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1/28/2015 5:03 PM
 

We have a custom module, and since we upgraded to the latest version of DNN, we had to change some names in our SQL stored procedures of that module.

After I made the changes in visual studio to our module, how can I tell DNN to rerun the code for generating stored procedures, without having to uninstall and re-install the module? or what is the best way of handling this type of updates?

(oops this should go under development extensions)
 
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1/29/2015 3:47 AM
 
you should increment the Version of your module and place the updated script in the upgrade script (drop&create in [newversion].sqldataprovider file), see. e.g. files in /DesktopModules/HTML/SQLDataprovider Folder)

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