i am getting
"Error loading module 'SitefinityWebApp.InterfaceMappingsData' of type InterfaceMappingsData
Another module (of type InterfaceMappingsData) with the same name has already been loaded
1) Ensure that you have not accidentally loaded the same module twice.
2) If you are using automatic module loading, ensure you have not manually loaded a module
that may be found by the module loader. "
Anyone is encountered this . I have InterfaceMappingsData ninject module which is being loaded in bootstrap method
ninjectKernel = Telerik.Sitefinity.Frontend.FrontendModule.Current.DependencyResolver;
Yes it was thank you. Please update your documentation with this implementation.
Nico le Roux
Hi thanks for resolving please at least post a note at the top of the article that this will throw an error in version 9 and link here. Just wasted two hours on this issue.
Please see attached screenshots and code if that makes it easier....
I have tried all the methods listed above and the workaround, but still keep getting the same issue. This happens when I trigger changes(activate/deactivate) a module in Sitefinity/Administration/ModulesAndServices The progress bar (green) goes into a loop and refreshing the page gives me this: Error loading Ninject component ICache No such component has been registered in the kernel's component container. Suggestions: 1) If you have created a custom subclass for KernelBase, ensure that you have properly implemented the AddComponents() method. 2) Ensure that you have not removed the component from the container via a call to RemoveAll(). 3) Ensure you have not accidentally created more than one kernel. And in the error logs for sitefinity I get: Message : Error loading module 'YourPackage.YourModule' of type YourModule Another module (of type YourModule) with the same name has already been loaded Suggestions: 1) Ensure that you have not accidentally loaded the same module twice. 2) If you are using automatic module loading, ensure you have not manually loaded a module that may be found by the module loader.
Have followed the article: docs.sitefinity.com/feather-use-constructor-dependency-injections and the workaround too: github.com/.../2580 Can someone help please?