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  • ellis 1 post 81 karma points
    Sep 06, 2018 @ 14:28
    ellis
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    Install issue Version 7.7.4

    I have another project using this package, which I had no issue with.

    I have attempted to add it via Zip and the Umbraco package page. Both methods of installation I receive a blank pop up on the right side of my screen which stays up indefinitely. Once I refresh the page, I can see the package has been installed. None of the doc/data types related to this package can be found.

    Have I missed something?

    Thank you in advance, Ellis

  • Andy Butland 410 posts 2298 karma points MVP 4x hq c-trib
    Sep 06, 2018 @ 18:20
    Andy Butland
    100

    I've not seen or heard about this issue before I'm afraid no.

    If you see here though there's details of the 2 data types and 2 document types that the package should create when installed. They aren't very complex, so you might just create them manually.

    Create the two datatypes based on the two property editors it sounds like you have successfully installed, and then the two document types.

    Hope that sorts you out but let me know if not.

    Regards

    Andy

  • Lachlann 344 posts 626 karma points
    Dec 07, 2020 @ 16:05
    Lachlann
    0

    Hey guys, I have been trying to install v1.0.4 into an install of Umbraco 7.13.2 the install succeeds no errors but nothing other than the package dependencies is actually added to the solution.

    Any ideas?

    L

  • Lachlann 344 posts 626 karma points
    Dec 07, 2020 @ 16:09
    Lachlann
    0

    Just read the docs properly: There's also a NuGet installer if you prefer to use that:

    PM> Install-Package UmbracoPersonalisationGroups

    However this will only install the dll, not the document types and data types. As such I'd reccommend if you do want to use NuGet for ease of updates, do the following:

    Install the package from our.umbraco.org
    Then install from NuGet to get the dll as a package reference
    

    Seems to have worked :)

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