You cannot determine whether the transaction is in doubt when you try to run a transaction by using the ServiceDomain object in an application that is based on the .NET Framework 1.1

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949760 ... You cannot determine whether the transaction is in doubt when you try to run a transaction by using the ServiceDomain object in an application that is based on the .NET Framework 1.1This RSS feed provided by kbAlerz.com.Visit kbAlertz.com to subscribe. It's 100% free and you'll be able to recieve e-mail or RSS updates for the technologies you pick from the Microsoft Knowledge Base....

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