Import Translated Messages - EnterWorks - EnterWorks Process Exchange (EPX) - Precisely EnterWorks - 10.5

EnterWorks Classic Administration Guide

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Precisely EnterWorks
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EnterWorks Classic Administration Guide
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Configuration
First publish date
2007

The Messages file has a name in the format:

Messages_<language-extension>_utf8.csv

To import a translated Messages file:

  1. Select the feature System in the feature bar then select Import Multi-Languages from the list of functions. The Multi-Language Import dialog will appear.

  2. To import a Messages .csv file from your local machine, select the From Local tab. To import the file from the application server, select the From Server tab.

  3. Choose the desired .csv file, then click Import.

  4. A new job will be created to perform the import. Open the Job Monitor to check the status of the job.

  5. When the import job has completed, view the job’s log file.

  6. Log file import failures may occur if the .csv file is formatted incorrectly. If the job’s log file indicates there was an error, try repeating the steps for formatting the .csv file.

  1. When the Messages file is imported, two eMessage language files are created for each language imported:

eMessages_<language-extension>.properties

eMessages_<language-extension>_utf8.properties

where <language-extension> is the language extension code. For example, the eMessages files for Italian are named:

  • eMessages_it_properties

  • eMessages_it_utf8.properties

Remotely log into the application server and navigate to where the import job’s log file indicates the property files are generated, for example:

<drive>:/Enterworks/shared/conf/eMessages_de.properties

  1. For each language you imported, copy both eMessages files to every folder that has a sharedConfiguration.properties file.