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3/23/2018 5:48 PM
 

I just tried to upgrade DNN from 8.0.3 to the latest 9.2. The upgrade went fine according to the logging during the upgrade process. After I clicked the link "Click Here To Access Your Site" I received this 404 Not Found error.

 

Detailed Error Information:

Module    IIS Web Core
Notification    MapRequestHandler
Handler    StaticFile
Error Code    0x80070002

Requested URL    https://www.mywebsite.com:443/Home/def/ErrorMessage
Physical Path    C:\inetpub\wwwroot\mywebsite\Home\def\ErrorMessage
Logon Method    Forms
Logon User    username

 
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3/23/2018 6:06 PM
 
I deleted everything from the Event Log table. I tried to access the website again and got over 40 errors in the event log table.

Here is one out of 44 just for reference.

InnerMessage -
Method not found: 'System.String DotNetNuke.Common.Globals.GetDatabaseVersion()'.

InnerStackTrace -
at DNNGo.Modules.xPlugin.BaseSkin.GetHostSetting(String key)
at DNNGo.Modules.xPlugin.BaseSkin.get_CrmVersion()
at DNNGo.Modules.xPlugin.BaseSkin.LoadScript(String JsName)
at DNNGo.Modules.xPlugin.Skin_Menus.Page_Init(Object sender, EventArgs e)
 
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3/23/2018 10:01 PM
 
Based on that error message, the DNNGo xPlugin module is using a deprecated API call that was removed as part of the 9.2 release. They will need to release a new version for you to be able to upgrade successfully.

I strongly recommend just rolling back and holding for a bit until they can confirm usage.

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3/26/2018 12:54 PM
 

You are correct most of my errors are coming from the skin plugin. But why would these errors occur in 9.2 and not in 9.1.1

 

I did a test upgrade from 8.0.3 to 9.1.1 and had no issues with the skin plugin. Now all of a sudden when I go from 8.0.3 to 9.2 I can't even load the website because of all the errors that are thrown from the skin plugin.

 

I guess my question would be why would you remove deprecated api functions from 9.2 and not 9.1.1 isn't that what a major release is for?

 

 
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3/27/2018 11:12 AM
 
Is there a list of deprecated api functions that are removed?
And which modules are using these apis?

We upgraded to DNN 9.2 and noticed that some modules have errors: actionform, openform, simple gallery, dnngo modules
I assume that these modules have a fix for this so the modules are compatible with DNN 9.2

Do we have to wait before upgrading to DNN 9.2?


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