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I developed a site long ago, in Umbraco 4.1. Relying on the fact that Umbraco caches all nodes in the file umbraco.config and 'queries' that for displaying the site, I designed an architecture of two mirrored websites, one with the umbraco admin capabilities (in a local network) and the other without admin in a public server.With a custom process in the 'local' website, I trggered a refresh of umbraco.config on the public server, and therefore, had control over when new changes in the site where visible to the public, like publishing in a batch from local to public.
This all worked great for all these years, but now we need to upgrade to Umbraco 6. Anyone can tell me if there's any 'internal' changes in Umbraco that could break the architecture that I describe?I'm anticipating that I will probably need to rewrite the process that triggered the refresh from server to server, as probably some things changed there, but my worry is that Umbraco might not cache data in the same way anymore, or something like that...Thanks in advance for any feedback you can give,
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