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Changing Masterlanguage in WebDynpro

Hi,

is it possible to change the masterlanguage of a WebDynpro project?

Unfortunatly I´ve created my project with masterlanguage english (default). Now I need to switch to german.

I´ve already changed all "en" entities to "de" in all .wd files of the folder /src/ and in the file .tssapinfo in the root folder of my project.

This does not have any effect. Where do I have to adjust the language?

Thx

Helmut

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2004 at 06:59 PM

    Hi Helmut,

    if the masterlanguage is already set as "en" within a project, you nee to set first in every .wd* file (Web Dynpro Metadata) and in every ,dt-file (dictionary metadata) the attribute "masterLanguage" to "de". If you use an "older" version of the IDE, there will be probably a lot of *_en.xlf-files. All these files need to be renamed to *_de.xlf. Also, you need to edit manually: rename source-language="en" to source-language="de" and .

    After all, a rebuild should create the german .properties-Files.

    Please let me know, if that mechanism works.

    Best regards, Karin

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Karin and Helmut,

      by the way, wouldn't it be great, the design time tools could change the master language of a project after the creation automatically? The necessary steps to do this are well documented in this thread already 😉)

      Best regards,

      Stefan

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