How to use DTCPing and DTCTester? Difference between “DTCTester and DTCPing”. “How DTCPing and DTCTester work”

“The basic difference between DTCPing and DTCTester is as follows:”

1. You need to run the DTCPing on both the m\c.
2. You don’t need to give password in DTCPing whereas you type password on DTCTester. The password is visible to others on DTCTester so be careful.
3. You need to configure ODBC connection while using DTCTester whereas there is no need to configure ODBC connection while using DTCTester.

“How to run DTCTester:”
1. Login to m\c A and run DTCPing.exe.
2. Login to m\c B and run DTCPing.exe.
3. On m\c A, type the NetBIOS name of m\c B, and then click Ping.
4. On m\c B, type the NetBIOS name of m\c A, and then click Ping.
5. The log is created and the file name is displayed on the DTCPing screen as follows:

“The DTCPing performs following functions:”

1. Tests name resolution.
2. Tests Remote Procedure Call (RPC) communication.
3. Detects and display all the registry key settings touched by MS DTC.
4. DTCPing Tests DTC communication between the hosts.
5. Logs the connection communication in the log file.

“How to use DTCTester?”

This is explained as follows using screenshots. To use DTCTester you need to configure ODBC and then run a simple command. Go through the screenshots step by step.

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