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This tag is for questions specific to SDL Tridion 2013 SP1. Version tags should be used **only** when necessary to provide context to the question, and not to simply state that "you are using SDL Tridion 2013 SP1" unless that information is needed.

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Obtaining a list of users from a Windows domain with many users is known to be notoriously slow (and may even lead to timeouts, which seem to be happening on your environment). A common work-around is …
answered Dec 11 '15 by Rick Pannekoek
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The transaction IDs (like tcm:0-16605-66560) are Tridion Publish Transaction IDs (representing logical publishing transactions) which don't imply transactional deployment, but the error message "This …
answered Jan 22 '15 by Rick Pannekoek
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The publish queue it essentially a list of so-called Publish Transactions and a Publish Transaction has a Creator property representing the person who performed the (un-)publish action. However, if th …
answered Mar 24 '15 by Rick Pannekoek
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In general, the Publication Type doesn't have much predefined meaning for the system itself (*); it is mainly intended to help users distinguish different purposes. Note that the list of available Pu …
answered Feb 9 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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By default, there is mo constraint on the length/size of a text field. It is technically possible to put a constraint in the Schema, but you will have to manually edit the XSD for that purpose (the Sc …
answered Jun 20 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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If you want to save an ImportInstruction object to an XML file, you just have to serialize the object to XML and save that to a file; you won’t find a method in the Import/Export Service API to do tha …
answered Mar 6 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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If you are mapping to the same View Model and using the same View, there is no way to distinguish anymore.
answered Oct 8 '15 by Rick Pannekoek
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You can enable WCF Tracing in the Core Service's config file (TcmServiceHost.exe.config or web.config depending on the Core Service endpoints which are used). These config files contain comments expl …
answered Oct 18 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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The general RepositoryLocalObject.Copy API (with associated CopyEventArgs) is intended to copy Repository Local Objects in general (incl. Keywords) within an Organizational Item or to another Organiza …
answered Feb 3 '15 by Rick Pannekoek
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I think the error is because the XML declaration claims that the encoding is UTF-16, but the actual encoding is not. XslCompiledTransform(which is used internally) has a tendency to put such an UTF-16 …
answered Apr 10 '15 by Rick Pannekoek
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Apart from the question why you would want to store XML data in a BLOB instead of in a regular/structured/XML Component, I have the following comments on your code: You are first loading the binary …
answered Apr 25 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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You might be able to achieve that using a CM Event handler for PublishTransaction Save (Initiated phase). If the Publish Transaction state is set to Failed and you recognize your error/warning messa …
answered Nov 28 '16 by Rick Pannekoek
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It is indeed taken care of when you purge your Workflow Process Histories. I don't think there is a way to purge the "snapshots" without purging the entire Process History.
answered Mar 28 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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Looks like you have configured IIS to do forms based authentication (which is not supported by Template Builder).
answered Oct 15 '15 by Rick Pannekoek
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The CM Kernel (Core Service and TOM.NET) currently don't have a facility to bulk load items in a list. As Nuno mentioned, TOM.NET has list methods that return (partially loaded) TOM.NET objects and T …
answered Jan 16 '15 by Rick Pannekoek

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