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@Rick gives the context on why Experience Manager has the context setting. I'll add a little more at the end of this answer. Except for shared items that are owned in the same "context" Publication setting, the "regular" BluePrinting rules do apply for localized items. So though the setting mentions XPM will read from the configured ...


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The idea behind XPM’s BluePrint Context is that in typical BluePrints, your Components (nor Pages) don’t reside in the Site Publication (rather the Site Publication inherits them from higher levels in the BluePrint), whereas that is the Context Publication when using XPM. For example, even in the simple OOTB DXA BluePrint, the content Components reside in ...


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