CADUG Upgrade - DotNetNuke v6.2.1

CADUG Upgrade - DotNetNuke v6.2.1

Published on Tuesday, July 17, 2012

CADUG Upgrade - DotNetNuke v6.2.1

Incremental Upgrade

Today, I upgraded the CADUG website to DotNetNuke v6.2.1 from v6.2.0.  We try to keep things current here as best as possible.  I also updated the Events module to v6.0.2 from v6.0.1 and I updated the Form & List module to v6.0.2 as well.  We have a couple of third party modules that need some updates, but I'm not sure how you go about getting updates on the new DotNetNuke Store (a.k.a SnowCovered)  There used to be a place for upgraded versions that you got support for, but I don't know where that is now on the site.   So we will just wait and upgrade those third party modules at another time.

We have several community features enabled, and more coming, so please check out the Forums, the Wall, the Membership Directory, etc.  Go ahead and register on the site for some additional cool features.

If you have any DotNetNuke questions, please let us know either via the website here, or attend one of our monthly meetings.  Check the event calendar for the next meeting.

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Author: James Nagy

Categories: Upgrade

Tags: DotNetNuke, Upgrade, v6.2.x

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Co-Founder and Managing Director of Sprocket Websites, Inc.; Co-Founder Chicago Area DotNetNuke Users Group; Co-Founder and Managing Partner of J&S Tech Designs, LLC

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