Change management in Sharepoint

Posted on 2011-10-26
Last Modified: 2012-06-22
I am quite new to Sharepoint and have a basic quesiton about change management. I would like a system landscape with one development-system and one production-system. Is it possible to set up Sharepoint so that all changes is done/tested in the development-system and then moved into the production-system in a controlled manner? Only the changes should be moved, not complete sites/site collections.
Question by:thoree

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    Forgot to say: I am running Sharepoint 2010 Foundation
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    With foundation you don't have any publishing capapbility.
    What types of changes are you planning to make? Features in code, creating lists, workflows?

    Code items you can move across. You can write code for list definitions and re-create them on the new site.
    There are lots of different options depending upon what you are trying to do.


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