PageSearch in default Search template doesn't work in globalization!?

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Hi, We are using EPiServer 4.60, ASP.net 1.1. Globalization is set for 2 languages: English and Spanish. English is the default and fallback language. We use the "readily available" search template for searching, i.e nothing has been modified in Search.ascx file. We created a page called PageEN for English and its spanish equivalent page called PageSP. When searching "contact" in English mode, without checking the "Search on All Languages", PageEN came back as a result. However, once we switched to Spanish mode, searching for "contacto" yielded no result. It did't matter if we checked "Search on All Languages". However, when in Spanish, we search for "contact" with the "Search on All Languages" chkbox checked, PageEN came back as a result. This however was not the case when searching for "contacto" in English mode. PageSearch doesn't make sense at all! Is this a bug? Is there a work around?
#12789
Mar 25, 2008 18:35
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Did get the same error myself. Tried to upgrade to 4.61 but the error is still there. Did anyone found a workaround? Kristian (kristian.hattestad@gazette.no)
#14905
Mar 25, 2008 18:46
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