Problems with adding Community to existing EPiServer CMS site

At the assignment I’m at right now we’re building a intranet based on EPiServer. We started out with just the CMS because the customer wanted to think through if they would go full monty and get Relate+. Now they’re done thinking and yes add Community to the CMS. That should be easy, there’s an option for that in Deployment Center. It wasn’t… But that wasn’t EPiServer’s fault =)

The problem was that when the Deployment Center tried to run the sql script for installing the database stuff for EPiServer Community we got the error message “There is insufficient system memory in resource pool ‘internal’ to runt this query”. After a couple of hours of trying to figuring out why, and googleling a lot, I came to the conclusion that something must be wrong with the database. The Sql Server wasn’t updated with any service packs so guess what gave us a solution to the problem…? Adding Service Pack 2 to the Sql Server 2008. The option could be adding just some hotfixes if you don’t want to add the Service Pack. But as being an old IT-technician I always add an service pack rather than just a hotfix included in the service pack

Now we only have the problem that the Community tab isn’t showing in Online Center, but I guess that’s a question of configurating EPiServer the right way… TGIF =)

About mathias

.Net system developer working mainly with CMS and then foremost with EPiServer. Other areas of interest are jQuery and writting plugins. Otherwise also interested in photography and then playing with my Nikon D70.
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