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Translation with WebDynPro ABAP Code

Hi,

I need to do some text translation in ABAP for WebDynPro.

How can I create different language texts with the same concept ID.

Best Regards

Sid

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 12:41 PM

    Call the function module SOTR_API_WB_TRANSLATE in SE37 with the parameter:

    SOURCE_LANGU                    EN
    TARGET_LANGU                    DE
    PGMID                           LIMU
    OBJECT                          WDYV
    OBJ_NAME                        <<name of your component>>
    FLAG_STRING
    EDIT_MODE                       T

    Or you use transaction SE63, but if you have more than two OTR-Concepts, this is realy time consuming.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 12:56 PM

    hi siddharth ,

    Wed Dynpro is just UI technology ..about this text translation it is done is similar way like normal ABAP ...Please try SOTR_EDIT trasaction and maintain english text for your code .Another thing in case of web DYnpro I have observed for label and all , automatically concept id is created .Now if you will go se01 you can all developement you did under transport req you are working .

    Over ther concept id entry will be there Just click over it .Over there also you can edit and maintain text .

    Hope this wil help you.

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