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Tridion's Content Management Explorer contains an extension point which allows extending the User Interface. This framework is called the GUI Extensions API (internally known as Anguilla). The framework is written in Javascript and allows .NET web applications and services to back the Javascript front end.

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The validator was working when I last checked, it uses regular expressions mostly. There's a dedicated "behavior" for "max length" validation. On top of the script there are a few validations defined …
answered Dec 7 '15 by Jaime Santos Alcón
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I think you need to load the item in question too. For example, if you do a "where used" in an item, call the load method item.load(true), in the same way you do for the list (in my previous post). Yo …
answered Dec 6 '13 by Jaime Santos Alcón
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Indeed the _isEnabled and _isAvailable method are not meant to be used to evaluate complex logic, rather for data evaluation which is already loaded, such as the item type, organizational item, etc... …
answered Oct 11 '13 by Jaime Santos Alcón
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I just modified your function a little bit as follows: function ShowWhereUsed(itemUri, itemTypes, basedOnSchemas){ // Begin Where Used //Get the item: var item = $models.getItem(itemUri); //Define …
answered Dec 5 '13 by Jaime Santos Alcón
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Robert, You got it almost right... The way you can get the "where used" list is as follows: //Get the item: $item = $models.getItem("tcm:27-2899"); //Define a filter: $filter = new Tridion.Content …
answered Dec 4 '13 by Jaime Santos Alcón
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I've done some research (and quick implementation) and this is what you'll need (Download Link Below): Copy and unzip the sample somewhere in the (tridion) server. Register The UI Extension (TRIDION …
answered Oct 7 '13 by Jaime Santos Alcón
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Within the SiteEdit editor, there's no such control as a field builder, but rather a set of Component Presentations and Fields, if you wan to set a value in an existing SiteEdit field (I guess within …
answered Oct 12 '13 by Jaime Santos Alcón