Sometimes there are costumers who want to use the Web Client in an unsupported language.
Until DocuWare 7.1
- On the machine where DocuWare Platform Services are installed, go to ...\DocuWare\Web\Platform\Localization\WebClient\.
- Copy the file “WebClient.resx” and paste it in the same folder.
- Rename the new file in the following way: “WebClient.xy.resx”
Replace “xy” with the according two characters of your language which can be found in ISO 639-1 codes.
You can find these codes on the following link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes
- Open the prepared file with a xml editor. All strings to be translated can be found in the tags <value></value>
<data name="Login_WindowsLogin" xml:space="preserve">
- Translate all strings and save the file.
- Repeat the same steps for the Viewer translation file, which is located in ...\DocuWare\Web\Platform\Localization\Viewer\
- The Form translation file in ...\DocuWare\Web\Platform\Localization\Forms\
- and for the other App components, which are located in ...\DocuWare\Web\Platform\bin\Shared Resources\Components\App Components"
- Restart the IIS
- Open DocuWare Web Client and select the new language which will be offered in the settings.
From DocuWare 7.2
- Install DocuWare 7.2 if you did not already
- Translate the Ressourcefiles as described for Versions until 7.1
- Create a new Support Ticket and describe that you need to apply the translated files from the attachment.
- The DocuWare Support will then send you back the files as JSON format.
- Copy each file back into the location of its origin.
If you create a non supported ISO 639-1 (for example WebClient.pleTest.resx) and select this now offered language from the WebClient the WebClient runs into a error of 500:
Culture is not supported. Parameter name: name pleTest is an invalid culture identifier.
Exception: CultureNotFoundException: Culture is not supported.
In this case, please contact the DocuWare Support.