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Method to communicate the language_country parameter


  • IBM SV's first priority is "preferred language" set in a user's account.

  • IBM SV's second priority is the browser-level set language

  • IBM SV's default is English.

  • Currently We doesn't have a "preferred language" set in a user's account.

  • We uses the language_country configuration as first priority that is required for any company property that wants authentication.

    • en_us, es_us, en_gb, de_de, etc.

  • We uses browser-level language as a 2nd priority

  • Our default is English

Business Case: we should be able to communicate to IBM SV what language the user wants to see. This will be also ensure that the right OTP communications are being set for customers (emails and SMS OTPs).


  • Method to communicate the language_country parameter that we send to IBM, so we can properly display proper content on the Factor Enrollment pages and OTP communications to users.

  • Guest
  • Feb 25 2021
  • Planned for future release
  • Guest commented
    3 Mar, 2021 03:54am

    Thank you for your idea. We have accepted this idea and added it to out development planning for later release scheduling. The status will update as soon as it progresses.

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