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Language Translations

by  ronhoneyman »  2011/06/07 18:31

We are currently using the import/export feature of Jahia to export content to have it sent off for translations. However, as I am going through this it appears this is not what the import/export should be used for. Does Jahia provide other options for us to export the text for translations?

Thanks

Ron Honeyman
  • Language Translations
    2011/06/07 18:31

    ronhoneyman We are currently using the import/export feature of Jahia to export content to have it sent off for translations. However, as I am going through this it appears this is not what the import/export should be used for. Does Jahia provide other options for us to export the text for translations?<br/><br/>Thanks<br/><br/>Ron Honeyman

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    Re: Language Translations

    by  scroisier »  2011/06/07 18:31

    In fact the import/export feature is a native core feature which is cross-used by many other functions. For example doing a copy-paste of a container, a page or a complete section is indeed exporting the content in XML and reimporting it dynamically on the destination. The same applied to Linked copies (kind of dynamic copies which are automatically replicated each time the source is modified AND republished) or to site replication. It also used to import default demo site (e.g: the default demo package) or to let customers make archives.

    But clearly the generated XML sticks to the underlying Jahia data model. We were speaking about extending it in order to better support localisation standards such as XLIFF (ex: http://www.maxprograms.com/articles/xliff.html). But we never found the time to evaluate it in details or implement it yet.

    If you think this is an important feature, please do not hesitate to create an enhancement JIRA ticket and to start voting for it.
  • Re: Language Translations
    2011/06/07 18:31

    scroisier In fact the import/export feature is a native core feature which is cross-used by many other functions. For example doing a copy-paste of a container, a page or a complete section is indeed exporting the content in XML and reimporting it dynamically on the destination. The same applied to Linked copies (kind of dynamic copies which are automatically replicated each time the source is modified AND republished) or to site replication. It also used to import default demo site (e.g: the default demo package) or to let customers make archives.<br/><br/>But clearly the generated XML sticks to the underlying Jahia data model. We were speaking about extending it in order to better support localisation standards such as XLIFF (ex: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.maxprograms.com/articles/xliff.html">http://www.maxprograms.com/articles/xliff.html</a><!-- m -->). But we never found the time to evaluate it in details or implement it yet.<br/><br/>If you think this is an important feature, please do not hesitate to create an enhancement JIRA ticket and to start voting for it.

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    XLIFF standard to export and served resources to single page applications (Angular)

    by  pchalony@amadeus.com »  2017/09/15 12:18

    I saw there was a post in 2011 on XLIFF, would there be a standard DX service to export localised resources in XLIFF format in DX 7+ ?

    Tks,

  • XLIFF standard to export and served resources to single page applications (Angular)
    2017/09/15 12:18

    pchalony@amadeus.com <p>I saw there was a post in 2011 on XLIFF, would there be a standard DX service to export localised resources in XLIFF format in DX 7+ ?</p> <p>Tks,</p>

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