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BOOK: Professional DotNetNuke Module Programming ISBN: 978-0-470-17116-5
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Old April 19th, 2009, 10:45 AM
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I'm trying to follow this book to create modules using VS.2008 Professional
Figure 5.2 is different in vs.2008, i cannot choose here project location, have i to choose later ?

Yo create module for DNN 4.9.3 , have i to choose Framework 3.5 or 2.0 ?

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Mauro,

What language are you using? VB.NET or C#.

You can use either, IF the web.config and DNN site is setup to use 3.5.
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I'd like to use VB but if i try with C# it's the same

When i click on DotNetNuke Compiled Module i see only module name field

Instead if i choose another VS.2008 built-in template like Web Application ASP.NET i see all fields like Figure 5-2 or 5-5

What's wrong ?
Is DnnStarterKit 4.9.3 compatible with vs.2008 ?


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What edition of Visual Studio are you using?

I don't have the starter kit installed on my current development machine, but I can do a setup later, or if you can send me a screenshot of the page you see via e-mail to msellers@iowacomputergurus.com I'll see what I can do to help get you going.
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i've sent you an email with screenshoot..
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Figure 5.2 is more dependent on the settings of VS. You can have it set for designer, C#, et. Find the laguage and select Web and you will see the template. For 4.93 leave the ASP.NET settings alone, you dont want to run 3.5.

I anticipate your next question in configuring the project. In VS 2008 you will not be able to use local IIS as shown in the book. Set the start url to http://localhost/DotNetNuke4. Then select Use IIS Web server. Set the Project Url to http://localhost/DotNetNuke4/DesktopModules/GuestbookCS and the select Override application root URL, setting it to http://localhost/DotNetNuke4

Note: DoteNetNuke4 is where I run my 4.93 installation
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Thank you, jachenbach - that was my next question reading through this forum, and you solved my problem before I asked it!
 


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