restart the BizTalk Server MMC
The installer cannot verify that .NET 4.7 (or later) is already installed, due to the current limitation with the WIX installer.
The events written to the local application log are truncated due to the length restrictions in Windows. Please use Nodinite if you need logging from BizTalk Server.