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Questions about the process of making the content of Content Manager items available on your Presentation Server.

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The out-of-the-box Link Resolver TBB may work with object or embed tags - I'm not sure I've ever tried it... It's worth a go though... See the documentation topic: Link Attributes and try adding a tri …
answered May 20 '16 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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I don't recall such a setting. Are you thinking of the setting which limits circular references instead perhaps? A custom resolver would be my recommendation here, as you have suggested. You could po …
answered Oct 1 '15 by David Forster
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does not supply a templated solution for re-sizing, I think it's pretty clear that they would recommend it also. If you really want to resize your images during publishing, I have previously written …
answered Oct 30 '15 by David Forster
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to ensure that you are publishing your ASCX web controls to the file system and to somewhere within your web application in order that .Net will execute them. For example: <Item typeMapping="ComponentPresentation" itemExtension=".Ascx" storageId="defaultDataFile"/> …
answered Sep 20 '13 by David Forster
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The answer you probably don't want to hear is, "Port those structure groups and pages to a separate publication!" ;)
answered Oct 1 '15 by David Forster
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The error message is explaining that one binary (29967) cannot be deployed because another binary (977) has already been deployed with an identical filename. The deployer will not allow you to overwri …
answered Feb 14 '14 by David Forster
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As far as I know, you don't get Publication Target information in the transport package. The Publication Target is simply the destination(s) to which the package is sent to by the Transport service. …
answered Apr 16 '14 by David Forster
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An editor can schedule the content generation and deployment phases of a publishing job separately in the publishing dialogue. In your example, you can complete version 8 of your page and publish it …
answered Mar 11 '14 by David Forster
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solve the problem of logging publish events. An alternative, more common, solution might be to implement an Event handler that captures and logs publishing events. …
answered Apr 16 '14 by David Forster
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This is happening because a Publisher will pick up a job off the queue and fully process it. By publishing a bundle you are creating 1 job which resolves to many items, but all those items will be … rendered by the 1 publisher. Technically, performance is not worse, but as you have introduced bundles (they didn't exist before) your use case has changed and the publishing configuration is not …
answered Jul 20 '15 by David Forster
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As you probably expect, the CM side error is a 'knock-on' effect of the deployer error. It simply tried to contact the deployer too many times after it died and gave up. As for deployer error, clearl …
answered Aug 19 '15 by David Forster
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Templates are read-only unless you change the CM configuration. Do you have a separate publisher? Have you changed the configuration on that system? Just noticed the "Cloud" part - As Bart mentions, …
answered Nov 10 '16 by David Forster
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. can all change significantly. You could try a slightly more pragmatic approach and figure out what an average page and/or component produces in terms of package size, then somehow warn the user that publishing may exceed the limit? …
answered Jul 16 '15 by David Forster
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access. You could, for example, publish just your Component and it will be rendered using just your Dynamic Component Template and sent to the Deployer. No Page will be rendered. If you are publishing
answered Nov 19 '14 by David Forster

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