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From Dmitry Sklyut <Dmitry_Skl...@orcom.com>
Subject RE: Patch for JLoginUser Customization issue
Date Tue, 23 Sep 2003 20:23:18 GMT
I forgot to mention that I am using the latest CVS code.  Got it yesterday
at around 7pm.
ChangePassword.java has the same issue.  So it looks like anything that is
using deprecated Localization.getString(rundata, string), should be modified
to Localization.getString(string, httprequest) or



-----Original Message-----
From: Dmitry Sklyut 
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2003 4:17 PM
To: 'Jetspeed DevList'
Subject: Patch for JLoginUser Customization issue

Hi All, 

While working through the Portlet Tutorial I stumbled on the issue with
JLoginUser class, where a "Horrible Error" was dumped to the screen.

Steps to reproduce: 
1) Create a custom MyCustomLocalization_en.properties file in new package
"com.somethig.or.other.modules.localization" with only the following key (so
that we know it works):

TOP_TITLE=Welcome to My Portal 

2) Modify TurbineResources.properties to set: 

3) Rebuild the Jetspeed war and deploy.  The site should come up with a page
title of "Welcome to My Portal" 
4) Try to login with admin/turbine (invalid password) - this will generate a
"Horrible Error". 

The fix was to replace all of the deprecated Localization.getString(rundata,
string_key) with Localization.getString(string_key, rundata.getRequest())

This way JetspeedLocalizationService.getString(String bundleName, Locale
locale, String key) is called.  Prior to the change only the default bundle
was found and MissingResourceException was generated for the




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