Monthly archives: November, 2017

SIF – Setting the Custom Errors Mode

By default, Sitecore 9 ships with the customErrors mode set to RemoteOnly. I’m not complaining.  But if you’re using SIF to configure a QA server, you may want to change that.   In a push to have infrastructure as code, the module below actually does this for you.  Here’s the modlue:

Nothing really fancy here. …


Using SIF to Install Sitecore Packages

One of the neat things about the SIM tool was the ability to upload a package to a fresh install of Sitecore.  This was great for installing things like a 301 redirect module, WFFM, or anything else that was boilerplate for your instance.  With SIF, that functionality isn’t present out of the box.  But… now…


SIF – Changing the Website Install Folder

By default. SIF installs Sitecore in “<SystemDrive>\inetpub\wwwroot\<SiteName>”.  That’s not ideal for me, as I don’t put any real data on my C drive. It all goes on my D drive.  How can we fix this?  We’ll need to make one change to two different files. In either sitecore-XP0.json or xconnect-xp0.json, look for the following line:…


SIF-less Version 0.5.0 – More Requirements Checks!

One of the biggest feedbacks from SIF-less’s release was that while the validation checks in the Test Window were nice, there were some instances where the validation would pass, but the install would still fail.  This release closes some of those gaps and adds in a few more tests to ensure you have a higher…