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#1 2006-08-08 11:05:42

K_Walsh
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Registered: 2006-02-14
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How to implement dynamically called multilingual documentation

Dear list,

I have installed and tested TWiki quite succesfully in our environment and now want to embark on setting up the site. Using Twiki: (Tue, 04 Jul 2006 build 10807)

The initial request is to set up the documentation for our Merchandise Management System. Up to now, I used a .doc and made a .chm help file from it that was called from within Oracle using a topic number and a language pointer to the file, e.g. lager_gb#123456. The user would be presented with a help file of the topic in his language.

I am wondering how to implement this in TWiki. I guess I need to set up one wiki per content languageon the same server?

BUT: In Oracle, I can only call one name (can be alphanumeric or numbers) and a language string. The TWiki name would be German though, e.g. wiki/D/LagerLagerbedingungen_D. That is not the English name, so pointing to wiki/GB/LagerLagerbedingungen_GB is a bit useless, as it should be "DcConditions".

I am a bit at a loss. I would like to use numbers, but are there aliases in TWiki? (i.e.: http://server/123_D pointing to wiki/D/LagerLagerbedingungen and http://server/123_GB pointing to wiki/GB/DcConditions)

Thanks in advance for your help & suggestions.

Regards, Kevin Walsh

ps. I posted this on TWiki.org,  but got no answers.

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#2 2006-08-10 21:27:17

PeterThoeny
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Re: How to implement dynamically called multilingual documentation

See anwer in http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Support/MultiLingualWiki (the preferred location for TWiki support.)

-- Peter AT StructuredWikis DOT com - http://www.structuredwikis.com/ - http://twiki.org/

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