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  • Posted on: Mar 02, 2010

    After upgrading a site to EPiServer CMS 5 R2 SP2, incoming links on non-FURL format (i.e. http://host/template.aspx?id=xyz ) stopped working. All such requests end up displaying the same garbled page, as if the start page template / IIS default...

  • Posted on: Mar 01, 2010

    I’ve been invited to contribute to a series called ‘Industry Insights’ on a South African IT portal. For those of you curious to see the challenges that a software vendor has in the market here, stop by and have a read of my first article. Maybe...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Feb 28, 2010

    Another little quick tip. I was browsing the EPiServer World forum and came across a common question. by David Green I am using the EpiServer:PageTree control to generate a nested list in the format below. However I am also using a dropdown menu...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Feb 24, 2010

    A thing that always annoys me, when backup-restoring a database between database servers, is the mismatch between the sql login and database login. In some way they have the same name but some id isn't equal so they don't match. Atleast in newer...

  • Posted on: Feb 22, 2010

    Normally a mirroring job is started from a mirroring scheduled job. The only thing however the scheduled job does is to make a request to the Mirroring Service that it should start the mirroring. The actual work is performed by the mirroring servi...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Feb 20, 2010

    Just a little quick tip when needing to use either the Page object or the EPiServer CurrentPage object from a class file. HttpContext.Current will give you access to the current request, what we can do is cast HttpContext.Current.Handler (since Pa...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Feb 19, 2010

    You get a warning when you try to delete a file or EPiServer page if it is referenced form another page. EPiServer uses EPiServer.DataAbstraction.SoftLink for this feature and all links to files, other EPiServer pages and external urls are stored...

  • Posted on: Feb 19, 2010

    When editors start putting content in their empty site, they will probably start with some test pages or not a well thoughtful page name in the structure. Later the editors often change page names several times until they are satisfied and at the...