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Seems to look like your case orphan records in content broker database, or could be a chance those binaries to be used in other pages not sure. If the item does not exist in the CM, then you cannot send the publish transaction from the CM. If the binaries are orphaned as in, they were published together with a page, but somehow the page got unpublished, but ...


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Your Regex looks overly complex, but does seems to work fine on plain XHTML. However, if you're using DD4T, the XHTML will be embedded in JSON. As a result, the double quotes will be escaped (preceded by a backslash), in which case the Regex no longer works. Just obtain the DD4T JSON and test it using an online Regex tester, for example: http://regexstorm....


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Note that you won’t find information about Solr queries in the SDL Tridion Docs, because we want to avoid people going wild with custom Solr queries in their implementation. In the future, Solr may be replaced (with Elasticsearch) and we won’t be able to keep the low-level query language compatitble. If you only use Tridion’s SearchQuery, you should be fine, ...


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if you want to query from the solr admin Tridion CME (e.g. http://my.tridion:8983) (or) http://my.tridion:8983/#/tridion You will get a prompt for a username and password. The “MTSUser” (Tridion’s system user) and select the collection and click on query to see the results refer link Some Examples All Results - Link Only Title - Link You can do the same for ...


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Welcome, Mahesh. Try the Convert XML to XHTML Template Building Block, which is separate from Default Finish Actions. Otherwise run Template Builder to confirm how your Output changes for each TBB.


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Refer to this article might help some of the answers - Unwanted Namespaces in Rendered Output Alternatively, you could also use XmlDocument to load the XHTMLValue to process to remove the Namespaces. Example: private String RemoveNameSpace(String xml) { if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(xml)) { XmlDocument xdoc = new XmlDocument();...


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As Marko mentioned, if you want to suspend publishing altogether, you could just stop all Publisher Services. If you are using Topology Manager, you can also mark individual CD Environments as "offline". This will suspend publishing to those CD Environments only. Maybe a reason to migrate to Topology Manager based publishing? :-)


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There is no OOTB report anything but yes. It's possible to capture and build such a report using the event system. All of those actions will trigger events in the backend. It would be relatively simple to write an event that captures it and writes it somewhere like a database and do the reporting tool. Here's a good starting point: https://github.com/...


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I am not sure why you would want to change the default "File Name" on a page, but to answer your question the value of the text is coming from the resources file - Tridion.Web.UI.Editors.CME.Strings.resx in %TRIDION_HOME%\web\WebUI\WebRoot\App_GlobalResources. There is no OOTB way to change the label value and it is not recommended to modify core ...


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If you want publishing dissabled, I would just stop publishers service. No need to remove targets and other stuf. You can even push notifications about maintenace. You can check how to achieve this by looking into Atila's Sos last year Tridion Developers Summit lightning talk


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Yeah, SmartTarget has that effect on people. You think you don't have a clue what is going on for about 3 months, then it all fits together. So, to answer your question: So, does adding these TBBs is enough to generate the required Code to display promotional items ? What I mean is that adding smart target TBBs generate below code in the ASPX page ? The ...


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The installer for the Content Manager installs a Powershell module. You can check if this was done by typing Get-Module -ListAvailable in the Powershell. On my system, this shows quite a lot of Windows modules, and then at the bottom of the listing, the following: Directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\SDL Web\bin\PowerShellModules ModuleType Version Name ...


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There are several different concerns at play here. The first is functional: it's a standard convention on the Web to use an underline to identify a link. If you underline text that isn't a link, you may confuse a proportion of your visitors, so consider whether you actually want to do this at all. Next is the format area itself. As Chris has said, you can ...


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Rich Text styles can be configured in the CMS. To do this you must edit the FormatAreaStyles.css to add the styles you want. Update the SDL version number. Restart the Tridion CMS services. Flush Browser Cache. Then select the underlined text. You can then select your styles from the Ribbon | Styles.


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