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sapscript language translation

hi

please tell me step by step procedure to translate a standard sapcript available in sap from one english to chinese.

thaking you

regards

ashutosh

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 04:00 PM

    The easiest way to do this is by copying the SAPScript form from English to Chinese. Then the form has to be maintained in Chinese. When the user logs on to SAP in Chinese, he/she will see the Chinese texts. When the user logs on the SAP in English, he/she will see the texts in English.

    Let me know if this explanation is not clear or if this did not help you.

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    • Former Member

      hi

      the help provided by u is not sufficient. when i logged in german only the screen are in german and the contents are in english. i have used translation tool to translate it. but still it is not translated.

      plz give me further details regarding it

      regards

      kamath

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2005 at 01:18 AM

    Alternate way of translation forms is to use SE63:

    NOTE: In order to translate to Chinese, you must be logged into the system in Chinese. Recommend you try following menu paths in English first so you know the menu paths.

    Translation --> Long Texts --> SAPScript --> Forms

    Type in Form name and choose the Source and Target Languages.

    Click EDIT button

    You will see the various text modules that are defined that you will then need to cut and paste the various translations.

    There is no automatic translation tool (other than from the pool of previously translated texts).

    Kind regards,

    Mike

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