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@pentia/configuration-transformer

0.1.11 • Public • Published

configuration-transformer

configuration-transformer for transforming sitecore configuration files in a helix setup

usage

The module exports a gulp task called apply-xml-transform

import in gulpfile.js

var package = require('@pentia/configuration-transformer')

use

gulp apply-xml-transform

examples

specific environment

gulp apply-xml-transform --env debug

source file: $solutionPath\src\project\website\web.debug.config

destination file: $websiteRoot\web.config

sitecore file

gulp apply-xml-transform

source file: $solutionPath\src\project\website\App_Config\include\Sitecore.Analytics.Reporting.debug.config

destination file: $websiteRoot\App_Config\include\Sitecore.Analytics.Reporting.config

connection strings

gulp apply-xml-transform

source file: $solutionPath\src\project\website\App_Config\Connectionstrings.debug.config

destination file: $websiteRoot\App_Config\Connectionstrings.config

Note: The underlying mechanism for transforming files is the Microsoft configuration transformation : https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd465326(v=vs.110).aspx

configuration files

solution-config.json

Contains the environment specific paths for the packages to be installed to

{
    "configurationTransform": {
      "AlwaysApplyName": "always" //the name used to find files that should always be applied - ie. web.always.config
    },
    "msbuild": {
      "showError": false, //controls if errors should be shown in the output
      "showStandardOutput": false, //controls if the standard output of msbuild should be shown
      "toolsversion": 14.0, //controls the msbuild tool version
      "verbosity": "minimal" //sets the verbosity of the msbuild
    },
    "configs": [{ //is a array of the build configurations and their settings
        "name": "debug", //is the name of the configuration, this should match the name of the build configuration in visual studio
        "rootFolder": "C:\\websites\\pentia.boilerplate.local", 
        "websiteRoot": "C:\\websites\\pentia.boilerplate.local\\Website", //the path to root of the website - this is where the module will look for files to transform
        "websiteDataRoot": "C:\\websites\\pentia.boilerplate.local\\Website\\Data"
    }]
}

Visual studio

Use Slow cheetah to generate and preview the files inside visual studio. It is recommeded to have the files you are targeting in your source to help with preview functionality in slow cheetah.

install

npm i @pentia/configuration-transformer

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5

version

0.1.11

license

ISC

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repository

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