Properties <name of translation> window: Fields

Description (General tab)

Enter a description for the translation.

Ignore Case (General tab)

Mark this field to translate items from the source file, regardless of whether characters are lowercase or uppercase.

Ignore Missing Value (General tab)

In some cases, you may not have translations set up for every possible value from the source file. By default, Integration Manager will cancel the record if it can’t find an appropriate translation. Marking this option will import the item, even though an appropriate translation isn’t defined. The item from the source file will be imported without being translated.

Name (General tab)

Enter a name for the translation. If you are adding a translation from the Integration Mapping window, a lookup button is available. You can click this button to add a global translation that you created using the Object Browser window. If the name is (Local), the translation is local to the current destination mapping. Any other name indicates a global translation that can be used in any destination mapping.

Translation tab

Allows you to add items to the translation. On each line, enter a value from the source file and the corresponding value to use for the field. To remove a translation from a field, choose Edit > Remove Translation.

Translation tables should not exceed 2000 lines.

If you have a translation table in a spreadsheet such as Microsoft Excel®, you can easily re-create the translation in Integration Manager. Copy the translation table from the spreadsheet to the clipboard. In Integration Manager, place the cursor in the first column of the translation and press CTRL+V to paste the data.



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