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12/22/2014 5:53 AM
 

Hello everyone !

I'm currently programming a DNN Service which purpose is to gather host module.

I'm only getting admin modules with ModulesController.GetInstalledModules() and it seems that they are no function that does the same for the host.

How can I fetch the installed modules similar to the host extensions dashboard page ?

Thank you very much !

 
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12/24/2014 6:13 PM
 

you can use

 

packages = PackageController.Instance.GetExtensionPackages(Null.NullInteger, p => p.PackageType == "Module").ToList();

to get all installed module extensions

you can use

   _packagesInUse = PackageController.GetModulePackagesInUse(PortalController.Instance.GetCurrentPortalSettings().PortalId, ModuleContext.PortalSettings.ActiveTab.IsSuperTab);

to get installed extensions in use.


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