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12/14/2015 4:53 PM
 

Hello all, I have inherited a series of issues and am fairly new to DNN. I made some minor changes t a module and it compiled fine, with no errors. But I upload the DLL and nothing displays at all. I looked in the exception logs and am not getting any information there either. I relaize there is nothing to go on here, but any suggestions would be appreciated.

 
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12/15/2015 1:57 PM
 
hard to say, without access to the module. If it is a module with client side code, did you check browser errors?

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12/16/2015 7:10 AM
 

I appreciate the response and realize I gave you almost nothing to go on. But some progress has been made in this area. After fighting with it somewhat I have gotten to the point where the data being retrieved from the database has been verified and traced, so I am happy with that. But when the cshtml page goes to display the data I receive the following error: Cannot perform runtime binding on a null reference

Below is a snippet of the code, but I have not been able to determine the reason from Googling the issue:

    @{

        int _pdfCnt = 0;

        int imgCnt = 0;    

    }

    @foreach (var pdfFile in Model.VendorPdfs)     // ----- I get the error right here

    {

        if (File.Exists(Server.MapPath(Model.PdfFilesPath + pdfFile.FilePath)))

        {

        <div class="pdf-file-div" title="@("Click to download " + pdfFile.Title + " document")" data-download-link="@(Model.PdfFilesPath + pdfFile.FilePath)">

            <img src="~/DesktopModules/Downloads/Images/image-pdf-file.png" />

            <span>@pdfFile.Title</span>

        </div>

            _pdfCnt++;

        }

    }

 
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