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Contentstack DataSync Content Store Filesystem
Contentstack DataSync lets you sync your Contentstack data with your database, enabling you to save data locally and serve content directly from your database. It is a combination of four powerful modules that is DataSync Webhook Listener, DataSync Manager, DataSync Asset Store Filesystem, DataSync Content Store — Filesystem and MongoDB.
This module is basically a Filesystem database where the DataSync Manager stores the most recent version of content. When the DataSync Manager syncs with the Contentstack server via a listener or any other device where the content is updated, it fetches that content and places it in the filesystem.
- Node.js 8+
- Contentstack Data Sync Asset Store.
This is how the datasync-content-store-filesystem is defined in the boilerplate:
const assetStore =const contentStore =const listener =const syncManager =const config =syncManagersyncManager// Sets required asset store to sync manager.syncManagersyncManagersyncManagerstart
Here is the config table for the module:
|contentStore.baseDir||string||./_contents||Optional. The location of the file for storing the contents|
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