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10/30/2013 9:59 AM
 

Hi,

I like to know the meaning of the numbers and in which table to find  in the following rawurl.

RawURL: /Workshop/tabid/67/mid/658/itemid/238/ctl/Details/ShowNav/False/dnnprintmode/true/language/nl-BE

-658
-238

Regards, Ton Hermes


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10/30/2013 12:42 PM
 

658 - mid - which is a moduleid of a module on that page - itemid 238 - that would be something to do with the module you are looking at - without knowing what module that is - its hard to say.

 

Westa

 
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10/30/2013 1:37 PM
 

Hi,

Thanks for the answer.
I ask this because I get an general exception on this page in a certain module.
If I can discover which module this is causing then I can resolve this.
I have more modules on this page.
So I like to know in which table I have to search to get the name of this module

Regards, Ton


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10/30/2013 8:25 PM
 

ok .... working backwards from the actual module definition

table [DesktopModules]  - DesktopModuleId 

table [ModuleDefinitions] - DesktopModuleID   and ModuleDefId

table [Modules]  - ModuleDefId  and  ModuleId

So you would looking  in modules to find the ModuleId - that gives you the ModuleDefId

Then look in ModuleDefinitions using that ModuleDefId - that will give you the friendly name of the module which may be enough - if you need to know more - like where the module is stored.

Then you would look in DesktopModules  using the DesktopModuleId - this should tell you exactly what module you are looking at.

Westa

 

 

 
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10/31/2013 5:50 AM
 
mid is Module id. You first need proper page ID (internally called TabID:
Run the following statement in HOST > SQL:
SELECT TabID, PortalID, TabPath FROM {databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}Tabs ORDER BY PortalId, TabPath

You may use the proper tabId from this query to identify the proper module you are looking for:
SELECT * FROM {databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}vw_Tabmodules WHERE TabId =

You may view the page in Layout mode to remove the modules in question

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