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Creating Instances of the BAM Event Bus Service

The BAM Event Bus Service runs inside a BizTalk application host. You can use the default host to host the BAM Event Bus Service, or you can create a new host. If a host hosts the BAM Event Bus service, any new instances you create for that host also hosts the service.

For information about the default host, see Hosts.

For information about creating hosts, see How to Create a New Host.

For information about creating host instances, see How to Add a Host Instance.

For information about creating and configuring hosts and host instances, see Managing BizTalk Hosts and Host Instances.

  1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to BizTalk Server 2006, and then click BizTalk Server Administration.

  2. In the Administration console, expand the BizTalk Server 2006 node, expand the Biztalk Group node and expand the Platform Settings node, right-click the Hosts node, select New, and then click Host.

  3. In the Create a New Host dialog box under the General section, select the Host tracking check box.

    A new child node appears under the Hosts node with the name of the new host.

  1. Right-click the Host Instance node, select New, and then click Host Instance.

  2. Select a server where the host instance will run.

  1. Right-click the host you want to reconfigure, and then select the General section.

  2. In the General Section dialog box, select Allow Host tracking.

  3. Restart all instances of that host.

  1. Right-click the host from which you want to remove host tracking, and then select the General section.

  2. Clear the Allow Host tracking check box.

  3. Restart instances of that host.

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