There are always problems of some kind with this tool and it would be great if there possible to be able ... work better. +1, but at least for now you can decompile it. Done successfully using Reflector.
I was wondering if there was an online SDK reference for Episerver Forms? Thanks Hi Scott, ... use something like resharper or ILSpy (free) to decompile the DLLs if you want to browse the full assemblies
When creating a discount in episerver back office I recieve the following error: Content ... anyway created and works as expected. When I decompile SalesCampaign I can se that it inherits from BasicContent
built dynamically via the code behind. I can decompile the code to see how it works but the article implies ... should be used.
Andrew Having looked through the decompiled code I can see that it is dynamically creating
Just curious how everyone here is handling archiving of pages using the archive scheduled job ... should not do any access checking at all.
If I decompile the execute method I find something like this:
Hi! Does anybody know how you can edit the packing slip with additional fields? ... configure a new data source for the report? If I decompile the dll's it seems that the data source is hardcoded
Hi,I want to extend/inherit from the UnifiedFile class to add some extra properties and encapsulate ... s aint pretty. So basicly the best way is to decompile 4-5 classes and add them as your own. But as I
As a developer, my first inclination is to decompile the source code and see if there are differences ... Order forms. for example. Unfortunately, I cannot decompile the source code.
Apart from creating custom pages
an issue with ValidateLineItemActivity. We've decompiled and put in our own implementation of this activity ... experience.
As a side note, there's no need to decompile the workflows project, it's publicly available
I created a PropertyBag with just a boolean value, and got an exception trying to save ... PropertyBag class is created by EPiServer, and when I decompile the related code I can see that there is actually
Does anyone know if it possible to do a VirtualRoleProvider (or the likes) which creates ... instance. Or add your own extra configuration (decompile the EPiServer.Security.UserMappedRole for inspiration)