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11/25/2011 at 1:46 am #6574
No wonder I could not get it to work
11/25/2011 at 1:51 am #3982
I have English as the default language in my SharePoint site, Norwegian is installed as a alternate language.
I created a page with the qSelector webpart and connected it to some standard webparts on the same page (4 “Send row to”-connections in the qSelector to a couple of lists).
Display fields in the qSelector:
<Field Name=”Title” />
<Field Name=”Organizational ID Number” />
Display field name: Title
Sort field: Title
After having configured all of the connections and verified that it worked properly, I tried to add support for Norwegian as described in the help section for Quest SP webparts.
I created a list called ResourceList in the same site with the following columns: “Resource ID”, “Culture”, “Value” and the following values:
Resource IDCultureValueTitleTitleTitlenb-NOTittelOrganizational ID NumberOrganizational ID NumberOrganizational ID Numbernb-NOID-nummer for organisasjon
I then opened ezEdit in the qSelector webpart and inserted the following Localization values:
Resource List: <Lists><List SiteUrl=http://MyServer/Leverandorarkiv2” ListName=”ResourceList” /></Lists>
Title Resource ID: Resource ID
So far so good. The qSelector still worked and no errors were given during test usage. I then went into the SharePoint SiteSettings and activated the alternate language support for Norwegian, and then I got the following exception from the qSelector:
“One or more field types are not installed properly. Go to the list settings page to delete these fields.”
I don’t understand why it did not work, so any help regarding this error would be much appreciated
11/25/2011 at 1:51 am #6575
I recorded the issue as an enhancement and hopefully it will be in a future release.
11/25/2011 at 8:09 am #4895
Quest Web Parts version 5.6 supports dynamic language switching for qListView, qListForm and qChartView but not for qSelector.
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