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Localization

Bpm’online supports localization into multiple languages. You can manage the list of languages in the system designer of the [Languages] section. Translation of the interface and other elements is performed in the [Translation] section.

Note

Access to the list of languages and translation is configured using the “Access to “Languages” section” and “Access to “Translation” section” system operations. Setting up permissions for various operations is described in a separate article.

Bpm’online interface is translated into following languages:

arabian.png Arabic (Saudi Arabia)

persian.png Persian (Iran)

czech.png Czech (Czech Republic)

polish.png Polish (Poland)

dutch.png Dutch (The Netherlands)

portuguese.png Portuguese (Brazil)

english_US.png English (United States)

romanian.png Romanian (Romania)

french.png French (France)

russian.png Russian (Russia)

german.png German (Germany)

spanish.png Spanish (Spain)

hebrew.png Hebrew (Israel)

ukrainian.png Ukrainian (Ukraine)

italian.png Italian (Italy)

 

All localization tools are built-in, there is no need to install or set up additional software in bpm’online. Translation of the interface and other elements is performed in the [Translation] section.

Note

If the needed language is present in the list above but is not available in the [Languages] section, contact bpm’online technical support via support@bpmonline.com. Indicate bpm’online version and product you use in your request.

How to enable an interface language

Only English language is available in the user profile by default. You need to enable the needed languages in the [Languages] section to add them to the list of languages in the user profile.

1.Go to the [Languages] section in the system designer.

2.In the list of languages, locate the language you need and click [Open].

3.On the language page, select the [Active] checkbox (Fig. 279).

Fig. 279 Enabling additional language

scr_chapter_multilanguage_enable.png 

4.Save the changes.

As a result, bpm’online compilation will start and you will see the enabled language appear in your bpm’online user profile after the compilation is finished.

Attention

Compilation is a required step when enabling additional languages. If a language is enabled, but the application is not compiled, the user who selected this language will not be able to log in.

Note

If you cannot access bpm’online after switching languages, you can quickly access the [Configuration] section by adding “/dev” after bpm’online application URL and initiate compilation from there.

Contents

How to change bpm’online language

How to set the default language

How to add new languages

How to translate the interface and system elements in bpm’online

How to identify a translation string by a key

How to select specific translation strings using filters

How to display untranslated strings

How to update the list of translations

How to import translations from Excel

See also

How to set up access to perform operations

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