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Internationalization in BPM 7.2

Hi,

Generally in Java, to internationalize any project we used to create properties file for that language.

For example

mylanguage.properties (English)

mylangugae_de.properties (German)

Likewise I have created in bpm by following the steps mentioned in this thread and this document.

But I'm not getting any translated text in bpm task.

Need clarifications


1) The properties file will get call dynamically in java by passing the locale, I wanna know how to pass locale in bpm and how to call properties file dynamically.

2) I want to know the use of translate built-in function in bpm and please let me know how to use it?

Waiting for your valid inputs.

Regards,

Sriram.V

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 02:35 PM

    Have you tried changing the locale of the user in UME / User Admin and then opening UWL / Portal and then checking if the translation has happened ?

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