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Module Versioning

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    Hi All,

    I have DNN 9.11.0 installed. Every time I have to do some changes in module I have to increase the versioning.

    Do I need to do these increment in versioning manually every time in AssemblyInfo.cs and in .DNN manifest file? Is there some better way also?


    Tarunjit Singh

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      It depends on how you're building your modules.  I'm guessing that you'll indeed need to update the version value everywhere that's necessary.  That includes the project itself where it will version the assembly, in the DNN manifest, and potentially in other places as well.  However, there are development options that help do that for you.  For an example, see the blog below.  

      Upendo DNN Generator 1.10 Saves You a TON of Time Versioning

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