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Versioning Configurations Across Environments

Hi Everyone,

I'm a fresh Collective Access user and I was wondering if there was any way to version over configurations, e.g. the structure of menus, objects, etc... across all environments (local, staging, live) by versioning them via git. I've noticed that there is an app/conf/local folder in which there are several files including app.conf. When adding these files to git and pull them into a separate environment I notice that none of the changes come into effect, notably the menu structure remains the same.

Is there any way to version and standardize configuration across all environments?

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  • Yes, it's possible to spin up another version of a configuration. You'll need to include all the configuration files (those in /app/conf/local as well as any printTemplates, messages files for translations, etc.), any themes and/or graphics (if relevant, themes are not frequently customized for Providence) and the installation profile.

    Are all of these elements included in your new environment? Have all of the local configuration files been pulled over?

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