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Preferences Multiple ChangeIn the Preferences tab, you can set the preferred settings for the contact persons Partner Zone and emails generated by XTRF. The tab integrates the customisable settings that are set in the Defaults tab , Formats tab and Time tracking tab of Advanced Configuration . You can decide to use the contact persons' respective provider's settings or configure the contact persons' Partner Zone and email formatting to their liking.
 
  • To have the system ignore specific information in the modification process, select the Do Not Change radio button for a given field. The information represented in the field will not be modified.
  • To modify a field, first select the Set radio button and then make any necessary changes. The contact persons' information represented in the field will be overwritten.
  • To have the contact person use the same settings as their respective provider, first select the Set radio button and then the User Partner Settings radio button. For example, Provider A uses XTRF in English, and Provider Y works in French. Contact Person B is associated with Provider A, and Contact Person Z is connected to Provider Y. If you select the User Partner Settings radio button, the XTRF interface will appear in French for Contact Person B but in English for Contact Person Z.
Language

The language of the system interface and email content, if applicable, for the contact persons.

If you selected the Set radio button, click on the drop-down list and select a language.

 Click here to get a list of available languages in XTRF Platform...

XTRF and its associated components can be displayed in a number of selected languages. The available languages and their level of localization are described on this page.  

 

Full Localization

The XTRF interface and the majority of the system elements are available in the following languages:

  1. Bulgarian
  2. Chinese (Simplified / China)
  3. English (United Kingdom)
  4. English (United States)
  5. French
  6. German
  7. Italian
  8. Latvian
  9. Polish
  10. Romanian
  11. Russian
  12. Spanish
  13. Slovak
  14. Swedish
  15. Turkish
  16. Ukrainian

Partial Localization

The following languages in which XTRF is partially available appear below. For some languages, the only feature is that a user can manually customize untranslated parts of the system so that they appear in the desired language.  

  1. Arabic
  2. Belarusian
  3. Catalan
  4. Chinese (Traditional / Taiwan)
  5. Czech
  6. Danish
  7. Dutch
  8. English (Canada)
  9. Estonian
  10. Finnish
  11. Georgian
  12. Greek
  13. Hungarian
  14. Icelandic
  15. Japanese
  16. Kazakh
  17. Lithuanian
  18. Norwegian
  19. Portuguese (Brazil)
  20. Serbian (Cyrillic)
  21. Serbian (Latin)
  22. Slovenian

Theme

The graphical display used in the contact persons' Partner Zone.

If you selected the Set radio button, click on the drop-down list and select a theme.

To create a theme, go to  System  Configuration  > Partner Management  >  Customisation  >  Themes .

 

The date and time format signs are:

SignResult
d

1-digit day if applicable (e.g. 5 and not 05)

2-digit days are not   affected (e.g. 12).


dd2-digit day (e.g. 05)
MMMonth, digitised (e.g. 06)
MMMMonth, abbreviated (e.g. Jun)
MMMMMonth, full form (e.g. June)
yyYear, abbreviated (e.g. 11)
yyyyYear, full form (e.g. 2011)
HH2-digit hour, 24-hour clock (e.g. 14 and 07)
H

1-digit hour if applicable, 24-hour clock (e.g. 7 and not 07)

2-digit hours are   not affected (e.g. 14).


hh2-digit hour, 12-hour clock (e.g. 11 and 07)
h

1-digit hour if applicable, 12-hour clock (e.g. 7 and not 07)

2-digit hours are   not affected (e.g. 11).


mmMinute (e.g. 12: 45 )
aa

AM/PM

Only available for   System Time Format  


zzTime zone (e.g. CET)


Date Format

The order in which months, days and years will appear in the Partner Zone.

If you selected the Set radio button, begin typing the desired format and select it from the drop-down list. Do not enter a particular date (e.g. 2013-Mar-05)..

The available date formats are:

FormatExample
yyyy-MM-dd2013-03-15
yyyy-MMM-dd

2013-Mar-15

yyyy-MMMM-dd2013-March-15
MM/dd/yyyy03/15/2013
MMM/dd/yyyyMar/15/2013
MMMM/dd/yyyyMarch/15/2013
dd.MM.yyyy15.03.2013
dd.MMM.yyyy15. Mar.2013
dd.MMMM.yyyy15.March.2013
dd MMMM yy15 March 13
dd MMMM yyyy15 March 2013
Date and Hour Format

The order in which months, days, years and time will appear in the Partner Zone.

If you selected the Set radio button, begin typing the desired format and select it from the drop-down list. Do not enter a particular date (e.g. 2013-Mar-05 10:10).

