If you plan to distribute your plug-in to developers in multiple languages, follow this page to learn how to internationalize developer-facing text.
Use resource bundles to internationalize the template's name and description. Create a resource bundle with the keys
<className>.description. This file should be located in the resources of your plug-in.
1 2 3 4 HelloWorldConnectedSystem.name=Hello Connected System HelloWorldConnectedSystem.description=An intro connected system HelloWorldIntegration.name=Hello Integration HelloWorldIntegration.description=My first integration
Be careful about the naming of these properties.
<className> is case sensitive and must match the name of your Integration and Connected System classes. If the name or description are not defined then no value will appear in the UI.
The developer of the connected system plug-in is responsible for internationalizing display values and error messages. In every call to the template, we provide locale information in the ExecutionContext. This locale information can be used along with resource bundles to internationalize display values and errors.
1 ResourceBundle myResources = ResourceBundle.getBundle("MyResources", executionContext.getDesignerLocale());
All errors returned by the
execute() method should not be internationalized. Developers will use these error messages to determine behavior. To provide an internationalized error for display, the developer must pass internationalized error information through the diagnostics. The diagnostics will be displayed when developers are testing their Integration.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IntegrationError internationalizedError = getInternationalizedError(e, executionContext.getDesignerLocale()); IntegrationError nonInternationalizedError = getError(e, executionContext.getExecutionLocale()); IntegrationDesignerDiagnostic diagnostic = IntegrationDesignerDiagnostic.builder() .addErrorDiagnostic(INTERNATIONALIZED) .build(); return IntegrationResponse.forError(NOT INTERNATIONALIZED) .withDiagnostic(diagnostic) .build();
Languages with Unicode characters (for example, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, and any characters with character accents) need to be recorded using escaped Unicode. If they are not, the translations will not render properly on Appian.
Ƃ would be represented as
U+0182 in the properties file.
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