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Error: DotNetNuke module development

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I'm first time working on DotNetNuke module development.
I created and installed a sample module. It installed successfully.
but when I'm going to add into a page, it's giving me following error:

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  1. DotNetNuke.Services.Exceptions.ModuleLoadException: Could not load type 
  2. 'YourCompany.Modules.TCModule.ViewTCModule'. ---> 
  3. System.Web.HttpParseException: Could not load type 'YourCompany.Modules.TCModule.ViewTCModule'. ---> 
  4. System.Web.HttpParseException: Could not load type 'YourCompany.Modules.TCModule.ViewTCModule'. ---> 
  5. System.Web.HttpException: Could not load type 'YourCompany.Modules.TCModule.ViewTCModule'. at System.Web.UI.TemplateParser.GetType
  6. (String typeName, Boolean ignoreCase, Boolean throwOnError) at ....
Let me know.. where I'm going wrong..

Thanks in Adv.
Oct 13 '09 #1
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I googled... I guess it's DNN versioning problem.

you can not add a module developed in higher version.. into DNN website of lower version
Oct 14 '09 #2
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Hi ssnaik,

You can, but you must target your version specifically to support previous versions using the module manifest files, along with ensuring that you don't use features from newer versions - DotNetNuke sources are available for older versions so you can use those for developing modules, most modules that I've come across are written to support either 4.5.5 onwards or 4.7.x onwards.

Hope this helps,

Jan 14 '10 #3

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