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Federico CristinaFederico Cristina
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Habilitar el idioma es_VE no es únicamente activarlo en el listado de idiomas. Es necesario hacer varias cosas más.

Hay un conjunto de clases que es necesario modificar para esta tarea, además de importar los XMLs con las traducciones correspondientes. Te dejo una referencia que pueda servirte (ejemplo para el francés).

saludos!

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Installing a Language Pack
What is a Language Pack?
A Language Pack is a collection of XML files containing the translations for a given language.

Preparation
Log in with System Administrator Role. In the Window “Language” search for your language, enable “System Language” and start
Language Maintenance. Select “Add missing Translations”. This copies the English words into the translation areas.

Installing the Language Pack
The files have the format of

_Trl_.xml. Note that the language should be the same as activated in the preparation step (fr_FR is not the same as fr_CA).

Example file name: AD_Element_Trl_fr_FR.xml

Log in with the System Administrator Role. In the Window “Translation Import/Export” leave the Client and Table selection empty and select
your Language. Click on Import and just select the directory where the xml files reside. The translation is now applied to your system.

Creating a new Language
Steps required to translate

The naming convention is based Java locale identifiers. The “language” English UK uses the base English language, but uses the UK date format dd/MM/yy. The example used here is Français in France (fr_FR).
With the System Administrator role start the Workflow Language Setup or start Window Language and add the new language as a System Language (example: Language=fr_FR, Name=Français). Start the Verify Translation process in the Language window to create entries for the new language.
Missing translations are copied from the base language (en_US).

You need to modify the class org.openXpertya.util.Language in the “looks” project. This is unfortunately required as when you first start the client, the database is unknown and with that also the available languages.

Locate the Languages static array and add the line:
[ul]new Language (“Français”, “fr_FR”, Locale.FRANCE, null, null);[/ul]

If you set the last two parameters to null, the default for the decimal point and date format
are derived from the locale. If the Java Runtime system does not have a predefined locale
(LocaleFRANCE in the example), you need to define the two parameters.
In the “client”, “dbPort”, “install” and “looks” modules – copy and translate the files:

[ul]org.openXpertya.apps.ALoginRes.java ==> ALoginRes_fr.java (login screen)[/ul]
[ul]org.openXpertya.db.DBRes.java ==> DBRes_fr.java (connection screen)[/ul]
[ul]org.openXpertya.install.SetupRes ==> SetupRes_fr.java (server setup)[/ul]
[ul]org.openXpertya.plaf.PlafRes.java ==> PlafRes_fr.java (user interface option screen)[/ul]
[ul]org.openXpertya.util.IniRes.java ==> IniRes_fr.java (license dialog)[/ul]