Month: November 2016

Workflow not starting (state field is empty) when Versions.AddVersion after Sitecore upgrade from 6.5 to 8.1

UPDATE: A ticket at Sitecore Helpdesk demonstrated the issue happened to be something else. During the upgrade, the site definition we’re using got the attribute “enableWorkflow” removed, which in turn made the default value “false” take over, and that was causing ALL

Publicado em Sitecore API, Upgrades, Workflow

Developers working in parallel with Continuous Integration builds for Dev and QA

When multiple developers are working in parallel (at the same build, but working in different parts) it is very common to use branches at source control, to keep each developer working in isolation and eliminating any chance that one developer’s

Publicado em Architecture, Continuous Integration, Dev, Environments, QA

Health Check builds with Continuous Integration – How big and how often these needs to be?

Background While refactoring the TFS and Continuous Integration struture of a couple projects, one thing toke my attention: Health Check builds were stealing most of the building times, which for me was representing long build queues to wait. The reason

Publicado em Continuous Integration, Health Check builds, Team City
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