Last updated on MAY 30, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When developer creates a custom application form, by default the form title will have a generic name such as "Fix/Inspect" or "Find Browse" (translated in the respective languages) when deployed in any language other than domestic English.
This behaviour can be verified by the following steps:
- Create a custom application form
- Give the form a meaningful name
- Save the application
- Check-in the application
- Build and deploy update package containing the custom object (include respective language records)
- Login to web client with domestic language user profile and run application
- Verify the form title is meaningful and the same as given in step b
- Logout and login again using non-domestic language profile and run application
- Verify the form title is meaningless and not the same given in step b. The form title is its generic name, for example "Fix/Inspect" in the respective language
Traditionally in other EnterpriseOne areas such as Data Dictionary and UDCs, if the description in the respective language is not present the "bleed through" English is displayed. This does not happen for interactive application form titles.
Standard EnterpriseOne application form titles are delivered with a translation, which are added using the Translation Tools not available to customers.
The image bellow illustrates the behavior where the title "My Test Form" shows for domestic language user, and title "Arreglar/Inspeccionar" (Fix/Inspect) shows for Spanish profile user:
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