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Templates are like most (content) items exposed through WebDAV. For Compound Templates (aka. Modular Templates), this means the XML source of the template is exposed in WebDAV with their own specific extension. Page Templates will have .tptcmp and Component Templates .tctcmp for example. You can very easily store these outside of Tridion as they are ...


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As Bart says the Template Designs are also available via WebDAV, so you could store those in SVN. Providing you made certain the folder structure in SVN was the same as that in Tridion, you could use a build script on a Continuous Integration server to push the files into Tridion. This would be a good way to deploy changes between environments, and would ...


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The ReleaseManager extension is actually only intended to be used to "bundle" a group of Tridion items for a release. The way that it actually works is that it stores all items added to the release in an XML file which is maintained on the filesystem (I've also seen it adapted to be stored in AppData). When you use the ReleaseManager extension to generate ...


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Some years ago I had to deal with a scenario where I had to automate the export of the results of a Search Folder (this was before Content Porter supported this), so I wrote a library to create the CP export (& import) configuration files based on a webdav URL. This was written in 2009/2010, so it's fully based on the deprecated Business Connector - I ...


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Welcome to the Tridion community! The Release Manager extension is quite old. It was excellent back in the day, but today we have Bundles with Tridion. To directly answer your question, no, you will not have that same release in another environment after Content Porting. All Release Manager does is creates an Export XML file that you can load into Content ...


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PART 1: Tridion 2011 SP1 (and possibly also Tridion 2013) should continue to work on: <endpoint address="http://YOUR.SDLTRIDIONCMS.ADDRESS/webservices/CoreService.svc/wsHttp_2010" binding="wsHttpBinding" bindingConfiguration="wsHttp_2010" contract="coreService.ISessionAwareCoreService2010" name="wsHttp_2010"> <identity> <dns value="...


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