Support » Plugin: Microsoft Azure Storage for WordPress » WPML compatibility

  • Resolved jorenvh

    (@jorenvh)


    Hi

    I saw this topic saying that this plugin is compatible.
    https://wpml.org/forums/topic/make-media-translation-work-with-azure-blob-storage/

    But when creating an translation using the translation editor results in a path that does not exists (append /uploads/ after my container).
    And when creating a translation manually using the “+” icon doesn’t even do a thing.

    Do you guys have insights in the compatibility of this plugin?

    We had to switch away from Polylang to WPML but since then our images don’t sync properly anymore which breaks our translation flow.

    Any insights, tips would be helpful.

    Thanks
    Joren

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  • Eugene.Manuilov

    (@eugenemanuilov)

    Hi Joren,

    could you please give me a link to a page where i can see your issue? Also, what versions of plugins and WordPress you use?

    Thread Starter jorenvh

    (@jorenvh)

    I would love to but I’m afraid I can’t since we are under NDA. I can guide you through the process of replicating this issue.

    Setup:

    * Latest WP
    * Latest WPML version (inc translation managment plugin)
    * Latest windows Azure storage for WordPress plugin (using azure CDN as cname)
    * 2 our more active languages

    => now try translating anpost using the translation editor or by clicking the + icon on the post listing page. You will see the featured image of translations isn’t working

    Kr
    Joren

    Is there any extea info you nead?

    Eugene.Manuilov

    (@eugenemanuilov)

    Unfortunately, I can’t setup it on my end because I don’t have WPML plugin. It is a commercial plugin, so I would recommend to contact them with this issue.

    Thread Starter jorenvh

    (@jorenvh)

    But it says you guys are compatible so I suppose you guys had access to the plugin to make sure it’s compatible.

    I can ask if the plugin can be shared for testing purpose for compatibility?

    Thread Starter jorenvh

    (@jorenvh)

    I also reported the issue in the support forum of WPML. Explaining the issue and I asked them to share a copy of their plugin so that you can replicate this issue locally.

    https://wpml.org/forums/topic/compatibility-windows-azure-storage-for-wordpress-plugin/

    Eugene.Manuilov

    (@eugenemanuilov)

    Thanks, Joren, but as I said, WPML is a commercial plugin and they need to check their plugin for compatibility with Azure Storage.

    Eugene.Manuilov

    (@eugenemanuilov)

    Thanks, Joren, but as I said, WPML is a commercial plugin and they need to check their plugin for compatibility with Azure Storage.

    Thread Starter jorenvh

    (@jorenvh)

    Doesn’t compatibility works in two directions? I’m just trying to (help) resolving this issue, so sorry if I misunderstood something ;).

    Kr
    Joren

    Thread Starter jorenvh

    (@jorenvh)

    Hi

    I found some time (I had put the ticket aside so that it didn’t eat all my available time for this project) to further debug this issue and apparently it was bug in my own custom code for this project.

    What happend:
    I overwrite the url of an image so that it loads the image from our CDN, but we recently switched from a multi site to a single site installation and apparently WordPress uploads the images in another folder for single sites. Changing the CDN path resolved the issue.

    Stupid bug but it was my own fault 😉

    Thanks anyway!
    Joren

    Eugene.Manuilov

    (@eugenemanuilov)

    Ouch… Glad to hear that you find it! 🙂

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