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How to check if my instance uses Component Library?

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Hi Crownpeak,

How can I see if my instance uses Component Library? 

Thanks! 

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EdwardChan
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Re: How to check if my instance uses Component Library?

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Generally speaking, if your instance uses the Component Library, you should see a "Component Library" folder within the project associated with your site. This "Component Library" folder will include the following subfolders:

Component Definitions

Layout Definitions

Nav Wrapper Definitions

Template Definitions

 

Additionally, within the Project's Library folder, you'll see a lot of files prefixed with "Components_". Each Component you create in the Components Definition folder will have an associated Library file. So for example, if you created a component named "XYZ", you'll see the following files in the Library folder.

 

Components_XYZ.cs

Components_XYZBase.cs

 

For more information about the Component Library see:

https://community.crownpeak.com/t5/Developing-in-the-CMS/Introduction-to-Component-Library/ta-p/1185

https://developer.crownpeak.com/Documentation/BestPractices/Component-Library/Component-Library.html

 

 

 

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EdwardChan
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Re: How to check if my instance uses Component Library?

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Generally speaking, if your instance uses the Component Library, you should see a "Component Library" folder within the project associated with your site. This "Component Library" folder will include the following subfolders:

Component Definitions

Layout Definitions

Nav Wrapper Definitions

Template Definitions

 

Additionally, within the Project's Library folder, you'll see a lot of files prefixed with "Components_". Each Component you create in the Components Definition folder will have an associated Library file. So for example, if you created a component named "XYZ", you'll see the following files in the Library folder.

 

Components_XYZ.cs

Components_XYZBase.cs

 

For more information about the Component Library see:

https://community.crownpeak.com/t5/Developing-in-the-CMS/Introduction-to-Component-Library/ta-p/1185

https://developer.crownpeak.com/Documentation/BestPractices/Component-Library/Component-Library.html

 

 

 

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Sr Product Consultant

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## Have thoughts on Crownpeak products? We'd love to hear them. Speak with the Crownpeak Product Team..

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