Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Rob.Commerce 9.2

This week I finally got around to upgrading my Rob.Commerce solution to Sitecore Experience Commerce 9.2. The software was released around a month ago and was looking forward to seeing the new version in action..........

Saturday, September 07, 2019

CtxMsg.Error.ContentPathAlreadyExists Error

This week I've finally found some time to start upgrading my Rob.Commerce solution to Sitecore Experience Commerce 9.2 which was released last month. Now this was the easiest XC installation that I've been through to date however when I came to bootstrapping and initializing my custom environment data into the engine, I ran into a problem that troubled me for a while..........

Saturday, August 31, 2019

SUGCON ANZ 2019

Last week marked the first ever SUGCON ANZ, it was run in Sydney with one and half days of amazing Sitecore content. We had sessions covering topics as varied as DevOps, JSS, Commerce, Experience Forms, SBOS, Marketing Automation and anything you can think of in between. We had speakers local to Sydney presenting alongside speakers who travelled interstate and others who travelled internationally.........

Friday, May 24, 2019

Using VSCode to debug a .NET Core application running inside a Docker container

I have recently been creating a new .NET Core application, which I've been running inside of a Docker container. I've been creating this using VSCode so had to spend some time linking the IDE to the container so that I could use the debugging features. I wanted to document the process here for anyone else who wants to work with this setup........

Monday, March 11, 2019

Building an Ubuntu VM in Azure running Solr, with a trusted LetsEncrypt certificate - Part 4

So this is the fourth and final part in my series walking you through how to setup an Ubuntu VM in Azure running Solr secured using LetsEncrypt. In the first three parts we used the Azure CLI to create the VM, we installed Java and Solr then finally we secured the solr instance using a certificate from the awesome LetsEncrypt service. In this series we're going to finish setting this service up by creating the cores that we need to run Sitecore.......

Monday, March 04, 2019

Building an Ubuntu VM in Azure running Solr, with a trusted LetsEncrypt certificate - Part 3

So this is part 3 in my series walking you through how to setup an Ubuntu VM in Azure running Solr secured using LetsEncrypt. In the first two parts we used the Azure CLI to create the VM, we installed Java and Solr then finally opened port 8983 so we could access the Solr dashboard remotely. In this post we're going use LetsEncrypt to generate a certficate to allow us to secure our communication with Solr over HTTPS......