Locale variant fall-back paths in Localize - On Premises 7

Localize

Fall-back paths are used when you filter content in a book or submit a book for publishing.

If a locale variant does not exist for an object the software uses a fall-back option, based on the variant structure that you have configured.

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Flat Structure

This type of structure creates a simple variant or primary option.

A fall-back example: If a variant for French does not exist, the primary American English source object will be used as a fall-back.

 

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Grouped Structure

This type of hierarchical structure uses similar languages grouped in sub-levels.

A fall-back example: If a variant for French Canadian does not exist then the French variant will be used, and if a variant for French does not exist then the American English primary object will be used.