Use the translation to support multiple languages in the WebOffice author standalone. You can check the consistency, correctness, and completeness of translations of language-specific text modules. To use this function, you must have opened a project configuration.
First, you have to select whether you want to make language adjustments in the project configuration, the application configuration or in a ESRI Resource Proxy configuration.
Choose configuration to translate
Translations can also be performed immediately during the configuration of a language-specific field. However, it can happen that you forget to configure translations. Therefore, whenever you administer multilingual WebOffice 10.9 SP1 projects, you should always check the translation box to see if the translations are consistent or incomplete.
Editing language-dependent texts in the configuration
Sometimes content can be transferred from one language to another. Simply click on the field with the arrow to copy the content from the source language to the target language.
Copy contents from base- to target language
It is also possible to have the project-specific text content translated using the Microsoft Translator API. To translate individual text contents, click on the T button on the right.
manual translation of individual text contents
If you want to translate all text contents of the base language into the target language using the Microsoft Translator API, click the Translate all button.
Using the Integrity check button WebOffice author standalone checks the available languages of the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 Client to see if the target language is complete. If all text content is complete, a message will appear, otherwise WebOffice author standalone will notify you which field is missing.
With the Release target language button you can check whether and when a specific language is released for the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 Client. With the button Remove release (to the right of Released languages) an already released language can be removed again.
Release target language
Allow users to change the project language by providing the Change Language tool. See chapter Change Language for configuration details.
Export and import of a language XML file
To be able to translate the language-dependent texts externally into the target language, you can export them as XML files (or import them again). Click on the corresponding button (Export target language) and go to the folder in which the XML file should be saved.
Export target language
Translation of language-dependent texts from the source tag (Base language) into the target tag (Target language):
Translation of language-dependent texts in an UTF-8 editor
If you want to import a target language, first select the correct Target language from the list (1) and select the corresponding language XML file by clicking the Import target language button (2). Pressing the Release target language button (3) adds the new language to the list of released languages (4) and makes it available in the WebOffice 10.9 SP1 Project.
Import of language-dependent texts