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A fully implemented insite editorial environment(Experience Manager) Mobile support Digital Media Management for audio, video and images Experience Optimization including testing, targeting & personalization Standardized content & components for navigation, lists,carousels & more Search using Apache Solr or Amazon Cloud Search External Content Libraries to unlock external content repositories

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In order to check-in/out a Component (or any other item) you need to be be in the proper Publication. The check-in/out can be performed only in the parent Publication, Primary Blueprint Parent if the …
answered Feb 28 by Atila Sos
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You cannot assign multiple parameter schemas to a single TBB. Not really sure if there is an ideal solution for your case, ideal implying that there are no downsides. That said, you could use an "alt …
answered Feb 4 by Atila Sos
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I would imagine insert was there earlier and drag and drop was an improvement at one point for better user experience, or they could have been both added from the beginning, not sure. Nowadays most so …
answered Mar 20 '18 by Atila Sos
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You can establish a Core Service connection from Powershell to the CM and then use the Core Service API to perform the desired action. Just one question though, why do you need to remove schema field …
answered Apr 12 '17 by Atila Sos
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Deprecated, in general, means that something will work, but it's an outdated feature/module/functionality which will be dropped in one of the future releases. Definition of deprecated here. In other …
answered Dec 13 '18 by Atila Sos
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Clicking the Show items to publish button in the publish dialog will trigger all the related resolvers and show you the list of resolved items. The same thing (triggering of all the resolvers) happens …
answered Jan 31 by Atila Sos
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Take a look at the following, Purging finished publish transactions This allows you to delete success or failed transactions, you can even define how old the transactions need to be in order to be pr …
answered Apr 5 by Atila Sos
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Yeah, this indeed does sound like a browser update caused issue and as such, the best course of action would be to contact SDL support to ask for a hotfix. Even if there isn't one at the moment, you c …
answered Jul 25 '18 by Atila Sos
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This can happen if you manually copy the url of an edit window of a Component, or any other item for that matter, (the full url including the CME address, query string) and do a Save and Close. Since …
answered Mar 25 by Atila Sos
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Yes, the mechanism does exist and it's called Data Extenders. By using them you can include additional columns in the CME list views (among other things). Just have in mind that they do have an impact …
answered Aug 2 '18 by Atila Sos
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Structure Groups by definition affect the url of the containing Pages, so to put it simply, no. If it's just for logical grouping then you can explore Bundles as they're just a container for items (th …
answered Jul 9 '18 by Atila Sos
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In these kinds of situations when I don't know what Tridion expects from me, ie. various namespaces, escaped/non-escaped content, etc., what I usually do is create a Component manually and fill out th …
answered May 17 by Atila Sos
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I've read somewhere (on multiple occasions) that when in TOM.NET you should never initiate the Session object on your own, rather you should reuse the existing one. For example in Templating this is d …
answered Mar 8 '18 by Atila Sos
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We use Azure hosted servers all the time, including installing, and there aren't any main differences compared to "regular" installations, especially if you're doing a one-box setup. The prerequisites …
answered Oct 19 '18 by Atila Sos
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Short answer: it is the preferred way, yes. Longer answer: For unpublish you can only use the ITransportHandler. For publish you can use both the RenderedItem.AddInstruction and ITransportHandler, …
answered Dec 21 '18 by Atila Sos

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