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Using a Stored Procedure in Custom Commands

I read in an earlier post that Kelly added the ability to use stored procedures in Custom Commands in v4.7. Did this get added and does it work? If it was added and working, I am having a problem getting it to work in my form., It could be a typo or …

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How can I sort control data source items?

The obvious method doesn't seem to work. I've selected the field I want to sort on in the control data source. One listbox using one data source is sorting by nonsense. Another CDS keeps reverting to sort on primary key asc no matter what I change it to. …

Author: Lisa
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An Unexpected Error Has Occurred. The site administrators have been notified.

I installed Xmod Pro 4.7 when added the module to a page I got the error: An Unexpected Error Has Occurred. The site administrators have been notified. Help.

Author: Vuong
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Load Feed into detail templage when item template exists

While working in an XMP Template, using <xmod:LoadFeed> I can load the data from a feed into an Item Template. I can also load a feed into a detail template, if an item template does not exist. What I cannot do is load feed data into a …

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Is there an error in this simple JSON feed?

DNN 9.01.01 Executing this simple feed from the "preview" on the feed list returns an "Internal Server Error". I've checked the admin log and copied a portion of it after showing the feed itself below: The feed: <xmod:JsonFeed> &lt …

Author: Mike O
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