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4/14/2016 11:27 AM
 

Hello,

I have DNN 8.0.0 with many portals installed and for each portal three different languages are configured: English as default language and then Italian and Chinese.

The home page is named "home" and it has the same name for each language. The URLs are the following:

www.mysite.com/en-us/home.aspx

www.mysite.com/it-it/home.aspx

www.mysite.com/zh-cn/home.aspx

All URLs work fine, but if I put in my browser the URL www.mysite.com/home.aspx I get a few errors:

- the first one: the variable PortalModuleBase.TabId is always the TabId related to page "home" in Chinese language, and this creates some bugs on my code;

- the second one: the labels under localization sometimes are in Chinese language and sometines in English language.

With DNN 7.0.0 I didn't have this issue, but now, after upgrading to 8.0.0, I obtained these problems.

Is there a fix somewhere?

Many thanks for your cooperation.

Massimo

 
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