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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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Yes, I think that is the one, indeed (blame MS for using such a non-descriptive name; why not "Update 1" or so?). Without the Windows Update, the SDL Web 8.5 installer will fail when trying to instal …
answered Jan 24 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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HTTP/2 is fully backwards compatible and transparent to application code. So: both SDL Web UI and DXA Web Applications should work with HTTP/2 as long as the browser and web server supports it. Howe …
answered May 12 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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It's 255 characters (out of the top of my head) but the constraint is configurable in cm_xml_usr.xsd. There is a hard limit in the database: 255 characters for MSSQL and (IIRC) 510 UTF-8 encoded byte …
answered Jan 27 '17 by Rick Pannekoek
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I think the current logic regarding where the Insert button inserts is a bit dubious and that may be the reason why the documentation recommends to not use it if you have Regions on the Page. However …
answered Mar 20 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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The error occurs in the LegacyEventAdapter, which is used to trigger legacy, TOM/COM-based event handlers. If you don’t such legacy event handlers, you can disable/remove this LegacyEventAdapter in t …
answered Apr 23 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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You can use the Core Service API to programatically modify the Publications.
answered May 3 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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It seems that the InheritMetadataPageModelBuilder does go “up the tree” to collect SG metadata, but it may be in a different way than you expect: it collects SG metadata for ancestor SGs until it find …
answered Oct 3 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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In a scaled out deployment, the publisher service typically runs on a different server than the CME. If you installed/configured your custom resolver on the CME server, but not on the publisher serve …
answered Feb 1 by Rick Pannekoek
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There are multiple use cases for specifying multiple Base URLs on a Website in Topology Manager: DNS name vs IP address DNS name vs “localhost” Internal vs external DNS name HTTPS vs HTTP More (?) …
answered Feb 5 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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The two use cases you mentioned are the only ones that spring to my mind for OOTB functionality. Note that both use cases are about Experience Manager support (the main reason why DXA publishes this s …
answered Jun 26 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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As can be seen in the Stack Trace, accessing the WebDavUrl property triggers a load of the Component (this is expected), but you don’t get through the security check. In order to read/load a Componen …
answered Sep 22 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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For most use cases, access to the Core Service’s net.tcp endpoints is done from the same machine. For example, the CME back-end typically connects to the Core Service’s net.tcp endpoints on net.tcp:// …
answered Feb 28 by Rick Pannekoek
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If you are using the SSO integration, you must specify a User Name Qualifier and that is why you cannot leave it empty in the configuration. These SSO settings are used by the SsoAgentModule. If you …
answered Feb 8 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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The error says that you cannot change a Topology Type if you already have Topologies of that Type (regardless if you published items or not). If you delete the Topology with ID ‘DevTopology’ (and any …
answered May 8 by Rick Pannekoek
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The problem seems to be in the way your Load Balancing works versus your Topology Manager Website registration. I assume the original request is destined for the Load Balancer's IP address (10.40.5.2 …
answered May 23 '18 by Rick Pannekoek

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