Continuing with my series of blogs describing what each line in the Sitecore logs mean, today I want to talk about Thread Pool Size Monitor, Rebus, Assembly Resolver, MVC Area Registration and XML Configuration Load.Continue reading “Understanding Sitecore logs – Part 5: Thread Pool Size Monitor, Rebus, Assembly Resolver, MVC Area Registration and XML Configuration Load”
In the past months, I started refactoring a legacy Sitecore solution to be Helix compliance. I admit it wasn’t easy and I had lots of issues along the way, but here’s some lessons I learned.
I believe they can help you out when you go through the same journey.Continue reading “Refactoring to Sitecore Helix”
Here I want to share some Powershell scripts that I use constantly and has proven to be useful (for me) specially if you have more than one instance of Sitecore in your machine.Continue reading “For developers: Powershell scripts that might be helpful”
Continuing with my series of blogs describing what each line in the Sitecore logs mean, today I want to talk about Heartbeat, Dump Configuration Files and Performance Counters.Continue reading “Understanding Sitecore logs – Part 4: Heartbeat, Dump Configuration Files and Performance Counters”
If you had the chance to work with Sitecore Email Experience Manager (aka EXM), you probably had to configured the connection string keys
EXM.AuthenticationKey. But do you know how important are they?
We have noticed a publishrecovery and mediaindexing folder created in the C:\App_Data\ folder. Despite deleting this folder, it was being recreated every once in a while.Continue reading “Publishrecovery and mediaindexing folders are automatically created in the C:\App_Data folder”
Sometimes, you might decide to tidy the Sitecore installation folders or you realized that you dislike the name the installation folder received.
Here’s some steps on how to move or rename your Sitecore installation foldersContinue reading “For developers: moving your Sitecore 9.x installation to another folder”
There is a specific implementation of the multi-page forms I saw around where the form is not submitted. Instead, it simply displays a “Thank you” message – without a redirect submit action.Continue reading “When multi-page forms submission are accounted as abandoned”
While preparing a new environment, we started having the following error in the logs:
Continue reading “List operation root item wasn’t found”
ERROR [ListManager]: List operation root item wasn't found
After uploading a HTML email document, you might experience a message saying “The selected page could not be displayed“. Here is a possible cause.Continue reading “EXM error: the ID “mainform” is already used by another control”