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Unable to create Wiki

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  1. Gary
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    22 May 2010
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    I can create wikis if using the web server built into VWD2008, but accessing the same website files via IIS on my server, when I try to create a wiki, my browser just reloads the wiki create page.  ..no errors given/thrown.
    I am usin the same files, db, & browser, so it is obvioulsy a difference between how the site is hosted that is causing the problem.   It is IIS7 on a Win2008 R2 server.
    ANY thoughts, ideas, or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
    I've already tried chaning the app pool to using network service, and giving network service full control of App_Data, etc...
    -Gary
  2. Radoslav Georgiev
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    24 May 2010
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    Hello Gary,

    Thank you for using our services.

    Could you please let us know the exact version the CMS you are using, by using the steps from this article. All the wiki module needs is that the identity of your application pool has rights over App_Data (make sure you are not using ASP.NET Impersonation). Do you get any errors written in the error log file in ~/App_Data/sitfinity.log file. Do you get any Java Script errors on this particular page. If you have a public link of the page you might share with us so that we take a look at the page.


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    Radoslav Georgiev
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  3. Gary
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    Dear Radoslav,
    Thank you very much for taking the time to respond to this post for help!
    Over the weekend, I did discover that the behavior I was experiencing was actually due to IIS caching.
    I am going to revisit the cache settings within SiteFinity.
    What would help me though is to know... should IIS be caching anything at all?
    Thanks!
    -Gary
  4. Radoslav Georgiev
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    Hi Gary,

    You do not need to enable IIS Caching. We provide a built in caching mechanism which by default wraps in the functionality of ASP.NET Caching. Sitefinity caching for pages allows you determine which pages to be cached and which not from each page's properties section.

    Sincerely yours,
    Radoslav Georgiev
    the Telerik team

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