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Dinamic change language at RCF Communication Channel

Hi people!

Do you have already found any problem with language in integration scenarios? We have many interfaces used by multi-language legacy applications... when an error is returned from abap programs (standard or not), the error message is always thrown in english because we always choose english as the language on the communication channel (to RFC adapter) and on the http ports (XI adapter). Is there a way to dynamically set the language?

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roberti

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    Posted on May 18, 2007 at 07:47 PM

    It's not the alert text in question here. The problem is if you call an rfc/proxy with a user specifying English, the error messages returned will be in English.

    We ran into this also and did not come up with a solution. I figure you would need separate comm channels and build your config directory ro route appropriately.

    Time-zone is also a problem.

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      Yes Tim, I think you've got it.

      I thought about using different communication channels, but it seems not to be good solution... Other options we have found are:

      -> handle the language at abap side (it is really hard-working, and would be done for each abap proxy)

      -> do not use messages, use error codes, and handle it on the legacy side (it could solve the problems about errors, but not about information)

      Henrique, we thought about multiple interfaces too... but it not seems to be a good solution either.

      Any other tips, please, let me know!

      thank you guys for your help.

      roberti

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    Posted on May 18, 2007 at 07:23 PM

    Have you tried creating a rule in the alert framework in which depending on the legacy system used one different language will be used?

    regards,

    jaime

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2007 at 04:21 PM

    Again, not aswered. Only closing the tread. As we could see, the only way of doing it would be creating a new RFC adapter.

    Thanks all.

    roberti.

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