Continuing with my series of blogs describing what each line in the Sitecore logs mean, today I want to talk about Caches and XML Configuration load.
In this post, we are still examining the log file. In future posts, we will explore Client, Crawling, Eds, Exm, Fxm, Search, Publishing, Aggregation and WebDAV logs. Phew… sounds like a lot of work.
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Sitecore Forms comes with an out-of-the-box dropdown list field that allows you to choose between a static or a dynamic data source. In today’s blog post I am sharing a simple way to create a custom dropdown list that displays external data from systems such as Salesforce.
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I want to start a series of blogs describing what each line in the Sitecore logs mean. I am basing my research on the log information extracted from Sitecore 9.1 Update-1 with the log priority level set to “INFO”.
Let’s start with the log file.
Continue reading “Understanding Sitecore logs – Part 1: xDB, Tracking, License, Path Analyzer and Memory Monitor”
The scope of this post is to walk you through a detailed process of how to create a custom Form element. You can achieve the same by following the Walkthrough: Creating a custom form element page. However, I want to share a step by step process with some extra explanations and tips.
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Recently, I was working on a Sitecore implementation that has 3 publishing targets: “staging”, “web1”, “web2”. As the number of items in that site goes beyond the millions due to the number of languages and versions, we decided to install Sitecore Publishing Service. Among all the items, one specific page was never published to “web1” and “web2”. After some time, I figured out why.
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Sitecore Forms enables you to easily create forms by dragging and dropping fields. It also supports Bootstrap. However, if you want to use Bootstrap framework, you must follow a set of steps to add the proper wrapper and classes around each field. Needless to say, this approach is not user friendly at all.
In this post, I share with you a custom processor that automatically wraps fields and adds the proper classes to each input and label.
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Recently, I had restored a “production” backup of the master and core databases from a Sitecore 9.0 Update-1 instance to my local SQL server installation. After that, the Sitecore log started filling up with the exception:
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Sitecore.XConnect.XdbSearchUnavailableException Message: The HTTP response was not successful: InternalServerError.