How to Make Multilingual Reports and Documents
Use Labels with Docentric Word Templates
A document is generated in the context of the currently selected record of a Primary Table from the template that is set up to work with the current company and the current user language. The corresponding template can also be language-neutral.
You can use:
1. System labels of all data included in the document data source, and that are delivered out-of-the box.
2. In addition you can add custom labels for each Word Template through the Docentric Document Template Library setup form.
Use Labels with Docentric Reports
To print a Docentric report the template which is automatically selected to be used is the one that is marked as the default template for the run-time language for this report. However, the most common scenario is to use language-neutral templates with labels that are automatically translated to the report run-time language when report is executed.
You can use on report templates:
1. System labels of all data included in the report data source, and that are delivered out-of-the box.
2. In addition you can add custom labels for each report through the report setup form.
Add custom labels you want to use when design a report in addition to system labels:
You can use the built-in Label editor for adding/editing custom labels. You can also use temporary labels during development and get them replaced after check-in to TFS.
If you use labels on a report template, you will be able to preview the report from within Docentric AX Designer (MS Word) in one of the previously selected so called Preview languages.
You can select Preview languages through the Print destination settings form when you generate the DDSP file (Docentric Data Source Package) for a report.
In the designer, after you load the generated DDSP file, you will have the previously selected Preview languages at your disposal.
You can bound Label tagging element to a system label (e.g. NumberOfWorkers) or to a custom label (e.g. Department number).
On the Data Source pane you can switch between different Preview languages. Let’s select German as the current preview language and click the Preview button.
The result is below.
On the Data Source pane you can switch between different Preview languages. Let’s now select Japanese as the current preview language and click the Preview button.
The result is below.
At the report execution time all labels from the template are translated to the run-time report language. Usually, this is the current user language but in case, e.g. Customer invoice, this is the language of the customer.
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