A simple solution (maybe too obvious to some) to a rather cryptic error. This error occurs if you use a MVC rendering (.cshtml or controller rendering) on a page whose Layout item points to a .aspx file. As in, make sure you have a MVC layout when adding MVC renderings to a page. Duh!
China has had strong data protection regulation for a while and it only seems to be getting tighter in 2019. Increasingly, clients running Sitecore as their digital CXM platform require multi-regional deployments, and deploying solutions in the APAC region usually tends to pose a challenge. A couple of years ago, it may have been easy enough to simply carve out some infrastructure local to China and direct all local language variant traffic to the instance. But this is no longer sufficient. China seems to have taken a lot of articles from GDPR and continues to add to them and make privacy law even from stringent. Sitecore has quite a few provisions OOTB for handling some of the GDPR articles and the other can be handled via either solution design, custom implementation or system architecture. Here is are some of the ToDos related to CSL, CDPR as they relate to GDPR. Compliance via solution design & custom implementation CSL & GDPR: Implement consent and
In all my experience delivering Sitecore solutions, and having worked for a few platinum implementation partners, I have come to know the "Crawl, Walk & Run" pitch quite well. To most customers, when they hear the crawl, walk and run, I think all they hear is Phase 1, Phase 2, other parking lot items. And guess what is often a Phase 2 item...enabling xDB and its features such as content personlization, visitor identification, campaign management etc. Implementation partners actually may help you justify this by giving various excuses such as, the implementation of these featured will have a significant impact to budget, timeline, etc. I think this has been the challenge Sitecore as a company has been trying very hard to overcome. Moreover, the past two Gartner reports show Sitecore neck to neck with Adobe as clear leaders in the Digital Marketing space but falling short on execution of it's experience management features (now digital exeprience). One of the bi