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Storage config setting for XML files to DB quesiton

We're using SDL Tridion 2011 SP1 HR1, DD4T 1.25.0.0 (.Net website with IIS) We wanted to load a (navigation) XML file from the filestore if it existed (as a debug override) and get it from the ...
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Why my web project with added x86_x64 Tridion's dlls does not work properly on my local 32bit machine?

Scenario: I have 32 bit dev-machine and 64 bit server The project's target is AnyCPU My local project works perfectly with x86 dlls from Tridion. But this requires to enable 32bit support in my ...
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How to map TridionPageProvider.PublicationId to web.config[appSettings.PublicationId]

For multi-publicational purpose I need all publications to override some items in appSettings area of the web.config file of my web application. Is there a clever way that my TridionPageProvider....
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Why does my DD4T project find more than one controller?

I created a DD4T project from scratch including ASP.NET MVC 4 website, I copied all files (lib, conf & license included) from DD4T template but when I deploy the solution there is a problem ...
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How do I resolve a 'No PageFactory configured' error in DD4T?

We decided to create a "homemade" DD4T template to have the Tridion API & an ASP.NET MVC 4 website (the current template contains contains an ASP.NET MVC 3 website) I added /lib & /config ...
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Problem with runing locally project with tridion and DD4T- unable to load dll 'xmogrt': the specified module could not be found

I have two new question about my local configurations. Now, I am trying to configure a new machine and I am facing two new problems. Scenario: 32bit local machine and 64bit server installed Java ...
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DD4T Dynamic Links weird URLs

We're using DD4T and in a view are rendering component links. The issue is that the link comes out like this: http://localhost:889/http://localhost/.... The relative path is correct, but the front ...