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Using the DotNetNuke Application Framework

DotNetNuke (DNN) is a very powerful application framework for creating web sites using Microsoft ASP.Net technology. It is a modular system that allows for the easy extension of functions using modules, exchange base technologies, a provider model and user interface design utilizing skinning techniques. For further details, please refer to the DotNetNuke Core Framework documentation available from the Download page.

DotNetNuke modules extend the functionality of the framework while utilizing framework services and settings specific to the DotNetNuke application framework. DotNetNuke modules cannot be used outside the DotNetNuke framework, and in many cases, DotNetNuke modules will require a specific version of the DNN framework.

Module Installation

Install the Form and List module as you would any other DotNetNuke module. Because there are multiple installation options that may vary between the framework versions, please refer to the DotNetNuke core manual for the version of DNN you are using. After the Form and List module package is installed, the Form and List module can be used on any portal website page, adding as many Form and List instances as you require. This user guide assumes that you have already installed DotNetNuke, configured your portal, installed the Form and List module and you are familiar with the process of creating pages. You are now ready to put the power of the DotNetNuke Form and List module to work for you – so let’s go!

Please Note Version 5.1.2 of the Form and List module requires DNN5 framework version 5.1.3 or later.

Last edited Sep 18, 2012 at 8:17 PM by rexha, version 3


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