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Hi All
One Question regarding deployment of websites having frequently changing web pages. There are websites like news channel websites which require frequent changes in web pages.
My question is how they do the changes so quickly and more importantly deploy it so quickly.
Thanks in advance
 
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chets patel wrote:Hi All
One Question regarding deployment of websites having frequently changing web pages. There are websites like news channel websites which require frequent changes in web pages.
My question is how they do the changes so quickly and more importantly deploy it so quickly.
Thanks in advance


Those changes are typically not in web pages. Those pages are dynamically generated from data in database(s). They always has template pages which are filled by dynamic content from DB.

For general information, if you want some static content to be updated (not so frequently) without bringing the server down, it is supported by many app servers (like WAS). It's called hot deployment.
 
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A bit of more clarification....you mean to say all the news channel store thier news in database.
I was under impression that they create the links manually and link it to details news page.

Thanks for your reply.
 
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chets patel wrote:A bit of more clarification....you mean to say all the news channel store thier news in database.
I was under impression that they create the links manually and link it to details news page.

Thanks for your reply.


Thats whats the power of latest news portals

They are having admin interfaces(webpages ) through which they can post news to diffrent categories depending upon the importance of the news and categories ....the info will be saved to the diffrent tables in the database ...

and the user interface to the end user will be always have some portions to show latest news like that or may in the main content are ... and the data from db server will be fetched frm the user interface generating languages such as jsp,servlets asp,php etc and will be displayed on the user side ....

thats how it works .....
 
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Thanks very much for clarification....
 
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If you think about it, it's not very different from how these forums work. Every new post or topic has a new link, that doesn't mean we restart/redeploy the application on every post. It's handled similar to what vijin mentioned.
 
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