12
Mar

A serious error occurred please contact the administrator

A serious error occurred please contact the administrator

If you search “A serious error occurred please contact the administrator“, you will see many posts. There are more than one scenarios of this error. I have tried to consolidate most obvious cases of this error. Scenario 1 (I was facing this issue): Social Media is disabled in your configuration file but related items do exist […]

30
Mar

Sitecore-Salesforce Part 2: Analysis and Troubleshooting

This blog is in continuation of my previous blog  “Sitecore-Salesforce Integration- Steps, Issues, Troubleshooting” which can be referred at  http://sitecorestudy.com/?p=107 . So, here I would like to share the showstopper that I had encountered during the Sitecore-Salesforce integration through Salesforce Connect Module , detailed analysis and the ways to overcome that. Although, I found this issue around a […]

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29
Mar

Sitecore-Salesforce Part 1 : Integration Steps, Issues, Troubleshooting

Prerequisites Sitecore Instance should be installed and functional. Downloaded package of Salesforce Connect Module. Download path: https://marketplace.sitecore.net/Modules/Salesforce_Connect_Module.aspx Proper permissions should be given to your instance folder residing inside the web root, such as full access permissions to IIS_IUSRS should be given. Salesforce configuration part as mentioned in the user guide present at path: https://github.com/adamconn/sitecore-salesforce-connect/tree/master/docs , should […]

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28
May

Treelist vs TreelistEx

Use TreelistEx instead of Treelist when showing very big trees — like the Home node and its descendants — or have lots of Treelist fields in one single item. TreelistEx only computes the tree when you click Edit whereas a Treelist will compute it every time it is rendered.

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26
May

Five principles of SOLID

  S – SRP – Single Responsibility Principle O – OCP – Open Close Principle L – LSP – Liskov Substitution Principle I – ISP – Interface Segregation Principle D – DIP – Dependency Inversion Principle

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