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Schemas are used to define the structure of content.

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I can tell you that I wish it was that simple. What you're asking for is not Page linking (which would be relatively easy to do in the Tridion Core). What you're really asking for is cross-publication …
answered May 1 '13 by Nuno Linhares
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This type of validation is done in the core, and there is no way around it. You must define a value in that field (maybe by default?) if the field is set as mandatory. You could use an Event indeed, …
answered Apr 29 '15 by Nuno Linhares
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This is happening because you have 2 embedded schemas in the same schema, and did not change the Root Element name for either. More detail on this is available on this answer. … You may have to change the schema type to Content first before changing the Root Element name, then change it back to Embeddable Schema. …
answered Jan 2 '14 by Nuno Linhares
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actual grammar - making sure your "displayHeadline" field is always called "displayHeadline" on all schemas, and not (as I infuriatingly discovered on one of my own implementations) "displayTitle" for one schema
answered Nov 15 '13 by Nuno Linhares
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Some constraints - maxLength, or min|maxOccurs - are handled really well by the CME. Other constraints may get a really hard to understand error message: You may want to test this before just rolli …
answered Feb 20 '13 by Nuno Linhares
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The Tridion CME/FieldBuilder will not understand it though, so you'd have to create a custom schema and an editor to go with it. …
answered Feb 19 '13 by Nuno Linhares
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For one, we're looking into implementing "Find Schema by Namespace" functionalities on CM and CD - having the same namespace for all schemas will "confuse" Tridion, at the very least. … I have also seen problems with Content Porter Translation Manager (though there was other stuff going on in the same environment), and one of the things we did to fix this was to ensure each schema had …
answered Jun 5 '13 by Nuno Linhares
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I always placed them at the top of the Blueprint and then used security to ensure schemas were used in the right place by the right people. It always seems to pay off compared to having to "move up" s …
answered Jun 23 '14 by Nuno Linhares
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Most answers here already cover the approach to modify the content of the pages - as you probably found out by now, the XML records and their schemas are "disconnected", and to modify them you need to …
answered Feb 25 '13 by Nuno Linhares
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To read the parameter of a TBB, simply use this: string value = package.GetValue("FieldName"); Where "FieldName" is the (XML) name of the field of the parameter schema. …
answered Aug 25 '14 by Nuno Linhares
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By the sample you put there it doesn't look like your component's XML is well formed (but that could just a mistake copy/pasting here). I would recommend that you create a component first "manually" …
answered May 22 '14 by Nuno Linhares
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According to the Tridion 2009 documentation (oldest I can get, I'm not going to search for the 5.2 documentation - that's 8 year old software!) you can pass parameters as part of the Custom URL. From …
answered Jul 30 '13 by Nuno Linhares