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BOOK: Professional DotNetNuke Module Programming ISBN: 978-0-470-17116-5
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Old July 5th, 2009, 11:14 AM
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Question Manually execute SqlDataProvider files...

Mitchel thanks for the book. It has been a lot of help. I have a couple simple questions in regards to manually executing the SqlDataProviders. (1). Should I only execute 01.00.00.SqlDataProvider and not Guestbook.SqlDataProvider or Uninstall.SqlDataProvider? (2) When I execute 01.00.00..., I do get the "The query completed successfully" message but when I go to my database file via SQL server management studio, it doesn't appear that any tables were created. The purpose of executing the SqlDataProvider(s) was to create the tables, no? Can you help clarify?
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I see the table dbo.DNNModuleProgramming_Guestbook in my database now. I am not sure how I missed it before.
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First of all I'm glad that you got it figured out, but I wanted to be sure to answer your question as well.

The only provider for an install that should be ran are the xx.xx.xx.sqldataprovider files, these are the different version files, in the case of this module, there is just one.

The uninstall.sqldataprovider file is a special file for the "uninstall" operation of a module.

The Guestbook.sqldataprovider is a template item, that can be removed from the project. (I apologize for the confusion).
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