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= Sites page =
 
= Sites page =
The <b>Sites</b> page allows you to manage sites used to test and deploy applications developed with Orion. To configure a new site, click <b>Create</b> in the tool bar. Once created, you can select one or more sites on this page and start, stop, or delete the sites, using the buttons in the toolbar.  Clicking on the site link will take you to the [[Orion/Documentation/User_Guide/Reference/Edit_Site_page|Edit Site page]] for that site. Once a site has been started, you can click the URL of the deployed site to view it.
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The <b>Sites</b> page allows you to manage sites used to test and deploy applications developed with Orion. To configure a new site, click <b>Create</b> in the tool bar. You can start or stop a site using the button in the site list.  Clicking on the site name link will take you to the [[Orion/Documentation/User_Guide/Reference/Edit_Site_page|Edit Site page]] for that site.  
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You can also work with one or more sites by selecting them and using buttons in the toolbar.  For example, you can start, stop, or delete groups of sites using this technique.
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Once a site has been started, you can click the URL of the deployed site to view and test it.
  
 
[[Image:Orion-site-config-page.png|Site configuration page]]
 
[[Image:Orion-site-config-page.png|Site configuration page]]

Revision as of 12:06, 15 October 2012

Sites page

The Sites page allows you to manage sites used to test and deploy applications developed with Orion. To configure a new site, click Create in the tool bar. You can start or stop a site using the button in the site list. Clicking on the site name link will take you to the Edit Site page for that site.

You can also work with one or more sites by selecting them and using buttons in the toolbar. For example, you can start, stop, or delete groups of sites using this technique.

Once a site has been started, you can click the URL of the deployed site to view and test it.

Site configuration page

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