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E1: XMLP: How do you Override the Language Locale Numeric Formating for Comma's and Decimal's when using a xlf with an rtf? (Doc ID 2562801.1)

Last updated on JULY 09, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
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When using an rtf template with a XLIFF (*.xlf) translation file the user language preference specified in P0092 is picked up by the embedded BI Publisher (XMLP) process, i.e. a French User's language preference in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is set to French, therefore the locale 'fr-FR' is picked up during the creation and translation of the PDF output.  A French user will then see their correct numeric decimal/comma formatting (# ##0,00 or 1 000,00) in their PDF output.   

Canadian Organizations may want to always use the standard 'en-US' locale no matter what their language preference is set to in P0092, so how do you force BI Publisher numeric values to reflect a certain format when the locale is European?, e.g. #,##0.00 or 1,000.00


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