Last post Aug 22, 2006 10:42 AM by Zolt
Aug 22, 2006 10:42 AM|Zolt|LINK
We have an ASP.NET 2.0 web site that uses Master pages, with multiple languages (French and English).
The structure of our pages are as follow (it is more complex, but the essential is there):
<Master page structure>
<En content></En Content>
<Fr content></Fr Content>
</Master page structure>
The language is first matched to the default language of the browser, and then saved into a cookie. This way, the first time the user connects, he get's the page in the language of the browser, but if he changes the language, he get's it as selected on
Now, my question is about the indexing of these pages, using Windows Index Server. Since each ASPX page has both the English and French content, the Index server return the result in English always, since the first block of content is the English block.
Would there be a way (creating an iFilter?!?) to have Index server return the proper section of text?
Any ideas, help, ... is welcome!
Also, I can not change the structure of the site; too much content and too many people working on it at this point to restart from scratch, so the usage of ?Lang=[en/fr] is not a viable situation.
Thanks for your help!