This section of the translation process is intended for first time / new translations and should not be used in situations where Eralis Job is in the process of being upgraded. For the upgrade process please refer to the Upgrade Section.
The translation of the resource file requires the following steps:
- Launch the Eralis Resource Translation
- Click on the Open button and browse to the Eralis_Resource.xml file. This is saved in the Eralis Job add-on directory which is generally found at the following location: \Program Files\SAP\SAP Business One\AddOns\Eralis Solutions\Eralis Job. Within the directory, there will be folders for different languages.
- By default, the installation of Eralis Job creates an en language directory, which is the primary English folder and which contains the Eralis_Resource.xml file that should be used as the initial base file.
- If additional languages are required, directories for each language should be created manually. The folder names need to correspond with the language folder names used by SAP.
If the user wishes to save the work before the translation is complete, follow Step 5 and save the file into a specific language directory. When accessing the file in the future, open the saved file instead of the file in the en directory.
If you are using the utility to personalize the system rather than translate the language, then the amended Eralis_Resource.xml file will need to be saved in the en directory. We would recommend that you make a copy of the standard Eralis_Resource.xml file before you start the process. Failure to do so will require you to re-install the Eralis Job add-on if there are any errors made in the personalization.
IMPORTANT: When you upgrade Eralis Job, the system will delete the Eralis_Resource.xml file in the en directory and replace it with a new file incorporating changes related to the version. Therefore, if you save your altered Eralis_Resource.xml file in the en directory, make sure you have a backup copy saved elsewhere to use as the base when upgrading the application. Failure to save the file in a separate place will mean that any personalization work will need to be redone.
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