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EHR: US Multiple Language Translation Capabilities And Support For Activity GuideTemplates for OnBoarding (Doc ID 2444661.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On :  9.2 version, Other

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR  
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If a User clones a custom English (Base Language) Activity Guide Template for On Boarding to create it in a (Non-Based Language) (German), and then adds translations for categories, enter instructions, etc., and then Saves it, logs out and then signs back in as a (Non Base Language) user (German). When the newly cloned (Non Base Language) Activity Guide Template is accessed some of the Menu Options and Categories are still being Displayed in English (Base Language) Rather than in the (Non-Based Language).

There is an actual issue related to Translations of Steps and Categories with a Cloned Template or when a New Effective Dated Row is inserted in to the Activity Guide Template.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The customer is expecting that the Onboarding Template have the template Steps Translated to the Preferred Language of the user

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. A User Signs in using German Language, Navigates Setup HCM > Common Definitions > Clones an English (Base Language) Activity Guide Template
2. The Template is created in a Non Base Language (German), by adding Translations for Categories and Instructions and Descriptions of Steps and then saves.
3. User Signs in as a Non Base Language user, Navigates to Setup HCM > Common Definitions > Activity Guide Composer, accesses the Template Created in Non Based Language
4. The Non Base Language user sees the Menu Items, Steps, Categories and Instructions in English instead of the Items being translated they are shown in the Base Language (English)



Cause

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