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Some questions on SF 4.0 abilities

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  1. G S S
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    25 Apr 2010
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    Hi,

    Firstly, I would like to say tha the SF 4.0 CTP looks very impressive (using it now).

    However, how can I do the following?:

    -Access the Analytics module?
    -Can I use .NET 4.0 assemblies or is ths only in the beta or final releases?
    -I want to make some sections of my site (sections being pages really) only accessible when the user signs up, so users are members of a custom role, which has custom permissions. How is this possible in SF 4.0? I assume I will need to tie into an SF membership/roles provider?

    Thanks
  2. Steve
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    Gabe posted a link to a trial of the analytics...uses Google Analytics.  I'm hoping it'll poll the SF database to give us sitefinity extra analytics too (file downloads, etc...but thats just my hope :)
    http://www.sitefinity.com/blogs/gabesumner/posts/10-04-24/sitefinity_web_analytics_ndash_downloadable_preview.aspx

    I'm almost positive there's a post on the forums where they say they'll be shipping a .net 4 version of it as well.  Can't imagine why they wouldn't really :)
  3. G S S
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    Seems like this is not the CTP, as the CTP opens up in VS2010 as an older version of the .NET Framework. That is a shame :(

    Also, when I open the project in VS2010 (and not convert the target framework) and then press debug, it never seems to load the site? There is always some sort of exception.
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi G S S,

    Currently we do not have build against .NET Framework 4.0, but we will have it for sure. Sitefinity 4.0 CTP has the structure of ASP.NET Web application C#.

    Sincerely yours,
    Ivan Dimitrov
    the Telerik team

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