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DotNetNuke site not importing

Thread began 2/19/2010 4:08 pm by TIG Development | Last modified 2/25/2010 6:37 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1130 views | 5 replies |

TIG Development

DotNetNuke site not importing

Following DotNetNuke site is not importing beyond initial page even though we've configured for Entire Site and referenced specific default pages per your FAQ suggestion. Any additional thoughts are appreciated.

www.kidfitness101.com
Default.aspx

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What is your operating system?
Dreamweaver Version?


can you send a copy of the WAImportLog.txt file that is created in the import directory?

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TIG Development

dotnetnuke site not importing

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  What is your operating system?
Dreamweaver Version?


Windows XP CS4 v10.0 Build 4117
can you send a copy of the WAImportLog.txt file that is created in the import directory?  



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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

from the log, it looks like you are importing to the following directory:
F:\My Documents\Clients\OnCourtOffCourt\kidfitness101.com website\



try importing to a directory that does not contain any spaces or other special characters such as the period in the path.

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TIG Development

dotnetnuke import issue

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  from the log, it looks like you are importing to the following directory:
F:\My Documents\Clients\OnCourtOffCourt\kidfitness101.com website\



try importing to a directory that does not contain any spaces or other special characters such as the period in the path.  




no joy - imported to \kidfitness101 with same results. other thoughts?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

have you added '.aspx' to the list of files types to follow?

On the third step of the site import wizard, there is an option for File type to import, the default list is:
.html .htm .css .php .asp .cfml .cfm .jsp .js


change that to include .aspx files:
.html .htm .css .php .asp .cfml .cfm .jsp .js .aspx

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