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enabled languages for a page



I have a slight problem, I need to get all enabled languages for a site, the problem is that when I use GetLanguageBranches I only get the languages which the page has been created in. 
I need to be able to get all languages so that i can use CreateLanguageBranch for each enabled langugage on the page I create, is there another way to get these enabled languages for a site? 

Apr 02, 2009 8:50

LanguageBranch.ListEnabled() in namespace EPiServer.DataAbstraction.


Apr 02, 2009 14:54

Or PageLanguageSettingsTree.Instance in EPiServer.Core if you need to take into account that the editor has restricted different language for different pages.


Apr 02, 2009 14:58

Thank you, I will try this tomorrow!

Apr 02, 2009 16:09

I guess I should have said that I use EpiServer 4.62b also.

I currently implemented the workaround that I use the languages from the parent-page and that way I can get the relevant languages. And List() gets all languages available in the whole EpiServer.

What I need it for is, when I publish a page on the english-language site, it will search and find all pages, on other sites, which have a "MasterPage" property set to this page and create a new version of this english page in the different languages on the others sites. For example, when i publish a english news-page it will create a new version on another site which has Swedish and Danish languages enabled so that they can translate the page into those languages and then publish it.
But if no language is previously created on this page it will only find the currently created language, what I need is to find all languages available on this site, in this case, Swedish and Danish.

Edited, Apr 03, 2009 9:05

In EPiServer 8 you can do something like the following to find all enabled languages for a site and find out which languages are missing for a specific page (for example to automatically create "missing" language versions):

var languagesNotYetCreatedForPage = ServiceLocator.Current.GetInstance<ILanguageBranchRepository>()
.Where(language => !myPage.ExistingLanguages.Contains(language.Culture)
.Select(language => language.Culture);
Edited, Mar 05, 2015 16:13
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