Category Archives: Sitecore 6

Sitecore publish certain items on save

My Sitecore solution have some items, where changes to certain fields are so critical that they need to be published immediately. So when my user presses the Save button, I will open a popup dialog, asking if I should publish … Continue reading

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Which of my old Sitecore posts are still valid in Sitecore 9?

I have been writing Sitecore blog posts since April 2006. The first ones were for Sitecore 4.2. Now, 13 years later, some of the old posts are still valid, while others are obsolete as the Sitecore API have changed. But … Continue reading

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Sitecore CTRL+S fires item:saving event twice

If you have ever tried to implement your own Sitecore item:saving or item:saved event handlers, or have tried to extend the SaveUI pipeline, you might have noticed that the events gets fired twice if you click [CTRL]+[S], but only once … Continue reading

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IdentityServer use IdentityModel to get user token and user info

Using IdentityServer have been made easier with the IdentityModel helper library. The library implements extension methods that maps the input and output to classes. GET ACCESS TOKEN: Use the PasswordTokenRequest and RequestPasswordTokenAsync to get the access token. replace your_domain, your_clientid … Continue reading

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Sitecore logging – Create new log file every day

Sitecore have since forever used Log4Net as it’s logging platform. Log4Net is nicely extensible and can be configured to log in many ways. As per default, Sitecore is configured to start writing to a new log file every time Sitecore … Continue reading

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Sitecore remove “Job started” and “Job ended” from log files

In large Sitecore installations with many background tasks you will find the following log lines over and over again: ManagedPoolThread #1 10:26:05 INFO Job started: xxxxx ManagedPoolThread #5 10:26:05 INFO Job ended: xxxxx (units processed: ) This is the Sitecore … Continue reading

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Sitecore start scheduled task manually

Sitecore scheduled tasks are background tasks running on a schedule. But never when you need it, especially when developing the tasks. You can trigger these tasks manually if you please. THE EASY WAY: INSTALL SITECORE POWERSHELL The Sitecore PowerShell module … Continue reading

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Sitecore get Context from fully qualified URL

One of the basic Sitecore concepts is the concept of a context. The context is resolved from the HTTP Context to Sitecore and determines the database, language, user domain, content start item etc. The context is defined in the App_Config/Sitecore.config … Continue reading

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Sitecore Pipelines – The great walkthrough

I have previously stated my enthusiasm for the Sitecore Pipeline concept. This article describes how to create your own, how to add parameters, and which properties to use. WHAT IS A SITECORE PIPELINE? It is best described as a simple … Continue reading

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Sitecore delete old item versions

Are your Sitecore editors version-trigger-happy? Is your master database items drowning in old versions that will never be used – or is just exact replicas of the previous version? Fear not, you can in fact – with a little bit … Continue reading

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