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CQ web site configuration settings needs to be schema specific
In cqweb, we have site administration settings, that allow us to set various options including security options, application options, webserver options. report, email etc.
In a server where we have multiple schema, these settings are common for all schema. Though we update these by logging in to one particular schema, the changes are reflected to other schema as well.
Instead of common values across all schemas, we should be able to set these values for each schema.
1. In site administration -> configuration -> Application options -> Allow mutlirecord update Groups, if we change from default to everyone to specific group , this changes are reflected to other schema site configurations in same server.
2. In site administration -> cross-server communication There is an option to add friendship connections to different URL. Here the friendship added in one schema is reflected in other schema of same server
For example I add multiple schemas (Development, Approval & Production) to a same server and I want to configure the site admin settings differently for each environment, but this is not possible currently.
Other scenario would be setting up a training environment with multiple schemas each with different settings. Rather than setting up different servers for each setting, we would like to have multiple schemas on the same training server.
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