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Admin multilingual interface issue

Admin multilingual interface issue

Thursday 26 March 2009 12:23:22 pm - 6 replies

Hello there,

Is there a better solution than create X admin siteaccesses for X admin languages interfaces?

Thanks a lot!

Thursday 26 March 2009 12:40:12 pm

Hi,
i think that it depends on in your need.
why do you want to create another siteaccess of x language?
you can manage all the content from one admin interface.

Thursday 26 March 2009 12:55:27 pm

I would like to have the admin labels multilingual;

www.url.com/admin_eng
www.url.com/admin_fre
www.url.com/admin_ger
etc...

Friday 16 October 2009 3:28:15 pm

I have the same question, so will give it a second shot by answering and bringing the thread back to latest forum queue ... Anyone please? happy.gif Emoticon

Sunday 18 October 2009 12:40:00 am

What's wrong exactly for you with having one siteaccess per language?

Monday 19 October 2009 10:28:27 am

It is not about being or not being able to access admin in various languages, but about extent of flexibility eZ offers for this particular issue. Namely, it is more convenient to specify admin language at the moment of editor registration with an ability to change it by this user as needed, and have a single URL for everybody to access that is provided in the manual.

Monday 19 October 2009 2:03:27 pm

@Denis sounds a good idea.

I guess it can be done using
1 - a lang attribute in the user (or looking up its translations)
2- a custom module/view instead of user/login, that does the same as the standard one, but builds a redirect url at the end that is localized

It might even be doable simply by usage of the LoginRedirectionUriAttribute setting from site.ini: just set up your user attributes that stores the url where to be redirected to, and create the custom module/view that the users will be redirected upon login. That view will just redirect to the content/view/2 in the correct siteaccess.

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