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Tag Archives: Configuration
Azure App Configuration is a nifty way of storing configuration settings in the cloud, and with the live reload feature you can change the config settings and they will automatically update in your app without a need for redeploy. But … Continue reading
It is very easy to read from a custom database in your Sitecore code. STEP 1: ADD THE CONNECTIONSTRING TO CONNECTIONSTRINGS.CONFIG This is an example of a .config file that transforms the connection strings for existing Sitecore databases (like the … Continue reading
The Sitecore config files are a complex machine and it requires a healthy mind to work with it. Fortunately Sitecore have implemented a few tricks to ease our pain. This article focuses on 2 parts: global variable replacement and environment … Continue reading
Would you like to know the System Info of your current Sitecore instance: It’s fairly easy. I created an SysInfo.aspx page and dumped in into the /sitecore modules/shell folder. The page is now available on the URL <yourwebsite>/sitecore modules/shell/sysinfo.aspx. The … Continue reading
Sitecore allows you to create configuration sections in /configuration/sitecore/ that consists of hierarchies of configurations including lists, and it will even help you serialize the configuration to object instances. Observe the following real life example of a configuration I created to … Continue reading