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E1: LANG: Information on Implementing Multiple Languages x Implementing Localization (Doc ID 656180.1)

Last updated on JUNE 14, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.






Goal

Installing a Language Pack will "translate" the way EnterpriseOne will appear. This means that Grid columns, header fields, menus(task views and tasks), etc, will display in alternative language.

Installing localization ESUs will bring new functionality to your system(applications, UBEs). For example, if you need SEPA Credit Transfer, you will need to install some localization ESUs. These ESUs will not bring translations to EnterpriseOne Programs, just new functionality.

 

For this scenario here, customer requires multiple localizations to cater to their worldwide operations. They wish to provide/administer EnterpriseOne from a single central system which will have all these localizations installed.
They do not want to have a series of satellite E1 installations each having its own country specific localization.

Customer is assuming that this will work globally, as each User's profile will identify their Country Code and hence which localized code / programs get called.

Questions:

Q1. Can you confirm that this is a viable approach?
Q2. Can you advise if there are there any known difficulties running multiple concurrent localizations from one system?

Solution

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