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External Records Center in SP 2010 - "URL is a not a valid routing destination"

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 17, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Hi all,

I've got a web service that worked as an external records center in SP 2007, but when I run through the configuration for SP 2010, I get the error "URL is a not a valid routing destination".  Is there a change in the requirement for SP 2010?  The tutorials I've seen make it seem like the web service interface hasn't changed.  Is there a way to find out more specifically what the problem is?  I looked at the log entries with the correlation id but there wasn't much there, just a stack trace indicating the exception is thrown from Microsoft.SharePoint.ApplicationPages.OfficialFileAdminPage.IsValidUriToRouter(Uri uriToValidate).

Thanks


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