On 05/03/2012 07:26 AM, stavae wrote:
> joakim_ganse;2193368 Wrote:
>> I think the one without is choosen if you dont have one for your
>> language, I treat it as a Default or fallback one.
>> Because I have had problems I always update both the one without and
>> _en with the english version as well as the localized one if I have one.

> Thanks Joakim;
> you were right : that was indeed the problem. ))))
> I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it (lol). I always
> thought that, as long as you assigned the proper Template to your
> workflow, then everything would be ok

The workflow engine will look at the srvprvPreferredLocal of the
User. If that is not sent, then it will use the _%language% that is the
default for the User Application (which is set in the UAD).

So, I would gather that once you made the changes to the _en template
you saw them?

Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer