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  • Using Personalized Find

    Episerver recently released Personalized Find (PF), a new product that delivers improved relevancy to visitors thereby helping to increase conversions on your website. Specifically, when used with Episerver Commerce, PF uses each individual's...

  • Beginners Guide: Output caching in EPiServer

    Introduction   Output caching is not a new concept. There is a variety of project that people try to implement output caching, but how to do it in EpiServer? What is Output caching? The main purpose of using Output Caching is to dramatically impro...

  • A curious case of SQL execution plan, part 2

    Recently I wrote about how to look into, identify and solve the problem with a SQL Server execution plan – as you can read here: http://vimvq1987.com/2017/10/curious-case-sql-execution-plan/ I have some more time to revisit the query now, and I...

  • Fixing DDS mapping issue

    An error you typically get looks like this: The Type 'EPiServer.Personalization.VisitorGroups.VisitorGroupCriterion' needs to be remapped in the Dynamic Data Store, see the Errors collection for more information. Remapping can be done by applying...

  • How The Episerver 'Installation' And 'Update' Powershell Functions Work Under Da Hood

    Recently I've been working with a client to improve their continuous integration process, using TeamCity and octopus.  As part of this process, I started looking at how we could copy our SQL changes.  If you've read, How To Create A New Episerver...

  • A curious case of SQL execution plan

    I said this, and I will repeat it here: SQL Server optimizer is smart, and in most of the cases, it’s smarter than you and me (I have no doubt that you are smart, even very, very smart 🙂 ). So most of the case, you leave it to do whatever it thin...

  • Redis can be an EPiServer event broker too

    When EPiServer runs in a load-balanced environment, the servers rely on exchanging messages about system events with each other. At the moment, EPiServer supplies four event providers. This post is about implementing a new event provider, using...

  • Reviewing Episerver trainings: CMS Fundamentals and Commerce Online Bootcamp

    I have had the privilege to participate in couple of Episerver’s trainings. Both for the CMS and for the Commerce. CMS training was a 3-day CMS fundamentals course and the Commerce was a 5-day online boot camp session. For those who are thinking...

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