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  • July 01 2009

    A first glance at Sitecore OMS

    Wonder how you can use Sitecore OMS as your normal analytics provider?

     

    Check out this article, which gives you a first glance at Sitecore OMS formally known as Sitecore Everest, where you will be shown how to use your first standard reports and what information can be shown.

    (For: Editors, Developers)
  • July 01 2009

    Sitecore OMS released

    Today Sitecore released the Sitecore Online Marketing Suite also called Sitecore OMS.

     

    Sitecore claims it to be a revolutionary improvement to CMS'.

     

    LearnSitecore will be taking a closer look at the module the upcomming weeks.

    (For: News)
  • June 30 2009

    Sitecore 6.1 released

    Today Sitecore 6.1 was released today. It is probably not noticed as the release of Sitecore OMS will take the most of the attention.

     

    However the new version includes a lot of important fixes and improvements.

    (For: News)
  • June 27 2009

    Controlling items in a selection field

    Treelists are great controls for letting the editors point out a list of items.

    For example when choosing which spots to show in a spot column. But when you have a lot of different spots and not all of them fits into the spot column populated by the field, you want to make sure that editors don't choose the wrong spots.

     

    The best thing would be that editors didn't even have the possibility to select the wrong spots in the treelist.

    (For: Developers)
    (Level: 200)
  • June 26 2009

    Lucene walk-through – Part 3: Setting up the index

    In this third article about Lucene queries, you will learn how to define indexes in the web.config. It will give you instructions on how to define index fields and setup constraints for content to be indexed.

     

    Further it will show you how to build a custom indexer, allowing you to index values, which aren't defined in a Sitecore field.

    (For: Developers)
    (Level: 200)
  • June 26 2009

    Lucene walk through – Part 2: The example

    This second part of the series about Lucene queries give you an detailed example on how to create a news list, which uses Lucene to pull data from Sitecore.

     

    So if you want a hands on example on how to create well performing presentations based on Lucene read this article.

    (For: Developers)
    (Level: 300)
  • June 26 2009

    Lucene Query walk-through – Part 1

    Have you allways wondered how Lucene and the Sitecore integration to it can be used? Or have you experiencing performance problems with relational presentations like a news list?

    Then read this article, which walks through the difference Lucene query types and gives you an example on how to use them to construct a news list.

     

    This is the first of three articles on the subject.

    (For: Developers)
    (Level: 300)
  • June 26 2009

    Threshold exceeds

    You may have noticed log entries in the Sitecore log, which informs about thresholds being exceeded? If you want to know why they come and how you can use the information to troubleshoot your solution, you should read this article.

     

    It describes how they work, why they come and how you can use the information to narrow down where your performance issues are located.

    (For: Administrators, Developers)
    (Level: 200)
  • June 26 2009

    Programmatically reading, altering and creating items - Part 1

    In this article you will get an introduction to the Sitecore API revolving around items. You will learn more about how to read values from its fields, alter them and how to create new items.

     

    This is the first part of an article in two parts. In this part you'll learn the most basic operations

    (For: Developers)
    (Level: 100)
  • June 26 2009

    Programmatically reading, altering and creating items - Part 2

    In this article you will get an introduction to the Sitecore API revolving around items. You will learn more about how to read values from its fields, alter them and how to create new items.

     

    This is the second part of an article in two parts. In this part you'll learn how to alter and create items.

    (For: Developers)
    (Level: 200)
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