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Is there a way to localize Event Messages (former bubbles)? Like for example localize the category and message in the following:
e.CancelOperation(new EventMessage("Error", "Can't delete this item because I don't like you.", EventMessageType.Error));
As noted on Slack, I would use a dictionary to handle the translations.
You might want to ask Matt Brailsford about Vorto too though, that might make things easier but I don't know as I've not used it.
Hope this helps nonetheless!
A couple of links for you, and then I'm off to bed!
Hope these help!
Hi Jon, thanks for getting into the trouble of finding those links.
The first one is using a dictionary object to find out whether a node matches a list of values on one of its properties - there's no localization there.
The second one, while very interesting, again has nothing to do with messages localization.
The third one - while very interesting, it doesn't really apply to my case. I'm looking for a way to localize bubble messages that appear when events like publish etc. are hit.
The fourth one actually got me thinking. And, surprise, I thought of a way!
The problem is that front-end languages may not be the same as back-end languages, since the language preference in the back-end is per user and any user can pick any language for the back-end. So dictionary seemed to be out of the picture. That is, until you make the assumption that you have the same languages defined for the back and the front-end. In this case, something like the following works:
var d = ApplicationContext.Current.Services.LocalizationService.GetDictionaryItemByKey("MyMessage");
var literals = d.Translations.Where(x => x.Language.CultureInfo.TwoLetterISOLanguageName == System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture.TwoLetterISOLanguageName);
var literal = (literals!=null) ? literals.First().Value : "My default message";
e.CancelOperation(new EventMessage("Error", literal, EventMessageType.Error));
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
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