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davebarnes97 committed Feb 23, 2022
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```
{geode-site}/docs/guide/XY
```
where `XY` is the product version of your documentation (e.g., `{geode-site}/website/content/docs/guide/17` if you are publishing the documentation for Apache Geode 1.7). So, if your current working directory is the top level of `{geode-site}`, you would create the destination directory with the following command:
where `XY` is the product version of your documentation (e.g., `{geode-site}/website/content/docs/guide/17` if you are publishing the documentation for Apache Geode 1.14). So, if your current working directory is the top level of `{geode-site}`, you would create the destination directory with the following command:

```
$ mkdir -p {geode-site}/docs/guide/XY
$ mkdir -p {geode-site}/docs/guide/114
```

1. Navigate to the User Guide you have built in the Geode repository: `{geode-project-dir}/geode-book/final_app/public/docs/guide/XY`.
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$ tar xvf ~/Desktop/new-guide-content.tar
```

- Replace the entire `docs/guide/latest` directory with a copy of the latest user guide's directory. Use `tar` (rather than `cp`) to preserve the original directory's structure.

```
$ cd {geode-site}/docs/guide
$ rm -rf latest
$ mkdir latest
$ cd latest
$ (cd ../XY && tar cf - *) | (tar xf -)
```

### 3. Publish new javadocs

You should still be on the __asf-site__ branch. Copy new javadocs directly to the directory

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