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Hi there,

With the release of Sitecore 10.3 on December 1, 2022, Sitecore also released a new version of the ‘Sitecore Publishing Service’ and the ‘Sitecore Publishing Service Module’.

In this short blogpost I wanted to let you that the open-source project ‘SIF scripts for Sitecore to autoinstall the Sitecore Publishing Service (SPS) and the corresponding Publishing Module’ has been updated to support not only the latest version of the Sitecore 10.3, but also has been updated to support the previous version of Sitecore 10.2.

The Sitecore Publishing Service is an opt-in module providing an alternative to the default Sitecore publishing mechanism focusing on increased performance by doing operations in bulk.

When Sitecore 10.2 came out, the Sitecore Publishing Service now needed to have a valid Sitecore license, besides that the Sitecore Publishing Service and corresponding module now also support the notion of resource files. The Sitecore Publishing Module default Sitecore items are now stored in resource files. Before that, default items were stored in the databases. At run time, items from the resource files and databases will now be merged into the content tree.

The latest changes now support the above changes!


See the Sitecore Publishing Service compatibility table for the various compatibility, but for 10.2 and 10.3 I’ve used the following combinations:

  • Sitecore Experience Platform 10.3.0 (December 2022) – Uses SPS 7.0.20 & Module 10.3.0
  • Sitecore Experience Platform 10.2.0 (November 2021) – Uses SPS 6.0.0 & Module 10.2.0

The latest code release can be found here:

If you haven’t used the module or you want to see how the module works, check out the video below:

Check out some previous Publishing Service blog posts to find out more:

And that’s it…

Happy Sitecore Publishing!