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When I load the page in Experience Editor for the first time, I am able to get Context.pagemode.IsExperienceEditor as true. We have a few ajax begin forms on the page. When I call any method in the page we will be validating a filter and if it's Experience Editor then we allow access to the method, I am getting Context.PageMode.IsExperienceEditor as false invalidation method.

As a result, the 302 redirection happens resulting in CORS error. This was working fine earlier in all environments. But currently not working in a QA environment.

Note: We didn't make changes to the code at all.

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  • DId you try this in javascript, where you have ajax calls - var isPageEditor = function(){ return !!(Sitecore && Sitecore.PageModes && Sitecore.PageModes.PageEditor); }; if(isPageEditor()) { // Write your logic here } Dec 10, 2021 at 3:45
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    I was able to resolve this issue by checking for sc_mode=edit in UrlReferrer. Dec 10, 2021 at 8:32
  • Add this as an answer and accept that. Dec 10, 2021 at 11:07

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If you are using a Glass Mapper in your project solution then you can use the below code snippet to find out IsExperienceEditor or not:

 var isInEditMode = Html.Glass().IsInEditingMode;

You can define the above variable on top of your .cshtml view code and assign it to any HTML hidden field.

    @{
       var isInEditMode = Html.Glass().IsInEditingMode;
     }
    <input type="hidden" id="isEditMode" name="isEditMode" value="@isInEditMode" />

Now you can retrieve the above value into your javascript/JS code as:

let isExperienceMode = this.$el.querySelector('#isEditMode')
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Try to use this code in the view and pass parameter value to Ajax call.

@{
    var value = Sitecore.Context.PageMode.IsExperienceEditor;
}

and you can use this value in hidden field.

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I was able to resolve this issue by checking for sc_mode=edit in UrlReferrer

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