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10/22/2018 8:36 PM
 
I'm wanting to move the location of one of my DNN menu items from being under one parent tab to being under another. This is of course easy using the interface, and if I was only doing it with one DNN site that would work fine. But, I've got 60+ sites that are all running the same basic code base, and I want to move the tab item in all of them in a simple fashion. I tried updating the Tab ParentID, Path, and TabOrder, but it didn't move anything. Any suggestions as to what I'm missing?
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10/23/2018 4:11 AM
 
Thommas,

if you change anything directly in the database (which is not recommendend, just to have it said) you have to restart the application pool after this to clear the cache. I think the fields you mentioned are the correct ones.

Happy DNNing!
Michael

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10/23/2018 4:23 AM
 
You updated the proper fields, However, you should call stored procedure BuildTabLevelAndPath for old and new parent afterwards and need to clear DNN cache to become changes effective.

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Sebastian Leupold

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