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Topology Manager forms the bridge between the Content Manager and Content Delivery environments. A Topology defines a complete Publishing Environment.

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A Publication (or, more generically, a Repository) can act as a Site Type by setting its Publication Type to “Site Type” and setting its Key to some symbolic name. When creating a new Site using the …
answered Apr 21 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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Indeed, that is for backwards compatibility and to support gradual migrations as you mentioned. If you use old-style server-relative Publication URLs, then these URLs may (often will) overlap with th …
answered May 10 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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The PowerShell cmdlet syntax you use in your last example is correct. However, the OData query you are using will not give you the TTM Mappings, but only (Schema) metadata about them. Try using the P …
answered Feb 16 by Rick Pannekoek
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You should use cmuser instead of cduser as OAuth ClientId; cduser is intended to be used by the Web Application and has fewer permissions than cmuser. See SDL web8 - Issue with adding a website
answered Apr 8 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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According to the error message, TRDWCMDEV\MTSUser does not have access to your Content Manager system.
answered Jul 13 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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Note that your example URL paths may or may not be Web Applications in Topology Manager. For example: a DXA Web Application can resolve such URL paths to different Publications; there is only one phy …
answered Mar 22 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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The Discovery Service also acts a a centralized configuration repository for some of the other microservices (hence the term ConfigRepository in the configuration). As such, the Discovery service acts …
answered Apr 19 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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Another solution is to make your Publication URL (in Contebt Manager) "context-relative" (read: empty). That is the preferred approach where the first part of the URL is managed purely in Topology M …
answered May 27 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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There are multiple use cases for specifying multiple Base URLs on a Website in Topology Manager: DNS name vs IP address DNS name vs “localhost” Internal vs external DNS name HTTPS vs HTTP More (?) …
answered Feb 5 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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The two use cases you mentioned are the only ones that spring to my mind for OOTB functionality. Note that both use cases are about Experience Manager support (the main reason why DXA publishes this s …
answered Jun 26 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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The Environments (and Websites/apps) you configure in Topology Manager represent logical Environments; each of these things may or may not be scaled out physically, but that doesn't affect Topology Ma …
answered Feb 3 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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Just set the Publication URL (in CM) to empty. That makes it "context-relative" instead of server-relative, meaning that there is no longer an overlap between the part of the URL managed in Topology M …
answered Oct 3 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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Your Topology Type says there must be exactly two CD Environments in a Topology of that type: one with Purpose DXAStaging and one with Purpose DXALive. Then you try to create a Topology of that type …
answered Jan 20 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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You can use the Core Service API to programatically modify the Publications.
answered May 3 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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Add-TtmSiteTypeKey does not configure a Publication to be a Site Type (you do that by setting the Publication's Publication Type to "Site Type"), but it associates a Site Type (Publication), with Web …
answered Apr 26 '17 by Rick Pannekoek

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