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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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You can do it, but there's a catch. Items can be shared, or localized in the publication you are interested in, so apart from setting publication you also need to set the BlueprintStatus. So: filter. …
answered Apr 1 '15 by Andrey Marchuk
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Unfortunately this information is not available in the list XML. The best you can do is set IncludeRelativeWebDavUrlColumn to true. This will give you URL column like URL="/webdav/Test/root/page.tpg". …
answered Mar 28 '13 by Andrey Marchuk
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You client config is missing the security node. Try to add <security mode="Transport">
answered Jul 30 '15 by Andrey Marchuk
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How about: client.IsExistingObject(uri);
answered Mar 27 '15 by Andrey Marchuk
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The trick is in the backslash, there's no need to escape it in Powershell. I just verified it. Use: $uid = "DOM\UID" And it will work
answered Aug 14 '13 by Andrey Marchuk
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If you want to run your operation asynchronously: http://amarchuk.blogspot.nl/2013/03/asynchronous-operations-with-coreservice.html
answered Sep 2 '14 by Andrey Marchuk
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Use the CategoriesFilterData: client.GetList(pubId, new CategoriesFilterData());
answered Jun 9 '15 by Andrey Marchuk
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You don't need to specify the LockUser. As per documentation: As per current implementation if ItemIds is set then it returns those items constrained by the filter. Otherwise it returns items that are …
answered May 20 '15 by Andrey Marchuk
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You need RepositoryLocalObjectsFilterData, this filter will behave differently if you specify properties, like ItemIds, but without setting any properties you will get all checked out items in the sys …
answered Apr 24 '13 by Andrey Marchuk
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The v0 is called dynamic version. It means that this is the version of checked out item. For example you have a component with Id tcm:x-xx - this means this is the latest checked in version of your co …
answered May 2 '14 by Andrey Marchuk
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According to "http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" namespace you are supposed to have href attribute, which you are not adding. You should get XML similar to this: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1277895 …
answered Feb 24 '14 by Andrey Marchuk
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The problem might be that you are not setting TemplateType property. Check what is your TemplateType, or set it to DreamweaverTemplate
answered Jul 2 '13 by Andrey Marchuk
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ItemFieldDefinitionData is the root class in the hierarchy: ItemFieldDefinitionData ComponentLinkFieldDefinitionData DateFieldDefinitionData EmbeddedSchemaFieldDefinitionData Exte …
answered Aug 1 '14 by Andrey Marchuk
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WebDavUrls of linked items are not read unless you are reading it with correct LoadFlags, like: var page = (PageData)client.Read("tcm:71-122971-64", new ReadOptions{LoadFlags = LoadFlags.WebDavUrls} …
answered Apr 28 '14 by Andrey Marchuk
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You need to get list of publish transactions: var filter = new PublishTransactionsFilterData(); var publishTransactions = Client.GetSystemWideListXml(filter); You can set fi …
answered Jun 3 '13 by Andrey Marchuk

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