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How to implement an external datasource?

Is there an interface available to implement an external datasource in code? i.e. to do something along the lines of this -> https://www.dnndev.com/Products/AddOns/AddOn/twitter-datasource-custom-view-xmod-pro-moore-creative

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migrating site to new server, will license transfer?

Good morning all. We're migrating our site to a new IIS server. will our license transfer? Will activating the license on the new instance immediately de-activate the module on the old site?

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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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Dynamic Form Loading

I have been messing around with dynamically loading forms using xmod:EditButton in a template . I see how it works when specifying the form name in the Form attribute. What I would like to do is dynamically populate the xmod:EditButton Form attribute …

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Ajax to a feed, get 500 error and Cannot find table 0.

I was following this tutorial: http://www.dnndev.com/learn/articles/detail/articleid/94/simulating-a-like-button-without-postback on how to post to a feed. I am trying to post javascript variables to a feed that is a stored procedure that should save a …

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