can you confirm that the account of your application pool (generally NETWORK SERVICE) has the permissions to modify the database? The implementation of multilingual support in Sitefinity requires the running account to have such permissions (since it is adding additional columns for the new languages).Kind regards,
can you confirm that the account of your application pool (generally NETWORK SERVICE) has the permissions to modify the database?
Yes, the Network Service account is db_owner of the site's database, and in fact, if I take a look at the tables, I do see extra-columns such as url_name_[culture] and so on.
So it looks like the modification succeeded, well partially at least.
If you need to, I can provide you with a backup of my database as well as the ASP.NET sources so you can easily reproduce my issue.
glad to hear that you've managed to get the issue resolved. We'll try to reproduce the issue you were having before and fix it if we manage to reproduce it.Kind regards,