Configure Interface Languages - Fluid Topics - 3.5 - Technical Notes

Manage Languages in Fluid Topics

Product
Fluid Topics
FT_Version
3.5
Category
Technical Notes
audience
public

The language used for the interface of your Fluid Topics portal must be defined in the conf.json configuration file.

Edit the following file:

As antidot user

/usr/local/afs7/Fluid-Topics/conf/$TENANT_ID/conf.json

In the languages parameter of the ui object, add the ISO code of the desired UI language as in the following example:

{
  "ui": {
    "languages": [
      "de-DE",
      "en-US",
      "es-ES",
      "fr-FR",
      "it-IT",
      "ja-JP",
      "ko-KR",
      "pt-PT",
      "zh-CN",
      "zh-TW"
    ],
  ...
}

Any source content language code without a region designator falls back on its equivalent code with a regional extension, as listed in the mapping file.

Note: To see the list of default locales, use the Get Default Locale Configuration web service.
Note: A region-extended locale is the combination of an ISO 639-1 language code in lowercase and an ISO 3166-1 country code in uppercase, separated by a hyphen.
The first language entered in this list is considered as the default language and must be specified in all the parameters of the configuration file where a language must be entered, such as the following examples:
  • mainTitle
  • subTitle
  • metadata
  • footer
  • And so on
Note: This XML file is also used to manage the text of Fluid Topics email messages.