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I have desigen custome report in odoo version 8 .
I know the translation is supported , but i wonder the way to translate the report based on user language ?
How can i implement the translate ?
Any idea will be helpful
So if I understand correctly you want to make translations and change the report language as which language is set?
Every default report has two QWeb views. One with the actual report (named report_xxxx_document) and one record with the translation logic (report_xxxx)
In this second record, the report_xxx is where the languages will be fetched:
<t t-foreach="doc_ids" t-as="doc_id">
<t t-raw="translate_doc(doc_id, doc_model, 'partner_id.lang', 'account.report_invoice_document')"/> </t> </t>
As you can see this second record checks the language from the user with partner_id.lang and then loads the correct translation.
So, how do you get the correct languages?
You'll need to create a new folder named i18n and place a .po file in this for every language you want to translate.
The file should have the ISO language codes. For example for the Dutch language this would be nl.po.
In this file you should add the modulename, location of the value you want to translate, the source and the translation. For example:
#. module: sale
Simply do this for everything you want to translate, for every language, and then update your module.
Note: You can see examples in any module under the folder i18n. You have to do the same for your module but with other values and module names.
Best of luck
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