The available date and hour formats are:

FormatExample
yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm2013-03-15 11:47
yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm zz2013-03-15 11:47 CET
yyyy-MMM-dd HH:mm2013-Mar-15 11:47
yyyy-MMM-dd HH:mm zz2013-Mar-15 11:47 CET
yyyy-MMMM-dd HH:mm2013-March-15 11:47
yyyy-MMMM-dd HH:mm zz2013-March-15 11:47 CET
MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm03/15/2013 11:47
MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm zz03/15/2013 11:47 CET
MMM/dd/yyyy HH:mmMar/15/2013 11:47
MMM/dd/yyyy HH:mm zzMar/15/2013 11:47 CET
MMMM/dd/yyyy HH:mmMarch/15/2013 11:47
MMMM/dd/yyyy HH:mm zzMarch/15/2013 11:47 CET
dd.MM.yyyy HH:mm15.03.2013 11:47
dd.MM.yyyy HH:mm zz15.03.2013 11:47 CET
dd.MMM.yyyy HH:mm15.Mar.2013 11:47
dd.MMM.yyyy HH:mm zz15.Mar.2013 11:47 CET
dd.MMMM.yyyy HH:mm15.March.2013 11:47
dd.MMMM.yyyy HH:mm zz15.March.2013 11:47 CET
dd MMMM yy HH:mm15 March 13 11:47
dd MMMM yy HH:mm zz15 March 13 11:47 CET
dd MMMM yyyy HH:mm15 March 2013 11:47
dd MMMM yyyy HH:mm zz15 March 2013 11:47 CET
 
  • To create the appropriate expression for the numbering formats, use the following signs:

    #A digit or absent if the first and/or final digit in the number is zero. For example, you enter the expression "###.###" for Rate Format . You have the number 1.5. The system shows "1.5".
    0A digit or zero if the first and/or final digit in the number is zero. For example, you enter the expression "000.000" for Rate Format . You have the number 1.5. The system shows "001.500".
    %The number is multiplied by 100 and shown as a percentage. For example, you enter the expression "#.# %" for Percentage Format . You have the number 1.234. The system shows "123.4%"
    . (full stop)

    The decimal separator. When you enter a full stop (.) into an expression, the system uses whatever item you selected for the decimal separator. It does not necessarily mean a full-stop will appear in the number. For example, you selected the comma (,) for the decimal separator. You enter the expression 0.00 for Currency Format . You have the number .5. The system shows “0,50”.

    To change your decimal separator, go to System > Configuration > General Configuration > Advanced   Configuration > Formats .

    , (comma) 

    The grouping separator. When you enter a comma (,) into an expression, the system uses whatever item you selected for the grouping separator. It does not necessarily mean a comma will appear in the number. For example, you selected a half stop"." for the decimal separator and "space" for the grouping separator. You enter the expression #,###.00 for Rate Format. You have the number 15,555.50. The system shows "15 555.50".

    To change your grouping separator, go to System > Configuration > General Configuration > Advanced   Configuration > Formats .

  • The final digit right of the decimal point in the expression is always rounded up whenever a number is longer than what is permitted in the expression. For example, you enter the expression "0.00" for Rate Format. You have the number 12.345. The system rounds up 4 and shows "12.35".

  • To include the option of displaying additional digits whenever available, include one or more hashtags (#) at the end of the expression. The number of hastags in the expression represent the exact number of optional digits to be displayed. However, unlike the inclusion of zeros in the number whenever you use 0 in the expression, the system will not add zeros to the number in order to satisfy the number of ending hashtags. For example, you enter the expression "0.00##" for Rate Format. You have the number 12.345. Because you used the hashtag instead of 0 in the expression, the system shows "12.345". Furthermore, if the number is longer than what is allowed in the expression, the final hashtag right of the decimal point in the expression is rounded up. For example, you enter the expression "0.00##" for Rate Format . You have the number 12.34567. The system rounds up 6 and shows "12.3457".
Percentage Format

The manner in which percentage values will be displayed in the contact persons' Partner Zone.

If you selected the Set radio button, enter the desired format into the field.

Currency Format

The manner in which amounts of money will be displayed (e.g. the placement of the grouping separator and the number of digits after the decimal separator) in the contact persons' Partner Zone.

If you selected the Set radio button, enter the desired format into the field.

Rate Format

The manner in which rates will be displayed (e.g. the placement of the grouping separator and the number of digits after the decimal separator) in the contact persons' Partner Zone.

If you selected the Set radio button, enter the desired format into the field.

Currency Sign

The placement of the currency sign.

If you selected the Set radio button, click on the drop-down list and then decide whether you want the sign to appear before or after the value.

CSV Files Encoding

The encoding used to convert the characters in the CSV file.

If you selected the Set radio button, click on the drop-down list and choose an encoding

XTRF recommends UTF-8.

NextClick to advance to the Confirmation Page .
CancelClick to terminate the modification process.