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Hi all,

I have changed the parameters to have LO in front of them (so for
example LOlocale) so they shouldn't interfere with silverstripe.

Can the parameters LOlocale, LOmodule and LOVersion be passed from
silverstripe to the BSA?

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Rob Snelders

Op 18-12-12 15:47, Christian Lohmaier schreef:
Hi Rob, Flo, *,

On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 1:30 PM, Florian Effenberger 
<> wrote:
Rob Snelders wrote on 2012-12-16 23:23:

For expanding the "Send Feedback" option in LibreOffice we
added some parameters to the link it opens. One of the
parameters is locale. But there is a bug[1] posted that using a
locale that's not US then the website doesn't load anymore.

locale is a parameter used by silverstripe - so it is a bad idea to

It is uses to manually switch between translations of a site - and
as you noticed creates an error when a non-existing locale is used

see for example.

And non-existing doesn't mean non-existing translation, but when
the locale-identifier itself is unknown to silverstripe/the
zend-framework silverstripe uses.

I tried a link[2] and then the website doesn't load anymore.

it is "invalid" locale as described above. correct one would be
nl_NL instead of just nl:

correct in the sense that it is a valid locale in
silverstripe's/Zends opinion. When there is no translated page, it
will hand out the subsite's default langauge.

But when I try with the US-locale[3] then the page works. Can
this be easily solved in the website? Or would it be better if
I use another parameter-name?

If you want to keep the locale parameter, you need to make sure
you're using the ones that silverstripe likes. i.e. the long

I lack the technical details on how the BSA is implemented.

This has nothing to do with the BSA itself. BSA ist just displayed 
within an iframe. It is already silverstripe's zend-cache that
fails because of the invalid parameter.

Probably Christian Lohmaier, our Silverstripe expert, knows
things best here. What I can offer from the server side is to
write a mod_rewrite rule. However, this is always the least
preferred option, since it IMHO would then break some 
Silverstripe functionality.

mod rewrite to change a query parameter is madness :-)

ciao Christian

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