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  • Nicolás Cova 48 posts 120 karma points
    Jul 08, 2013 @ 20:53
    Nicolás Cova

    YSOD after installing Workflow 2.1 in Umbraco 4.7.2

    Hi everybody, I'm having a bit of trouble with the Workflow 2.1 package. The site I'm working on has Umbraco 4.7.2 and has the following packages installed:

    • AutoFolders 2.0.3
    • Categorisation
    • ConfigTree 2.0
    • Diplo Link Checker 1.3
    • FamFamFam Icon Package 1.0
    • Flodeble 1.0
    • MultipleFileUpload 1.2
    • uComponents 4.1.0
    • Umbraco Contour

    Whenever I try to install Workflow, I get a YSOD a couple of seconds after the installation begins. This YSOD does not break the site (or backend) in any way. When I have a look at the 'Installed Packages" node in the Developer section, the Workflow package appears as if it had installed correctly. At this point, none of the tabs belonging to the Workflow package appear in the Content or Developer sections of the backend. After that, I uninstalled the package, enabled Debug Compilation in my web.config file and tried installing the package again. My result was this new YSOD:

    And, once again, the Workflow package appears under the "Installed Packages" node and none of the Workflow's tabs are visible in the backend. Has this happened to anyone before? I need to find a solution to this urgently. Thanks in advance.

  • Nicolás Cova 48 posts 120 karma points
    Jul 09, 2013 @ 17:25
    Nicolás Cova

    [Update] Got a different YSOD when trying to install the package today. Since I was working on a production site when I got the error the first couple of times, I thought it would be kind of dangerous to be fooling around with the package and the frequent YSODs. So I decided to make a backup of the site and set it up at my localhost. After doing so I tried once again to install the package and go the following YSOD, which is different from the one I reported previously:


    (Here's the complete YSOD so you guys can see the message entirely)


    Does anybody have an idea about what could be going on? Thanks.


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