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Use Windows PowerShell cmdlets to manage Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint Server 2013

 

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013 Standard, SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise, SharePoint Foundation 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18

Summary:Learn about the Windows PowerShell cmdlets that you can use to manage Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint Server 2013.

The following table shows the Windows PowerShell cmdlets that you can use to manage Business Connectivity Services in a SharePoint Server 2013 farm.

Index of Windows PowerShell cmdlets for SharePoint 2013 includes a complete list of all cmdlets in SharePoint 2013.

 

Cmdlet name Description

Clear-SPSiteSubscriptionBusinessDataCatalogConfig

Deletes all data from the Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store for a specified partition.

Copy-SPBusinessDataCatalogAclToChildren

Copies a set of permissions of a Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store metadata object to its child objects.

Disable-SPBusinessDataCatalogEntity

Deactivates an external content type in the Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store.

Enable-SPBusinessDataCatalogEntity

Activates an external content type in the Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store.

Export-SPBusinessDataCatalogModel

Exports a Business Data Connectivity Model.

Export-SPSiteSubscriptionBusinessDataCatalogConfig

Exports all data from the Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store associated with a partition.

Get-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject

Returns a Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store metadata object.

Grant-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject

Grants a right to a principal for the specified Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store metadata object.

Import-SPBusinessDataCatalogDotNetAssembly

Imports data that is associated with the Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store for a partition.

Import-SPBusinessDataCatalogModel

Imports a Business Data Connectivity Model.

New-SPBusinessDataCatalogServiceApplication

Creates a new Business Data Connectivity service application in the farm.

New-SPBusinessDataCatalogServiceApplicationProxy

Creates a new Business Data Connectivity service application proxy in the farm.

Remove-SPBusinessDataCatalogModel

Deletes a Business Data Connectivity Model.

Revoke-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject

Revokes a right to a principal in the specified Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store metadata object.

Set-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject

Sets the value of a property or attribute of a Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store metadata object.

Set-SPBusinessDataCatalogServiceApplication

Sets global properties for a Business Data Connectivity service application in the farm.

Import-SPSiteSubscriptionBusinessDataCatalogConfig

Imports data associated with an exported file that contains all data associated with the Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store for a given partition.

Remove-SPSiteSubscriptionBusinessDataCatalogConfig

Removes the Business Data Connectivity Metadata Store for a partition.

Clear-SPBusinessDataCatalogEntityNotificationWeb

Clears the entity notification site.

Get-SPBusinessDataCatalogEntityNotificationWeb

Returns the entity notification site.

Get-SPODataConnectionSetting

Returns Business Connectivity Services OData connection properties.

Get-SPODataConnectionSettingMetaData

Returns a Business Data Connectivity service metadata object.

Remove-SPODataConnectionSetting

Removes a Business Connectivity Services connection.

New-SPODataConnectionSetting

Creates a new Business Data Connectivity service connection.

New-SPBECWebServiceApplicationProxy

Do not use this cmdlet.

Set-SPBusinessDataCatalogEntityNotificationWeb

Sets the entity notification site.

Set-SPODataConnectionSetting

Sets or updates global properties for a Microsoft Business Connectivity Services connection.

Set-SPODataConnectionSettingMetaData

Updates properties for the metadata of a Business Connectivity Services connection.

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