Blog entries tagged with Configuration

Using config transforms with EPiServer

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

This post shows how to apply config transforms to elements with custom XML namespace attributes, such as the EPiServer element. [ Read full article ]

30 June 2011  0 Comments


Run EPiServer CMS 6 on ASP.NET 4.0

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Getting EPiServer CMS 6 up and running on ASP.NET 4.0 is easy, although it should be noted that EPiServer doesn't officially support ASP.NET 4.0 yet. [ Read full article ]

09 August 2010  0 Comments


Using config transforms for EPiServer settings

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

The build-specific configuration transforms that came with Visual Studio 2010, more specifically MSBuild 4, offer a pretty clean way of managing build-specific configurations. Here's a way of doing it, including a way of managing EPiServer-specifi... [ Read full article ]

19 July 2010  0 Comments


New EPiServer website using Template Foundation

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

In this post we'll look at how to set up an EPiServer CMS 6 website from scratch based on EPiServer Template Foundation. [ Read full article ]

19 July 2010  0 Comments


How to set up an EPiServer website

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

This post mainly aims to complement Frederik Vig’s posts on setting up a new EPiServer site with some comments and pointer that I find valuable. [ Read full article ]

08 December 2009  0 Comments


EPiServer Initialization and "Application is busy under initialization phase"

by: Magnus Stråle

The problem Since way back, EPiServer has protected its initrialization code with a lock to make sure that it only gets executed once by a single thread. Unfortunately this has been causing problems, especially on high-traffic sites. The reason is... [ Read full article ]

27 April 2009  2 Comments


EPiServer CMS 5 R2 gives 'Sys' is undefined on IIS7

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Yet another troubleshooting tip for the dreaded 'Sys' is undefined error This post won't reveal any exciting new features, techniques, or patterns. However, if you're troubleshooting some ASP.NET AJAX errors relating to EPiServer CMS 5 R2 on IIS7... [ Read full article ]

09 December 2008  20 Comments


Localize page type and page property names in EPiServer

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

This post shows how to translate page type and property names and descriptions to have them appear in the correct language in the editor interface when globalization is enabled for an EPiServer web site. [ Read full article ]

08 September 2008  0 Comments


Localize page type and page property names in EPiServer

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

This post shows how to translate page type and property names and descriptions to have them appear in the correct language in the editor interface when globalization is enabled for an EPiServer web site. Strategy for page type and property names a... [ Read full article ]

08 September 2008  9 Comments


How to make virtual path providers work with precompiled EPiServer websites

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Note: This is an experimental workaround. It is not supported by EPiServer nor Microsoft. Introduction Earlier I wrote a post on how you can Precompile your web site to publish it without source code or markup . Minutes after publishing it I was... [ Read full article ]

03 September 2008  4 Comments


Precompile your website and publish it without source code or markup

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

IMPORTANT: This approach won't work with EPiServer CMS 5 unless you implement this experimental workaround EPiServer CMS 5 uses virtual path providers which aren't supported by the .NET framework for precompiled websites. This workaround is used t... [ Read full article ]

02 September 2008  6 Comments


EPiServer CMS 5 quick run in Visual Studio

by: Dmytro Duk

It is pretty easy to run a new EPiServer site for development. Just download and install the EPiServer CMS SDK, create EPiServer project in Visual Studio. Now it is almost ready. You can skip the membership and role providers configuration and log... [ Read full article ]

01 August 2008  4 Comments


When the edit interface works but all pages return 404

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

This is just a friendly reminder about what to do when all EPiServer pages return a plain 404 File not found, but the edit and admin interfaces work perfectly well. You may even notice that the site works perfectly well using the ASP.NET Developme... [ Read full article ]

30 June 2008  1 Comments


Module Packaging

by: Mari Jørgensen

  If you have installed the new demo package available on EPiServer World, you have already used the new module installation feature in the EPiServer CMS Manager. This feature is rather new, and IMHO one of the coolest things in EPiServer CMS 5. Y... [ Read full article ]

21 April 2008  6 Comments


Programmatically configure customErrors redirects

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

I previously posted a possible solution for handling 404 exceptions in EPiServer websites, but here's an alternative and possibly more elegant way of configuring custom error redirects for EPiServer. What I wanted to accomplish I wanted to be able... [ Read full article ]

09 February 2008  11 Comments


Handle 404 exceptions in EPiServer CMS

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

As many of you know, there is a comprehensive 404 handler available for download through EPiCode. However, I just wanted a simple way of specifying a PageID and have that page act as a 404 response. Easier said than done it seems I actually got my... [ Read full article ]

07 February 2008  10 Comments


If you're getting full postbacks with ASP.NET AJAX and EPiServer 4.62

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

After having 1) referenced System.Web.Extensions and 2) added all the necessary entries to web.config, we still got full postbacks when submitting through an UpdatePanel in an EPiServer 4.62 website. The solution As it turns out, the culprit was t... [ Read full article ]

07 February 2008  1 Comments


Unable to send e-mail without local SMTP server

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

When you try to send e-mail through an external SMTP server using the System.Net.Mail namespace classes, you may encounter an error saying " Cannot get IIS pickup directory". Often this has to do with permissions, but I recently discovered another... [ Read full article ]

12 December 2007  4 Comments

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