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8/6/2008 1:08 PM

I upgraded a DNN installation to the 4.0.0 Links module a few weeks back, then today upgraded the DNN core to 4.8.4 from 4.8.2.  The upgrade went smoothly except that one instance of the Links module errored with a "The stored procedure 'dbo.GetLinks' doesn't exist" error.  Reinstalling Links 4.0.0 Install package corrected this.  What's strange is that other instances of the Links module were fine.  The only possibility I can attribute this to is the instance that errored was added after I had upgraded to the 4.0.0 version of the Links module, while the others already existed when I upgraded the module.

No problems, just figured someone might care.  Or run into it and need a fix.


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11/25/2008 5:08 PM

I'm having the same problem today with my upgrade to 4.9.0.  I took the websites offline using Appl_offline.html and did the upgrade, but now wherever I use the Links module on the websites, I get this error. After logging in, I tried going into Host --> Module Definitions and "updating" the Links module, but it didn't fix it.

I really appreciate the posting here that addresses my very issue, but I don't understand how to "Reinstall Links 4.0.0 Install package"

Can anyone translate this for me? or break it down into step-by-step pieces. 


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11/25/2008 7:23 PM

stored procedures were renamed for the links module, so the only possibility would be that you upgraded the module somehow, but the module dll was not written correctly to the bin folder. That could be caused by a lot of things, but you would always get an install error for that module.

To Kaycee: just install the links module again, and see if the error goes away

Erik van Ballegoij, Former DNN Corp. Employee and DNN Expert

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2/8/2009 5:27 AM

For the record.  I think there is some kind of interaction between upgrading the core and breaking the links module.

I just upgraded a site from core 4.08.02 to 4.09.01.  The upgrade went smoothly.  After the upgrade I started seeing the stored procedure not found exceptions (as reported above - "The stored procedure 'dbo.dnnLinks_GetLinks' doesn't exist.") from the links module.

I was running an antique version of links (sorry don't recall exactly what).  I downloaded Links 4.00.01 and installed it.  The exceptions seem to have gone away.

Best wishes,
- Richard
Agile Development Consultant, Practitioner, and Trainer
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2/18/2009 5:37 PM

we were running Links module 3.something and during an upgrade up to DNN 4.9.1 all other modules and upgrades went well but now the links module does not work... a user clicking on teh link will receive an error from the linkclick page. downloading and installing Links module 4.0.1 did not fix the issue for us.

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