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Configuring Language Mapping and Asset Packaging

In the Workspace settings tab:

  • You map Episerver languages to Clay Tablet languages in the language mapping.xml file.
  • You configure how the Connector packages multiple assets in a translation project.
To configure language mappings and grouped-asset handling:
  1. In the Workspace settings tab, edit the Language Mapping XML field to map each Episerver language code to the corresponding Clay Tablet language code. For a list and description of Clay Tablet language codes, see Appendix: Language Codes.

For example:

<Languages>

<Language>

<EPiServer>sv</EPiServer>

<ClayTablet>sv-SE</ClayTablet>

</Language>

<Language>

<EPiServer>da</EPiServer>

<ClayTablet>da-DK</ClayTablet>

</Language>

</Languages>

Note: If you leave this section empty, the Connector will use the default values.

  • If you select the Use grouped asset handling check box, then the Connector packages all pages and blocks selected for translation into a single XML file for each target language.

Recommendation: Select this check box, especially if Lionbridge Freeway will translate terms for SEO.

  • If you clear the Use grouped asset handling check box, then the Connector sends each page and block selected for translation as a separate XML file.

Episerver automatically saves your changes.