13 Aug 2010
11 Oct 2011
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That plugin still caused me some trouble during the upgrade. It has a strange method of installation as well in needing to register a separate path for some resources. Make sure you get the latest version of it updated for SP1. And if you are on a production site, I'd do it after hours. I had to apply the update a couple of times (from my backup) before I got my project, my dependent project, and both of my third party plugins all agreeing which version of the sitefinity.dlls were now installed. :-P
I wish that the third party plugins didn't cause a dependency on a particular sitefinity.dll. I've had to wait for my plugins to be updated before I could apply the service pack.
I am going to be very selective in applying third party plugins from this point on since a version mismatch on upgrade can so easily cause a yellow screen of death. I wish Sitefinity was smart enough to hide a failing widget (and notify the admin), rather than failing the whole page.