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Recently, a co-worker pinged me asking about the best way to handle transforms in a Sitecore 9+ PaaS environment. My response: "Transforms are the devil, and there are often zero reasons why you need them in a new Sitecore environment." Sitecore, of course, gives us rules-based configurations out of the box, which give us a lot of control over applying different configurations for different roles and environments, but what about modifications to the web.config? In my experience, most changes to the web.config are "one-time" changes that you can make (and document) as soon as an environment is provisioned. This includes managing assembly binding redirects, which is often something that changes each time you add a new NuGet reference to your project. Read on to learn how you can externalize your assembly binding redirects, instead of having to maintain a copy of the web.config file and/or transforms.
In a recent project, I tackled the task of integrating OWIN (Open Web Interface for .NET) claims-based identity with an on-premise Active Directory. In this blog post, I will look into basic details of how to work with AD (Active Directory) Domain Services in a .NET application. System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement namespace provides a set of APIs that can be used to access users, security groups and other directory objects stored in Active Directory, which I will demonstrate below.
In a recent project, we needed to specify how a bucketable item is to be bucketed. Luckily Sitecore provides a rule-based mechanism to configure bucketable item paths. Unfortunately, the requirements would not allow us to use the action provided from Sitecore out of the box. However, since Sitecore is so extensible, we can implement a custom bucket rule action with relatively little effort.
Insite has a built-in EmailService that allows a developer to easily send emails to a customer whenever they perform an action on the system. This EmailService utilizes the RazorEngine in order to parse HTML and generate rich content emails for delivery. On a recent project, I had many scenarios where an email was being sent to the customer. All of the emails contained a common look and feel, including a fully rendered header and footer. In this blog, I will go over the process I followed in order to allow for the use of the standard Layout property in the Razor template for emails.
The administration console is the powerhouse of an Insite Software B2B Commerce solution. It is home to advanced configuration options for the product catalog, customer information, search options, and much more. Learn how to extend this console quickly and efficiently to add features that can increase functionality and control.