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> at Telerik.Sitefinity.Services.Cmis.RestAtom.Client.EnsureStatusIsSuccessful(HttpResponseMessage response, HttpStatusCode acceptable, HttpStatusCode otherAcceptable)<
> at Telerik.Sitefinity.Services.Cmis.RestAtom.Client.SendDocument(ISiteSyncExportTransaction document)<
> at Telerik.Sitefinity.Modules.SiteSync.SyncingManager.Export(ISiteSyncSnapIn snapIn, SiteSyncExportContext context)
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> at Telerik.Sitefinity.Modules.SiteSync.SiteSyncImporter.Import(IEnumerable`1 items)<
> at Telerik.Sitefinity.Services.Cmis.RestAtom.HttpHandler.ProcessRequest(HttpContext context)
Hello Atanas, @Telerik,
I am now on version 7.0 of Sitefinity, and am wondering if new sites (in Multisite) in a staging environment, are now created in the next environment after a sync. In other words, a new website is created in Environment A, and needs to be synced to environment B (receiving).
If this scenario cannot be accomplished, what are the steps to get the new site to environment B ?? so that it can then get its data from a sync ?
I can't just get the database of env A and restore it for env B, because env B (production) has form submissions that would be lost. The rest of the info I guess would be fine (this statement will bite me back afterwards, I can sense it).
There are also table values like the domains that support the sites that would be lost, etc...
going the other way (backup the production DB and restore it onto staging), there's still the issues with the table entries that support the domains, and who-knows what other database data would need addressing....
thanks for the attention.