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Schemas are used to define the structure of content.

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Tridion doesn't have 'page links' it uses component links. This makes sense if you think about how you separate the components (content) and structure (pages) in different publications. you link / r …
answered May 1 '13 by johnwinter
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One solution could be to use event system to parse out the component links entered into the field and check if the links are created using an allowed schema, here would be the steps: 1) on save - check … rtf field for component links 2) for each component link check the schema used 3) custom logic - check the rule of schema / link is allowed 4) warn / or allow saving Note: This solution is more aimed …
answered Oct 21 '13 by johnwinter
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You may also localize a schema to apply a different workflow. You can't localize a schema to add new fields or change the structure of it. This is by design in the CMS. … Imagine if a user accidentally unlocalized this schema, the content stored against it would not be valid. I'd recommend creating an additional schema for your local content type. …
answered Jun 7 '13 by johnwinter
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Another option would be to temporally roll forward the schema to the current version so that you can use SchemaFieldsData, then when you've finished delete the version. …
answered Jun 17 '14 by johnwinter
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I'm able to know the naming rules of the schema field so that I can really pump out dwt without having to keep checking the names of the schema / component XML. …
answered Nov 15 '13 by johnwinter
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A late answer, but there is now an Alchemy tool to automate this process: https://www.alchemywebstore.com/plugins/Component-Synchronizer
answered Nov 2 '17 by johnwinter
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I'm afraid there's no ootb, default way to join the two fields together say for example in your first drop down you select 'Country', then your second 'City' would validate that the information makes …
answered Aug 5 '13 by johnwinter