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Translating Language-Specific Attributes in BPM on CE7.2 SP4


the translated task xlf files have no effect on the UWL tasks on our Netweaver CE 7.2 SP4 environment.

I followed the description in the developers guide an checked SAP Note 1412368 (no info about SP4).

Are there any known problems with Language-Specific Attributes on a 7.2 with SP4?



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  • Posted on Apr 13, 2011 at 09:29 AM

    Hi Frank,

    To my knowledge there are no changes with regards to the translation process in SP04.

    Does the UME user have the right locale set, and does the locale match the OS and Browser locale?

    Have you checked the default trace for error messages?

    Are the translated XLF files contained in the deployment archives (check with ZIP viewer)?

    Is the problem only happening for Tasks, or also for WD UI texts?

    If the problem persists please raise an OSS ticket with SAP.



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      Hi Christian,

      my application WDs are working correct for different locales, only the BPM UIs (e.g. bpm action bar in human activities) have that problem.

      The XLF files are within the sda files.

      The UWL itself is displayed with the correct locale setting for the logged in user, only the tasks from my process are not correct.

      Thx for your reply, i will raise an OSS.


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