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    MOB Multi Language Extension For Magento2

    This guide describes the configuration and workflow for MOB Multi-Language Extension For Magento 2.

    In order to know, how to set up the configurations of Odoo and Magento 2, please refer to the User Guide for Odoo Bridge for Magento 2.x.

    INTRODUCTION

    Offering products to customers in their language helps the Sellers to expand their customer base. Purchasing from Multi-language web interface offered by the brands helps the customers to buy comfortably and confidently from their Websites. Magento allows you to manage your products in different languages on Magento Website. It bridges the linguistic gap between the Seller and the Buyer.

    If you are already managing Odoo and Magento in multiple languages and already usingOdoo bridge for Magento and wants to export product between Odoo and Magento in multiple languages, then Webkul offers you “MOB Multi-Language Extension For Magento 2”.

    Odoo Bridge for Magento provides the facility to export the products between Odoo and Magento only in one language. “MOB Multi-Language Extension For Magento 2offers you to export products between Odoo and Magento in multiple languages.

    Note:- MOB Multi-Language Extension is a dependent Module on Odoo Bridge for Magento 2.x.

    FEATURES

    1:- MOB Multi-Language Extension For Magento 2 allows you to export/update products with translation bidirectionally between Odoo and Magento.

    Note:-  The category translation is only available till Odoo v12. In Odoo v13, the category name field is no more translated. 

    INSTALLATION

    After downloading the module, you will get a zip file containing two modules. The one with the name ‘odoo_magento_multi_language‘ needs to be installed at Odoo end and the other with the name ‘Odoomagentomultilang‘ needs to installed at Magento end.

    a) Installation at Magento end.

    1:- Place “Magento Module” folder inside Magento® directory.

    2:- Run below-mentioned commands on the terminal from your Magento® root directory.

    3:- You need to upgrade the module list by running the command: “php -f bin/magento setup:upgrade

    4:- Then do index management by running below command on terminal: “php bin/magento indexer:reindex

    5:-Then do cache management by running below command on terminal: “php bin/magento cache:flush

    6:- After clearing the cache. Logout and then re-login to Magento.

    b) Installation at Odoo end

    1:- Place the modules inside Odoo Addons which are available in “Odoo Module” folder.

    2:- Now, open the Odoo and click on the Settings menu. Here, click on Activate the Developer Mode. One can also activate the developer mode by typing ‘debug=1’ after ‘web?’ in the URL.

    3:- Then, open on Apps menu and click on ‘Update Apps List’.

    4:- In the search bar, remove all the filters and search ‘odoo_magento_multi_language’.

    5:- You will be able to see the module in the search result. Click on ‘Install’ to install it.

    WORKFLOW

    After the installation part is done. The workflow of the module starts with the mapping of languages at Odoo and Magento end.

    1:- At Magento End

    In order to map the languages at Magento end. Open ‘Odoo connector’ tab, you will find ‘language mapping’ under the ‘General tab’. Click on Language Mapping and as a result, the Language Mapping page will be opened. In order to map all existing Odoo Languages with your Magento stores, click on the ‘Manual Mapping’ button.

    2:- At Odoo End

    In order to view the Language Mapping at Odoo end. Navigate to the ‘Magento Odoo Bridge‘ ad then go to ‘language mapping’ under the ‘mapping’ tab to find the mapping of the languages at Odoo end.

    3:- Export translations

    MOB Multi-Language Extension For Magento 2 provides the feature to export the translations of products. To use this feature, go to Odoo connector >> Odoo configuration and select ‘yes’ in the product translation tab. You will find this tab under ‘Automatic synchronization Settings‘. 

    4:- Export Product translation from Odoo end

    a) Individual product translation export

    To export products along with their translations, Go to the product catalog and then click on the ‘Action’ button and then select ‘Synchronise to Magento’ option. Enable the ‘Translation Synchronisation’ to synchronize product translation from Odoo to Magento.

    b) Bulk Product translation export

    In order to export the translation of the all products available in Odoo at the same time. Open ‘Magento Odoo Bridge’ and then select ‘Bulk Synchronisation’. Click on ‘Synchronise Products’, enable the ‘Translation Synchronization’ checkbox, and then select the ‘Synchronise Now’ button to export the translation of all the products to Magento.

    Need Help?

    Hope you find this guide helpful! Feel free to share your feedback in the comments below.

    If you have any issues/queries regarding the module, please raise a ticket at

    https://webkul.uvdesk.com/en/customer/create-ticket/

    For any doubt contact us at support@webkul.com

    Thank you for your attention.

    Current Product Version - 1

    Supported Framework Version - Magento 2.0.x, 2.1.x, 2.2.x,2.3.x, 2.4.x

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