Four Troubleshooting Tactics to Solve Real-World Problems on the Content Management Platform
For enterprises using the open source Drupal platform, it can often be difficult to determine the source of a problem with a corporate or internal website. There are many potential causes for website issues, and in many cases, the problem has nothing to do with the source code. Errors could be brought on by problems with application configuration, system caching, a faulty custom module, or any number of other possibilities.
When something goes wrong with a website, it’s important to avoid the temptation to rush into action. To start, enterprises should undergo an intensive process to determine what the problem is and create a custom solution to restore the site’s functionality as quickly as possible. This white paper will discuss the steps involved in resolving site problems on the Drupal content management platform.