Besides the language that your module was designed (the default language) you may add other languages for which your module is translated and executed. Each language is specified by its Locale which is defined by the primary language or the primary language and the region, as some languages vary from region to region.

All the Locales are expressed according to the RFC 1766 standard format. Here are some examples:


en: English

en-GB: English (United Kingdom)

en-US: English (United States)


fr: French

fr-CA: French (Canada)

fr-FR: French (France)


pt: Portuguese

pt-BR: Portuguese (Brazil)

pt-PT: Portuguese (Portugal)


es: Spanish

es-AR: Spanish (Argentina)

es-ES: Spanish (Spain)

How to Add a Language Locale

  1. Right-click on the Multilingual Locales folder at the eSpace tree and select Add Locale option;
  2. The Select Locale window Show picture is displayed for you to select the language Locale to be added.

If, while executing or application an element has no translation defined for the language region, Service Studio uses the translation defined in the primary language.

Adding Images in Other Languages

To add an image for a specific language, right-click on the original image and select Add Localized Image option, select the image, and add it. Then select the added localized image in the eSpace tree, and set its Locale property with the right language locale.

See Also

About Multilingual eSpaces