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Remove text nodes in unused languages

Hi experts,

I am working in a smartform environment that is very slow when activating the forms. After some investigations I have seen that the activation process are reading all the text nodes for my form independent of the language I am using (which in itself is a strange way to do it).

For some reason, the text nodes in table STXFTXTA exists for 35+ languages, while I am using only English and Swedish.

So basically we have 35+ entries of all texts, and all are read during the activation process, which takes 4-5 minutes for an average form.

Texts that we create ourselves are just created in the form original language (English) so the problem is all the predefined texts. Of couse we can remove all texts and recreate them but that is quite a lot of work.

Are the a way to remove the unwanted texts from the STXFTXTA table and just keep EN and SV?

best regards,

Glenn

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 09:23 AM

    Hi Glenn

    If there's no option to delete a translation in SE63, I think there's no chance to do it

    Max

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 12:42 PM

    In your smartform node global settings, childnote form attributes, tab general attributes, you got your language attributes in the lower part of the screen.

    You probably have tagged "into all languages"

    I would give it a shot to change that tag to "into selected languages", press the little button besides that tag and choose your two languages, and activate the form.

    I dont really think this will lead to the deletion of the translations you dont need, but maybe it will.

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