Mutil Tenant Website Structure

amoghd64765494

10-07-2020

Hi Team,

 

We have multi tenant website structure requirement and here is how we are planning to do it: The tenant has both language copy and normal live-copy requirement where content will be rendered only in English but can be modified later. I believe both structure are correct but I need someone from Adobe to answer this.

 

Master Site With Blueprint Configuration

  • Site A - Live Copy with Standard Rollout Config, Push on Modify
  • Site B - Live Copy with Standard Rollout Config, Push on Modify

Master Site Without Blueprint Configuration

  • Site A - Live Copy with Standard Rollout Config, Push on Modify
  • Site B - Live Copy with Standard Rollout Config, Push on Modify

And what are the pros/cons of both.

 

Thanks,
Amogh

Livecopy

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Jörg_Hoh

Employee

10-07-2020

Hi Amogh,

 

since you are explicitly asking for validation "by someone from Adobe" I would suggest to get in contact with Adobe consulting. It is hard to validate if this is the best approach based on your requirements, just based on these few information your provided. Also the forum is probably not the best way to have this discussion.

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Arun_Patidar

MVP

11-07-2020

The only disadvantage I see with Blueprint is reference update. Blueprint has concept of Chapters and outside Chapter reference does not get updated until you do configuration changes https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/6-3/sites/administering/using/msm-sync.html#ExcludingProp...

In multi tenant website/project, changing global config that my impact all the project, not advisable.