We use Sitefinity's API to index your content
There are two things to check for in order for FUSE to gain access to your Sitefinity implementation:
- A web service must be configured for FUSE (or you can use an existing one) - docs.sitefinity.com/for-developers-client-side-programming-and-web-services.
If you're an administrator, log into Sitefinity's backend as you normally would and visit Administration > Web Services (under Settings & Configurations). You can review the supported Sitefinity content there to make sure everything you're interested in will work out of the box.
Assuming you're an admin, fill out the Create a new web service form then send us the relevant endpoints you've set up. Or give us admin credentials and ask us to do it!
- By default, the ability for anyone to authenticate into a web service is disabled - even if they have an administrator account (see docs.sitefinity.com/enable-basic-authentication-for-web-services). Please follow the instructions listed there (or below) to enable authentication into the web service available under Step 1. We can't complete this step for you unless we have code-level access to your site - please check with your Sitefinity partner.
Open the AuthenticationConfig.config file, located in your projects ~\App_Data\Sitefinity\Configuration folder and add the following section. Then save and close.
<authenticationConfig xmlns:config="urn:telerik:sitefinity:configuration" xmlns:type="urn:telerik:sitefinity:configuration:type" config:version="10.0.6400.0"> <relyingPartySettings enableBasicAuthenticationForBackendServices="True" /> </authenticationConfig> // This is not FUSE code - this is Sitefinity-provided code to allow access to its web services.
Supported Content over Sitefinity's API
- News items
- Blogs and Blog posts
- Events and Calendars
- Images and Image libraries
- Videos and Video libraries
- Documents and Document libraries
- Lists and List items
- Dynamic content
- Shared content blocks
- Flat and Hierarchical taxonomies
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