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10/12/2018 4:27 AM
 
Michael is wrong - unlike all other default host and admin pages, File Management has not been ported to PB extensions, but PersonaBar incorporates the original modules/pages.

Armin, please make sure in the database table tabs, that rows for Host and Host\FileManagement have portalID Null.
The only other difference I am finding is in table TabModules row visibility, which has value 0 in Admin and 2 in Host menu.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

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10/12/2018 4:43 AM
 
Ah, OK, thanks Sebastian. But the technical solution does not really matter, as the place to find the Host files is in the PB under "Manage" :: "Global Assets".

Anyway - it does not work in the way I tried to: Adding a host page and a page with the DAM module below that. The DAM only shows the files from the current portal, not the _default folder.

In DNN8 it was working like this.

Happy DNNing!
Michael

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10/12/2018 4:59 AM
 
Michael,
I just checked the source code, "IsHostMenu" is determined by PortalID in tabs table or PortalID in Modules table, both should be Null

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

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10/12/2018 1:01 PM
 
Sebastian Leupold wrote:
Michael is wrong - unlike all other default host and admin pages, File Management has not been ported to PB extensions, but PersonaBar incorporates the original modules/pages.

Armin, please make sure in the database table tabs, that rows for Host and Host\FileManagement have portalID Null.
The only other difference I am finding is in table TabModules row visibility, which has value 0 in Admin and 2 in Host menu.

Dear Sebastian,

You are wonderful.

I appreciate your great knowledge. It was 0 for Tabs database table column PortalID.

I change it to NULL and now It's working as well.

Thank you so much.

 
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10/12/2018 1:04 PM
 
Also Thank you very much dear Micheal for reply to my question.

It's Ok now.

 
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