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TERMINALFOUR's Paul Kelly discusses preview and transfer enhancements that have been made to TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.4 which has led to improved caching and more efficient coding practices.

TERMINALFOUR's Paul Kelly discusses preview and transfer enhancements that have been made to TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.4 which has led to improved caching and more efficient coding practices.

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    Preview and transfer enhancements: TERMINALFOUR t44u 2013 Preview and transfer enhancements: TERMINALFOUR t44u 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • The Aviva Stadium Dublin, 21-22 November 2013
    • As promised last at t44u 2012… Preview & Publish Improvements • Incremental • Improved caching • More efficient coding practices t44u 2013 2
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • Not all automatic t44u 2013 3
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • Who knows about the Cache Handler? • May be available at SiteManager?ctfn=cache t44u 2013 4
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • The Cache Handler enables elements within Content Types to be “pre-cached” t44u 2013 5
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • A Top Content navigation object shows the 5 latest news articles ordered by a date element within the Content • Keyword Search Content navigation object finds related news articles, based on a keywords element within the Content t44u 2013 6
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • How does it do this? t44u 2013 7
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • It loads each piece of Content from the database to check the Date or Keywords t44u 2013 8
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • What if you’ve an archive of 1,000 news articles? t44u 2013 9
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • You wait… t44u 2013 10
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • …unless the Date or Keywords are “precached” t44u 2013 11
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • This was only the case with certain Navigation Objects (Keyword Search Content, Top Content) • Since version 7.4 of TERMINALFOUR Site Manager, this is now extended to all areas of the publish engine t44u 2013 12
    • Preview & Publish Improvements • Content is ONLY loaded from the database IF the requested elements aren’t pre-cached t44u 2013 13
    • Previous Transfer Mechanism • Transfer was a two-step process • Generate / check file hashes • Upload modified files t44u 2013 14
    • Previous Transfer Mechanism • Shortcomings • It was a two-step process • Subsequent publish could alter files that were flagged for upload, but not yet uploaded t44u 2013 15
    • Transfer Improvements • Single Step Process • Transfer “Listens” during publish for any changed (added, modified, deleted) files • It copies these changed files into a separate area • This is what we call a changeset • Changesets remove Publish/Transfer synchronization issues t44u 2013 16
    • Transfer (Dis)Improvements • Changesets • Only deleted when transfer completed (including deletion of “old” files) • This can result in excessive disk space being used t44u 2013 17
    • Transfer Improvements • Changesets • Disk space usage will be improved in 7.4.0004 • Wayne “is on the case” t44u 2013 18