Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Friday, January 19, 2007
- Locate SystemMenu Information.xml (it's in sitecore\shell\Applications\Content Manager\Galleries\SystemMenu)
- Add the following two lines right beneath "<Border def:ID="Template" />"
That's pretty much it, now you'll get a count of how many children (if any) that exist on a selected item.
"Hacking" sitecore can sometimes really be that simple, ain't it awesome? :)
EDIT: Actually you probably want to swap the database part for something else to make it more robust, either get the DB by name or through the use of Sitecore.Context.ContentDatabase instead.
Thursday, January 18, 2007
- Open the management studio and connect to the server with sufficient rights
- start a blank query
- run "ALTER LOGIN X WITH PASSWORD = 'Y' UNLOCK" (replace X & Y with username and password of course)
By following the above steps you should now be able to go back to the user and uncheck the checkboxes without any trouble.
To make the changes without using the management studio you can run the following in a query..
To change the password and keep the MUST_CHANGE flag: ALTER LOGIN X WITH PASSWORD = 'Y' UNLOCK MUST_CHANGE
To uncheck the checkboxes for expiration and/or policy (change "OFF" to "ON" to check): ALTER LOGIN X WITH CHECK_EXPIRATION = OFF ALTER LOGIN X WITH CHECK_POLICY = OFF
Monday, January 15, 2007
Monday, January 08, 2007
- millions of lines of code
- thousands of pictures
- probably countless of somewhat important documents
- one hell of a laptop