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Benefit from OutSystems Multi-Language approach without being obliged to publish the module

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Dear OutSystems team,

We are researching for a new approach to manage multi-language labels to avoid modules deployment when translations are changed; knowing that we are currently leveraging from the built-in feature provided by OutSystems in this respect.

The built in feature to manage multi-language labels consists of:

  1. Export Language resources to excel file
  2. Translate labels
  3. Import Language resources
  4. Module publish

What we are searching for is to:

  1. Export Language resources to excel file
  2. Translate labels
  3. Save the language excel file in a parameterized path
  4. Use the built-in API used by OutSystems platform to read the language excel file content from a specified path without importing the language excel file to the module and therefore without being obliged to deploy the module

Kind regards,

Charbel Nahed

Created on 18 Feb
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Merged this idea with 'Multi Linguistic In Outsystems [Making the change without publishing the applicaton]' (created on 20 Feb 2019 05:11:29 by Pranav Pandey)

Hi,

I really like  how we can implement multiple language for web application in outsystems ,but the only problem that we see here is that, for any change in the translated words/sentence we need to do a publish . In my case there are application into production and to make the change we need to re-publish every thing for this minor update.( and we need to do it in off working hours).

I would be great if we can do this without the need to publish it . My suggestion is if we can do it directly in the service center and the update will be reflected in the application directly. 



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Multi Linguistic In Outsystems [Making the change without publishing the applicaton]' (created on 20 Feb 2019 by Pranav Pandey)
- merged to idea 'Benefit from OutSystems Multi-Language approach without being obliged to publish the module' on 21 Feb 2019 16:00:30 by Justin James

Changed the category to Frontend


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