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Combination Site (Multinational and Multilingual) using MSM

NitroHazeDev
Level 7
Level 7

Hello,

I would like to have best practices to lay out the content tree structure for a combination site , which is a multilingual and multinational using MSM, i am having trouble trying to imagine this.

Regards,

NZ

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smacdonald2008
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Level 10
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As specified in this doc topic -- you can refer to the Geometrixx Demo Site for an example of what you are looking for:

[img]Geo.png[/img]

I would recommend that you follow the structure that is specified in the sample Geometrixx Demo Site.

Hope this helps.

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smacdonald2008
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As specified in this doc topic -- you can refer to the Geometrixx Demo Site for an example of what you are looking for:

[img]Geo.png[/img]

I would recommend that you follow the structure that is specified in the sample Geometrixx Demo Site.

Hope this helps.

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NitroHazeDev
Level 7
Level 7

Thanks , i did look into this, but was wondering what one could have the content tree structure to look like, having a combination of the two in AEM. Any suggestions? 

NitroHazeDev
Level 7
Level 7

Thanks for the help, appreciate it, so the snapshot that you've provided makes use of language copy to generate sites like fr_ca etc and i am wondering where would livecopy and blueprint come into picture along with language copy. Please correct me if i am wrong if i want to create blueprint, livecopy along with language copy, then would the structure hold good? 

/content/

            Blueprint Site/

                   en_US

                    fr_ca

/content/

            LiveCopy Site/

                    fr_ca

smacdonald2008
Level 10
Level 10

Yes - that looks similar to the Gem Demo Site.