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11/22/2013 4:42 PM
 

For several reasons i must include a stand alone page (.aspx) not relative to DotNetNuke portal inside a custom module. I ve manage to create the page, and connect it with module as necessary. My problem comes when i want to provide this page on a different language other than english. For some reason the resx files cannot be found from the page.

The language of the page is provided over url parameters (ex ?Lang=el-GR, ?Lang=en-US e.t.c.)

Any suggestions please.

 
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11/23/2013 8:22 PM
 

You would need to look at how your aspx file is configured to handle multiple languages - by default language localization in generic aspx files is handled by examining the language that is set for the browser - NOT by examining a query string.

The Lang=el-GR  option in DNN is not standard aspx - it is a function of dnn's language resources - and is NOT controlled by the browser.

To get your own aspx to work with based on a querystring value - you would need to look at how the resource manager works - and override the default handling - to load the resource files you require.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libra...

Westa

 
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11/24/2013 3:07 AM
 

Thank you for your response. The problem actually is that (i think) because of the DNN structure for some reason the page does not resolve the proper path for the resx file. I am saying this as i am overiding the culture before the page load with InitializeCulture(). It does not recognize either the en-us default resx file. I ve placed resx files inside the module folder inside the App_LocalResources folder. I ve also created an App_LocalResources folder on the root of the portal just in case it would be recognized from this part.

How can i check the path that the file looking for the proper resources?

Any suggestions please.

 
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11/24/2013 4:59 AM
 
Is your aspx page based on the normal asp.net pagebase or on the DotNetNuke.Framework.PageBase.

There are any number of odd issues that can occur when trying to run a generic aspx page inside the same application session as dnn.
dnn makes extensive changes at the globals level and also the httpmodule level.

Are you explicitly telling your page to use browser culture ?
<%@ Page UICulture="auto" Culture="auto" %>
 
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