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Feeds in v10

I am using the following on a v10 store localhost/x-feed.xyz.aspx, xyz being the name of the package. It redirects to localhost/xmlpackage/feed.xyz?disableTemplate=True with the following output:

http://localhost/ XYZFeed en-GB 2016-10-17T12:11:52.6253155+01:00 2016-10-17T12:11:52.6253155+01:00

allowengine=true is in the xml package. Couldn't find anything relevant about feeds or disabletemplate in the online help!

How can I get the feed to work, please?

asked Oct 17, 2016 in MultiStore by esedirect (395 points)

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HI, yes, that is correct and worked on my local tests. Based on above, it's working for you to as it's publishing the local and date of the feed...

But data seems missing...

Thank you,
Jan

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answered Oct 18, 2016 by jsimacek (6,655 points)
Yup. Quite right. It was data! I really should've known better! Thanks for confirming though.
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