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12.2 E-Business Suite User Management Login Help Screen Mail Subject And Content Field Default Values Do Not Get Translated In "UMX Login Help" Workflow UMXLHELP.wft (Doc ID 2395245.1)

Last updated on JULY 16, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle User Management - Version 12.2.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

E-Business Suite 12.2 User Management, User Interface Forgot Password UI related issues

 

 

 



The Login Assistant Workflow Help file (Header: UMXLHELP.wft 120.6.12020000.7 ) password change message is only partially translated to French in 12.2.7.

The default value of the object (Internal Name= NOTIFICATIONMSG) is in English, instead of French like the rest of the workflow.

'Default constant value: Reset Password using the below link and follow...'

If its changed manually, all the patch modifications are lost.


 

Users expect the entire .wft should contain French translations.


The issue can be reproduced via the following steps:
1. Upgraded to 12.2.7
2. Login Assistant Link is not translated completely
3. Connect to database using the Workflow Builder:
4. Open your item_type UMXLHELP
5. Messages
  -- View the Message Details

BEGIN ITEM_ATTRIBUTE "NOTIFICATIONMSG"

   PROTECT_LEVEL = "20"

   CUSTOM_LEVEL = "20"

   DISPLAY_NAME = "Password Notification message"

   DESCRIPTION = "Notification Message For Password changes"

   TYPE = "VARCHAR2"

   VALUE_TYPE = "CONSTANT"

   DEFAULT = "Reset Password using the below link and follow the on-screen instructions. This email can be ignored in case you didn't request a password reset, the link is only available for a short time."

   END ITEM_ATTRIBUTE

In the FRENCH version of the Attribute, the Default value is in English and does not get translated to French.

   DEFAULT = "Reset Password using the below link and follow the on-screen instructions. This email can be ignored in case you didn't request a password reset, the link is only available for a short time."

Changes

 Upgraded to 12.2.7.

Cause

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