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Clojure for the Brave and True Is Off to the Printers!

about 2 years ago | Daniel Higginbotham: Flying Machine Studios

Today, my fantastic production editor at No Starch reached out and pressed the basketball-sized "RELEASE IT!" button at No Starch headquarters, encasing Clojure for the Brave and True cucumber-infused amber and sending it on its way to the bookeries of Melrose Park, Illinois. At least, I'm pretty sure that's what happend. Either way, the book is off to the printers! It's done! After two years of working on it, it's actually done! Aaaaaah! It'll be available at the beginning of September, and you can preorder it from No Starch (free ebook included with print book) or Amazon. (Leanpubbers, you'll be getting the fully-updated ebook by the time the book is published.) The main work (writing a book) is done, but there's actually still more stuff to do. I need to finish rebuilding the website to include all the updated content and to make it easier to add more content. What?!, you ask, more content?! Yes indeedy! The book may be finished, but there's still so much more to write about! Expect a Sidequests series by the end of the year. Thanks for all the pull requests, emails, comments, and other feedback. And I don't want to spoil the Acknowledgements section, but I want to give my Special Thanks to Jess Higginbotham, Alan Dipert, Bridget Hillyer, Joe Jackson, Pat Shaughnessy, Alex Rothenberg, Thomas Newton, Jalil Fanaian, Chris Parker, Christian Lilley, and Mark Daggett. I hope you're having a great day. I am! Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go rediscover what it feels like to have free time. Sock Gnome

Sitecore - Moving items from web to master

about 2 years ago | Sumit Bajaj: Sumit Bajaj's Blogs

In most of the cases, generally you create items in master database and publish to web/production data. However, sometimes few items are in web database and not in master. Reason can be anything, like you might have deleted it in master but did not publish the parent item or due to some other reason.If you are thinking, you will create package from web and deploy it in master, that will not work. :-) When you create package from master, it installs the items in master only and same is the case with web.Right and easy way to do is Transfer the item. Yes, you read it right. There is a provision in Sitecore to transfer the items from one database to another.Select the item which you want to transfer from one database to another. Right click on it and then select Copying. Click on Transfer. see screenshotOnce you click on Transfer, it opens up a popup box. Click 'Next'. see screenshotAfter clicking on next, you have to choose the database where you would like to transfer the item. In this case,master database is selected. see screenshotSelect the folder where you want to transfer the item on master database(in this case). Click 'Next' and it will transfer the item to master database.If you like the blog, kindly put your comments. You can write email to support@bajajsumit.com for any Sitecore or .Net related help.

DynamoDb & updating objects: it’s doesn’t react like SQL!

about 2 years ago | Kristof Mattei: Kristof's blog

Today I stumbled upon the following bug: We had an object with some properties that we wanted to update, but only if a certain property of that object is not set, i.e. it should be null. { "Id": 1, // Id is the HashKey } In this case we wanted to update the object with … Continue reading "DynamoDb & updating objects: it’s doesn’t react like SQL!" The post DynamoDb & updating objects: it’s doesn’t react like SQL! appeared first on Kristof's blog.

DynamoDb & updating objects: it’s doesn’t react like SQL!

about 2 years ago | Kristof Mattei: Kristof's blog

Today I stumbled upon the following bug: We had an object with some properties that we wanted to update, but only if a certain property of that object is not set, i.e. it should be null. { "Id": 1, // Id is the HashKey } In this case we wanted to update the object with … Continue reading "DynamoDb & updating objects: it’s doesn’t react like SQL!" The post DynamoDb & updating objects: it’s doesn’t react like SQL! appeared first on Kristof's blog.