This page outlines multi-lingual support information.
- If the translation exists in the language and region specified, it will be returned.
- If the translation exists in the language but not the specified region, it will still be translated and returned.
- If the GUID exists but it is not available in the specified language, the default text in the Literals table will return.
- If the GUID does not exist or you do not have permission to it, it will return the GUID back as the translation.
There are 3 tables in Cinchy to provide language support.
- 1.[Cinchy].[Literal Groups]
- 3.[Cinchy].[Literal Translations].
This table can optionally be used to group the translations. The default Cinchy strings belong to the Cinchy literal group. We recommend you create one literal group per applet or UI so you can retrieve the full list of GUIDs required for that page/applet easily.
This table defines all the strings that you want to translate.
String that displays if no translation is found for the language specified.
GUID used to refer to the literal. A UUID will be generated by default, but can be overrode using the Guid Override field to something more human-readable.
As mentioned above, this can be used to group your strings so they can be easily retrieved. Note that this is a multi-select so you can use a single literal for multiple applets (including using the default Cinchy literals and translations for custom applets).
This is the table where the translations are stored.
This is the translated string that is returned.
This is the literal the translation is for.
A language must be specified for a translation. Region can also be optionally specified for region specific words (ex. color vs colour).