Sitecore uses HttpContext.Current.Server.Transfer instead of HttpContext.Current.Server.TransferRequest so if you have UseServerSideRedirect set to “true” then you’ll get the error below to fix this please do the following:
There is a problem when serving large MP4 or PDF ONLY in IE and it turns out that it was because of Range Retrieval Requests. To make the story short (after being frustrated and started pulling my hair), it turns out that Sitecore by default uses Range Retrieval Requests for Media and there is a … More Sitecore 7.1 large Media Items mp4 or PDF problems with Range Retrieval Requests ONLY IE
Recently (I guess on SC 7) Sitecore changed the behavior of alwaysIncludeServerUrl so that it can also be used by Media item URL. Now, if you set alwaysIncludeServerUrl=”true” and in the code as we have been advised to use EnsurePrefix(‘/’ then the URLs for Media will look like this “/http:www.xxx.com/~/Media/blahblah” so it adds a leading slash. … More Sitecore.StringUtil.EnsurePrefix on GetMediaUrl with alwaysIncludeServerUrl=”true” will break the code on Sitecore7.xx
The UrlAgent Scheduler Task Module is similar to the Sitecore built-in UrlAgent in web.config except that there is ability to define the Urls in Sitecore and ask Scheduler Task to execute them. This is very helpful tool and it prevents Developers to do a web.config deployment just because they wanted to add a Url. The … More Sitecore UrlAgent Scheduler Task Module
Look for LinkManager section in Web.config and set the addAspxExtension to “false” instead of “true”
this is a bug As a workaround open the \App_Config\Include\Sitecore.Speak.config file and comment out the following line: After that Sitecore will use standard dialog instead of the Speak dialog.
Here We cheat and ask the crawler to index Home Item in the Core-Database We ask the DatabaseCrawler to add the Item in this case Home Item from Core-Datase but then we start running our code to grab the Users. Final code and here you can add the other properties that you want to index