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12/18/2017 7:55 PM
 

I have a website running on DNN 07.04.01 with Composite Files enabled along with Minify CSS and Minify JS. I upgraded to 9.1.1 on the test environment and now I see separate requests for each JS, the composite files feature is not working. I set up the brand new DNN 9.1.1 environment, enabled Composite Files with the same results as well. Is the Composite Files feature broken or am I missing something? Any help is greatly appreciated.

 
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12/21/2017 2:19 AM
 
please log the issue at support.dnnsoftware.com

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Sebastian Leupold

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5/6/2018 9:11 PM
 
Please make sure debug="false" in your web.config. Otherwise, it will not work. Hope that helps. This one has gotten us more times than I care to admit! LOL


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