Results for tag custom code
  • What's up with Custom Data?
    Matthew Sandstrom    —       —    Knowledge Base Article

    During your time working with Kentico, you may have stumbled upon a field whose name includes “CustomData.” These fields can be found in many of the E-commerce related objects, such as ShoppingCarts, Orders, and CalculationRequests. In some cases, such fields can come in handy, storing additional E-commerce information that the objects don’t already contain. Their utility is furthered by the fact that in many cases, CustomData fields are automatically transferred to related objects.

  • Kentico custom module for Order Item Properties
    Vibhuti Choubey    —       —    Question

    Hey!I have to develop a custom module for kentico ecommerce in which I want to display a form (in items tab of order) which lets me update the order item fields added by me in OrderItem module such...

  • Displaying the content tree programmatically
    Eric Dugre    —       —    Knowledge Base Article

    In this short technical article, I will show you some code that you can use to print out the content tree in its hierarchical order using our API. This code is only an example and has not been fully tested by Kentico. Please adjust the code as needed and only use it after testing in a secure environment.

  • ajax push data to backend method
    Brandon R    —       —    Question

    I am building a custom webpush notificaiton. I am getting the token that the service worker creates then using ajax to push it to my back end. My issue is the the response is always 500 and it ne...

  • run code on every page load
    Rita Mikusch    —       —    Question

    Hi,(Version 8.0)I have a piece of code that I'd like to run on every page load.I could create a custom RequestEvents handler ... but there are several items requested for every page load, so it'll ...

  • Simplify Your Upgrades with the Kentico Upgrade Tool
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Every new version of Kentico always has some changes that impact development. Whether it’s a new feature or the realignment of an API, there is no doubt there is going to be some updates that have to be made within your application. While this can be a daunting task for some, Kentico offers a great tool to help you through the process. In this article, I’ll show you how the Kentico Upgrade Tool can simplify your upgrades, and save you a lot of headaches.

  • Page Not Found - Portal Engine
    Suman Layek    —       —    Question

    How to forcefully redirect to the Page Not Found URL where Browser URL should not be changed. I need to create a same functionality as in Kentico but manually(through code). But I don't know how to...

  • RegisterRecord and TranslateColumn - MEDIAFILE and NODE types
    Lance Johnson    —       —    Question

    I'm staging a custom table that acts as an XREF table using Media File and Tree Node IDs.I followed the documentation using TranslationHelper.RegisterRecord and TranslationHelper.TranslateColumn bu...

  • Marketing automation - missing tab
    Tom Troughton    —       —    Question

    In a relatively fresh install of Kentico I've added a custom automation action to the code base. I've now gone into the admin UI to register this custom action and have found that the Marketing aut...

  • Adding a TeamUp Form Control to Kentico
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Many companies utilize SaaS applications for managing parts of their business. Calendar and scheduling products like TeamUp are great for administrating your corporate events and keeping everyone and everything on schedule.  Here at Kentico, we use TeamUp for a number of internal processes, including managing our blog release schedule. In this blog, I will show you how you can create a form control to integrate with TeamUp to sync your events to a specific calendar.