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Project Manager -> lost project?

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  1. clayman
    clayman avatar
    38 posts
    23 Sep 2009
    12 Oct 2009
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    I recently upgraded from the "trial" to the "standard" edition.

    As part of the trial I built out a portion of my site.

    After the upgrade, my project manager reflected 2 versions of my project.  One version had the "created by" attribute set to "old project".  I went into edit mode on both versions and they looked identical, which led me to believe that a copy of the project had been made (perhaps needed to eliminate the annoying "this is a trial" notices which pop-up regularly when working under the trial version).

    I clicked "remove" on that "old project" record, at which point the other record (the one where the "created by" had my nt credentials) disappeared.  Clicking "edit" on the "old project" now yields a "resource cannot be found" error.

    My project files are still in place, and a query against sf_PageBase shows that the pages I defined are still there.  So what happened? 

    UPDATE:  I recreated the vdir in IIS and that seems to have resolved the problem.  Other than the "created by" references "old project"...  still would like to know why this happened and what I did wrong.

  2. Ivan Dimitrov
    Ivan Dimitrov avatar
    16072 posts
    12 Sep 2017
    12 Oct 2009
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    Hi clayman,

    Removing the trial message requires only setting the license key in a trial edition. I am not sure why you have created a second project. The behavior you see can be reproduce only in case the files from your default project folder ( the default folder is C:\Program Files\telerik\Sitefinity3.7\WebSites) are removed.

    Ivan Dimitrov
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