CADUG Upgrade - DotNetNuke v7.1

Published on Thursday, July 25, 2013

CADUG Upgrade - DotNetNuke v7.1

Under the hood upgrades along with a new coat of paint

The website not only got a new look, but it got some updates as well. Specifically we are running DotNetNuke v7.1.0 and thanks to PowerDNN for the upgrade assistance. I have tried to keep this site up to date so we just jumped from v7.0.6 to v7.1.0 with no troubles. I also updated our EasyDNNsolutions Suite.

EasyDNNnews v5.5
  • DNN 7.1 and MS Azure ready
  • The module supports the database object qualifier
  • Implemented the iPortable feature for settings – allows exporting and importing of settings by using the DNN export/import feature
  • Filter menu - a new display in the Widget module that allows custom filtering and sorting of articles
  • Archive - a new option that allows you to display archive organized by months and years

EasyDNNrotator v5.5

  • DNN 7.1 and MS Azure ready
  • The module supports the database object qualifier 
  • Implemented the iPortable feature for settings – allows exporting and importing of settings by using the DNN export/import feature

EasyDNNgallery v5.5

  • DNN 7.1 and MS Azure ready
  • The module supports the database object qualifier
  • Implemented the iPortable feature for settings - allows exporting and importing of settings by using the DNN export/import feature

DotNetNuke Feedback Module v06.04.01

  • Bug Fixes
    • Fixed problem where Postal Code would revert to hidden.
  • Enhancements
    • Added AzureCompatible tag to manifest.

NOTE: Feedback v06.04.01 REQUIRES a minimum DotNetNuke framework version of 06.02.01 as well as ASP.Net 3.5 SP1 and MS SQL Server 2005 or 2008 (Express or standard versions).

I see that the Feedback Module already has a v06.04.02 beta available with some additional fixes, so that is good – keep the enhancements and fixes coming!

If anyone has any question on DotNetNuke upgrades please be sure to ask the group. We have lots of experience upgrading the core system, and numerous third party modules that are available in the DNN store.

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Author: James Nagy

Categories: Upgrade

Tags: Upgrade, EasyDNNSolutions, v7.1.x

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