How to Import Bindings into a BizTalk Group
This topic describes how to use the BizTalk Server Administration console or the command line to import bindings into a BizTalk group from an .xml file. For instructions on exporting the bindings from a BizTalk group into an .xml file that you can import, see How to Export Bindings for a BizTalk Group.
You can also import bindings into a BizTalk application, as described in How to Import Bindings into a BizTalk Application.
To perform the procedures in this topic, you must be logged on with an account that is a member of the BizTalk Server Administrators group. For more detailed information on permissions, see Permissions Required for Deploying and Managing a BizTalk Application.
Using the BizTalk Server Administration console
Click Start, click All Programs, click Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 R2, and then click BizTalk Server Administration.
In the console tree, expand BizTalk Server Administration, expand the BizTalk group, and then right-click Applications.
Point to Import, and then click Bindings.
Click the binding file and click Open.
The artifacts in the binding file are written to the group. They display in appropriate folders of the <All Artifacts> node.
Using the command line
Open a command prompt as follows: Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK.
Type the following command, substituting the appropriate values, as described in the following table:
BTSTask ImportBindings /Source:value/GroupLevel [/Server:value] [/Database:value]
For example, the following command imports bindings into the group defined in the BizTalk Management database running on a SQL Server instance named MyServer.
BTSTask ImportBindings /GroupLevel /Server:MyServer /Database:BiztalkMgmtDb /Source:C:\Bindings\Binding1.xml
Full path of the binding file to import, including the file name. Paths that include spaces must be enclosed in quotation marks (").
Option to import the binding file into the current group.
Name of the SQL Server instance hosting the BizTalk Management database, in the form ServerName\InstanceName,Port.
Instance name is only required when the instance name is different than the server name. Port is only required when SQL Server uses a port number other than the default (1433).
If not provided, the name of the SQL Server instance running on the local computer is used.
Name of the BizTalk Management database. If not specified, the BizTalk Management database running in the local instance of SQL Server is used.
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