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fatgeorge
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fatgeorge
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24 May 2010 06:22 AM
Did the new module loader make it into AS1.6?
If so can we have some information on how best to use it please?


Frozen DNN
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09 Aug 2010 03:26 PM
Does this still work with AS 1.7.3?


Posted By Steve White on 25 Jan 2010 05:15 AM
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Posted By Herb Benton on 22 Jan 2010 04:59 PM


Hi Steve!

That is excellent! Would you mind sharing the code you used to make it happen and what files you customized?
<img src="http://www.activemodules.com/DesktopModules/ActiveForums/themes/activemodules/emoticons/whistling.gif">

Thanks for sharing!

Herb
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Herb -

<span style="font-weight: bold;">UVG first</span>...

- Add a new tab and drop the UVG_FreeVideoList module onto it. (You should hide this tab when you're done)
- Go into Module Settings and check 'Profile integration'
- In Other Options, set Category as 'Set by querystring'
- In User key add 'asuid'
- Click Update

This module will now listen for the asuid and list all videos based on that user.

<span style="font-weight: bold;">PA next</span>...

- Add a new tab and drop the Property Agent Latest module onto it. (You should hide this tab when you're done)
- Go into Settings > Property Agent Latest Settings
- In Filter Settings, set 'Agent Filter' as 'Agent parameter in Url'
- In Agent Parameter add 'asuid'
- Click Update

This module will now listen for the asuid and list all properties based on that user.

Now we've set up the modules, we need to edit the Profile Tabs so they display this into.

- Copy the DesktopModules/ActiveSocial/config/profileviewtabs.config to /Portals/yourportalid/activesocial/
- Open the file and remove any tabs you want
- Add in the 2 modules as per the attachments, making sure you use the correct TabId and Moduleid
- Save the file
- Go to your profile page and hit CRTL + F5 to flush the cache

I'm using PA as an Events manager, which is why I've added it as an Events tab, you name it how you like.

Steve




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stevennestler
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14 Sep 2010 12:28 PM
Can anyone tell me how this has changed for 1.8? I'm looking to add links from the Profile, as well as the Member List.
Thanks,
Steven


marksensei
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marksensei
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20 Nov 2011 02:05 AM
Hi,

using the above line of code <active:moduleloader id="ctlMod" TID="TABID" MID="MODULEID" runat="server" /> I get an error regarding DNN not finding the namespace

I have this registered in my skin page as well.
<%@ Register TagPrefix="active" Namespace="Active.Modules.Social.Controls" Assembly="Active.Modules.Social" %>

Is there something else I should have registered somewhere else?

Thanks

Mark


Cliff Hammock
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28 Nov 2011 01:00 PM
Posted By marksensei on 20 Nov 2011 03:05 AM
Hi,

using the above line of code <active:moduleloader runat="server" mid="MODULEID" tid="TABID" id="ctlMod"> I get an error regarding DNN not finding the namespace

I have this registered in my skin page as well.
<%@ Register TagPrefix="active" Namespace="Active.Modules.Social.Controls" Assembly="Active.Modules.Social" %>

Is there something else I should have registered somewhere else?

Thanks

Mark

Mark, I am not sure if it matters, but I don't actually have a Register tag  for anything related to Active.Modules in my skins. I have numerous instances of the active:moduleloader in my profileviewtabs.config and profilefiew.ascx files and they work fine. I also see some references to TagPrefix="am" here on the forums. Maybe somebody can clarify what and where it is supposed to go.


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Ben - DotNetNuke
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28 Nov 2011 02:58 PM
Where are you adding the module loader? I think the most common place it is added is inside a profile tab.


Jeff Blanks
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28 Nov 2011 04:28 PM
From experience, I've found it can be added to profile tabs and also directly in the profile view.


Cheers! Jeff
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Will Sugg
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28 Nov 2011 05:29 PM
01 Nov 2009 08:21 AM


I posted too Tareq that I was subscribed but cannot unsubscribe and that is still the situation. Please AM folks reboot the doohickey on this deal.

Will


marksensei
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01 Dec 2011 04:00 AM
Hi,
What I don't understand is that this line of code

<active:moduleloader id="ctlMod" TID="TABID" MID="MODULEID" runat="server" />

is provided in the Active Social knowledge base as the method for adding a third party module to a Active Social profile tab. I am adding this to the profileviewtabs.config.

Does anyone have a working example by chance?



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