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2.5.2 Review or Change a Field's Multilingual Attributes

When the option to review or change a field's multilingual attributes on the field definition menu is chosen, a screen similar to this will result:

 

 DC@P100701            Multilingual Field - LRTB                       

                                                                       

 Field : EMPNO                                                         

                                                                       

 Description / Label                   Column Headings       Language  

 Personeels nummer                     Person.               ( DUT )   

 Personeels nr..                       Nummer                          

                                                                       

 Employee Number                       Employ                ( ENG )   

 Employee no....                       Number                          

                                                                       

 Codice Impiegato                      Numero                ( ITL )   

 N. Impiegato ..                       Impiegato                       

                                                                       

 Fnn=Help  Fnn=Exit  Fnn=Cancel  Fnn=Messages  Fnn=Change              

 

 

From this screen you can:

This panel will be repeated for each language group i.e. all LRTB (Latin languages), DBCS (Ideographic or Double Byte Character Set languages) and RLTB (Bi-directional languages).

Input Options

These input options apply to changing a field's multilingual attributes:

Description

Optional. If not specified, field name is used as default.

Label

Optional. If not specified, field name is used as default.

Column Headings

Optional. If not specified, field name is used as default. All column headings should be centered in the length of the longest column heading for all languages. Refer to the LANSA Multilingual Application Design Guide for further details.