We created another evaluation guide to help you folks working with Sense/Net 6.0.
The second guide from the series will teach you about the basic principles such as Workspaces, Lists, Check-out/Check-in, Version control and the benefits of Workflow versus Simple approval. In the second part we will show you how to build an Intranet site using workspaces and lists.
You can find the tutorial here: http://www.sensenet.com/documents/sensenet_collab_eval_guide.pdf
The first guide can be ... [More]
We're happy to announce a little guide to all of our existing and future partners which will help you to take the first steps with Sense/Net 6.0 and build a sample product listing site.
This guide describes the basic principles including the Pages, the Smart Application Model, the Query syntax and The Skin System. In the second part of the guide you will learn how to define a Content Type and it's Content View then use it in different Portlets.
You can find the guide here: http://www.sens... [More]
Are you using XSLT to render pages in Sense/Net? I'm sure you have already seen NaN when you wanted to work with numbers.NaN is a value of numeric data type representing an undefined or unrepresentable value.This could happen, for example, when you're trying to access the value of a Number Field of an unset referenced Content.
If you still want to use some value instead of NaN then you may find this piece of code useful:[code:xml]<xsl:variable name="priceOfBooks" select="sum(Fields/Price)" /... [More]