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Understanding the installation process

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  1. Asit Aithal
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    27 Feb 2009
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    I am new to Sitefinity. I am trying to understand the installation process so tha I can trouble-shoot better. 

    I have a DEV box running Windows XP Pro. I downloaded and installed 3.6 Community Edition successfully. I am able to launch the Project Manager successfully. I also have a TST box running W2K3 Server. I also downloaded and installed 3.6 Community Edition. But when I launch the Project Manager, it errors out. It tells me telerik.reporting.interfaces could not be loaded. But I am not doing any reporting. So I don't need it. What am I doing wrong?
  2. Georgi
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    Hi Asit Aithal,

    We have replied you in the other forum thread about this issue.

    Kind regards,
    Georgi
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  3. Asit Aithal
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    That was regarding the difference between two editions. I guess what I'm trying to understand here is the typical development cycle. Would I just install Sitefinity on my DEV box and FTP to TST box? Or would I install it on both the boxes to begin with and then start FTPing stuff?

    Say, for instance I have a new CSS that I developed on my DEV box. Would I then FTP it to my TST box, import it in Sitefinity? Or would Sitefinity automatically recognize it?
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Asit Aithal,

    You can first install Sitefinity on your dev and then move it to another server. Another way is to use database and file synchronization between two instance of Sitefinity that have been installed on the both machines. Thus you could catch the difference between your applications.

    All the best,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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