Defining Publication Resources
Whichever kind of story content type you intend to use in your publication, you will need to upload at least three publication resource files to be able to create a publication:
If you have special requirements, you might also need to upload a feature resource file (see The feature Resource).
You can get a default set of publication resources for the CUE Front demo publication from here??. These publication resources contain a small number of simple content type definitions, including both a native CUE story content type (called story) which you can use together with the default shared publication resources and an Escenic legacy story content type.
As with the shared resources in the Content Store starter pack, you can
use these publication resources as they are. If so, you can upload the
downloaded zip file to the Content Store using the
escenic-admin web application, as described in
If you want to translate the labels in the
resources before uploading them, the method is basically the same as for
the shared resources:
Unzip the publication zip file.
layout-groupresources in a text editor.
Search for <
ui:label> and <
ui:description> elements and translate their contents.
Save the edited files and zip them up again (together with the
layoutresource, which does not need editing).
Upload the modified zip file to the Content Store using the
escenic-adminweb application, as described in Update Resources.
If you want to make other changes to the
layout-group resources, or create your own from
scratch, then you will need to read the relevant sections of this manual
first (The content-type Resource and
The layout-group Resource).