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Is it possible to have more than 1 sitemap and treeview in a website?

I have a current website divided into 2 sections. Each section needs it's own
sitemap and treeview. Is it possible to have 2 different sitemaps in a
website?

Everything that I have read says you create a web.sitemap file and stick it
in your root and connect it to the treeview. I don't see anything about
needing 2 web.sitemap files and 2 trees. Thanks for your help.

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ME
I haven't tried this, but perhaps placing the second division into a
seperate folder within the site. From there configure a second web.config
file in that folder to denote your second data provider. Couldn't tell you
if it works, but its the first thing that came to my mind.

-Matt
"Andy Sutorius via DotNetMonster.com" <u9025@uwe> wrote in message
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I have a current website divided into 2 sections. Each section needs it's
own
sitemap and treeview. Is it possible to have 2 different sitemaps in a
website?

Everything that I have read says you create a web.sitemap file and stick
it
in your root and connect it to the treeview. I don't see anything about
needing 2 web.sitemap files and 2 trees. Thanks for your help.

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Feb 5 '06 #2
Andy,

Yes, you can create more than one sitemap. You specify the sitemap provider
when you create a sitemap. Just hook your second sitemap up to a second
sitemap file with a different name.

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Sincerely,

S. Justin Gengo, MCP
Web Developer / Programmer

www.aboutfortunate.com

"Out of chaos comes order."
Nietzsche
"Andy Sutorius via DotNetMonster.com" <u9025@uwe> wrote in message
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I have a current website divided into 2 sections. Each section needs it's
own
sitemap and treeview. Is it possible to have 2 different sitemaps in a
website?

Everything that I have read says you create a web.sitemap file and stick
it
in your root and connect it to the treeview. I don't see anything about
needing 2 web.sitemap files and 2 trees. Thanks for your help.

--
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Feb 5 '06 #3

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