To assist in multi-lingual support, DSP® Language Packs provide an initial set of translations where each Language Pack contains the translated phrases for one language. The Language Packs are not included in the installation and must be downloaded separately and applied to the DSP® instance that requires support for one or more of the languages.
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To download the Language Packs:
- Search for the Language Packs Now Available article at https://support.syniti.com.
- Download the file DSP Baseline Language Packs.zip.
- After download, extract the individual Language Pack SQL files from the zip file to a location where they can be accessed on the DSP® Database Server. The SQL files are named ‘DSP_Catalog_xxx.sql’, where xxx is the name of the language, e.g., DSP_Catalog_Danish.sql.
For each Language Pack you wish to apply to a WebApp in the DSP®, you must:
- Load the Phrase Translations into the Catalog
- Verify Registration of the Catalog
- Register the Catalog to the WebApp
- Verify Translation
NOTE You must access the DSP® as an Administrator to perform the steps in the platform.
- Open the Language Pack SQL script in SQL Server Management Studio when connected to the DSP® Database Server.
- Execute the script on the SQL Server for the DSP® site.
- Verify that the script executed successfully.
- Log in to the DSP® site.
- Select Admin > Translations > Catalogs in the Navigation pane.
- Verify the Language Catalog is registered on the Catalogs The Catalog name uses the naming convention “xxx Baseline” where xxx is the language, e.g., Danish Baseline.
- Select Admin > Customization > WebApp Customization in the Navigation pane.
- Select the WebApp (e.g., dspCompose) and click the Catalogs icon.
- Add the Catalog on the Catalog Extension page.
NOTE: When adding a Catalog, the priority determines the order the Catalogs are searched if more than one Catalog has been added to the WebApp. Refer to the System Administration online help for more information about working with Catalogs.
- Select Translations > Languages in the Navigation pane.
- Locate the language for the Catalog added to the WebApp and make sure the Active check box is checked.
- Log in to the DSP® with a user account that has the language set to the activated language.
- Navigate to the WebApp to which the Catalog was added.
- Access a page with a phrase that is in the Catalog for the given language and verify the phrase is translated.
NOTE: The Language Pack may not provide a translation for every phrase in the DSP®, additional translations can be added directly to the baseline Catalog in the DSP® as needed.