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Language key for objects that is different from the system language

Hi experts,

I need the language of all the displayed and created objects in BI system to be different from the language of the GUI.

I currently using the EN language for the GUI, but I need all the objects, queries etc. to be created with language RU by default.

Is that possible?

Currently when I'm choosing the EN language when starting the GUI or BEx Query Designer, everything is showing only the values in EN lang. key.

Thanks!

Best regards,

Andrey

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 10:48 AM

    I think you can do that by loggin in the system with specific language i.e. RU in your case.

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      Hi Durgesh,

      Thanks for your reply.

      But that's the problem - I need the interface language to remain English 😊 If I log in to the system with RU language, the interface's gonna be in Russian.

      Best regards,

      Andrey

  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 12:44 PM

    Hi,

    One option is to login in Russian langauge and then carry out development in Russian langauge.

    You can carry out your development in English and then do language translation for all the objects. There is enough material for you to understand this

    Third for crtical objects you can text loaded through Text objects ..0LANGU need to be used and hardcoded to RU while uploading data in the text tables.

    Thanks and regards

    Kiran

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    • Former Member

      Hi, Kiran.

      Thanks for suggestions.

      But I hoped that there was a simpler way to do this, by choosing a different language key for creating objects somewhere... I guess it's not possible.

      Thanks anyway.

      Best regards,

      Andrey

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