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3/20/2019 4:57 PM
 
Hi, it is possible to do the coversion of Dictionary<string, string> to DotNetNuke.Entities.Portals.PortalSettings, because PortalController.Instance.GetPortalSettings(portalID) return Dictionary and need PortalSettings to call Mail.SendMail in a custom register module.

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3/21/2019 3:48 AM
 

Juan,

could you please describe what you are trying to do exactly? I can only guess, but the Dictionary<string,string> returned by the function contains the SettingName and the SettingValue for each portal setting.

Let's assume you are looking for a portal setting called "SMTPmode". You can get this by

Dictionary<string,string> portalSettings = PortalController.Instance.GetPortalSettings(PortalId);
string smtpMode = portalSettings["SMTPmode"];

Happy DNNing!
Michael


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3/22/2019 2:40 PM
 

Thanks for reply Michael

I'm doing a custom register service module and I need to use the function

public static string SendMail(UserInfo user, MessageType msgType, PortalSettings settings)

included in DotNetNuke.Services.Mail Library, to send register email notifications.  SendMail requires PortalSettings type and I do not know how to instantiate for different portalid and not the current.

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3/25/2019 6:42 AM
 
Juan,

when the other portal is in the same DNN installation you might use something like

int portalID = ((PortalInfo)((PortalInfo[])PortalController.Instance.GetPortals().ToArray()).Where(pi => pi.PortalName == "OtherPortal")).PortalID;

Happy DNNing!
Michael



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