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2/13/2019 9:17 AM
 

Hi all,

I am working on a real old module and try to make it work in DNN9 (It last worked in DNN 6 or 7 I think).

In the settings of this module is a switch that defines if parts of the module content are viewable by all users or administrators only. I want to move that setting to the module permissions (where it should belong to in my opinion, and where it could be defined more granular, eg only Registered Users etc.). This is not a big deal doing it with some SQL scripts that could run in the upgrade stored procedure. I wonder if the IUpgradable interface would be the "better" place for that. But: this would only work if the upgrade function would run BEFORE the SQL script, if this is the case I would put it there.

Could anyone tell me which comes first during installation? The SQL script or the upgrade interface function?

Happy DNNing!
Michael


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