As posted in this announcement, SDL Tridion 2013 SP1 became out of Standard Support as of December 31, 2019. Any issues encountered for the year following would be addressed on a best-effort basis and only if your organization has an agreement in place with SDL.
Refer to the SDL Product Lifecycle for the support policy, which explains Extended Support with ...
That is not possible directly. Components and other "content" data, like the Page metadata from your example, are saved as raw XML into the Content Manager database. The XMLs don't contain empty nodes for elements without values and because the Core Service just exposes the whole "section" of the XML to you, you won't have the empty nodes there either.
We've done this in many different guises and, as Jonathan notes, your mileage may vary depending on your access to the relevant resources (aka developers) and the actual requirement (mainly depending on the complexity of the ask, the output etc.).
For an ongoing engagement, I needed to assess the use of the content model. For this, one of my developers put ...
There is no out of the box option for this. It is either all, or some. There is no option to customize the existing GUI window to modify information during selection what needs to be done because the information about in which publications item should be published is done in Resolver after clicking on the button publish.
Now you can always construct your ...
If you create the page in the root SG, the sitemap.xml will be available in your rootURL/sitemap.xml. The crawler should be able to browse the site to pick it up, without any modifications or customization.
If for some reason, you need the file to be physically available on the root on the project (on the filesystem), you have a few options.
Use a ...
I've written a script using the CoreService to traverse every folder and structure group across the whole BluePrint.
This includes the expected settings in the system to get the same authorization setup (or perhaps Security Access Profile, if you will).
However, it doesn't gather the information ...
Sadly, I don’t think that is possible - you’re going to need to write a Core Service script to traverse every folder and structure group (across the whole Blueprint) and build up you’re own list.
Once you have this info, you could write an Events System tool to record any permission changes in these items to prevent you having to run the report again.
Agree with both Alvin and Mark, it's a very broad topic and depends on what exactly you need/want "Know Your Needs" and on that note, here is a quick link which might interest you..
EDIT - I have misread the question initially
No, you don't. You could have them all optional.
My original answer is below, it might be useful to someone if he misreads it as I have originally :)
OLD ANSWER - Answer to the question 'do you need to have at least one content field in a Schema'.
No, you don't have to. It's very much possible to have a ...
well, that's a pretty open question and depends very much on the requirements/expectations of the client (business and technical).
Perhaps it would be best for you check a few of the many blogs out there and then to write a blog proposing your thoughts - then any technical questions can be posited in this forum?
You will need to reach out directly to SDL Support. As of Jan 1st 2020, SDL Tridion 2013 SP1 HR1 entered in the "extended support phase" as per the notification at https://community.sdl.com/product-groups/sdl-tridion-dx/tridion-sites/b/product-announcements/posts/sdl-tridion-2013-sp1-hr1-standard-support-extended-to-december-31-2019.
I'm not sure if SDL ...
Since, you are using DXA, I will say the approach of generating the sitemap might not makes sense (unless there are other fine prints which we are not aware about).
The correct approach could be similar to the one mentioned here:
Generate Sitemap XML File using default functions of DXA 1.5/1.7 in Web 8/8.5
Based on your comment that "the network team did some changes on server where we have deployer setup" the most likely issues will be:
Deployer not running (is it a service or an HTTP upload web application?
Firewall blocking the Deployer port from other servers (if the Deployer server is a Windows Server most likely it is the Windows Firewall blocking it)
Please check following:
restart transport service
connectivity between CM and broker DB
connectivity between CM and Deployer server [if CM and Deployer servers are different]
Check incoming folder in deployer server. is it receiving any package. in current situation it should not be. but it's worth to check.
revisit all ...
Getting a report using the CoreService has a relatively simple learning curve, though setting up that first client seems to be tricky.
I'll share examples and references for:
Setting up a client environment
Reporting (.csv, for example)
Honestly, I preferred netTCP on the server because it seemed to "just work" and was simple enough ...
I recommend using the core service from Powershell. For this, Peter Kjaer's module is very much the way to go. From Powershell writing to a spreadsheet is easy with Export-Csv
A lot of reports just involve brute-forcing your way through all or part of the data. For this, you can make use of the treewalk function which can be found at Tridion Practice. ...
It depends on what you mean by 'analyze' the content, really. For example, do you want to know the number of components of each type (i.e. based on each schema) or something more granular - For example, within specific fields within components?
If your Tridion search collection is up to date then you could use that (either within the 'Advanced Search' GUI ...
Looking at the SDL Tridion 2013 SP1 Product Prerequisites PDF document that's available from the Product prerequisites page in the Tridion 2013 SP1 documentation, neither Windows Server 2016 nor SQL Server 2016 are listed as supported.
However, that does not mean that the definitely won't work! If you have the software and some time then you could try it (...
You cannot prevent an exception or error being thrown by the application for pages or items that does not exist. However, you can customize the error message or throw errors differently to create a better user experience.
You can look through the example for DXA 1.4. It should be pretty similar to the DXA version that you are using, though.
The other way ...
You can use the Compress output TBB. you can enable compression by setting the parameter CompressionEnabled to 'yes'.
I am not sure about the TBB location for DXA 1.7 but for DXA 2.2 the location is "\100 Master\Building Blocks\Framework\Developer\Templates\DXA.Legacy".
It turns out that in the web.config of the topology manager the old domain name was still used for the user credentials after encrypting the config and changing the setting things work like a charm. the documentation is a bit confusing on doing this encryption, so for those who want to know the below lines work:
aspnet_regiis.exe -pdf "database" "C:\Program ...