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SAP Transactions to be entered in other than English language

Hi,

We have a requirement to post Transactions in Romanian, but as the head office is in India. The narrations should be displayed in English for people logging from India.The requirement is to translate the narration which was entered in Romanian to English based on the log in Language. How to make it possible.

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 07:00 AM

    What do you mean by narrations ?

    Is it a free text in transaction ? In which transaction you are using the narrations ?

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 06:55 AM

    Hi ,

    You can see transaction in your SAP log on Langauges .. If you want to see in two different languages then check with your basis team whether you have both Languages install in SAP .

    Other SAP either do in German or English , There are other Thread on this which will help you .

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 08:27 AM

    using transaction SE63 you will be able to apply any translations to various objects from data elements to program texts - useful for your bespoke transactions and reports - and also for any standard objects where translations are missing.

    You can also then 'over-ride' existing translations that may not be what you want.

    in other words - you have the potential to make some texts translate as English but apply them as the Indian language, so if you logon in IN you will see English texts...

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