There could be numerous reasons why this Episerver Find error message pop ups for you. Your Find nuget packages could need reinstalling. Maybe you forgot to include the index details in the web.config? or your index itself is expired. For me, my adblocker extension in Chrome was blocking any communications to the Find Index. TurnContinue reading “Episerver – The Find user interface is currently not available, please try again later.”
To fix; Inside web.config set optimizeCompilations to false
Since Umbraco 7.7, gone are the old ways you can reset your password by simply updating directly against the DB. Clear passwords no longer works and the admin tool created for easily doing this needs an update too since time of writing this post. Here’s what you can do in the mean time if youContinue reading “Umbraco 8 Reset back office password on local”
I was asked once by a client to build some functionality that allowed editors to create forms on the fly without developer effort. EPiServer did the work for us. Here’s an overview on Forms. Out of the box EPiServer Forms boast the following form elements ready to use: Text, Text Area, Number, DateTime, Range, Url,Continue reading “EPiServer Forms – Quick Start”
System.InvalidOperationException: Cannot find compilation library location for package ‘Microsoft.AspNetCore’ Most likely you’ve upgraded your aspnetcore version and you have not cleared the existing files before deployment. If you’re using Azure DevOps as your build and release server you can enable “Remove Additional Files at destination” on your release step.
Whilst upgrading from AspNetCore 2.0 to 2.1, some of the StartUp configuration had changed slightly and part of the upgrade required me to refactor code into the webhost builder. However as a result I didn’t quite do everything and after deploying to azure web app, I was hit with a 502 response. An exception beingContinue reading “AspNetCore Debugging Startup issue in Azure Web App”
Anyone updating to AspNetCore 2.1.3 to an Azure Web App may want to hold off. Azure Deployments hasn’t been updated yet and is scheduled to be completed in a weeks time. Downgrade to Microsoft.AspNetCore.App 2.1.0 for now. Source: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2018/08/21/net-core-august-2018-update/
This particular nugget has screwed with me for a few days. When attempting to run a standard EPiServer Find index, my log files were getting flooded with this: An exception occurred while indexing (Content): MapperParsingException[failed to parse [Blocks.Items.Blocks.Items.DefaultPrice.UnitPrice.Currency]]; nested: ElasticSearchIllegalArgumentException[unknown property [CurrencyCode$$string]]; . Contact episerver support to get them to move your index to aContinue reading “EPiServer Find Index – unknown property”
Getting the above issue on your local machine? Install WebSocket Protocol via Windows Add/Remove Features. Should solve your issue.