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PHP SOSE Example I promised a blog post giving PHP examples of the SOSE (Saxotech Online object) in the comments section on this page a few weeks back. Here it is!   The official documentation is a little light on PHP examples for the SOSE scripting object. We at Tamberra have been using PHP as […]

January 14, 2014

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Oh, documentation: The first thing that gets cut when timelines shorten, the last things developers want to write, and the first thing we need when picking up a new project or joining a new team.   There are always extremes. The minimalist says, “The code IS the documentation.” On the other extreme is the developer […]

November 13, 2013

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SERVER SIDE I attended the Saxotech Conference in 2012 and went to a workshop called Effective Template Design. My goal for attending this conference was to find a way to speed up my client’s sites. Their code had been written by another developer and my goal at the time was to take this code and […]

November 1, 2013

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Many saxotech tags output a list of objects: newslist, contentlist, links, etc. The object files that create the markup for those tags have a concept of a wrapper object file and item object file. For example, the newlist tag’s wrapper file is news.pbo and its item object file is newsitem.pbo. newsitem.pbo creates the markup for […]

September 20, 2013

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I was researching building a tag cloud for our blog on this site. I had worked with Saxotech on one many moons ago that utilized a stored procedure in the db and the custom query functionality provided via online tags. You can find a version of this in Saxo docs here: https://docs.saxotech.com/display/Onl/Tag%20Cloud   While this […]

September 6, 2013

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While working on adding some extra fields to an article in the EI via publicus.ini, I was having some issues deciding on what the field names should be called. I am adding quite a few fields so they need to be distinctive and I was tryyyying to be user friendly. While making a few changes […]

August 7, 2013

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