Contents tagged with dotnetnuke

  • One Week to DevConnections

    The Fall 2007 DevConnections conference is next week in Las Vegas.  This is definitely going to be the biggest conference in the United States for developers for the second half of 2007 (TechEd being the only larger one this year, I think), and I'm sure the show will be bolstered significantly due to a lack of a PDC event this year.  This show has nearly sold out and already has nearly 5,000 registered attendees. Can't come?  Be sure to follow along on the DevConnections Blog. I'll try to blog about some of my experiences, as usual.  I'll be speaking on the following three topics: ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit ASP.NET Personalization and Membership Test Driven … more

  • More DotNetNuke Installation Notes

    Went with the 4.4 Source this time instead of the starter kit.  Ran into an FAQ item regarding Name ‘Config’ is not declared but found the answer in this blog.  Since I’m running this on Vista it had some issue with the app pool that was being used, but it offered me the following command line to fix the issue, which worked: c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\appcmd.EXE set app “Default Web Site/DotNetNuke_2” /applicationPool:“Classic .NET AppPool” So I was able to complete the install: Yay! And I go to my portal, and it comes up (yay!) but… it’s got a critical error from some Object Reference not set to an instance of an … more

  • DotNetNuke 4 Experience

    I want to create a quick, simple club website for a club I’m in.  It’s been on my TODO list for a couple of years now and tonight I thought I’d just grab the latest DNN starter kit, set a few properties, add/remove a few modules, and throw it out there.  Here’s a recap of my experience thus far (quitting for tonight): 1) Downloading DNN.  There’s 5 different things you can download (after registering) and unfortunately no information at all on the download page as to what is or is not included in the Starter Kit.  I ended up pinging Shaun Walker directly and he was quite helpful in letting me know that the Starter Kit should work for what I … more