Update solrconfig.xml and/or managed-schema on the fly in your running SolrCloud instance on Kubernetes

Friends, Sitecorians, world citizens, lend me your ears. What excellent stuff Microsoft has to offer. Did you guys watch the Microsoft Build 2022? If not, check out the videos on youtube NGINX is coming to Azure.This is great.https://www.nginx.com/blog/introducing-f5-nginx-for-azure-load-balancing-available-natively-as-saas-offering-on-microsoft-azure/ DAPR, DAPR, DAPR. The sidecar pattern, and it’s not only for Kubernetes. Meaning you can take advantage … More Update solrconfig.xml and/or managed-schema on the fly in your running SolrCloud instance on Kubernetes

A powerful combination – Sitecore CLI, GitHub Actions, and Sitecore PowerShell Extensions

Developers may Sitecore be with you πŸ™‚ I hope you enjoyed Sitecore’s Virtual Developer Day 2022! And if you missed it, don’t worry πŸ™‚ You will find all the wonderful recordings on YouTube – Sitecore Virtual Developer Day 2022 Tody’s post will be a “follow up” on the previous post – Run Sitecore CLI within … More A powerful combination – Sitecore CLI, GitHub Actions, and Sitecore PowerShell Extensions

MixedItemNameResolver saves the day – 404 page for your Sitecore Headless(JSS) SSR app when using display names in URL

Dear Sitecore developers, don’t forget to attend Sitecore Virtual Developer Day 2022. A lot of cool sessions will be there for you πŸ™‚ Today I want to share my pain and findings when setting up a 404 page for Sitecore Headless(JSS) SSR apps. First a shout to the post – 404 Error handling in JSS … More MixedItemNameResolver saves the day – 404 page for your Sitecore Headless(JSS) SSR app when using display names in URL

Run Sitecore CLI within your Kubernetes cluster using self-hosted GitHub actions

Dear Sitecorians, I hope you are well out there, and I know that many of us are not well here in Europe. So my thoughts and prairies are with you, Ukraine. Today’s post will be about running self-hosted GitHub Actions within your Kubernetes cluster. So what’s so special about that? Instead of setting up a … More Run Sitecore CLI within your Kubernetes cluster using self-hosted GitHub actions

Sitecore Commerce 10.2 adventures – SwitchOnRebuild SolrCloud

Happy Sitecore developers πŸ™‚I hope you are all good out there and are enjoying life. If not, I suggest that you (at once) sign up for Sitecore User Group Conference – SUGCON Europe 2022. Very cool sessions and it’s located in the beautiful Budapest πŸ™‚ Today’s post will be about Sitecore Commerce 10.2 and implementing … More Sitecore Commerce 10.2 adventures – SwitchOnRebuild SolrCloud

Magical Github Actions – Setup and run your local Docker Sitecore instance with Github Actions and workflow inputs

Merry Christmas dear Sitecorians! I hope you guys are well and enjoying December πŸŽ… Today’s blog post will be about running your local Docker Sitecore instance with Github Actions using workflow inputs – it’s… Before we start, I would like to give a shout out to all you Sitecore Meetups organizers who are doing online … More Magical Github Actions – Setup and run your local Docker Sitecore instance with Github Actions and workflow inputs

Sitecore Command Line error on dotnet sitecore login

Hey fellow developers, this is a very short post πŸ™‚ I recently got an error when trying to do a dotnet sitecore login. This was indeed strange, I have never seen this before. After tons of hair-pulling, I found the culprit. It turned out to be the user.json file in the .sitecore folder. I had … More Sitecore Command Line error on dotnet sitecore login

Setup SolrCloud for Sitecore 10 in Kubernetes

Dear fellow Sitecore developers, I hope you are well out there πŸ™‚ What a month November was/is! Sitecore released 10.2 and Microsoft released .Net 6 and VisualStudio 2022 – Pure joy for all .Net developers! What I really like about the Sitecore 10.2 release is that Horizon now supports Sitecore JSS or as it is … More Setup SolrCloud for Sitecore 10 in Kubernetes

Naming things is hard, naming index field is scarier

Friends, Sitecorians, country(wo)men, lend me your ears! I hope you all enjoyed the Sitecore Symposium, and for those who missed it – It’s not too late. All sessions are there, ready for you to watch and be amazed. πŸ™‚ Before we start, I would like to give a shout out to all you Sitecore Meetups organizers who … More Naming things is hard, naming index field is scarier

Add extra parameters to your BizFx container/pod in Sitecore Commerce 10

Hello happy Sitecorians. The Sitecore Symposium is near and guess what, it’s all free, so register at once πŸ™‚ Today’s post will be about how to add extra parameters to yourΒ BizFx – The Sitecore Commerce Business Tools. In our scenario, we want to be able to set the default environment name when the BizFx container/pod … More Add extra parameters to your BizFx container/pod in Sitecore Commerce 10