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Smartforms - Translation

I've tried translating a PO developed in English into German language using the Standard translation environment <b>SE63</b>.

I followed the steps as below -

- From the Initial SE63 Screen, I followed the menu path Translation -> R/3 Objects -> Other Long texts and then selected SMARTFORMS.

Once the form name was given and the Source and Target Language entered appropriately, the form that resulted still had the texts in <b>English</b>

Please suggest any steps that I have missed or anyother fix for the problem

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2006 at 01:30 PM

    Hi

    The system should show you the original text (so I suppose in English) and some new lines where to write the translated text.

    Max

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:24 PM

    Hi Murali...

    You are on right path. After entering source and target language two windows will appear. one will contain texts in english and in other window you have to enter translated text of required language. then save and activate.

    Don't forget this point :

    Structure ‘ssfctrlop’ is used to display smartform as per Login language. eg

    data : int_kna1 like kna1 occurs 0 with header line,

    w_cparam type ssfctrlop.

    w_cparam-langu = sy-langu.

    call function fm_name

    exporting

    control_parameters = w_cparam

    Login language will be passed to ‘Control Parameters’ and smartform will be displayed as per the login language. Hope this will solve your problem.

    For Transporting smartforms translations, program RS_LXE_RECORD_TORDER is used.

    you can send me a mail on writeabhijit@yahoo.com if you still have any query. Reward if useful 😊

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