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How to push code to Production without wiping out content

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  1. Ben
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    06 Dec 2010
    06 Dec 2010
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    I am a content editor on a development team building a site in Sitefinity 3.7. They have deployed a version of Sitefinity to Production for me to begin building pages, but they continue to develop more templates, modules, controls and other Sitefinity objects. My question: How do you push new Sitefinity objects from Dev to Production without wiping out the content in Production? Or to ask another way, how do you do an incremental push?
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    12 Sep 2017
    07 Dec 2010
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    Hello Ben,

    If we are talking about the database data, the best option here is using a database replication and schema comparison tool that monitors all changes between staging and production.  There are similar tools for the file system, but you can use some source control system for the physical files.

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