What's Expected from Staging?

Have you ever wondered what happens to an entity during the Staging process? Does Staging recognize the change? If so, how does it handle the update?

This article lists use cases for each Liferay entity. The use case tables have three columns:

  • Related entity: the entity attached/related to the table’s main entity. For example, in the Web Content Article (main entity) table, an attached entity could be a structure.
  • Action performed: the type of modification completed on the related entity.
  • How does Staging handle this?: how the Staging framework handles the action performed.

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Application Display Template (ADT)

The following table describes how entities characterized by an ADT are handled by the Staging framework.

The related entities that apply to this table are listed below:

  • Asset Publisher
  • Blogs
  • Breadcrumb
  • Categories Navigation
  • Documents and Media
  • Language Selector
  • Navigation
  • RSS Publisher
  • Site Map
  • Tags Navigation
  • Wiki

Asset Resources

The following table describes how asset tags and asset categories are handled by the Staging framework.

Asset Publisher

The following table describes how entities that are displayed by the Asset Publisher (AP) are handled on the staged and live sites during the Staging process.

The related entities that apply to this table are listed below:

  • Blog entry
  • Bookmark
  • Calendar event
  • Calendar resource
  • Knowledge Base article
  • Documents and Media entities
    • Basic Document
    • Contract
    • Marketing Banner
    • Online Training
    • Sales Presentation

Audience Targeting

The sections below describe how Staging handles a specific Audience Targeting entity and the various actions that can be performed on its attached/related entities.

User Segment

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to an Audience Targeting user segment are handled during the Staging process.

Campaign

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to an Audience Targeting campaign are handled during the Staging process.

Blogs

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to Blogs are handled by the Staging framework.

Bookmarks

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to Bookmarks are handled by the Staging framework.

Calendar

The sections below describe how Staging handles a specific Calendar entity and the various actions that can be performed on its attached/related entities.

Calendar Instance

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a Calendar instance are handled during the Staging process.

Calendar Booking

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a Calendar booking are handled during the Staging process.

Calendar Notification Template

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a Calendar notification template are handled during the Staging process.

DDL

The sections below describe how Staging handles a specific DDL entity and the various actions that can be performed on its attached/related entities. For more information on DDLs, see the Creating Data Lists article.

DDL Record

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a DDL record are handled during the Staging process.

DDL Record Version

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a DDL record version are handled during the Staging process.

DDL Record Set

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a DDL record set are handled during the Staging process.

Forms

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a DDL record set are handled during the Staging process.

DDM Structures and Templates

The sections below describe how Staging handles DDM structures and templates and the various actions that can be performed on its attached/related entities. DDM structures and templates are typically used with web content. Visit the Web Content section for additional information on how Staging handles these entities when attached to web content.

DDM Structure

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a DDM structure are handled during the Staging process.

DDM Template

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a DDM template are handled during the Staging process.

Document Library

The section below describes how Staging handles a specific document library (DL) entity and the various actions that can be performed on its attached/related entities.

Polls

The sections below describe how Staging handles a specific polls entity and the various actions that can be performed on its attached/related entities.

Polls Choice

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a Polls choice are handled during the Staging process.

Polls Vote

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a Polls vote are handled during the Staging process.

Site Administration

The following table describes how entities that are hosted in Liferay DXP’s Site Administration menu are handled by the Staging framework.

Web Content

The sections below describe how Staging handles a specific web content entity and the various actions that can be performed on its attached/related entities.

Web Content Article

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a web content (WC) article are handled during the Staging process.

Web Content Folder

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a web content (WC) folder are handled during the Staging process.

Web Content Feed

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to a web content (WC) feed are handled during the Staging process.

Wiki

The following table describes how entities that are attached/related to Wikis are handled by the Staging framework.

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