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7/28/2017 9:57 PM
 

I just upgrade a site to DNN 9.0.2 and am having an issue trying to add an existing module from one page and copying it onto another page. This is the error I am seeing but when I go to the logs there is no error logged. I also updated the skin and modules after we did the DNN 9 upgrade.

Error: Error occurred when request service 'AddModule'.

When I click ok to the error message a module is actually added to the page but it's empty (it did not make a copy of the content of the module as I had wanted it to).

Any suggestions?



Thank you! Jody
 
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7/29/2017 12:29 AM
 
please check Settings > Eventlog for details of the error.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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