Anu Bhuvanendran Nair Anu Bhuvanendran Nair - 1 month ago 29
PHP Question

Realurl generating non default language titles in the url of default tt_news links

I am using TYPO3 7.6.9, tt_news 7.6.1 and realurl 2.0.14 .
I've configured my realurl manually for my multi-language website. The problem is that, real url is generating non-default language titles for news items in the site at default view.
For instance, my default language is bosnian and alternate translation is english.
When I view the page like www.mysite.com/bs/article/news.. url is cool.
But when the url is www.mysite.com/article/news.. then the translation of news title is not shown. Instead english title is shown in url.
Already wrote every possible realurl_conf. :( But still pulling my hair out.

'postVarSets' => array (
'_DEFAULT' => array (
'article' => array(
'news' => array (
'GETvar' => 'tx_ttnews[tt_news]',
'lookUpTable' => array(
'table' => 'tt_news',
'id_field' => 'uid',
'alias_field' => 'title',
'addWhereClause' => ' AND NOT deleted AND NOT hidden',
'useUniqueCache' => 1,
'useUniqueCache_conf' => array(
'strtolower' => 1,
'spaceCharacter' => '-',
),
'expireDays' => 180,
'languageGetVar' => 'L',
'languageExceptionUids' => '',
'languageField' => 'sys_language_uid',
'transOrigPointerField' => 'l18n_parent',
// 'autoUpdate' => 1,
),
),
),


Typoscript is like below

# language configuration
page.config.linkVars = L
page.config.sys_language_uid = 30
page.config.language = bs
page.config.locale_all = bs_BA.utf8

# english language
[globalVar = GP:L = 0]
page.config.sys_language_uid = 0
page.config.language = en
page.config.locale_all = en_GB.utf8
page.config.htmlTag_langKey = en
[global]


I am aware that, during default view no 'L' parameter is passed and all. But with the shared realurl_conf it must be solved,right ??
I've tried valueDefault in vain.

Answer

Having no answer to my question yet, I've somehow managed to fix this issue. I know this is quite vague, but I fiiirmly believe the fix came from some typoscript defining the languages. Anyways t is cool now (at least for my website).

Next time you come across an issue like this, try checking your language related typoscript settings. Good Luck Amigos. Peace. :)