Last post Nov 22, 2005 02:17 AM by AnyUserNameWillDo
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I think I understand.
Currently (as far as I know) the installer is not sophisticated enough to run custom actions that would execute code such as that. Not saying the DNN installer isn't advanced (it is, especially for web applications). However, it doesn't have anything to
execute code other than SQL.
An interesting approach to this would be to create a scheduler task to run 1 time, that would then execute the task to run (hopefully quickly) to install the HTTP Module from the schedule code (in which case you could *then* use either System.Xml or the
simple DNN config utility.)
You would achieve the automation by having your SqlDataProvider (or whatever provider you use) insert the item into the schedule table, DNN would pick it up, execute it, and you now have automated HTTP Module install.
Try it out and let me know how it goes