A wrong language or locale is used after you logged on to the Enterprise Portal ?
Web Dynpro Java application showing the desired language while Portal outer frame showing unwanted language like following example (Web Dynpro Java app is in Chinese while Portal ourter frame is in English):
Above issue symptom may contain but not limited to below scenarios:
- Same Windows 8/10 version, some of portal end users see only one desired language(ex. Chinese) for both Web Dynpro Java application and Portal outer frame while other end users see Chinese in Web Dynpro Java application & English on Portal outer frame.
- Same user, on one Windows 8/10 client PC, he sees only one desired language(ex, Chinese) for both Web Dynpro Java application and Portal outer frame. However, he sees Chinese in Web Dynpro Java application & English on Portal outer frame on another Windows 8/10 client PC.
- Web Dynpro Java
windows 8, windows 10, windows8, windows10, win8, win10, portal language, portal outer frame language, Web dynpro language, Web Dynpro Java, Locales, languages, date and time formats, request.defaultlanguage, request.defaultcountry, request.mandatorylanguage, request.mandatorycountry, default locale, mandatory locale , KBA , EP-PIN-PRT , Portal Runtime , BC-WD-JAV , Web Dynpro Java , Problem
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