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TutWD_FlightList in Spanish

When I run the TutWD_FlightList, the result list have all the labels in Spanish.

1. I was surprised that the tutorial could change languages. The label property text is set to "<>", so I guess it gets the label strings from the RFC call?

2. Why Spanish? I NEVER set any language choice to Spanish (as I don't understand it). My native language is Swedish and I think I have chosen English wherever possible, concerning Developer Studio and this tutorial.

Note: I think that Sweden = SE and Spain = ES, could that be of any significance?

3. How do I set preferred language for my J2EE session?

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    Posted on Apr 06, 2004 at 08:21 AM

    Hi Lars,

    I am not quite sure if I understood your question:

    A) If you talk about FlightList tutorial, I guess you have installed Sneak Preview I, which is not the actual version anymore. Sneak Preview II based on Web AS 6.40 Java is the supported version.

    B)If you install Sneak Preview II you will not find an Adaptive RFC tutorial yet. We will deliver it within the next 2 weeks.

    Regarding your questions:

    1) If the label property text is empty, you need to get the text from somewhere, maybe from the dictionary.

    2) The master language of the tutorials is English. Did you check your Browser settings?

    3) What do you mean with J2EE session? Do you mean Web Dynpro Projects? You can set languages if you build a new project.

    Please let me know how I could help!

    Best regards, Karin

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      aahhhh, things become much clearer now. Thanks alot for this, David.

      Regards

      Stefan

      P.S.: Since i'm a more or less "old abaper" by myself, i should have thought about the good old, highly optimized internal sy-langu field much, much earlier.