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Fragment calls wrong i18n path after deployment to fiori launchpad

Dear Experts,

we developed a custom SAPUI5-App with one main view and two fragments. We have three i18n-files for different languages.

If I test the i18n translations in my local WebIDE everything is fine. But after we deployed the app in our Fiori launchpad an error occured while loading the i18n files.

If I open the app in the launchpad the main view is loading the correct i18n files and the labels are translated. But if I open the fragments, F12 says that it cannot load the i18n files. When I was analyzing the Network requests I noticed, that the main view is calling the correct path of the i18n file but the fragments are calling another path wich is wrong and after that there is a 404 error (not found).

I tried many things:

  • Set the i18n model for every single fragment
  • Use the function "addDependent" in the create and calling methods for the fragment
  • Check the manifest.json and the component.js for wrong resources or path
  • Check the mapping file of the bsp application

Nothing works. And again: It works in my local test environment.

Inside the launchpad the main view is calling the correct path: https://XXX/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/zindivsel_nmf/~A511A000B4A95D2839F3719D216182DE~5/i18n/

Inside the launchpad the fragments are calling the wrong path: https://XXX/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/shells/abap/i18n/

Did somebody know why this happens and how can I fix it?



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    Posted on May 21, 2019 at 01:36 PM

    Dear Experts,

    thanks a lot for your ideas and help. I solved the problem now.

    In my case the solution was that I have to put the "addDependent" statement not inside my "createViewSettingsDialog" method rather then in my button event method if I`m clicking the filter / sort button.

    So finally it was only one line of code to solve the problem :)

    Here also my Code for all who have the same issue:

    // Create the Dialog
    createViewSettingsDialog: function(sDialogFragmentName) {
    var oDialog = this._mViewSettingsDialogs[sDialogFragmentName];
    if (!oDialog) {
    oDialog = sap.ui.xmlfragment(sDialogFragmentName, this);
    this._mViewSettingsDialogs[sDialogFragmentName] = oDialog;
    return oDialog;
    // Button-Event for Sort
    handleSortButtonPressed: function() {
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  • Posted on May 17, 2019 at 03:13 AM

    Can you please show the code where you are appending the fragment. You might be able to use the answer from this.

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  • Posted on May 20, 2019 at 11:58 PM

    Hi Tim, Can you try to use below path?

            var rootPath ="<Module Path>");
            var i18nModel = new sap.ui.model.resource.ResourceModel({
                bundleUrl : [rootPath, '<i18n Path>'].join("/")
            this.setModel(i18nModel, "i18n");


    Karthik Arjun

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    • Jun Wu The i18n models are already defined in my manifest.json (see here i18n-manifest.png)

      Karthik Arjun Thanks a lot for your code snippet. I was putting it with my custom path in my coding:

      var rootPath ="/sap/bc/ui5_ui5/sap/zindivsel_nmf");
      var i18nModel_it = new sap.ui.model.resource.ResourceModel({
      bundleUrl: [rootPath, 'i18n/'].join("/")
      this.setModel(i18nModel_it, "i18n_it");

      After that, the following (wrong) path is used in the launchpad (only the second part that is given trough the coding would be right):



      Is it possible to overwrite the first part "sap/bc/ui5_ui5/ui2/ushell/resources/~20190213161400~/" with my second part?

      Thanks for your help!



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  • Posted on May 21, 2019 at 11:08 AM
    <Module Path> is the id in your manifest.json. not that url
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