Configure multilingual actions

You can configure unique actions for a form or control for each language at design time. As a result, the same action can trigger differently for different languages at runtime.

For example, for a globally accessed website, you can display the News section on the Home page based on a user's language preference. Configure the Redirect action on the News button so that when the button is clicked, the News form appears in the browser language.

The language is based on the user's language selection, or it is automatically tracked from the browser at runtime.

The following controls do not support multilingual actions:

  • Close

  • End condition

  • Set language

  • Delete row

  1. On the Form Modeling bar, click Actions and then click New.

    The New action dialog box is displayed.

  2. On the Type list, select an action, such as .NET Method.
  3. Enter a Name for the action.
  4. Optional. Enter a Description for the action.
  5. Select Multilingual.
  6. Click Add for Supported languages.

    The Add languages dialog box is displayed.

  7. Select the required languages and click Done.

    The selected languages are displayed on the Configure action for list.

  8. On the Configure action for list, select a language for which to configure the action.
  9. Click Save.

    When the action is executed, the page is based on the language detected at runtime.