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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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Unfortunately, there is no version history stored for any of the organisational items (Folders, Structure Groups, Categories, Publications, etc), so you will not be able to get this, even if you use t …
answered Apr 1 '15 by Jonathan Williams
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From my recent conversation with Rick (in the comments) here: https://tridion.stackexchange.com/a/19872/71 It appears that GetListXML() may not actually be more efficient than GetList() as the former …
answered Mar 15 by Jonathan Williams
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This is normally because the given (Non-English) language pack is not installed on the server or on your (client) machine. Or, it may be that your browser is not configured to use the correct charact …
answered Aug 29 '14 by Jonathan Williams
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One way, (other than Event System, etc) to do this would be to get a list of Publish Transactions and then iterate through them to get the the item(s) that your interested in and check that the transa …
answered Jan 22 '18 by Jonathan Williams
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Update: Please review Nuno’s comment before reading this answer. This answer relates to getting content (and other items) in and out of the CMS, rather than rendering published content on your website …
answered Jan 26 by Jonathan Williams
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As Vipin says, Tridion does not store this information out of the box. As well as a custom database, you could also consider writing this information to the Component's/Page's Application Data (using …
answered Jul 13 '15 by Jonathan Williams
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You may also want to look at the Core Service Recipies section of the Tridion Cookbook: https://github.com/TridionPractice/tridion-practice/wiki/CookbookDocumentation#core-service-recipies Although i …
answered Jul 5 '17 by Jonathan Williams
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As Andrey mentions, this can now be done using the LockInfo property on the item. I've just successfully implemented this using the following code: RepositoryLocalObjectData item = Client.Read(itemI …
answered Dec 7 '18 by Jonathan Williams
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I would expect the AssertValidContainer method check that the item you are trying to create (or update) can actually be saved in the location that you are trying. You may want to: Double check that …
answered Nov 24 '14 by Jonathan Williams
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I'm assuming from your question that your 'source' data is in separate XML files (or a large XML document) and you want to parse these (this) using Java and create new Components in Tridion with this …
answered Jun 16 '16 by Jonathan Williams
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When doing a 'View on Site' from a Component in Tridion 8.5, the popup dialogue gives a list of pages that the the component has been published on (along with the Purposes): I can see from Fiddler …
asked Aug 14 '18 by Jonathan Williams
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As your query uses the underlying Tridion search functionality, it is processed using the standard Solr request handler. In the [Tridion Home]\solr-home\tridion\conf\solrconfig.xml file, this request …
answered Sep 2 '16 by Jonathan Williams
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I have never had to do this, but I think that this can be done through the API. The fact that you are getting this error is a good sign! In Lucene (which Solr is based on) the maxClauseCount exceede …
answered Mar 25 '13 by Jonathan Williams
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The biggest problem that you're likely to encounter is that you can't have two Keywords with the same Name within the same Category (including in child Publications). For example, if you're source ha …
answered Jun 9 '15 by Jonathan Williams
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You'll need LoadFlags.Expanded, and then you can get the items from the PublishContexts. I've just done a little POC with the following code and a published Structure Group and both resolvedItems an …
answered Sep 1 '17 by Jonathan Williams

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