In new BE extbase extension records sys_language_uid is set to -1 by default but should be 0
If I create a new extbase record in a 7.6.9 backend the default sys_language_uid is set to -1 which is all languages. I think it should be 0 (default) as a default. This can be archived by additionally set under config 'default' => 0. But default should be our default value here I'd say. In 6.2 versions the expected behavior "0" for sys_language_uid works out of the box without additional need to config 'default' => 0.
#1 Updated by Georg Ringer about 3 years ago
Some additional info
having some tca like that
'sys_language_uid' => array( 'exclude' => 1, 'label' => 'LLL:EXT:lang/locallang_general.xlf:LGL.language', 'config' => array( 'type' => 'select', 'foreign_table' => 'sys_language', 'foreign_table_where' => 'ORDER BY sys_language.title', 'items' => array( array('LLL:EXT:lang/locallang_general.xlf:LGL.allLanguages', -1), array('LLL:EXT:lang/locallang_general.xlf:LGL.default_value', 0) ), ), ),
- in 6.2 the default value was still "0".
- in 7, the default value - if no "default" is set, it will be the first value which is now -1
#2 Updated by Christian Kuhn about 3 years ago
still don't understand ... sorry, my head is in doctrine at the moment.
you're saying that if i have the tca as above, then 6.2 chooses 0 as displayed value if opening the record (new record) in formEngine. on save, 0 is persisted. and this very TCA with 7.6 formEngine chooses the first element with value -1 and thus -1 is now stored?
did i understand that correctly?
if so, i'd ask how that happened since afaik we didn't change default selection if no default is set in formEngine. additionally, i don't understand what extbase has to do with all that.