Author: Rodrigo Peplau

Still have ‘ERROR SCRIPTDOM NEEDED FOR SQL PROVIDER’ when installing Sitecore 9?

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My friend Daniel Govier was having the following error when installing Sitecore 9 Update 1 using XP0:

msdeploy.exe : Error Code: ERROR_SCRIPTDOM_NEEDED_FOR_SQL_PROVIDER

Following the traditional path of any Sitecore developer, we googled that error and ended up in this blog article from Naveed Ahmad. Problem is that Daniel had already followed his article and installed SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework, Transact-SQL ScriptDom, and the System CLR Types.

But just like Naveed, that doesn’t work, but we found a different solution instead of modifying Windows Registry.

Publicado em SIF, Sitecore 9

Site-specific RichText Editor Profiles – custom Source in native RichText fields

Site-specific RichText Editor Profiles - custom Source in native RichText fields

Everybody knows how to select different Editor Profiles using the Source property in a Rich Text field. Out of the box, you can only pass a hardcoded path to the Editor Profile, making the template totally linked to one and only one Profile. Hardcoded??? But what if we

Publicado em Content Edition Experience, Experience Editor, Richtext Editor

A Helix/TDS Sitecore Solution you can use

So that finally happened (sorry for the delay!): source code for the Helix/TDS solution presented at the two Sitecore Usergroups – Brazil (watch video) and Cincinnati – is available for everyone to be used. A Helix-Compliant solution, not based in

Publicado em Helix, SUG

Prevent orphan components in Experience Editor when deleting composed components

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If an editor deletes a component in Experience Editor and that component has inner components, only the outer component will be actually deleted from the page rendering. Inner components will not show anymore (and often Content Editors will be happy), so

Publicado em Content Edition Experience, Development, Experience Editor, Uncategorized

How we won the Hackathon

How we won

The famous Sitecore Hackathon is an annual programming contest, where teams should put together, within 24 hours, a piece of software for Sitecore in one of the available categories. At this fourth edition in 2017, there were four categories: Azure

Publicado em Uncategorized Marcado com:

WFFM – Sitecore Context Item NULL inside a Save Action

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Business requirements There is a use case in one of our clients at Nish Tech, where a WFFM form, with a Submit E-mail Save Action, is supposed to be reused at several different parts of the website. It should have

Publicado em WFFM

Corey Peplau wrote this – WFFM conflict with Unity DI and a lesson on how Sitecore community is so amazing

This blog was since the beginning, a space to share my own experiences with Sitecore development, always trying to bring that something new, not easily seen, or showing my interpretation of common problems. But this time I need to break

Publicado em Bug fixing, Sitecore Community, WFFM

PhantomJS Screenshots not being generated with Windows Authentication turned on

It has been observed with several versions of Sitecore 8 and above (empty versions) – including 8.2 Update 2 – that the screenshot generation is broken when the site has Windows Authentication turned ON. Symptoms When attempting to start up a

Publicado em Phantom JS, Support Ticket

Richtext Editor – Table Properties adds cells to the table

When you edit the properties of a table in the content editor of most page types, extra cells are added. Check the following animation to see the issue:   This issue has been reproduced in empty (clean) instances of Sitecore

Publicado em Uncategorized

Language specific MediaProvider breaking icons at Media Library

UPDATE: Kamruz Jaman has contributed with a comment for a simpler, less intrusive and more generalist solution:  Inside the GetMediaUrl method of your custom MediaProvider, check for the “Thumbnail” property of your MediaUrlOptions parameter. If it is true, make your code fall

Publicado em Bug fixing, Development, Support Ticket, Upgrades
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