Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals v8.2 introduced a new way to implement multilanguage portals. I outlined how to enable multi-language on portals here.
Essentially, there is now a “parent” web page record as well as a “child” page for the default language and additional content language pages can be added.
The code in the content page will run.
If we navigate to the web page on the portal, we will see the appropriate result (and based on the alert message, know that its the code on the child page that gets run).
The new update to the XrmToolBox will make it easier to manage this code. The latest build identifies the particular content pages. (Along with colour coding!)
Nick Doelman is a Microsoft Business Solution MVP and wants to let his blog readers that it is currently the NHL playoffs and that Canada is pretty much shut down until the Stanley Cup is awarded. Go Sens!