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Query String Parameters Supported by http://feeds.sitecore.net

This short blog post lists some query string parameters that control results returned by the solution at http://feeds.sitecore.net/Feed/LatestPosts, which provides a curated RSS feed of information (primarily links to blog posts) about the Sitecore ASP.NET web Content Management System (CMS) and Experience Platform (XP). In the feed, Syndicated items appear in reverse chronological order. Note that the Chrome browser is not very helpful with formatting RSS feeds. I recommend Internet Explorer for consuming RSS in a browser.

The URL http://feeds.sitecore.net/Feed/LatestPosts supports the following query string parameters:

  • count: Maximum number of syndicated items to include in the feed. Default: 10.
  • skip: A number of syndicated items (in reverse chronological order) to exclude from the feed. Default: 0.
  • search: Filter syndicated items to those that include the keyword in their abstracts.

For example, to retrieve the ten most recent syndicated items:

For the 100 most recent syndicated items:

For the next 100 syndicated items (for example, when paging through the feed):

For the ten most recent syndicated items that include "xdb" in their abstract:

  • Hi John,  Sorry for asking the below question in this thread. :)   I've a requirement that when user clicks on a link. we need to trigger the goal. So have a written below logic one action method which used to call through AJAX request while user clicks the link.   if (Sitecore.Analytics.Tracker.IsActive && Sitecore.Analytics.Tracker.CurrentPage != null)             {                 var goalItem = Sitecore.Context.Database.GetItem(goal);                 var goalPageEvent = new PageEventItem(goalItem);                 var pageEventsRow = Sitecore.Analytics.Tracker.CurrentPage.Register(goalPageEvent);                  pageEventsRow.Data = goalItem.Name + " has been fired at "                     + DateTime.Now.ToString("F");                 //  pageEventsRow.ItemId = Sitecore.Context.Item.ID.Guid;                 //  pageEventsRow.DataKey = Sitecore.Context.Item.Paths.Path;                 Sitecore.Analytics.Tracker.Submit();             }  Here "goal" variable represents the ID of the goal. It's executing successfully without any exception. but i'm not view the changes in Goal analytic report in "Experience analytics" in sitecore. I'm using sitecore 8. Could you let me know Is there any issue in the code, If not how can we view that changes in analytic reports. In some articles saying that you will not able to view the changes in reports straight forward. You have an option to view the changes in "PageEvents" table in the sitecore analytics DB. Here one strange issue was that table was not exists in analytics DB. :(  Looking forward hear your thoughts on this.  Thanks in advance..  Regards, Kali Krishna

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