OpenCms Publishing simplified with the publish queue

Publish queue views by a user with role
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The publish queue optimizes the publish process in OpenCms by eliminating the waiting time for a publish job to be finished like in previous OpenCms versions.

It's not necessary anymore to track down each publish job and wait for it to be finished before being able to continue working with OpenCms.

A configurable number of last publish processes (100 by default) can be viewed in detail, and publish jobs waiting to be executed are listed in the queue for each user.

Detailed report output

Detailed report output of a publish process
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Users with the role "Root administrator" are able to see all publish processes of the system and can remove publish jobs waiting to be executed from the queue.

The detailed publish report of each process can be viewed to check which resources were successfully published.

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