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1/7/2007 8:10 PM
 

Under Install folder there is a Scripts subfolder, as well as Module,Skin,Container and Language.

However DotNetNuke Installation Guide.pdf , section "Installing Additional Resources" is talking about Skins/Containers, Modules (packaged as Private Assemblies) and Language Packs.

Database scripts are stored in Website\Providers\DataProviders\SqlDataProvider folder and are called after comparing version number in file name against current DNN version number.

Does it mean, that it is not supported any more to use "install\scripts" folder for update database during installation/upgrade to the latest version? 


Michael Freidgeim http://geekswithblogs.net/mnf
 
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