08.00.00 CTP 2 (build 122)

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 665
Released: May 22, 2015
Updated: May 23, 2015 by jbrinkman
Dev status: Alpha Help Icon

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Release Notes

UPDATE 1: Updated package to build 122 to deal with SQLDataProvider issue. Also resolves an issue with resource files in MVC modules.

DNN 8.0.0 CTP 2 is focused on delivering SPA Module support and the initial secure web service support with HMAC authentication.

Key Features

  • HTML Views
  • New HTML Tokens including:
    • Javascript
    • CSS
    • Resource Strings
    • Module Actions.
  • HMAC Authentication for Web Services
  • Dynamic Content Creator (DCC) API

Not Included in this CTP

  • DCC Manager/Viewer Modules
  • Settings Page support in SPA module

Requirements

  • ASP.Net 4.5+
  • ASP.Net MVC 5.0.1
  • ASP.Net WebAPI 2.0

You can view the current source code in the DNN 8.0 GitHub repository

NOTE: This is a preview release and is not intended for production use.

Reviews for this release

     
No errors! Really like the Dynamic Content Manager! But how can I add Content Fields? Is there a manual or some documentation.
by wbonekamp on May 26, 2015 at 9:41 AM
     
Well, I tried a clean install and it failed: The problem was in the 08.00.00.SqlDataProvider script. This is the code that failed: IF NOT EXISTS( SELECT * FROM sys.columns WHERE object_id = OBJECT_ID('dbo.ContentTypes') AND name = 'Description') BEGIN ALTER TABLE dbo.ContentTypes ADD [Description] [nvarchar(1000)] NOT NULL CONSTRAINT [DF_ContentTypes_Description] DEFAULT ('') END That particular thing can be fixed by removing the brackets around Description and nvarchar(1000). It should be: [Description] [nvarchar](1000). I can install with that change! With the fix, no problems!
by jncraig on May 24, 2015 at 5:55 PM
Sorry. I had tested the wrong package prior to doing the upload. I've uploaded a new build which fixes the issue.
Reply by jbrinkman (Coordinator) on May 23, 2015 at 11:21 PM