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Sitecore

Expose local server ports to the Internet with ngrok

ngrok allows you to expose a web server running on your local machine to the internet. Just tell ngrok what port your web server is listening on. If you don’t know what port your web server is listening on, it’s probably port 80, the default for HTTP. So, what exactly I can do in the […]

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Announcement Sitecore

New feature in Sitecore 10.1 – SolR Indexing retry

In Sitecore 10.1 (released in February 2021) was introduced a new functionality that will make indexing data to SolR to retry an operation if the first attempt to run the operation fails. Makes sense to activate this functionality when there are network problems on your SolR setup or there are other kind of availability issues. […]

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Announcement Sitecore

Sitecore MVP 2021

For the forth year in a row, I am happy to announce that I have been named Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Sitecore! I am one of only 170 Sitecore professionals worldwide that have been awarded an MVP title in the Technology category and 284 Sitecore MVPs altogether this year. This year, I am one […]

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Performance Sitecore

Performance: disable Sitecore watchers in Azure webApp

I order to improve performance of a Sitecore solution that is hosted in Azure webApp its recommended to remove the Sitecore FileWatchers. Sitecore FileWatchers are “watching” various folders in the disk for changes (delete, create, rename) and this process is consuming in Azure webApps and prone to instance restarts. All FileWatchers in Sitecore are defined […]

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Sitecore SolR

How to install SolR 8.4.0 for Sitecore 10

Since Sitecore 10 was released, you need a new version of SolR on your working system. Right now Sitecore 10 needs SolR 8.4.0 There are couple of ways to have SolR 8.4.0 on your working system. #1 The Solr-Singledeveloper.json deployment configuration file installs and configures Solr with SSL. You can do this from any of […]