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7/2/2013 9:20 AM
 
When trying to move menu items on portal A, it seems the order in which the menu items appear on portal B changed.

This is on a DNN 6.2.3 installation.
Does anyone have a fix for this, or is this a known problem?

I'm not interested in "First upgrade to the latest version" kind of tips...

 
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7/2/2013 9:32 AM
 
It appears to happen when using the drag and drop function in the page module.
When I look at portal B it seems to set the TabOrder of all tabs for level 0 to the same value.
 
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7/2/2013 9:46 AM
 
what do you mean by portal A and portal B, what kind of sync do you use, Marnix?

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7/2/2013 9:50 AM
 
There is no sync going on, they just change the order of the pages on portal A by dragging and dropping them in the pages module. And it seems to have effect on the order of the pages on other portals.
 
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7/2/2013 9:56 AM
 
It seems when i drag and drop, taborder seems to change for all tabs on the same level.
When I do a select * from tabs where portalid=31 and [level] = 0
the TabOrder column is filled with the same value for each tab.
 
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