Tag Archives: Sitecore

Sitecore Display Name not Shown

My display names went missing from Sitecore. But only in my development environment, not the test or production environment. Some googling lead me to this article from Stackexchange, but my database were in good condition. It turns out, that even … Continue reading

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Sitecore and WebApi

So you have some legacy WebApi code that needs to run in your Sitecore solution? Or are just just a WebApi expert and need to use your favorite tool in the toolbox? Fear not, WebApi will run fine in your … Continue reading

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Sitecore open internal links in new window

Frequent users of Sitecore have already noticed that the “Insert Sitecore Link” dialog does not have a target selector: Yes it’s true, if you wish to open an internal link in a new windows, it’s a 2 step process. First … Continue reading

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Sitecore install local SSL certificate for shared xConnect SOLR server

In Sitecore 9, the SOLR connection is secure by default. The effect is that if your development environment includes a shared SOLR server, your local IIS requires a SSL certificate issued for that server, even when your local site does … Continue reading

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Sitecore – what is the hash property in the image query string?

Have you also wondered why Sitecore adds a “hash=” property to the image query string? https://yourwebsite.com/-/media/image.jpg?w=200&hash=A1FFA19B634EDF53A3AB3B757887E671F1C452A0 The hash key will protect your images from being scaled by others than your own server. The image above will only render if the … Continue reading

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Sitecore 9 Configuration not available on Dependency Injection – LockRecursionException: Recursive upgradeable lock acquisitions not allowed in this mode

Form Sitecore 8.2, Sitecore have implemented Dependency Injection for their own classes. Sitecore uses Microsoft’s Dependency Injection library. Sitecore uses dependency injection to inject many things, including configurations. Therefore, you cannot access configuration before after your code have been injected. … Continue reading

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Sitecore Object of type ‘System.Runtime.Serialization.TypeLoadExceptionHolder’ cannot be converted to type ‘Sitecore.Analytics.Model.Framework.IFacet’.

When deleting or refactoring Sitecore Contact Facets, and when using a Shared Session Manager, this error can exhaust your solution to the point where the IIS recycles: ERROR Error executing the session end callback. Id: dd7b0466-af93-4130-a388-9e9eca9c0839 Exception: System.ArgumentException Message: Object … Continue reading

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In Sitecore 9, the ProxyDisabler have been retired completely

Sitecore have finally retired the ProxyDisabler in Sitecore 9. Proxy items were the early version of item cloning and were deprecated in Sitecore 6. And now the ProxyDisabler have been removed. There are no replacement. All you need to do … Continue reading

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Sitecore 9 Tracker.Current.Session.Identify is replaced with Tracker.Current.Session.IdentifyAs

In Sitecore 9, Sitecore have decided to change how you identify named users, i.e. how you match a Contact with a user that is logged into your website. The  Tracker.Current.Session.Identify method is obsolete. It has been replaced with Tracker.Current.Session.IdentifyAs: The IdentifyAs() … Continue reading

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Sitecore Paging SOLR Responses

When querying Sitecore items from the SOLR index, you do not need to get all items in one go. In fact, the default SOLR implementation will stop at 5000 returned items, so for large queries, you need to use the … Continue reading

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