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2/5/2018 8:14 PM
 

I'm having a problem adding an existing module to a page.  When adding an existing module to a page all of the current modules on that page move to the container selected for placing the existing module.  

Steps to reproduce.

1. Choose Add Existing module while editing a page.

2. select a module from another page.

3.  Drag the module to your container of choice.

4.  All modules on the page are then placed in the container selected.

This was also reported in 9.02 here at dnntracker but I don't have access to the page.

 https://dnntracker.atlassian.net/browse/DNN-9606 

 

I'm in 9.1.1.  I have not experienced this in any prior version of DNN.  Could this be skin/theme related?  

 

 
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2/6/2018 3:03 PM
 

Also, we just noticed that if you start the process of adding an "existing module" and cancel out of the process, all modules on the current page are removed/deleted.  There's no trace of them in the recycle bin either.  

 
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2/6/2018 3:40 PM
 
a little more info... this installation I'm working with has 3 portals. Portal 0 allows for adding existing modules to a page without issue. However, Portals 1 & 2 demonstrate the bug. Portal 0 also works fine even when using the same theme from portals 1 or 2 so it doesn't not appear to be theme related but multi portal related...
 
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2/6/2018 11:25 PM
 
AFAIK there are known issues, which should be fixed (or replaced by new bugs) in DNN 9.2.0

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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2/7/2018 8:20 PM
 

Thanks for the reply.  Whats the most stable version you would recommend?  I was nearly finished with a new site built with a fresh install of 9.1.1.  No way I can hand this site over to the client with this issue.  

 
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