Recently, I was working on a Sitecore implementation that has 3 publishing targets: “staging”, “web1”, “web2”. As the number of items in that site goes beyond the millions due to the number of languages and versions, we decided to install Sitecore Publishing Service. Among all the items, one specific page
Publishing Service enables you to schedule tasks through the task scheduler. It comes with the PublishTask and PublishJobCleanUpTask default tasks. The good news is that we can create custom scheduled tasks as well. In this post, we are going to create a scheduled publishing task which on a given Interval
Sitecore Publishing Service replaces the existing Sitecore publishing methods with a faster, reliable and user-friendly solution. It reduces the amount of time spent publishing large volumes of items and provides better visual feedback to the user. It was released for Sitecore 8.2 and is also available for Sitecore 9.
The Publishing Service is a module that replaces Sitecore publishing functionality. This module increases the speed for publishing large volumes of items and improves the user experience. As the Publishing Service runs on a separate process to the Sitecore CM instance, it contains its own logging file located at the