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I am making a webshop for a customer who has a lot of data.
He has about 8000 categories and 15000 products in his old database and he is asking if the categories can be in the "Content" menu instead of a custom tree.
So what are the pros and cons for having the categories in "Content" or custom tree?
These numbers look like totally fine by Umbraco, the server power should be suitable and code well written then it will work.
Thanks... I will try and see what the result will be.
How are you? Do you have something to share with our awesome community?
I never got time to try it... But it is on my bucketlist :D
Awesome, and share what the result with the community.
I have some test project that we did in the past for check Umbraco with the big number of pages
you can see it here - http://magazine2.uteam-dev.com/
we generate 2 pages every 30 minutes in each category
(it was stopped for some time, now I renew it again)
Now we have about 27.000 pages in category
Thanks, Yakov, awesome experiment, it looks like it runs good.
Can you provide screenshots for the Backoffice of this project, I am curious to see the structure you used.
Also can you mention what methods you you used in listing large amount of news for a certain category ?
This is a very simple structure
and articles are under the category
we archive old articles and use examine to show all articles on the site
this POC was on v7 now we do it on v8
Thanks Yakov !
I think, this the ideal structure, for this situation
But I am wondering what will you do if a news item goes under two categories ?
We solve it with tags
You can put all artilces in one folder (Artilces) and tag it with multiple tags
Can you provide an example of how you used examine search to show articles for a specific tag ?
Also an example for listing news for a specific category?
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