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Per Nergård
Nov 9, 2017
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Plugin for viewing / filtering wastebasket content and delete single content items

From time to time we have the need to delete single content from the waste basket in Episerver. Saddly there is no built in support for this. A year ago Grzegorz modified the built in waste basket. It's great but I wanted to see some more information about the content and doing a Dojo solution is out of my comfort zone I decided to create yet another admin mode plugin.

It's very simple and uses datatables.js for search / filtering functionality. You can delete all or selected items. See below for what it looks like. Code over at my Gist.

Image wastebasket.jpg

Nov 09, 2017


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