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How to deploy pages configuration?

Nestor Mata

Joined: Nov 07, 2006
Posts: 15
Hi Richard Sezov,

Is there a way to deploy a base site tree and configuration on liferay?

Best regards,
Rich Sezov

Joined: Dec 13, 2006
Posts: 17
Yes, there are several ways.

1. You can create the site on one portal, then export the configuration into a LAR file, then import it into another portal server.

2. You can use Liferay's remote staging facility to push pages from a staging server to the production server.

3. You can write a hook that programmatically creates the site (the 7cogs-hook which ships with Liferay CE is a good example of this).

Hope this helps!

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