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4/7/2015 10:42 AM
 

I'm responsible for the content of our new site.  I've been trucking along quite well until I saw that the URL of a specific page was accidentally created in all lower case.  While I realize that it doesn't really matter in the greater scheme of things, I know that at some point down the road I'm going to be asked to fix it for consistency purposes. 

So, just like any time I go to edit a URL, I go into the page settings, and change the URL from there.  I change it from "/dotnetnuke/abc-page/" to "/dotnetnuke/ABC-Page/", and now, the page cannot be reached.  Neither within the page management menu (though it's still showing that it's there), via the page settings button, nor going to the link directly.  The results are only 'this page can't be displayed'.

Our IT is stumped.  I really don't want to have to recreate this entire page.  Is this page really lost to the matrix?

 
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4/8/2015 2:54 PM
 
I would look at the field in the DNN table where your edit was stored.
 
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