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Kyle Evans

Kyle Evansasked the question: Dynamic repeating form list

Is there a way to have a dynamic list of form controls within a form? For example a form that creates a shopping list. It has 1 field "Shopping List Name" and then a list of items to buy along with a quantity. I don't see any way to have a list of items …

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Alejandro Quiroga Alsinacreated the topic: DNN Error - Connection To The Database Failed (while working with SSMS)

I am working on a localhost environment and going through Chapter 8 of DiscoverXModPro. The tools are VMware, Windows 10 Pro, DNN v950, SQL Express 2019, SSMS 2018 and XModPro v4.9 - All the environment is running inside a VM with Windows 10 Pro. - My …

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<p>The connection string in web.config is exactly the same as the default connection string for Database.mdf belonging to the standard DNN instalation, and is located right below it:
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<p><add name="XModSqlServer" connectionString="Data Source=.\SQLExpress;AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|Articulos.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True" providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />
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<p>Note that the n ...

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The connection string in web.config is exactly the same as the default connection string for Database.mdf belonging to the standard DNN instalation, and is located right below it: <add name="XModSqlServer" connectionString="Data Source=.\SQLExpress …
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Alejandro Quiroga Alsinacreated the topic: Best practices - Should I use DNN DB or a separate DB?

What is the best practice while building an XMP application, a more or less complex one? 1. To use DNN's database. 2. To create a separate database and refer all XMP data to it?

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  • Patrick RyanGood question, but the answer(s) are not so much based off of XMod Pro. I have done all of the above in my travels. For example, prefix my tables that are related to my application... use an entirely separate database, or use schemas to separate business logic (i.e. crm.TableName, app.TableName instead of dbo.TableName). Module developers in the marketplace for DNN will use the DNN database, because they don't have control over how the end user really utilizes the module. You should ask yoursel ...2 months ago
  • Alejandro Quiroga Alsina@Patrick Ryan
    Yes, your reply does answer the question, and I quote two concepts that made me decide correctly:

    1. "You should ask yourself, do you want the "data" portion of this portable? Does it need to be packed up as a database and shipped wherever? Is it linked to the site indefinitely? "
    2. " If I'm interacting with user accounts or other related data from DNN core, the ...2 months ago