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Since Sitecore reporting tools are created as a foundation that is well-suited for extension and for all types of organizations, anything that is particularly custom or elaborate will require another method of reporting by either extending what is already in the Marketing Control Panel or by feeding the data to a data visualization tool. What do you do when you have a specific and detailed reporting need? How do you decide whether to make the investment to build a custom report in Sitecore? My blog showcases a recent business case where we answered these questions.


Vault for Sitecore provides a feature called as History Database. It is basically another parallel database in Sitecore. This database shows data based on the set date and time in the past. Let’s understand how it works using this post...


XCentium’s Vault for Sitecore extends Sitecore Experience Management Platform to allow Enterprise Architects, IT Teams and Content Authors to version, archive, track and report on all content related events. Additionally, Vault also allows IT Teams to easily track and manager what content is deployed on which server/environment in large distributed Sitecore environments.

In this tutorial, let's discuss the basic version control usage in Vault.


I had trouble finding information on how to construct the SPEAK multiseries chart data, so I thought to document it here.


Sitecore 8 comes loaded with some new features. One of which being versioned layouts.

When you add a rendering through the Experience Editor, it is always updates the __Final Renderings field in the latest version for the current context language, thus making it versionable.

Users should be aware that a rendering added in English language won't show up in Spanish. The editors at one of our client(s) who rely completely on Experience Editor asked us to change this behavior. This article outlines the approach I have taken in order to address this so that they don't have to repeat this action of designing the page in every language...


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