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Publishing workflow

The graphic below outlines the fundamentals of the publishing work flow.publishing-worflow.jpg

For authors

Any new pages, content edits or content restores made by an author will be submitted to their publisher for approval.

Once approved, these changes are then queued to be synchronised.

New or updated (using the overwrite feature) library items are not subjected to the approval process, and will be directly queued for synchronisation.

See Author and Publisher Responsibilities for more information.

For Publishers

Any activity that a publisher performs (new pages, content edits,content restores, new or updated library items, approvals from editor) will be directly queued for synchronisation.

See Author and Publisher Responsibilities for more information.

The Synchronise process

When you are making changes to the CMS you will always be working on webedit.rch.org.au. You will not be working on the "live" website.

We have a synchronisation process that applies updates to the live servers on an automated hourly schedule.

Any changes queued for synchronisation will be automatically synchronisation from webedit.rch.org.au to www.rch.org.au at the top of each hour.

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