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Sumit Salpekar

Sumit Salpekar, an engineering graduate working as Lead Technical Consultant, is a Sitecore certified professional with 10 years of web development experience and 7 years of experience on Sitecore platform. He likes to explore challenging and trending topics in Sitecore. He worked on numerous Sitecore projects on multiple versions and deliver it successfully.

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A Guide to Creating a Custom Submit Action for Seamless Sitecore Forms Data Capture in Pardot

In my recent project, I encountered a crucial requirement – the need to seamlessly transmit Sitecore form submissions to Salesforce Pardot. I successfully implemented a custom submit action within Sitecore forms to fulfill this requirement. In this blog post, I will guide you through the step-by-step process, detailing the customization applied to Sitecore for achieving […]

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Unveiling the Essence: A Step-by-Step Guide to Building Your First Sitecore JSS App

Embarking on creating my first Sitecore JSS app has been a journey filled with exploration, learning, and a few challenges along the way. In this blog post, I will guide you through the step-by-step process of setting up the Sitecore JSS backend and configuring the front end using Next.js. Join me as I share my […]

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Sitecore 10.3 Installation Error: The Property ‘Value’ Cannot be Found on this Object

In my recent attempt to install Sitecore Experience Platform 10.3 Update 1 on my local environment using the Graphical Setup Package for XP Single, I encountered a perplexing roadblock. Despite providing all the required parameters during setup, the installation process came to a halt with an elusive error message: [IdentityServer_StopWebsite]:[Stop] <InstanceName>.dev.local The property ‘Value’ cannot […]

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From Shared to Final Layout: Sitecore Rendering Made Easy with PowerShell

In the course of one of our recent projects, we encountered a noteworthy challenge that arose from a customized rich text rendering solution. To enhance our Sitecore SXA capabilities, we developed a customized rendering by cloning an existing Sitecore SXA out-of-the-box component. The entire process was meticulously documented for the benefit of content authors, providing […]

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Enable the Suggest & Spellcheck feature in Solr

Apache Solr provides several functionalities, and recently, I have used the auto-suggest and spell-check functionality in my project. The primary requirement was to integrate functionality that offers suggestions on the search term. For example, a text box enabled the suggester component, which displays the list of suggestions as the user types a query term in […]

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Installation Errors While Setting Up Sitecore 10.x Instance with Docker

As a Sitecore developer, you might have faced some errors while working with Sitecore, especially during the setup/installation process. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the errors I encountered during the Sitecore getting started template setup through docker on my local machine. “Docker Desktop – WSL kernel version too low” This is […]

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Sitecore Content Serialization Series – Final Episode – Items Serialization, Packaging & Deployment

In the last episode, we configured the includes and rules in sitecore.json. In this episode, we will continue exploring Sitecore Content Serialization and learn multiple options required for serialization along with the item packaging and deployment. Serialize Items  We have built the modules, including items and rules. Now we need to serialize an object using different […]

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Sitecore Content Serialization Series – Episode 5 – Include and Rules Configuration

In the last episode, we installed all the Prerequisites and Configure the Modules. In this episode, we will talk about the Include and Rule configuration required for Sitecore Content Serialization. As we created a JSON file while creating a Module in the last episode, we will use the same JSON file to configure the Include […]

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Sitecore Content Serialization Series – Episode 4 – Prerequisites and Modules Configuration

In the previous three episodes of the Sitecore Content Serialization series, we have discussed the introduction to Sitecore Content Serialization, Serialization configuration with Command Line Interface (CLI), and Serialization configuration with Sitecore for Visual Studio (SVS). In this blog, we will continue exploring Sitecore Content Serialization and learn about the complete procedure of item serialization. […]

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Sitecore Content Serialization Series – Episode 03 – Setup using Sitecore for Visual Studio – GUI

In my last two blogs, we discussed the Introduction to Sitecore Content Serialization and Sitecore CLI configuration for SCS. In this blog, we are going to configure the Sitecore for Visual Studio. SVS is also introduced with Sitecore 10 release, and it’s a Visual Studio extension, which gives you a graphical view to interact with […]

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Sitecore Content Serialization Series – Episode 2 – Setup using CLI (Command Line Interface)

In the previous blog, we talked about Introduction to Sitecore Content Serialization, and in this blog, we are going to discuss the configuration required for Sitecore CLI. The Sitecore command line interface is newly introduced with Sitecore 10 release. This tool helps us to communicate with the Sitecore instance and push/pull and publish the serialized […]

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Sitecore Content Serialization Series – Episode 1 – Introduction

In this blog, let’s talk about the introduction to Sitecore Content Serialization. During development, developers move the content changes between numerous environments. Previously this can be done using Unicorn and TDS, and it worked well, but there was only one problem it’s not compatible with each other. As If we configure any one of the […]