Sitecore uses the extensive log4net logging framework to handle the large volume of logging entries it generates. Sometimes vague log entries can leave you scratching around trying to find where they originated from. This post explores some simple steps to add useful detail to, and real-time viewing of, the Sitecore log.
This XmlException can occur within a Sitecore site where a general link field contains just plain text, for example a template flipped from link field to text field or just editing in raw.
Clear the field and re-populate with a valid target.
EDIT: 2012-May-24 This project has now moved to http://redirectmanager.codeplex.com
A quick update: The currently available blank database must be attached via Sql2008 R2 instance or later. For earlier versions there is now a revised SQL create script.
A quick post to say that I’ve finally uploaded my shared source ‘Redirect Manager’ module to http://trac.sitecore.net/RedirectManager/
There isn’t anything new here, more a case of just wrapping up some posts and tying some events together.