Odoo is the world's easiest all-in-one management software. It includes hundreds of business apps:
CRM | e-Commerce | Accounting | Inventory | PoS | Project management | MRP | etc.
What is the method I am supposed to use for writing error messages on screen in the language of the user, but write messages to log/database always as the untranslated (English) value?
For instance - for instance when the sales person uses one language, then trigger an inventory exception to be seen by the storage person which does not know that language, or the system administrator who might not know neither? In the case of the inventory, I have also noticed that if the translated error message is too long for the database, the transaction is rolled back causing even more problem.
This should be a quite common case in Belgium which have 3 official languages. Is there an official way for always writing the data in the original form to database/log but display the error always in the users language?
All interfaces and messages of openerp are displayed in the language of the user.
But there are terms that are not translated.you can verify in menu
Settings>>Translations>>Translated Terms>>Application Terms then apply filter Untranslated so it displays all terms untranslated.
you can translate these terms or create a new module contains all terms untranslated and this is the best method.
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