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Symfony2: Sticky language does not stick always

2015/12/8 作者:不祥 来源: 互联网
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I have weird problem, that never happened before. The sticky language does not working always.

Its starts working for a while when doing these steps:

go to dev environment click to profiler go back to dev enviroment switch language go to production enviroment

Viola, the sticky language now works.

I have tried several ways, googled, stackoverflowed, used own brain to customize language handling in tons of different ways. For example set a custom session variable then based on its value I have tried to set request language and also language to session. But as soon as page loads, this native session variable is lost including request parameters.

Here is my current LocateListener witch works as described above:

class LocateListener implements EventSubscriberInterface { private $defaultLocale; public function __construct($defaultLocale = 'sk') { $this->defaultLocale = $defaultLocale; } public function onKernelRequest(GetResponseEvent $event) { $request = $event->getRequest(); if (!$request->hasPreviousSession()) { return; } // try to see if the locale has been set as a _locale routing parameter if ($locale = $request->attributes->get('_locale')) { $request->getSession()->set('_locale', $locale); // echo "locale changed"; } else { // if no explicit locale has been set on this request, use one from the session $request->setLocale($request->getSession()->get('_locale', $this->defaultLocale)); $request->getSession()->set('_last_locale_url', $actual_link = "http://" . $_SERVER["HTTP_HOST"] . $_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"]); } } public static function getSubscribedEvents() { return array( // must be registered before the default Locale listener KernelEvents::REQUEST => array(array('onKernelRequest', 17)), ); } }

The controller action that handles language switch:

public function switchlangAction(Request $req) { return $this->redirect($req->headers->get("referer")); }

The routing:

erik_app_switchlang: path: /locale/{_locale} defaults: { _controller: ErikAppBundle:Default:switchlang } requirements: _locale: sk|en

The session configuration:

session: cookie_domain: netlime.tk cookie_lifetime: 3600 cookie_httponly: false

The way how locale listener is registered

app.locale_listener: class: Erik\AppBundle\Service\LocateListener arguments: ["%kernel.default_locale%"] tags: - { name: kernel.event_subscriber, priority: 17 }

The website I am talking about is https://www.netlime.tk app_dev is allowed, you can try it if required. http://tvarplast.sk website runs on same sticky language code and there it works.

Netlime runs on custom vps on digital ocean with comodo certificate.

Thank you!

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