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How to add other languages to the Web User Interface
Posted by John Villanueva on 25 April 2016 05:31 AM

When your users connect to JSCAPE MFT Server via the Web UI, the language they'll see will depend on the language setting on their Web browser and whatever languages you've set your server to support. You can see what languages your server currently supports by navigating to Server > Settings >  Web > Resources > Language. 

If you select a language, say German, and then scroll down the table, you should see Name-Value properties translated into the selected language. The translations can be viewed under the Value column.

To add more languages, just click the Add Language button and then select the language you want. Note, however, that the Name-Value properties of added languages will still be in English. Someone at your end will have to manually enter corresponding translations for each corresponding value. 

When you make changes to the language settings in Server > Settings >  Web > Resources > Language, those changes will only be applied to the login page. To make changes to the values shown after logging into a domain, edit the domain in question, and then go to Services > HTTP/S tab > Resources > Language. 

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