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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 27, 2008

    Have you been annoyed by the exception “License violation! License is already in use at another online site” when you switch from one web site to another on you developer machine? I have and the reason is of course that I use my developer license...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 26, 2008

    Consider this SQL Server query that is part of EPiServer CMS 5:SELECT tblPageLanguage. fkPageID, tblLanguageBranch. LanguageID as LanguageBranch FROM tblPage JOIN tblPageLanguage ON tblPage. pkID=tblPageLanguage. fkPageID LEFT...

  • Posted on: Mar 26, 2008
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    What is a community? The term "community" has been around for a long time, only in the latest years has it been associated with the internet. A community in it's widest definition is a group of people sharing a common interest, cooperating to shar...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 25, 2008

    The EPiCloud module that I've been working on for a while is finally ready for release! Due to the EPiServer preferred module naming policy (no EPi.... please!) we had a few thoughts around the office here and one of my colleagues, Alan Bartlett,...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 25, 2008

    Back in EPiServer 4.60 when we introduced the new multilanguage support we did a lot of changes in the good old database, one of them were making a table for page languages called tblPageLanguage. This table became a subset of the main table...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 25, 2008

    new FilterPropertySort(“PageName”, FilterSortDirection.Descending).Filter(children);

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 25, 2008

    In EPiServer.Filters there are some useful filters, like FilterPublished, FilterAccess etc. To use these filters, just do like this: new FilterPublished().Filter(somePageDataCollection); and it’s done. 🙂

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 20, 2008

    I've just spent the last few days in a Commerce Server 2007 training course, which was surprisingly interesting. One of the things that leapt out at me was that there are a couple of partners who have worked with Commerce Server 2002 and EPiServer...