[opencms-dev] Static Export Help
Hari.Subramanian at jvolution.co.uk
Mon Oct 17 09:41:34 CEST 2005
You can export to the local file system and then just ftp the folder to
where you want it to go
You can specify the absolute path in the exportpath node in
opencms-importexport.xml (C:/Apache Group/tomcat
5.0/webapps/YourFolderName). This will export all content of your
sites/YourSite/ to this folder.
To resolve the links without /sites/YourSite/ in the links make property
exportname to the name of the folder (ie. /folder1). This will export
all your folders to under YourFloderName under webapps. All pages in
the top level should have exportname "/"
Hope this helps,
From: Joe Desbonnet [mailto:jdesbonnet at gmail.com]
Sent: 16 October 2005 16:41
To: The OpenCms mailing list
Subject: Re: [opencms-dev] Static Export Help
As far as I know, that is not possible right now, but I do have on my
to-do list to write a module that will do just that. It will export
static content to a directory on the local file system or via FTP to a
plain-old webserver like Apache.
On 10/16/05, Raju Subramaniam <raju at cbuae.gov.ae> wrote:
> I am working on OpenCms 6 and I want to use the Static Export
> that I can export my whole website to another webserver & render
> that webserver. I have not been able to do it successfully.
> Pls. help.
> Raju Subramaniam,
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