Monthly Archives: December 2019

A bit of BI in SDL Tridion DXA application

Business Intelligence (BI) has been a backbone of many businesses and essentially a set of processes which processes various types and formats of data from multiple data sources and infers meaningful information out of it – this information can then

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Deployer/Storage Extension – Remove Dependencies on Tridion – Part-II

In continuation to my previous POST , this post will show a pictorial representation of the solution discussed earlier as well as the advantages we seen with this isolation of custom deployer logic from deployer extension to azure functions. The

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Deployer/Storage Extension – Remove Dependencies on Tridion – Part-I

One of the thing we have been working in last few months is to generalize and modularize the Deployer extension such as to remove dependencies on Tridion as much as possible (the concept can be applied to a Storage Extension

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Content Demote – Unresolved Dependencies

Referring to my earlier post – Restructuring-the-tridion-blueprinting-and-content-demotion – another issue while doing demote is that you might still have a handful of items which could not be demoted citing he variety of dependency they may have. Few examples of such dependencies

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Content Demote – Dealing with Deep Folder Hierarchy and Dependencies

Referring to my earlier post – Restructuring-the-tridion-blueprinting-and-content-demotion – another issue while doing demote is the fact that you won’t be able to demote simply by selecting the root folder and demote everything inside – you actually need to go to the

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Custom permission and Content demote

Referring to my earlier post – Restructuring-the-tridion-blueprinting-and-content-demotion – one of the issue while doing demote is the fact that you will loose any custom permissions you may have on your folders or structure group if the item successfully demoted. To manage

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Restructuring the Tridion Blueprinting and Content Demotion

The recent improvements(DXA, Headless etc.), content modeling demands, and more aggressive content changes requirements; triggers a change in existing Tridion blueprinting hierarchy from the traditional, wide, isolated architecture to a lean, interchangeable, and less site/publication dependent. After completing two such

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