It would appear that Sitecore’s mail settings are, mostly, in a handful of settings in web.config. At one level, they are, and a simple patch file can be used to set them for your system. For example… Continue reading “Annoying Sitecore Email Settings”
The project I’m working on makes fairly extensive use of Sitecore’s search functionality, and I realised that one problem I could foresee was that of Index updates. When rebuilding the search index, by default Sitecore deletes the existing index, and then builds a new one. While this is going on, search is not available. That’s not really acceptable… Continue reading “Sitecore – Switching Indexes on Rebuild”
Just a quick tip; I am using Patch files to update some of the settings of my Sitecore instance. Some of these settings are also patched by the standard Sitecore config files. How do I make sure that they apply last?
Well, it turns out they’re processed in alphabetical order. That’s fine, I can prefix files with ‘z’. But there’s an even better tip – subfolders are applied later. So I’ve added a folder called ‘custom’ and it is applied after all the default patch files.
I found this here: http://www.partechit.nl/en/blog/2014/03/sitecore-and-the-last-include