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How to call Uninitialize method in IInitializableModule module used in Episerver Module creation

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Hi ,

When i am trying to un-install my module from Visual Studio Manage Nuget Package Manager, my Uninitialize method in one InitializableModule is not getting triggered. What is the best way to trigger a Uninitialize method in IInitializableModule module used in Episerver Module.

[InitializableModule]
[ModuleDependency(typeof(DataInitialization))]
[ModuleDependency(typeof(ShellInitialization))]
public class TInitializer : IInitializableModule

This is how my declaration for the module, but this is not getting called when i am uninstalling my module from nuget package manager in visual stuido. I have some scripts to run when i am trying to uninstall this module.

Regards,

Manik

#219151
Mar 30, 2020 10:14
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Uninitialize is for the application, i.e. when your website or application shuts down. If you are thinking about uninstall nuget package, then it can be done via uninstall.ps1  http://www.roundcrisis.com/2014/08/03/Nuget-install-tricks/

#219153
Mar 30, 2020 11:10
V M S MANIKYALA RAO - Mar 30, 2020 11:51
So when i am uninstalling my nuget package (which is a Episerver Module) , i need to trigger the powershell script to run my code which should be done at uninstallation?
Quan Mai - Mar 30, 2020 11:57
mostly yes. you need to write a uninstall.ps1 and put it in your nuget package. When your package is uninstalled, nuget will execute your uninstall.ps1 automatically
valdis - Apr 01, 2020 19:44
You can checkout some Episerver packages that does this already . If I recall correctly Episerver.Framework has some PS scripts to execute at various package installation stages..
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