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Use PowerShell to Create Sitefinity Pages

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  1. Tervis
    Tervis avatar
    3 posts
    18 Nov 2008
    05 Mar 2010
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    I would like to use Powershell to script the creation of Sitefinity pages so that I can source control these change scripts and use them when deploying new pages from development to staging and then to production.

    I know Powershell can instantiate .Net objects so there should be some way for me to create the Sitefinity objects I need to accomplish this.

    How can I accomplish this using the Sitefinity API and Powershell?
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    16072 posts
    12 Sep 2017
    07 Mar 2010
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    Hello Chris,

    I suggest that you should use web services to call Sitefinity's classes and methods. You can take a look at

    Creating pages
    Implementing schedules service using web service 

    Best wishes,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. Matt
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    23 Aug 2012
    23 Aug 2012
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    Hi Chaps,

    I would urge you to consider creating a Powershell module that would enable integrators and DevOps like myself the ability to work with SiteFinity as part of a build and release pipeline.

    As it stands, I want to change some system settings post-deployment, and I'm faced with the stark choice of hacking the database or attempting to instantiate the SiteFinity assemblies. A simple PowerShell module that allowed me to configure the hosting parameters of the application would be all that I needed. And, FYI, this is something that EPiServer provides.


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