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Translated objects names from business layer are not used in WebIntelligence


I've translated the object names in a business layer via Translation Manager and published the changed business layer back into the CMS.

After changing the preferred viewing language to one of the defined translation languages in Translation Manager and logout/login into WebI, the translated objects names show in the query panel.

After excuting the query, the original object names turn up as result objects, NOT the translated onces.

I'm using BI 4.0.4

Translating an unv file works okay in Translation Manager and in WebIntelligence !!

Anyone any idea how to solve this issue ?

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  • Posted on Sep 20, 2012 at 08:28 PM

    Hi Ruud,

    if you can reproduce this systematically you may wish to engage support for analysis.



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    Posted on Nov 22, 2012 at 01:30 PM

    i have exactly the same problem,

    1) Translate an UNX universe. Publish to repository.

    2) Create new webi document. Query panel shows objects in desired language.

    3) Run query, WEBI objects panel shows objects in original language which is not the desired language.

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