How to Update the Runtime Computers

The destination system BizTalk Server 2006 runtime computers are configured with the BizTalk Server 2006 Configuration Wizard as part of the production BizTalk group running in the production environment. When the production BizTalk group is restored in the disaster recovery environment, settings must be updated on each BizTalk Server runtime computer so that it points to the disaster recovery SQL Server instance(s) when it attempts to connect to the restored production BizTalk group. After the BizTalk group is restored in the destination system, use the following procedure to update the BizTalk Server runtime computers.

  1. Copy the edited SampleUpdateInfo.xml file to the \Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006\Schema\Restore directory on every BizTalk server in the destination system.

  2. On each BizTalk server, open a command prompt. Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK.

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    On 64-bit computers, you must open a 64-bit command prompt.

  3. At the command-prompt, navigate to \Program Files\Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006\Schema\Restore and type this command:

    cscript UpdateRegistry.vbs SampleUpdateInfo.xml
    
  4. Enable and restart all BizTalk Host instances and all other BizTalk Services on the BizTalk servers in the destination system.

  5. Restart WMI on each BizTalk server in the destination system. Click Start, click Run, type services.msc, click OK, and then right-click Windows Management Instrumentation and select Restart.

  6. On each BizTalk server, open the BizTalk Server Administration console, right-click BizTalk Group, and then select Remove.

  7. Right-click BizTalk Server 2006 Administration, select Connect to Existing Group, select the SQL Server database instance and database name that corresponds to the BizTalk Management database for the BizTalk group, and then click OK.

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    After updating the BizTalk Server runtime computers, you may also need to update the SSO Server name as displayed in the Group Properties dialog box available in the BizTalk Server Administration console. To update the SSO Server name, launch the BizTalk Server Administration console, click to expand BizTalk Server Administration, right-click the BizTalk Group node and select Properties to display the General tab of the BizTalk Server Administration console. Then enter the name of the Enterprise Single Sign-On server that this computer will use to access the configuration information for the adapters. This is the name of the SSO server used to connect to the SSO database.

  8. Restart the following Windows services on each BizTalk runtime server:

    • Enterprise SSO Service

    • Rule Engine Update Service

    • BizTalk Host Instances

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