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"Input string was not in a correct format." in example Blog Creation
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Re: "Input string was not in a correct format." in example Blog Creation
Jun 13, 2005 11:58 AM
I'm having the same problem with any manual module definition creation. My users are also experiencing the same issue. This appears to be an issue with DNN 3.1. I've discovered a workaround. If you put "0" (without quotes) into the Default Cache Time text box before you click the Add Definition link, then it appears to work. Looking at the code, the routine is trying to parse the Cache input and not adding a default value if the Cache input field is blank. Adding the default value of 0 solves the issue.
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