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Showing posts with label Sitecore. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sitecore. Show all posts

Friday, April 19, 2019

Image tagging in Sitecore using Microsoft Computer Vision

Happy to share that I have created a module to add tags automatically to new or existing media library image item in Sitecore using Microsoft Computer Vision.

Watch the video for more details. 


Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Fixed : Sitecore multilist with search not showing data

In my Sitecore instance, I was not getting data in "Semantics" multilist with search field under "Tagging" section in Home item. By default this field should show atleast one value "Test tag".

Solution :-

Simply rebuild your master index. After that you should get data in multilist with search field.



Multilist with search
Multilist with search

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Sitecore Hackathon 2019 - Screenshot module


Happy to share that our RAS team participated in Sitecore Hackathon 2019 on Sat 2 Mar. We started our day at 6 AM and finished it around 10:30 PM.

Out of 6 different problem categories, we selected one of the category “Best enhancement to the Sitecore XP UI for Content Editors & Marketers” as our problem statement.

We have developed a Screenshot module for Sitecore Content and Experience Editor. It works like a charm.

Sharing below reference links for module video, Sitecore package and documentation.

I deliberately skipping all module details here in the hope that you will watch the video 😉.  Love to hear your comment(s), feedback(s) or suggestion(s).

RAS Team Sitecore Hackathon
RAS Team


Result will be announcements at the SUGCON EU 2019 on April 4th 2019 in London.

Till that time - stay tuned.

Saturday, February 23, 2019

How to execute Sitecore GraphQL query in Postman


GraphQL is querying technic to get the result in JSON format. 

It means now you can get Sitecore items in JSON format using GraphQL.

You can test your GraphQL query either directly on browser or on POSTMAN.
This article highlight how you can do the same using Postman GET and POST method.

Using POST Request

1.   Open Postman and create new Request
 
New Request Window
New Request Window

 
2.   Save Request by providing Request name, description etc.

Save Request Window
Save Request Window


3.   Select POST request type and enter request URL with “sc_apikey” query string as

Params in POST request
Params in POST request

4.    Select Body tab and select “raw” and format type as “JSON(application/json)”. Write your GraphQL query in body textbox as

Query in Body section
Query in Body section

This action add “Content-Type” as "application/json" in “Headers” tab.

5.   Click on “Send” button and you should get your query JSON result as

Post Request
Post Request


Using GET Request


1.   Open Postman and create new Request
2.   Save Request by providing Request name, description etc.
3.   Select GET request type and enter request URL with “sc_apikey” and “query” query string as “http://my-first-jss-app.dev.local/sitecore/api/graph/mygraphapi?sc_apikey={D259F575-F8E2-452F-8A1B-AB699CC6503C}&query={ search(fieldsEqual: [], first: 10, after: "3") { results { items {item {id name itemPath: path url } } } }}”. This will add key "sc_apikey" and “query” in “Params” section.

 
4.    Click on “Send” button and you should get your query JSON result as

Get Request
Get Request
Note:- While writing your query, just remove all escape lines. In other words, you must write your query in single line without any truncation.

That's it.
I hope you will use Postman for executing Sitecore GraphQL query.

Stay tuned for more such cool tricks.