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Entries for July 2011

DotNetNuke 6.0 Extensions SnowCovered Integration

21 Jul

In my earlier blog post I mentioned that one of my favorite features of the new DotNetNuke 6.0 release is the ability to download and automatically install purchased extensions from SnowCovered within the installation.  In this posting I'll walk through the functionality as well as give my disclaimer and recommendation in regards to using this process.

tags: DNN, Tutorials, DNN Administration

DotNetNuke 6.0 and You!

21 Jul

As many of you might not have heard yet DotNetNuke version 06.00.00 was released last night.  You can read all about it on the Announcing DotNetNuke 6.0 page from DotNetNuke.  In this blog post I'll talk a little bit about what it this release means to you as a user in the community as well as share some insights and recommendations that I have to make the transition easier, and we will finish with information on a special offer from a known DotNetNuke Vendor.

tags: DNN, Announcements

Auto Packaging Multiple Modules with DotNetNuke

07 Jul

Like many people I have been building DotNetNuke Modules using Chris Hammond's DotNetNuke Module Template.  It is a great template set and works well in 99.9% of cases.  However, recently I have been building more and more complex module solutions for customers where within a single project I have a need to package up two or more "distinct" modules.  Therefore I have one DotNetNuke Module Manifest and it will install multiple modules.  Overall the process works great, but there is one small nuance, the filename, if you have two modules you will get xx.xx.xx.yy.yy.yy as the filename, which is the version of module 1, and the version of module two.  In my case I just want the first module to show, and in this post I'll show you how.

tags: DNN, DNN Development, Quick Tips

Resolving Recurring DotNetNuke Scheduler Errors

07 Jul

One thing that can kill a DotNetNuke quite quickly is a module that goes "rogue" and starts throwing regular errors in the scheduler.  This is especially the case when it comes to a module that might be heavily used.  Not only do you just have the fact that you are having errors, but you also have the issues around the fact that you can't find TRUE errors in the log.  In a world long ago, back in the DNN 4.4 - 4.8.x days there used to be an issue with certain modules that has apparently started to rear its ugly little head again and I'm not sure why.  In this post I'll investigate this specific error type.

tags: DNN, Quick Tips

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