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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Translation Tools Guide
Release 8.98 Update 4

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13 Quick Reference for Status Codes

This chapter contains the following topics:

13.1 Understanding Status Codes

Status codes identify the status that is associated with a text item. The status enables editors and translators to make changes according to the change type. Translation tools use three types of codes to help you identify where items are in the translation process.

13.2 Using Codes

These tables describe some of the codes that you can use. For an up-to-date and comprehensive list, see the H79/TS user-defined code list.

13.2.1 Status Codes

Status codes indicate where items are in the translation process. This table describes some of the status codes that you can use.

Numeric Status Code Description
01 Not Translated. Assign this status to source terms that you cannot translate into the target language.
11 Complete. After you have translated an item and saved it, you must change its status to complete. All translation tools automatically change the status to Complete when you save the translation using the Senior Translations version.

Only items with a Complete (11) or Edit/Review (25) status appear in the final translated software. Therefore, it is extremely important that you save each translation and make sure that the status changes to Complete.

15 Data Dictionary Default. The Form Design Aid (FDA) and Report Design Aid (RDA) translation tools use this status code.
20 Untranslated. This is the untranslated status for all items in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software.
25 Edit (Review). In the Junior Translations version, the system changes the status to Edit when you press OK. When another translator edits the translation and finalizes it, the system changes the status to Complete (11).
30 Other (Skip Reason). Use the Skip Reason status to force the source text to appear in the application.

60: The item contains test data.

61: Unnecessary for all languages.

62: Unnecessary for this language.

64: Waiting for application development.

35 Translation Memory. The item has been exported to a translation memory and then reimported to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software.
99 Purge from System. The Delta Process automatically assigns this status; the user never assigns this status.

13.2.2 Reason Codes

Reason codes define the change to the text. Many items will be set to untranslated with a type of new item. This table lists reason codes.

Numeric Status Code Description
40 New Item
41 Text and Size Change
42 Text change
43 Minor Text Change
44 Size Change

13.2.3 Skip Codes

Skip Reason codes enable the editor or translator to assign the reason for skipping a text edit. This table lists skip codes. For an up-to-date and comprehensive list, see the H79/SR user-defined code list.

Numeric Status Code Description
00 Normal
60 Test Data. The item contains test data.
61 Unnecessary for all languages.
62 Unnecessary for this language. The item is specific to the U.S. or Canada.
63 Waiting for application developer.
64 Insufficient Length. The translation does not fit in the allotted space.