Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Setup Local SMTP server for Sitecore local Email test.

Step-by-step guide

  1. Go to http://papercut.codeplex.com/
  2. Download and install the application
  3. Once installed and running, go to the "Options" menu and set IP Address to you local IP address
  4. That's it, you can now tell your application to send out emails to your local SMTP server

After this create a .config file for use this:


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<configuration>
  <sitecore>
    <settings>
      <!--Email configuration-->
      <setting name="Analytics.ClusterName" value="{HostName}" />
      <setting name="UseLocalMTA" value="true"/>
      <setting name="SMTP.Port" value="25" />
      <!-- SMTP server address (IP). -->
      <setting name="SMTP.Server" value="{localIpAddress}" />
    </settings>
  </sitecore>
</configuration>

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Watchout! You are in the web db!

Watchout! You are in the web db!: Based on a vent by @cassidydotdk on the Sitecore Slack chat the other day, we were all laughing about the (multiple)times when we forget that we have switched to teh web database to check something ou

Right Click Unlock Item with Sitecore PowerShell Extensions

Right Click Unlock Item with Sitecore PowerShell Extensions: I have been asked many times if it is possible for non admin users in Sitecore to be able to unlock items that have been locked by others. The short answer is no, the Sitecore command (Sitecore.Shell.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Sitecore Content Migration

Hi All,

Sometimes we need to migrate some existing website content or SQL server content into Sitecore website.
For this I found below post very useful by Kiran Patil:

https://blog.horizontalintegration.com/2014/04/01/sitecore-content-migration-basics/

Hope that's help you lot.

Friday, March 3, 2017

Mongo DB for sitecore

Hi All,

Today we discuss Mongo DB for the Sitecore developer.
For understanding basic of mongo DB and installation process please follow this blog.

In the above described blog, you can understand basic of MongoDB and how to install as window service.

But in above blog, there is some limitation for creating window service.
For make that process simpler I created a bat file for that named as below:
1.mongo create service.bat
2.mongo remove service.bat

#mongo create service.bat:
   This is used for creating window service for mongo
    That prompt you some basic things fill those according to your configuration.
Like it's asking for some input as below:
1. Please enter mongod.exe path: Copy and paste the path of the mongod.exe file which is generally found under mongo DB \bin folder.
eg: c:\Program Files\MongoDB\Server\3.4\bin\mongod.exe or
      c:\mongodb\bin\mongod.exe

2.Please enter dbPath: Here you can specify the path where you want to store mongo database.
eg: E:\Projects\sampleproject\mongodb\reports

3.Please enter logpath: That point to a .log file that store the logging information of mongo server.
eg: E:\Projects\sampleproject\mongodb\reports\log\mongodb.log

4.Please enter serviceName: Here just specify the MogoService name.
eg: MongoDB
5.Please enter serviceDisplayName: Here just specify the MogoService display name.
eg: MongoDB

After following these steps window service is created.

#mongo remove service.bat:

     That bat is used for delete exisiting window service which you wanna remove.
 it's ask for some input as below:

1. Please enter mongod.exe path: Copy and paste the path of mongod.exe file which is generally found under mongo db \bin folder.
eg: c:\Program Files\MongoDB\Server\3.4\bin\mongod.exe or
      c:\mongodb\bin\mongod.exe

2.Please enter serviceName : Here just specify the MogoService name.
eg: MongoDB

After follow these steps window service is removed.

Hope you enjoy this.

Note: Keep in mind that always run .bat file with admin privilege. For that right click on .bat file and select Run as administrator option.


References:
https://stevenstriga.wordpress.com/2017/02/25/sitecore-mongodb-blog-series-intro-to-mongodb-for-sitecore-developers/

https://stevenstriga.wordpress.com/2017/02/28/sitecore-mongodb-blog-series-out-of-the-box-sitecore-databases/

https://briancaos.wordpress.com/2014/10/01/sitecore-and-xdb-setting-up-mongodb-on-your-developer-machine/

https://www.mongodb.com/lp/contact/mongodb-sitecore

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Sitecore certification in FREE of cost

Hi All,

At first very thankful to Surendra Sharma for sharing such a good blog on Sitecore certification training free of cost.
As all, you know Sitecore certification is a very costly process.

But now Sitecore launch new e-learning program where Developer, Business User and Marketers able to got e-learning training.

For this please have look on below URL:
https://elearning.sitecore.net/Catalog/TrainingCatalog.aspx

For developer please have a look at this URL:
https://elearning.sitecore.net/Catalog/BrowseCategory.aspx?id=2ED6A20460E441178D4CE61B584E9896

Sitecore give developer to the opportunity to do Sitecore® Developer Foundations eLearning free of cost. For that follow below blog:
http://www.sitecorelessons.com/2017/02/sitecore-certification-in-free-of-cost.html 


At the end of the course, you will be honored with below certificate





you also honored by certificate after completing each course module. like