How jRQL can help you setup publication combinations

If you have a RedDot CMS project with several language variants and project variants the configuration of publication packages is very tidious, because you have to setup every combination.

And on a usual website you will have several subfolders (in the URL), so you need several publication packages for different parts of your project.

On the new Hapapag-Lloyd’s website I had the need to create publication settings for 4 language variants, 28 project variant (for 4  stages) and 21 subfolders on website (=21 publication packages). Manually this will be a very hard job taking quite long and afterwards a lot of errors will be inside.

jRQL can help you for the really hard work:

  • adding publication settings inside a publication package
  • set the publishing targets on each publication combination
  • create publication structure
  • set the published pages folder mapping for each publication combination

Read the further articles of this category to get in touch with the supported features.

Folder mappings other than published pages cannot be changed with jRQL, because I didn’t need it so far.

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