Following my post on how to prevent Sitecore from tracking the user pattern, I am writing today on how to boost the user pattern programmatically. The reason I am writing this up is because there were some question about it on the Sitecore StackExchange and also, I had been given a task where I should boost the user pattern on certain conditions. So, let’s proceed.
Yesterday, I was implementing a module which reads from a file and then populate the Sitecore fields. The main issue I was facing is the datasources of the Treelist, MultiList, Droplink and so on. The query in the datasources were complexed.
Following the past few days, I have been working on a proof of concept which is based on the Sitecore Pattern Cards. The concept of Pattern Cards is to map profile values to specific types of visitors and implement personalization rules.
Sitecore Publishing Service (SPS) is a great module designed by Sitecore. The SPS module provides an enormous gain in publishing performance. Large number of items including media items can be published in less than 10 mins. You may read my previous post on the installation of the Publishing Service 1.0 here.
I was setting up the Sitecore Publishing Service 2.0 on our staging environment during the last couple of days. Things were going well and the Sitecore Publishing Service has been set up properly. Triggering a publish item was working as expected.
During the past few weeks, I have been working on a module which makes use of the Sitecore Analytics. I had to manipulates goals, profiles and outcomes programmatically. Especially Outcomes as it can only be triggered programmatically. Moreover, following a question on Sitecore StackExchange, I decided to blog about it. Continue reading
During the last few days, I was working on a module where I had to tag different Sitecore items with a profile card programmatically. At first, I thought it was an easy task but it came out it wasn’t.