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BTS2004 Content Routing Deployment Issue

BTS2004 Content Routing Deployment Issue

BTS2004 Content Routing Deployment Issue

Having built a solution consisting of several schemas and data maps, I then deployed it and created send ports using content routing to process documents to the appropriate file directories - no orchestrations required. Solution works without issue.
However, what I would now like to do is deploy this solution into another BTS2004 instance and want the send ports that I have created (outside of the deployed assembly) to be part of the installation.
As there are no orchestrations to bind the send ports too, how can I get these ports to be migrated as part of a packaged?
Tried using the BTSInstaller to create an MSI file but could only get it too deploy an assembly. Also tried using the BTS Server Administration tool to deploy the package but that was constrained to assemblies.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

RE: BTS2004 Content Routing Deployment Issue

Have a look at the inclueded sdk samples. They provide Setup scripts (VBScript / WMI) to create their samples.

Just copy and paste from there.

HTH, Stephan

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