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"Bundle not found" warning message displayed in Internet Explorer 8 accessing the Jazz Web UI via a hyperlink in an external document

Guillermo Hurtado (1662612) | asked Feb 21 '13, 11:29 a.m.
This problem was found using Jazz version 3.0.1. A Bundle not found warning message could be displayed in Internet Explorer 8 under the following conditions:

1) Windows OS installation is in a language other than English. 
2) Internet Explorer 8 is set as the default browser for the Windows OS
3) Internet Explorer 8 is configured to display content in a language other than English
4) Jazz Web UI is launched by clicking on a hyperlink from an external document such as MS Word.

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Guillermo Hurtado (1662612) | answered Feb 21 '13, 11:31 a.m.
In this scenario, IE8 will omit the country locale in the server request when the Jazz Web UI is opened via a hyperlink in an external document. 
The Dojo Internationalization Toolkit expects the locale to be defined by a short string, based on a language code and a country code, separated by a dash. For example, the locale for a typical user in the United States is en-us. In this particular case, the omission of the country locale will result in a "Bundle not found" error thrown by the Dojo API.

Once you have encounter this issue, reload the page in IE8 to force a new request. This time IE8 will request the locale using the standard localization string based on language and country code.

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