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6/8/2015 9:39 AM
 

Hi,

for some reasons I need the module context (esp. the ControlPath property and all the module and tab module IDs for that module) in a DNN Scheduler Client. Any idea how to achieve this?

Happy DNNing!
Michael


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6/8/2015 10:16 PM
 
This might be a bit hard to accomplish. My best recommendation would be to store "moduleid" in your code, and use the base API calls to get Module Settings, etc that you might need.

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