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6/23/2016 10:51 PM
 
Hello,

Developing SPA Modules using Angular is actually pretty nice even there is no documentation.
Anyway I ran into a problem that I need some help.
To get access to the localization resources I use the following code in an API controller:

var currentCultureName = System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture.Name;

var init = new InitData
{
ClientResources =
LocalizationProvider.Instance.GetCompiledResourceFile(PortalSettings,
"/DesktopModules/MyModule/App_LocalResources/ClientResources.resx",
currentCultureName)
};

return Request.CreateResponse(HttpStatusCode.OK, init);


This works as long as I use only one language. As soon as I add a second languasge and switch between languages it works only for one language.
Actually the problem is not a SPA problem because I tested the same code in a web forms module and the problems are there too.

I my case I try the following:
- Go to page with my SPA module (in English)
- Content shows up in English
- Switch to the second language (German)
- Content of the second language shows up
- Go back to English
- The German content is still there and won't change anymore until I clear the cache

Any ideas how this can be fixed or is there a better way to get the localization resources?

Thanks,
Harald
 
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