Adding new locale to outsystems

Adding new locale to outsystems

  
When I select add locale from multilingual locales, it shows me a list. I would like to add couple of more options there to select from. Is this list bound to some table ?

Thanks.

P.S. I have found out that it need to be RFC 1766 standard format compliant. 
Hi,

The list displayed in Service Studio is taken from the supported Cultures in the .Net Framework. Also it may vary a little between operating system versions, so it also requires the Windows version of the server to support it. (same applies to java, so if I remember correctly, the list should be missing 2 or 3 entries that were not supported in java)

So the list and available options are not really editable.
What locales did you want to use?

Regards,
João Rosado
 I dont need new locale per se. But I wanted to use it for slightly different purpose. I have a requirement to change some of the labels for certain users. I wanted to use locale for that because that would have been seamless and could be extended in the future without any over-head. 
Joao, What would be your recommended solution for changing some of the labels per tenent ? Thanks.

Regards

kota wrote:

Joao, What would be your recommended solution for changing some of the labels per tenent ? Thanks.

Regards

Hi all,


I have the same question that Kota raised few year ago.

What would be the best option to change some labels by tenant?

I don't think that using a mapping table with a lot of IF's on the code would be the best option...

Why not allow to create new locale so we can use the AMAZING list with all text we use on the code that OS provides and then we can change what ever we want...just an idea :)

But yes, any other idea it's welcome!


Cheers 



Hi,


Adding new locales is not an option. The locales that appear in the list are ones that are valid in C#/Java libraries, and they really need to be valid locales (not just a text string).

Mapping entities looks like the best option. (not sure why the "lots of ifs").


Regards,
João Rosado