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Is it possible to translate locked P-Track by XLIFF?

Joerg
Joerg Member Posts: 26 Blue Ribbon

Is it possible to translate locked P-Track by XLIFF?

What I want to achieve is, to stay with the locked packaged P-Track application (for later updates) AND to have it tanslated into another language via the translation feature (XLIFF).

Best regards, Joerg

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  • Hilary Farrell-Oracle
    Hilary Farrell-Oracle Software Development Senior Manager Member Posts: 2,321 Employee
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    Hi Joerg,

    With APEX 21.1, we have desupported Productivity and Sample Apps, and no longer ship those apps with APEX. Any APEX instance upgraded to 21.1, which had locked Productivity Apps, such as P-Track, installed, will be automatically unlocked. The concept of a 'locked' app is desupported as part of the Productivity and Sample Apps desupport. We do still of course support runtime-only apps, but that is different to the concept of a 'locked' app, which only ever applied to Productivity Apps.

    If you wish to translate an app yourself, please refer to section 20 Managing Application Globalization in our User's Guide. In that chapter you'll find details relating to the translation process. If you are using a version of APEX older than 21.1, then you will need to unlock P-Track, and then proceed through the steps of managing its translation yourself.

    I hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Hilary

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  • Hilary Farrell-Oracle
    Hilary Farrell-Oracle Software Development Senior Manager Member Posts: 2,321 Employee
    Accepted Answer

    Hi Joerg,

    With APEX 21.1, we have desupported Productivity and Sample Apps, and no longer ship those apps with APEX. Any APEX instance upgraded to 21.1, which had locked Productivity Apps, such as P-Track, installed, will be automatically unlocked. The concept of a 'locked' app is desupported as part of the Productivity and Sample Apps desupport. We do still of course support runtime-only apps, but that is different to the concept of a 'locked' app, which only ever applied to Productivity Apps.

    If you wish to translate an app yourself, please refer to section 20 Managing Application Globalization in our User's Guide. In that chapter you'll find details relating to the translation process. If you are using a version of APEX older than 21.1, then you will need to unlock P-Track, and then proceed through the steps of managing its translation yourself.

    I hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Hilary

  • Joerg
    Joerg Member Posts: 26 Blue Ribbon

    Thank you Hillary! This helps. :-j