Hi there, Two weeks ago I wrote a blogpost on Sitecore Rock’s Query Analyzer (http://newguidnet/sitecore/2012/sitecore-rocks-query-analyzer-handy-queries/). Tonight I have some more queries that could come in handy! Get all the items from the MASTER database that have configured an assembly name in it: use master; select * from /sitecore//*[contains(@Assembly, '')] Get all the items from the CORE database that have configured an assembly name in it: use core; select * from /sitecore//*[contains(@Assembly, '')] By using a specific database, Sitecore Rock’s Query analyzer automatically More Info »
Hi there, Tonight I was busy with Sitecore Rock’s Query Analyzer identifying a wrongly configured item. I thought I should share a couple of handy queries to quickly identify certain items. Identify which sublayouts have the Datasource Location filled: select @@name, @#Datasource Location# from /#sitecore#/#layout#/#Sublayouts#//* order by #Datasource Location# desc Identify which template fields use the ‘query:’ statement in the source: select @@name, @Source from /sitecore/templates/#User Defined#//*[contains(@Source, 'query:')] order by Source desc Identify which template fields have configured something in the in More Info »
This article is based on a Dutch webinar that I presented august 2012 and will refer to the video recording, slides, the How to documentation and used resources. The video You can watch the recording on Youtube. The slides The slides of the webinar are in English and are posted on Slideshare How to The code used in the webinar is from the Sitecore how to series; How to Track External Links with DMS. In the webinar I explain how the processor More Info »
Basically this post is a recap of the “Sitecore and Continuous Integration” webinar, with some extra details about certain topics. The goal of continuous integration is to push every little piece of new software to next environments, the last step being production. Along this way, you want your software to be merged, compiled and tested. This way of developing has been around for a while with standard ASP .NET software. The problem with Sitecore is that it also heavily relies on the More Info »
Today Lucas Bol gave the first Dutch Sitecore guest Webinar. The subject of this webinar was continuous integration with Sitecore based on open source products. The video is in Dutch and posted below. In the next few days Lucas will post his documentation and explanation of the webinar in English. Follow us on Twitter @new_guid or subscribe to our RSS feed if you want an update when this is posted.