Knowledge base articles you may find useful no. 6

It has been a month since I published my last post on KB articles that you may find interesting, so it’s time for a new set of articles which may help you deliver the functionality you need.
This time I will start with very helpful information about our staging module when synchronizing bigger files. You may receive error message like this one:

The request failed with HTTP status 404: Not Found

What you need to do to avoid this error is described in Brian McKeiver’s  quick tip blog post: Staging large files. Additionaly, you may need to change the request limits in your IIS too (IIS 7.5).

New in KB articles

How to initialize the Azure storage emulator on a local SQL server - This article takes you through this process using the built-in DSInit Command-Line Tool.

How to handle IIS errors on the Azure cloud hosting environment - This article describes how to handle this and to get more details about the problem. Demonstrating a real example, the “500 – Internal server error”, the process can also be used with any other IIS error message hosted on Azure.

Creating a simple media library gallery with the lightbox effect - Currently there is no dedicated lightbox media gallery web part available, however it’s easy to set up a similar scenario with a third party lightbox script.

Using dependency fields in forms - Version 7 of Kentico enables you to create dependent fields on forms without any programming. In this knowledge base article we will create an input-dependent field on our form containing macros.

REST services on IIS 6 - This article deals with how to establish REST services with Kentico CMS on IIS 6.

Adding a filter to the BizForm data listing page - Kentico doesn’t include a filter when displaying the data of a BizForm in CMSDesk / Tools / Forms / / Data. However it’s easy to add a simple one yourself.
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Juraj Ondrus

Hi, I am the Technical support leader at Kentico. I'm here to help you use Kentico and get as much as possible out of it.