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In a production environment, content updates are done on a regular basis. However, other instances like Development and Testing get out of sync when it comes to content. Developers or Testers with no administrative access to production have to rely on administrators or other team members to get these updates in the respective lower environments. In this article, I will discuss one of the approaches which will help non-administrative users to overcome this scenario...


Sitecore Powershell gives the flexibility to run Powershell scripts from the Sitecore context. With this power we have the ability to extending Sitecore Powershell to create custom commandlet. Custom Commandlets give you the ability to call .Net code from Sitecore Powershell.


Recently, I got a requirement from one of my clients to improve the content migration to different Sitecore environments. In this article, I will discuss my experience on how to leverage the awesomeness of Sitecore and PowerShell to make this process easy. Create Anti-Package, Install the Package and Publish the items listed in the package


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