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Oracle APEX Cookbook - Second Edition by Marcel Van Der Plas, Michel Van Zoest

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Using XLIFF files

One of the world's most recognized standards in localization is the XLIFF format. XLIFF is the abbreviation for XML Localization Interchange File Format. As the name explains, it's an XML standard and it has been adopted by Application Express as the format in which different language files can be exported from and imported into APEX applications.

This recipe will show how we can use XLIFF to quickly translate an application from its default language to a new language.

Getting ready

Start with the translatable application that we have built in the first recipe of this chapter. By doing that, we have a good and clean starting point for the first translation.

How to do it...

  1. Navigate to Shared Components.

    At the bottom of the page we ...

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