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This tag is for questions specific to SDL Tridion 2011. Version tags should be used **only** when necessary to provide context to the question, and not to simply state that "you are using SDL Tridion 2011" unless that information is needed. A Service Pack and Hotfix Rollup was issued for this version in mid 2012.

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I may just not be seeing it in the code, but you're not implementing IDisposable and there's nothing in your code calling Dispose(). If you're not disposing of the subscription it never actually finis …
answered Jul 31 '14 by Rob Himself
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This is part two of an SI4T installation troubleshoot using Tridion 2011 and SOLR 4.8. Part one has been seemingly resolved with the correct combination of JAR files from each of the SI4T Github …
asked Nov 26 '14 by Rob Himself
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I'm working on an otherwise difficult implementation of SI4T, which includes Tridion 2011 and SOLR 4.8. After finishing setup and configuration, the deployer successfully starts; only problem is my … publishing queue failures. I've included my cd_storage_conf.xml file as well. In determining which libraries from the SI4T Github lists to use, I took the approach of grabbing all of the Tridion 2011
asked Nov 25 '14 by Rob Himself
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follow my instruction initially. Once he did we got a lot farther. When mixing versions of Tridion and SOLR during SI4T installation I used every JAR from the 2011 repo except the following: Any of the …
answered Nov 26 '14 by Rob Himself