The following steps must be performed analogously for the XBRL portal and the associated Web services. It must be ensured that the correct Web page is selected. The following description refers to this in the appropriate places.
First, the default website must be selected in the IIS Manager (or the server website for importing the server). In the menu on the right side you will find the option Import application.
The Web Deploy packages can be selected in the following dialog. To do this, you must select the directory in which the packages are located and select the package to be imported (as a ZIP file). After clicking Next, the package content to be installed can be selected. Here the default settings can be accepted and confirmed with Next.
The application path must now be specified in the Application Package Information dialog box. This is the path where the application will be accessible in the future. Since in this case a concrete web page is created for each application (default website or server) and can be accessed under the server name or the combination of server name and port, no name may be specified here. The application path must be empty. The existing character string should be removed.
In the second part of the dialog the connection string to the SQL Server database must be defined, see figure. This must be done individually for each application to be imported. The connection string contains the target server as well as the database running on it and the logon information to be used. The exact connection string should be requested from the database administrator.
The warning message that follows after a click on Next can be confirmed with OK.
Click Next to import the application. For productive use, however, further configuration steps must be performed, which are described in the section Configuration of the Application. For the installation of the server as well as possibly used further modules the described steps must be carried out analogously. The installation package "Server" should also be imported into the corresponding web page of the IIS.