Publishing Service enables you to schedule tasks through the task scheduler. It comes with the PublishTask and PublishJobCleanUpTask default tasks. The good news is that we can create custom scheduled tasks as well.
In this post, we are going to create a scheduled publishing task which on a given Interval queues a new publish job.
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The task scheduler is a service that manages the creation of tasks at startup as well as enabling the addition and execution of tasks at runtime. Publishing Service comes with some default scheduled tasks. These tasks are contained in the (PublishServiceInstallationPath)\config\sitecore\sc.publishing.tasks.xml configuration file.
Sitecore Publishing Service replaces the existing Sitecore publishing methods with a faster, reliable and user-friendly solution. It reduces the amount of time spent publishing large volumes of items and provides better visual feedback to the user. It was released for Sitecore 8.2 and is also available for Sitecore 9.
In this post, I am going to write about the publishEndResultBatch pipeline. An event pipeline that Sitecore starts after Sitecore Publishing Service finishes publishing each batch of items.
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When creating a custom submit action in Sitecore Forms, all you need to do is to inherit the SubmitActionBase base class and override the Execute method, right? Wrong!
In this article, I want to share some gotchas when creating a custom submit action in the Sitecore Experience Forms.
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In this blog post, I will talk about two approaches on how to make Sitecore Forms more secure. First I will cover the encryption of data at rest (data storage) by enabling Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) on SQL Server. Then I will walk you through on how to encrypt data stored by Forms in SQL databases.
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Sometimes I feel as if computers get emotional. I mean, they get angry and start messing with your work. Also, they start breaking things that weren’t supposed to break. This week, my computer decided to break one of the Solr indexes used by a Sitecore 9 installation.
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You have probably heard about the new Sitecore Forms, announced in the Sitecore Symposium 2017 and available at the Sitecore Experience Platform 9.0 Initial Release. Now, there is a question that comes to mind. Is it time to migrate your WFFM forms to Sitecore Forms?
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