26 Oct 2009
12 Jan 2010
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I have been working with Sitefinity off and on for almost 2 months and am now getting ready to plan a production deployment. I am currently working on a test environment; when I move to production, should I be doing my page updates from that production environment, or do I leave the Sitefinity environment on my test server and have the web config point to a database on the production server? Also, while I am working on my pages, I see that the paths to images, flash objects, etc include the path from the Sitefinity folder structure. For example, the following path is in one of the pages: /WebSites/GLAdvisor/Files/glAdvisorHome.swf
That path won't exist on my production server, right? Won't I want my flash objects to be in something like "/files/glAdvisorHome.swf"? Won't my IIS be pointing my top level domain to the "/WebSites/GLAdvisor" folder?
Thanks for the help