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Multigual Need!

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  1. William Nguyen
    William Nguyen avatar
    1 posts
    29 Dec 2009
    16 Jan 2010
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    Hello Support Team!
       I have a problem with Languages in Sitefinity. Some question need to be answered.
    - 1st: Now, I'm using Sitefinity V3.7 sp2, when i set up my site to multigual (belong your video) but I can't do for the same result and ERROR show.
                     -  In Web.Congfig file don't have <localization> tag
                     -  and don't have any file name like telerik.Localization.dll or something like it int my Website folder.
    - 2nd: Now, please, show me the way how to setup my site to multigual by send me: a topic, a tutoral or something like that.
             please send me something:
                      - file Telerik.Localization.dll if it need to solve this problem.
                      - and something help me make my site have the same result with your tutoral video.

    (Multi-Language & Localization Support in Sitefinit)

    Thanks you!

    Contact me:
       My email:
  2. Phill Hodgkinson
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    362 posts
    10 Nov 2004
    17 Jan 2010
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    Hi William,

    It would appear that you've got the Community Edition. In the free community edition there are some features that aren't available, one of them as you've discovered is Multilingual support (this is why you're missing the Telerik.Localization.dll file). 

    Just recently, without notice Telerik decided to remove the Community Edition and it would appear that they've also removed any pages that explained the differences between the two. An unfortunate move on their part for sure. Apparently you're still allowed to use the Community Edition you currently have, but the only way to get your Multilingual support is to go to the pay per use Standard Edition.

    I hope that helps.

    p.s. To Telerik, if people are still allowed to use the community edition wouldn't it make sense to leave community related pages online? Instead of removing them, perhaps update them to explain why it's not longer available for download and any information regarding ongoing support and updates for that system. I know I'd like to know...
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