Thinking of updating the default DXA blueprinting structure? I’ve outlined some of the common scenarios to help consider how to best structure your DXA implementation.
Hoping this blog will help you guys if you receive the same error I encountered today whilst configuring the Tridion 2013 SP1 deployer as a .Net application.
The guys from Content Bloom recently attended the first ever Tridion Developers Summit 2014 so I wanted to shout my enthusiasm from the rooftops in the hopes of attracting even more people next year!
I recently installed Content Porter 2009 SP2 Server and Client on the same server as the SDL Tridion Content Manager(CM) 2011 SP1.
Exporting worked totally fine, the zip was created and sat there just dying to be imported… so I thought ‘great, just a quick test of importing and I’m done’.
So I have to work this evening… want to know why? Because today my Tridion virtual machine magically stopped publishing after a reboot, I could smell Java libraries from the start!
Let me explain…
I went to bed feeling pretty satisfied after a long, hard day of coding. Same as any other day I simply closed the lid of my laptop to send my computer into hibernation, I foolishly (I admit) left my VM running.