Specifying an order When calling the ConfigurePipeline method on Framework.Pipelines.SitecorePipelinesConfigBuilder you can specify an integer for the “order” parameter. This value specifies the order in which to run your configuration, not the order of the individual pipeline block. For example, when creating my TaxJar plugin I wanted to replace the out-of-the-box tax calculation...
A is for (Pipeline) Argument
B is for BootstrapB is for (Pipeline) Block
C is for ComponentC is for CommanderC is for ConfigureSitecoreC is for CommandsController
E is for Entity
P is for PolicyP is for PluginP is for Pipeline
M is for Model
T is for Tax
“You use policies to define Commerce Engine configuration. A policy is a group of settings that control the behavior of a specific piece of functionality within the Commerce Engine. ” – From . Cool, it’s a way to define configuration, but how do I define it, access it, specify it for different environments and ship it as part of my plugin? Examples below are taken from my...
Setting up a new instance of Sitecore XC 9.2 I experienced the following error: ERROR Cannot create tracker. Exception: Sitecore.XConnect.Client.XdbModelConflictException Message: One or more local models conflict with the xDB service layer. 'RegisterConnectEventModel, 0.1' does not have a remote version It looks like this has been happening since Sitecore 9.0 (see here: ) and the resolution is...