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SF 3.7 Edit Template Problems

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  1. Francis
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    24 Aug 2009
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    Greetings,
    I upgraded to SF 3.7 this weekend, from Sitefinity 3.6.  For some reason now, the Edit Template functionality is now 404ing, which it didn't do before.  Is there anything that has changed between 3.6 and 3.7 for template management, or is this something I probably have screwed up on my server?

    Thanks,
    Francis
  2. Georgi
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    24 Aug 2009
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    Hi Francis,

    Thank you for your question.

    The problem is related to whitespaces in the template name. The bug was introduced with Sitefinity 3.7 indeed, and it has been fixed for our next service pack (which will be released shortly after SP1 of the RadControls - we will provide this package as well). 

    The workaround for now is to rename the templates or use such with no whitespaces in the name. 

    We apologize for the inconvenience. 

    Greetings,
    Georgi
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  3. MNP
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    26 Aug 2009
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    Is there an ETA on a service pack? I'm just wondering if I should go through the pain of renaming the master pages, or just sit tight for a week(s?) until the SP1 is released.
    Thanks
    _____
    Edit - I guess it's easy to do - simply go to the properties on the template and take out the spaces - done.


  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    26 Aug 2009
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    Hello Matt,

    We will try to release a SP in the middle of September. Meanwhile you could try using the following work around:

    1. Create a new class in App_Code that inherits form CmsHttpModule.

     
     
    using System.Web;    
     
    using Telerik.Cms.Web;    
     
        
     
    public class CustomCmsHttpModule : CmsHttpModule    
     
    {    
     
        protected override CmsRequest GetCmsRequest(HttpContext context)    
     
        {    
     
            return new CmsRequest(context.Request.RawUrl);    
     
        }    
     
    }    
     
      
     


    2. Declare the module in your web.config file

    - integrated pipline mode.

     
     
    <system.webServer>    
     
           <modules>    
     
              ...    
     
              <add name="Cms" type="CustomCmsHttpModule, App_Code" />   
     


    - classic mode

     
     
    <system.web>    
     
           <httpModules>    
     
              ...    
     
              <add name="Cms" type="CustomCmsHttpModule, App_Code" />   
     


    Greetings,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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