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9/9/2016 12:25 PM
 

Hi,

I have a site with Polish as the default language. I enabled Localized Content and translated all pages to English. 

I tested 1 of the page and could successfully switch languages on that page. Then, I needed to rename the page name on the English version. After renaming it, I was no longer able to switch languages (clicking on either language flags kept taking me to the Polish page).

Anyone encountered this issue before?

 
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9/10/2016 7:04 AM
 
the Connection between translations is done using IDs, not names, therefore this shouldn't happen.
Are you using Advanced URLs or 3rd Party URL extensions? Which DNN Version are you running?

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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9/10/2016 9:48 AM
 
Sebastian Leupold wrote:
the Connection between translations is done using IDs, not names, therefore this shouldn't happen.

That's whay I thought too, but I'm guessing something is getting changed as well when the page name is updated.
Strangely, I've noticed that when I hover over the US page link, the correct URL appears at the bottom of my browser, but when I click on it, it redirects to the Polish version. Also, when I try to view the US page from Page Management, it redirects to the Polish version too.


Sebastian Leupold wrote:
Are you using Advanced URLs or 3rd Party URL extensions? Which DNN Version are you running?

I'm honestly not sure. How can I check that
I'm running version 08.00.04 (upgraded from 07.04.01 with no errors, although I think that was also upgraded from an older version).. Is there a way to check the history of DNN versions upgraded on the site; I've read that Advanced URLs is not activated by default for upgrades of earlier versions to DNN 7.1

 
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9/10/2016 12:16 PM
 
did you make sure, the translated page is still marked as translated?
Advanced URLs don't have .aspx extension and there shows up a "page url" field on top of Page Settings. To enable it, replace word "humanfriendly" by "advanced" in your web.config file.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

Speed up your DNN Websites with TurboDNN
 
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9/10/2016 12:35 PM
 
Sebastian Leupold wrote:
did you make sure, the translated page is still marked as translated?
Advanced URLs don't have .aspx extension and there shows up a "page url" field on top of Page Settings. To enable it, replace word "humanfriendly" by "advanced" in your web.config file.

Yes, it's still marked as translated. And Advanced URL is already enabled.

Current page URL in Page Settings is "/Privacy-Policy-en-US" but page is redirecting to "/Polityka-Prywatności". I checked Page Settings > Other Settings for Page URL redirect and it's set to 'None'.

 
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