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The SDL Tridion Core Service (added in Tridion 2011) is a WCF-based webservice that can be used to interact with all Content Manager objects. It is the preferred (and recommended) API for 3rd party tools that integrate any functionality with the Content Manager.

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As per my answer in this previous question, "Where Used" is your friend. client.GetList(publicationId, new UsingItemsFilterData()); gives you a list of items which "use" the publication, i.e. it's …
answered Mar 21 '15 by David Forster
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I think this is because the API version is indeed matched to the version number of Tridion. The CoreService2011, 2012, 2013 etc endpoints are more like a Contract (in other words, the code running th …
answered Jul 23 '15 by David Forster
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The CME uses Core Service, so if you can see something in the CME you can definitely get that information from Core Service directly (assuming you are on 2013 or later, but this is also mostly true fo …
answered Jul 15 '15 by David Forster
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Have you changed the original component's schema's fieldname at some point after it was created? Components are not updated field name changes, mandatory data etc. when you change their schema. The C …
answered Jul 24 '15 by David Forster
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It's 9. The list in your code does not look quite right. The TOM.NET and Core Service API documentation lists them as follows: Up to and including 7 (Warning) these also match the old TOM's TDSDef …
answered Oct 27 '15 by David Forster
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"Where Used" is your friend here. client.GetList(publicationId, new UsingItemsFilterData()); will return you a list of items which "use" the publication, i.e. it's children. The list will include …
answered Mar 21 '15 by David Forster
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To elaborate on Rob's answer, the code to add to yours would be something like: SchemaFieldsData schemaFieldsData = Client.ReadSchemaFields(txtSchTCMURI, true, null); foreach (var schemaField in sch …
answered May 17 '17 by David Forster
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I don't think so. I think RemovePublishStates was added in Web 8 to support backup/restoration and subsequent synchronisation between the CM and broker databases. 2013 SP1's API just allows you to dec …
answered Nov 15 '16 by David Forster
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Are you escaping your WebDAV URLs correctly? Try loading your folder by ID and checking it's locationInfo.WebDavUrl property to make sure you are. e.g: //created a test folder named "testfolderwith/ …
answered Jan 4 '17 by David Forster
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Nothing out of the box. I believe that your proposed solution of creating some middle-ware which provides an API to WordPress and then uses Core Service to create content in Tridion is a good one. D …
answered Jul 10 '17 by David Forster
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Tridion does not handle authentication itself, so there is no login page, no passwords stored in the database etc. Tridion accepts pre-authenticated users passed to it from other authentication mecha …
answered Sep 22 '13 by David Forster
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I can confirm that the WebDAV URL given for a Process Definition is just /webdav/<Escaped Process Definition Title> and that trying to read a Process Definition by that URL reports "No items found". …
answered Jun 5 '14 by David Forster
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I'm sure that Episerver has some form of content retrieval API, so you could pull content via that and then use the Core Service API to create the same (or similar) content in SDL Web, once you've cre …
answered Apr 24 '17 by David Forster
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Have you tried increasing the SendTimeout of your local (client side) binding, rather than the setting you found on the server? Default is 1 minute, which would seem to match your exception. Code & XM …
answered Dec 21 '16 by David Forster
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You can of course get the PublishTransactionData object from Core Service, but for your use case I don't think it will provide you with any additional useful information. As Andrey says, you'll want …
answered Oct 1 '15 by David Forster

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