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Sharepoint 2013 : Service Application Administration (part 1) - Creating a New Instance of a Service Application

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Now that you have a working knowledge of the fundamentals, it is time to put that knowledge to work. In this section, you will learn how to operate all the knobs and switches that enable you, as a SharePoint administrator, to do your job. Your job encompasses everything from actually creating service applications to managing their security and properties with the GUI or PowerShell. Sounds like a grand time.

Creating a New Instance of a Service Application

You set up your farm and included all the service applications needed to get it off the ground. That was a great way to quickly get up and running; but now you are ready for prime time, and HR is screaming for its own instance of the Managed Metadata service application. They would like to name it HR-Only Metadata. The following steps describe how you would create it for them:

1. Open Central Administration.

2. In the Application Management section of the home page, click the link to Manage service applications.

3. Here you can see all the service applications currently available in your farm. In the Ribbon, click the New button and select Managed Metadata Service, as shown in Figure 1.

FIGURE 1

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4. For Name, enter HR-Only Metadata.

5. Confirm you have the correct database server listed.

6. For Database Name, choose something that will help you identify it, like HR_Only_Metadata_DB. (Remember that it is best to avoid spaces in a database name.)

WHEN EVERYONE WANTS THEIR OWN MANAGED METADATA SERVICE
If other divisions in the company also request their own Managed Metadata service, you can use what Microsoft terms a partitioned service application, which keeps data and processing separate despite being in a single process and database. This is discussed in greater detail later in the “Multi-Tenancy in SharePoint 2013” section.


NOTE If you want to host this database, or any other database, on a different SQL Server, you merely need to ensure that permissions are set up. Once that is done, you can just enter the new server’s name. Typically, the permissions you need are found in your farm administrator account. This is the account you specified when you ran the SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard (the gray one) when the farm was first configured. The SQL Server rights this account needs include dbcreator and securityadmin on the existing or new SQL Server that you are trying to use. In addition, the SQL Server needs to meet the minimum SharePoint requirements for SQL Server.

7. Most of the time you will choose the “Use existing application pool” radio button. From the drop-down menu, select your default app pool, as shown in Figure 2.

FIGURE 2

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NOTE For optimal performance, the current best practice is to keep all your service applications in one application pool. This may change as the product evolves, but it makes the most sense for now. Application pools consume a great deal of resources, and performance testing has shown that you get the best results when all your service applications are in one application pool.

8. At the bottom of this dialog are two options regarding the content type hub and reporting syndication errors. Leave these two options alone for now.

9. The last check box, “Add this service application to the farm’s default list,” is checked by default. For clarity’s sake, they mean Default Proxy Group. Leave it as is. Later in the “Managing Service Application Groups” section you will learn how to change this setting after the fact, if necessary.

10. Leave all the other settings at their default and click OK. After the service application is created, you will be returned to the Manage service applications page.
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