After a while I finally found a slot of time for writing this. Sorry for the long wait, and let’s get started!
This is the third part of my series of posts on how to use Azure B2C for authenticating a customer within Sitecore. You definitely want to have a look at part 1, in which I give the intro to the scenario we’re tackling here, and also part 2, in which we configure Azure B2C with the settings we will need here.
Today let’s go ahead and discuss the actual implementation of our way to validate Sitecore users as customers via Azure B2C. You may want to check part 1 to get a sense of what we will cover here.
Before you all hate me, as I was writing this post it became evident that we will need to cover the actual code in a third part of this series – setting up the B2C directory and explaining some things about how will our app work has taken more writing than I originally anticipated. So, bear with me, ok?
Experience Analytics dashboard
Today let’s look at some of the possible causes of an undesired behavior that can be sometimes a pain to troubleshoot.
The symptom is very recognizable – you open up the Experience Analytics dashboard and you see a big bright red line telling you that a graph cannot be shown. This of course is due to an exception happening behind the scenes.
After years of refusing myself to blog about my job, I finally decided to share some things that may be useful to others, and of course what better way to start than talking about my platform of choice and a problem that may take days to troubleshoot.