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Dotnetnuke 05.02.01 Release Updated Today

DotNetNuke Community Edition, Version 05.02.01 which was released on Dec 22, 2009 has been updated today. Major highlights of DotNetNuke Community Edition, Version 05.02.01 are:
  • Fixed issue where banners were not properly rotated according to the specified views/clicks
  • Fixed issue where upgrades could fail if the the user account did not have permission to update objects in some db schemas
  • Fixed issue where list values were visible outside of the Portal where they were created.
  • Fixed issue where caching providers were not rendering unicode characters properly.
  • Fixed issue with missing Telerik assembly in the source package.
  • Fixed issue where Ajax HostSetting was not properly set on upgrade from 4.x installations.
  • Fixed issues where upgrades would fail with a unique index violation
  • Fixed issue with the Starter Kit which was missing HTML module files
  • Fixed issue where page templates were not working correctly
  • Fixed default settings for the module and output caching providers
  • Fixed issue which prevented Blog module from working after some upgrades to 5.x
  • Fixed issue when creating a new module in the Module Definition Wizard if the .ascx extension was not specified.
  • Fixed issue where localization was not working if the application virtual directory name was also part of the module name.
  • Fixed issue where the FriendlyName for Schedule Items was not being saved.
  • Fixed issue where GetUserCountByPortal was making excessive database calls instead of using cached values
  • Added binding redirect setting in web.config to prevent versioning issues with Telerik assembly

Source:http://dotnetnuke.codeplex.com/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=37670#DownloadId=98351

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