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  • James Hildeman 92 posts 88 karma points
    Jul 11, 2011 @ 23:57
    James Hildeman
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    Installer assumes /Umbraco directory...

    First, this is a great tool.  Thanks for all the hard work and attention to detail.  Update existing which effectively can merge people into multiple groups.  Good stuff!

    Second, is it possible to update the install package to honor the "umbracoPath" appSetting in web.config?  Some of us run using a re-branded directory which is controlled by this appSetting.  The steps to successfully complete this (based on your v1.2) are as follows:

    1. Put the "plugins\CMSImport" file under "umbracoPath" vs. assuming /Umbraco
    2. Update "plugins\CMSImport\*.aspx" changing:
      FROM:  /Umbraco/
      TO: {umbracoPathAppSetting}/          
      NOTE the trailing slash as umbracoPath is assumed to not end in a slash

    Versions:

    • Umbraco v4.0.2.1
    • asp.net v2.0
  • Richard Soeteman 3807 posts 11786 karma points MVP
    Jul 12, 2011 @ 08:46
    Richard Soeteman
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    Hi James,

    Would love to change this buit I think that will break the Umbraco Installer (Or using the {umbracoPathAppSetting} in the installer must be a hidden gem?). The rest of the package respects the umbracoPath setting. To get this working with another path you need to do a manual install I'm affraid. This process is documented in the manual

    Hope this helps you a bit,

    Richard

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