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.Net developer for many years but now taking my first steps into the Tridion world!


Feb
15
awarded  Teacher
Feb
15
comment Disabling multiple ratings in Tridion UGC
I've had more time to look into the documentation and the sample and I'm not sure it's as useful as I'd have hoped for you. It seems to deal more with comments (you're obviously dealing with ratings) and the examples seem to be heavily focused on integration with Audience Manager. It does mention that: "For a variety of reasons, you may want to identify the Web site visitors who submit comments or ratings: - To prevent a visitor from rating an item more than once" and "Anonymous users can still be identified through cookies" but no explanation of how is included so this is no use!
Feb
14
answered Disabling multiple ratings in Tridion UGC
Feb
11
comment Tridion 2009 SP1 Publish HTML Fragment DCP to file store
Is it that HTML Fragments can never be stored on the file store? Will I HAVE to choose Plain Text as the output format?
Feb
11
comment Tridion 2009 SP1 Publish HTML Fragment DCP to file store
Chris, I've finally had chance to check your answer and it seems that outputting the DCP as an HTML fragment is inserted in the broker database regardless of the <txt> setting in the broker config file. I've updated the Text Component Presentation Binding to be <Binding Name="TextComponentPresentation" Class="com.tridion.broker.componentpresentations.FSTextComponentPresentationHome‌​"/> but still the html fragments are stored in the DB. Using these configurations, updating the DCP to output as plain text outputs to the file store correctly. Any ideas what I'm missing?
Feb
11
awarded  Editor
Feb
11
revised Tridion 2009 SP1 Publish HTML Fragment DCP to file store
Put back 'Dcp' as this is the value used in the cd_broker_conf.xml configuration file
Feb
11
awarded  Scholar
Feb
11
awarded  Supporter
Feb
11
comment Tridion 2009 SP1 Publish HTML Fragment DCP to file store
Cheers Chris - It's not that I don't want to use the txt type, it just makes sense that if I choose HTML Fragment in the CT, it should be added to the file store as a .html file. The above description makes perfect sense though - thanks for the description of each option. If only the documentation had the same!
Feb
11
awarded  Student
Feb
11
asked Tridion 2009 SP1 Publish HTML Fragment DCP to file store
Feb
11
awarded  Autobiographer