Joget DX Beta Available for Download

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Most of the message bundle files can be located in https://github.com/jogetworkflow/jw-community/tree/45.0-SNAPSHOT/wflow-consoleweb/src/main/resources

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general.method.label.search=Search
general.method.label.create=Create
general.method.label.select=Select
general.method.label.unselect=Unselect

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You can also Import PO File from Joget's translate site at http://translate.joget.org/

How to Import Translated Messages Into Joget Workflow

Let's take the Korean language as an example. After downloading the .po files, follow these steps to import the translated messages:

  1. Navigate to System Settings > Manage Messages.
  2. Click on the "Import PO File" button.
  3. Browse through for the .po file that you downloaded, then upload it.
  4. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the rest of the .po files.

To enable the Korean language display, navigate to System Settings > System Setup, look for the System Locale option, then select the relevant locale which, for this example, is ko. Click on the "Submit" button; the selected locale (language) will take immediate effect.

For other languages, please refer to the corresponding locale as written above.

Setting the locale on the fly

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titleSetting the locale on-the-fly

You may append the parameter named "_lang" to override the current locale that you are seeing. For example, you can set the locale to Chinese by setting "_lang=zh_CN".

To reset, simply set the parameter "_lang" value to empty.

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