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Pages don't propagate from source to target variations

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi there,

I have an existing site that I want to convert to a multi-lingual site.

I created an English source variation, next i create another variation (Portuguese) and ran the Create Hierarchies. I used the Manage Content and Structure web interface to move my sub-sites into the English source variation folder. All the sites and pages were created, although the default page is created with the default layout and not with the layout that i create, but all my content is missing in the Root Page Library of the Portuguese variation. Any of this pages is propagated..
Can i create publishing sites for this pages from my pages library in the variation home?

Or just with some workaround that i can do that?

Cumps, Nuno.




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