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10/3/2013 6:17 PM
 

I've tried several times to upgrade a DNN site from 07.01.00 to 07.01.01 and 07.01.02 several times but I can't get past the screen that requires host credentials. I'm certain it's correct, because I'm able to log into the site with the same credentials.

Can anyone explain why this would be happening and how to correct it? Or an alternative method to upgrading a site.

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10/3/2013 6:25 PM
 
try browsing /install/install.aspx?mode=upgrade

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10/4/2013 6:34 AM
 
can you please check with a httpproxy such as fiddler to see what is happening i.e. is a request occurring but not finishing. It's also an idea to check with the console mode of the browser (in most cases press F12) to see if some unexpected script is causing the issue. We have had a few other reports of the same thing but no one has been able to provide a reason why it is occurring yet, so it would be helpful to check. Also, please check if you are using iFinity.FriendlyUrlProvider.dll already, it is known to cause issues (see problem 2 in http://www.chrishammond.com/blog/itemid/2636/after-upgrading-to-dnn-712-site-settings-doesnt.aspx )

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10/4/2013 2:37 PM
 

I do not know for sure, but I believe DNNSharp's URL Adapter may be the source of the problem. I've upgraded several other 7.1.0 websites with no issues. The only difference between the other websites was the URL Adapter 1.1 module. I'll raise this issue with the 3rd party developer.

 
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10/4/2013 2:49 PM
 
thanks for the response, that's very interesting as it would explain why it happens so rarely. If you get confirmation or any updates I'd appreciate if you could post them back on this thread.

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