Posts Tagged ‘Sitecore Powershell’

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Sitecore Powershell 7: Creating Reports

One scenario you may encounter is wanting to create a report containing information about our Sitecore instance and its content. In this blog, we will see a few methods of how we can create reports using Sitecore Powershell. Exporting Data as Plain Text File Using Out-Download Command The Out-Download command is used to prompt the […]

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Sitecore Powershell 6: Working with Item References

We have seen scenarios where we want to know about Item references. For instance, suppose we want to get a list of items that have SideContent Rendering assigned to their presentation. This is the exact kind of information that we are going to extract using different commands detailed in this post. One thing to note […]

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Sitecore Powershell 5: Working with Renderings

Renderings are one of the most important parts of the Sitecore Presentation. With Sitecore Powershell, we can extract information about renderings that are attached to particular item. Let’s see different commands that can be used to extract and manipulate the rendering information of an item. Get-Rendering Using this command, we can get the information about […]

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Sitecore Powershell 4: Using ContentSearch API with the Help of Find-Item

In previous posts of this blog series, we have seen how we can use Get-Item and Get-ChildItem to fetch items from our Sitecore instance. Get-ChildItem command is very slow if we have a large number of items to fetch. This is the same when we try to fetch a large number of items by using […]

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Sitecore Powershell 3: Filtering the Result Set Using Where-Object

In the previous post, we saw how to use Get-Item and GetChildItem to retrieve information about Sitecore items. These are useful when we want every item that fits under the given Path to be retrieved. Now, let’s discuss more about what problems can be solved using Where-Object. Get-ChildItem cmdlet retrieves a list of children of […]

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Sitecore Powershell 2: Retrieving Item Information

In my last post, I gave an overview of Sitecore Powershell and how to install the Sitecore Powershell Extension. Sitecore Powershell can also be used to work with Sitecore items. In this blog, we will see how we can use it to retrieve information about items in our content tree. We would be using Get-item […]

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Sitecore Powershell Extension 1: Installation and Overview

The Sitecore Powershell Extension is a module that provides a command-line interface and scripting environment to work with the Sitecore platform. Using the Powershell Extension, we can perform various operations of Sitecore items, as well as allow access to Sitecore APIs. It looks and works in the same way as the Windows Powershell utility. Sitecore […]