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9/6/2013 3:47 AM
 
I want to use my handler on a form. the problem is that the form of DNN is before mine, so my handler is never called.

How and where must i declare my handler ? in web.config of DNN site or in web.config of my module  folder.

Which syntax must i use ?

Thank's

 
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9/8/2013 7:59 PM
 

You should not have a web.config file in your module handler.  You will most certainly encounter problems if you use that approach.

Any httphandlers should be included in the web.config file at the installation level.   You should include them as declarations in your module manifest file so that they are installed automatically.

 

However, if you are creating httpHandlers to provide services for your module to call, you should look closer at the WebAPI capabilities of the underlying DNN platform.

 
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9/9/2013 7:39 AM
 

Thank's Bruce i ll have a look to the webAPI documentation. To be sure i correctly understood, i must include them as declarations in the manifest file of my module ?

Have you a sample for these kinds of declarations ?

 Regards

 
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