Create Sitecore Commerce items with a script – Part 3 (Category)

In the previous articles of this serie, I have shown you how to create some utility scripts and how to create a new catalog in your XC database. We’ll create now some categories under our new catalog. Let’s open Business Tools, create two categories and see what request and payload are sent from our clientContinue reading “Create Sitecore Commerce items with a script – Part 3 (Category)”

Create Sitecore Commerce items with a script – Part 2 (Catalog)

In the last article, we created the utility functions to get the authorization token and to build the request headers. Now let the fun begin and let’s create some items. In a new Sitecore Commerce repository, we’ll need a Catalog to begin with. We can check in the Postman API collection if there is aContinue reading “Create Sitecore Commerce items with a script – Part 2 (Catalog)”

Create Sitecore Commerce items with a script – Part 1 (Utils)

Importing and exporting single Sitecore Commerce items is not easy, there is no OOTB serialization of single items as we have for Sitecore CMS items. This is because Sitecore XC items are virtual items which are shown in Content Editor using Commerce Engine Connect Catalog Provider. The provider is defined in Sitecore.Commerce.Engine.DataProvider.config There is aContinue reading “Create Sitecore Commerce items with a script – Part 1 (Utils)”

Docker: Comment déboguer et choisir le bon tag.

Avec la sortie de Sitecore XP 10 cet été, Docker est désormais un très bon environnement pour développer et tester des projets sitecore. Il y a certainement beaucoup de documentation, mais je suis toujours un peu incertain sur la façon de déboguer un conteneur docker pendant qu’il se construit. Choisir le bon tag pour mesContinue reading “Docker: Comment déboguer et choisir le bon tag.”

Docker: Have The Right Tag and Debug Containers Easily

With the release of Sitecore XP 10 this summer, Docker is now a very good environment to develop and test sitecore projects. There are a lot of documentation around, but I was at time a little bit unsecure about how to debug a docker container while it builds. Hitting the right tag for my imagesContinue reading “Docker: Have The Right Tag and Debug Containers Easily”

Comment installer Sitecore Storefront 10 avec Docker

Spoiler: C’était pas facile ! A partir de la version 9 de Sitecore, il a été possible d’installer Sitecore XP et XC sur Docker. L’installation n’était pas simple et nécessitait beaucoup de patience et une très bonne compréhension du fonctionnement de Docker et de la manière dont les différentes parties de Sitecore interagissent les unesContinue reading “Comment installer Sitecore Storefront 10 avec Docker”

Setup Sitecore Content Serialization

One of the most exciting new features in Sitecore 10 is the Sitecore Content Serialization (SCS), a tool for serializing, sharing, version controlling and deploying content items. It replaces external tools like TDS or Unicorn. In this article, I’ll walk you through how to easily configure SCS to start serializing your items in no time.Continue reading “Setup Sitecore Content Serialization”

Install a SSL certificat to your Sitecore site

I was installing locally Sitecore XP 9.2 for a new project and saw that only HTTP was installed out of the box by the Sitecore Install Assistant to access the new site. In this short article, I will explain how to create a new Self Signed Certificate on your server, and create a HTTPS bindingContinue reading “Install a SSL certificat to your Sitecore site”

Migrer des fichiers multimédia d’un stockage de compte Azure a un autre

Un de nos clients mettait à niveau son installation Sitecore multisite / multilingue de la version 9.0.1 à 9.3, et devait migrer des gigaoctets de fichiers multimédia. Bien sûr, transf´érer les éléments Sitecore était facile, il suffit simplement de créer un package et de l’importer sur le nouveau site – je vais vous montrer commentContinue reading “Migrer des fichiers multimédia d’un stockage de compte Azure a un autre”

Migrating Sitecore medialib items from an Azure Storage Account to another one

One of our customer was upgrading his multisite/multilanguage Sitecore installation from version 9.0.1 to 9.3, and had gigabytes of media to move from the old site to the new one. Of course, moving the Sitecore items was easy, it was just to create a package and import it to the new site – I’ll showContinue reading “Migrating Sitecore medialib items from an Azure Storage Account to another one”