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Selecting the translation package and rulesets

Suggest edit Updated on April 11, 2020

After the translation package has been translated, reopen the wizard so that you can import the translated values.

Tip: In the Wizards in progress worklist, you can resume the Localization wizard at the last step that you previously finished. The Instructions column indicates the step at which the Localization wizard stopped. If you exported multiple translation packages from one wizard object, each package is listed as a separate import item.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click ConfigureUser InterfaceApplication readinessLocalizationTranslations in progress.

    Result: The Wizards in progress worklist displays a list of work items for language pack translations.
  2. In the ID column, select a work item to import.

  3. In the Select a RuleSet list, click a ruleset and version to save field values to.

    If you pick a non-localized ruleset, the wizard creates a new localized ruleset and version. If the ruleset already exists, translations are imported to the existing localized ruleset.

    If a ruleset version exists but is not displayed in the list, it is locked. In this case, either unlock it or use another version.

  4. Optional:

    If you created your own language pack that includes standard Pega Platform field values, import it to a top-level (organization) application ruleset so that it can be shared across business applications.

    Your custom language pack cannot be imported to standard Pega rulesets.

  5. Select the ruleset versions to save HTML paragraphs, correspondences, and correspondence fragments.

    Paragraph rules are imported by the wizard into the language rulesets. You must manually import correspondence and correspondence fragments.

  6. Click Next.

  • Importing the translation file

    To complete the translation process, import the translation files that you received from the translator. After the translation files are imported, the original field values are replaced with their translations.

  • Localization wizard

    Use the Localization wizard to make an application available in additional languages. The wizard automates many of the steps necessary to create language-specific rulesets.

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