DotNetNuke 4.9.3 Released
DotNetNuke 4.9.3 represents a stabilization release to the production-grade 4.x codebase.
As always you can see a complete list with all the details of each fix/change in the ChangeLog.
- Add Office 2007 File Extensions to default allowable file extensions in Host Settings
- Add reference to SQL Server 2008 to Install Wizard to make it clear that SQL Server 2008 is supported
- Moved Whats New Module/Page to Host menu as it contains content which is not applicable to the Administrator
- Corrected a problem with "Auto" installation option which would occur when using a non-dbo database user
- Inline updates to Text/HTML were not HTML encoded when stored in the database
- App_Browser renamed to App_Browsers in order for ASP.NET to recognize it correctly
- Pages in the navigation menu linked directly to a file no longer served the file correctly
- Can not delete Portal if search items exist in the database which are associated to the portal
- Removed None Specified option for Folders in Page Export feature as it could cause an error if a user clicked Export without selecting a folder.
- Fixed major performance issue when adding new portals which would cause the system to unload and reload all cached objects
The following modules and providers have been updated in the 4.9.3 packages. Please see the specific project pages for notes on what bugs or enhancements were corrected with each release.
I am the Co-Founder and CTO for DotNetNuke Corporation. I am also the original creator of DotNetNuke, the most successful open source project native to the Microsoft platform. I have 20 years professional experience in architecting and implementing large-scale software solutions for private and public organizations. I am a frequent speaker at conferences and a contributing author to a variety of DotNetNuke publications including the WROX Press book titled Professional DotNetNuke 5 - Open Source Web Application Framework. I was a founding member of the Board of Directors for the OuterCurve Foundation, a non-profit organization created by Microsoft whose goal is to enable the exchange of code and understanding among software companies and open source communities.