T002 is a Language Keys (Component BC-I18) table. It will not update for anytime.In case if u create a language then it will update.
The following fields are available in the table:
SPRAS SPRAS LANG 1 0 Language Key
LASPEZ LASPEZ CHAR 1 0 Language specifications
LAHQ LAHQ CHAR 1 0 Degree of Translation of Language
LAISO LAISO CHAR 2 0 Language according to ISO 639
I understand that it is a table for languages, I will give a background, we have 2 Production systems, And data from both flow to downstream systems. Lately there has been an error reported which we found out was because there was one entry for a language missing in one of the systems. We think that the error can be solved by maintaining that missing entry.
Please advise how to maintain that entry.
I am sorry, but the SE16-attempt could be wrong.
Also, one does need own language keys sometimes.
The procedure to maintain the language settings is through transaction I18N. If you need to add own language keys, go to: I18N customizing --> I18N System configuration. You will get the list of the installed languages. Right under the list you can maintain the language list.
If you enter a language key there that is SAP standard - please be aware that (to make that work properly) several other steps must be made in the Operating system, SMLT, RZ10 etc.
This customizing has the languages that are installed in your SAP system.
T002 has much more languages
I tried SM30 by entering T002 and clicking customizing button. SAP did not come back with a customizing knot for T002 maintenance. Hence I recommended the SE16 maintenance.
Jürgen L. wrote:
> This customizing has the languages that are installed in your SAP system.
> T002 has much more languages
> I tried SM30 by entering T002 and clicking customizing button. SAP did not come back with a customizing knot for T002 maintenance. Hence I recommended the SE16 maintenance.
T002 does not have 'much more' languages. This is not possible. Max. 50 is allowed. Please read documentation on I18N. The customizing described by me will add the T002-entry also.
Jürgen L. wrote:
> SAP note Note 302063 - Correspondence Language
> explains how to define a new language.
For correspondense - as opposed to: system language or RFC language. The OP is sending Idocs around ... so nothing to do with correspondence.
Please read the note you quoted - it says:
correspondence Language in Unicode systems
In a Unicode system, you can increase the number of available
language keys. Note 42305 contains more information about this
option (in the section 'How to extend the language list').
Therefore, it is not generally necessary to set up the a
correspondence language in a Unicode system.
note 42305 says:
Note 42305 - RSCPINST (I18N configuration tool)
... which is I18N !!