Hi Ivy team,

AFAIK, if a CMS entry hasn't defined the user's current language, its default language will be used as an alternative one. Default language can be set by ivy.cms.setDefaultLanguage(Locale) but the above CMS entry still uses the old one. Is it the correct behavior?


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asked 19.01.2017 at 07:49

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edited 19.01.2017 at 07:51

The content language for a user is hierarchically defined and in the following order:

  1. request
  2. override
  3. ivy (designer simulation settings)
  4. browser
  5. client OS

Most of the times the locale is defined via browser locale. But a locale on the request would override this behavior.

To change the language to render for a certain user you can use the API on ISession:


answered 20.01.2017 at 15:27

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