Administrative Utilities → About Localization → String Localization Options → Values Tab
The following settings are available on the Values tab.
For details, refer to About Localization.
Design object strings that are associated with primary and auxiliary tables from a deployed process app, or a full feature set, such as strings for Work Center or Request Center.
A grouping of strings within a category. For example, the main section in the Request Center contains strings from the main Request Center page. The transition section in a primary table contains transition name strings.
Navigate through the list of categories and sections or use the Search option to highlight a specific category or section.
Select a section to filter the content pane to strings in that section.
Use these options to manually modify or translate strings.
Click to add a value for a language other than the default, which is English (United States).
Click to discard changes made on the page.
Filter the list of strings by the selected language.
Choose to search keys, values, overrides, or tags.
Select a date to list strings that have been modified since that date.
String Column Descriptions
Click a column header to sort the list.
Depending on your filter, each key can show all values, languages, overrides, and tags for each string.
Shows the language (locale) for a key.
Shows the default key value for each language.
No, for default (root) strings. Yes for other locales (on-premise only).
Shows changes to the default key value.
Yes. Click in the row to edit the value. On-demand users can translate strings using the Override column. Not applicable to default (root) string values.
Shows the category and section for each key.
Shows a label for each key, if defined. Tags enable you to provide comments as you work with strings. You can then search for keys by tags.
Yes. Click in the row to edit the tag.
Shows the last date and time a key value was updated.
For more information, refer to Translating Strings from Application Administrator.
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