[Tickets #5098] Login language selection doesn't stick with LDAP auth

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Fri Mar 9 14:14:50 UTC 2007


Ticket URL: http://bugs.horde.org/ticket/?id=5098
 Ticket             | 5098
 Created By         | kris at kayell.com
 Summary            | Login language selection doesn't stick with LDAP auth
 Queue              | Horde Base
 Version            | 3.0.2
 Type               | Bug
 State              | Unconfirmed
 Priority           | 1. Low
 Owners             | 

kris at kayell.com (2007-03-09 06:14) wrote:

On a fresh install of Horde or Horde Groupware (w/Gentoo, Apache2, PHP5),
using the default authentication mechanism, the language I select when I
log in is carried into my session, and Horde is displayed in the selected
language as long as I haven't specified a preferred language in Options.

Switching the authentication to LDAP, however, seems to break this.  The
language I select at login, if not English,  is used only in the names of
the applications, and not in any other text strings.  Also, the string
that tells me when I last logged in, has a bunch of screwy characters in
it--usually indicative of an encoding conflict.  I'm running Horde on a
100% UTF-8 webserver and database (PostgreSQL).

I'm only using my LDAP v3 ActiveDirectory server for authentication, not
preferencing or anything else, so it would make sense that once the login
credentials have been verified, everything else would work exactly as if
I'd chosen any other authentication mechanism.  I've been able to
reproduce this exact behavior on five servers, all running fairly recent
(0-2 years old) versions of Gentoo/Fedora Core, Apache2, PHP4/5 and
PostgreSQL 8.

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