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May 15, 2020 at 9:41 pm #6144137

barrettL

We have a number of Translation Jobs with a status of Completed, but are still in the original language.

The jobs were submitted to TransPerfect. They did the translation and confirmed it was completed.

This has happened occasionally in the past but has been pretty consistent more recently.

What other information can I provide? How can we debug the problem?

May 17, 2020 at 9:38 am #6150683

Laura
Supporter

Languages: English (English ) Italian (Italiano ) Portuguese (Brazil) (Português )

Timezone: Europe/Rome (GMT+02:00)

Hi,

thanks for contacting us.

Can you try to download the xliff file for the job from WPML > Translations and check if it's actually translated or not?

May 17, 2020 at 12:20 pm #6151519

barrettL

Hi Laura,

Here is the xliff.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="no"?>
<xliff xmlns="urn:oasis:names:tc:xliff:document:1.2" version="1.2"><file original="115-b8366af83e63299dcaac5819650259de" source-language="en" target-language="fr-ca" datatype="plaintext"><header><phase-group><phase phase-name="shortcodes" process-name="Shortcodes identification"><note>wp_caption,caption,playlist,audio,video,embed,wpml_language_form_field,acf,file_modified,nf_preview,ninja_form,ninja_forms,ninja_forms_display_form,search,noindex,searchform,relevanssi_related_posts,aiosrs_pro_custom_field,wp_schema_pro_rating_shortcode,wpseo_html_sitemap,wpml_language_switcher,wpml_language_selector_widget,wpml_language_selector_footer,wpml-string,icegram,ig_form,maxmenu,maxmegamenu,team_listing,maxmegamenu_woo_cart_count,maxmegamenu_woo_cart_total,maxmegamenu_logout_url,maxmegamenu_user_info,maxmegamenu_user_gravatar,maxmegamenu_buddypress_avatar,maxmegamenu_buddypress_notifications,maxmegamenu_edd_cart_count,maxmegamenu_edd_cart_total,gallery,blog_signup_trigger,blockquote-cs,facetwp,pdf-embedder,popup,popup_trigger,popup_close,popup_cookie,pum_sub_form,call_to_action,newsletter,tours_shortcode,cta_button,woocommerce_thankyou,woocommerce_shop,table,custom_profile,symple_heading,row,tagcloud,sform,nano,add_eventon_list,che,era,essa,nel,gli,per,come,anima,ella,quel,show_gd_mylist_btn,su_spoiler,email,vul,wpv-view,wpv-post-field,accordion_item,citation,foogallery,user-submitted-posts,chronologie,adresse,get_unit_label,get_reference_label,woocommerce_api_manager_lost_api_key,wp-knowledgebase,testimonials_slider,rpwe,posts,nowotworu,intima-media,dostarcza,standaryzowany,jako,czarny,ekstrakt,kwas,std,dwuwodzian,stm_icon_box,ess_grid,rev_slider,linkview,dropcap,permalinklist,testimonial_slider,woocommerce_software_lost_license,text-blocks,wp_sitemap_page,wcmp_vendor,vendor_registration,efsrow,efscolumn,efsbutton,md_rev_slider,md_live_text,md_imagebox_full,flagallery,pbr_quicklinksmenu,rev_slider_vc,opalhotel_reservation_form,pbr_title_heading,pbr_testimonials,embedyt,yith_wcwl_wishlist,wcm_content_restricted,feature_box,woocommerce_en_check,wc_box,wc_row,wc_column,wc_fullwidth,wc_center,wp_social_sharing,infoboxes,testimonials,woocommerce_social_media_share_buttons,wcv_vendor_dashboard,wcv_shop_settings,wcv_orders,inplayer,useyourdrive,wp_blog_designer,us_blog,tt_address,tt_dashboard,envira-gallery,hotspotitem,woocommerce_klarna_checkout,wpml_mailto,contact-field,ux_banner,advanced_iframe,siteorigin_widget,ec_store,simpay_payment_receipt,su-mensaje,borlabs_cookie,contact_info,stm_boats_video,packages_orderdata,yith_ywraq_request_quote,woocommerce_pay,button,supsystic-tables,clean-login,insertgenerator,youzer_register,wysija_form,customer-area,customer-area-dashboard,customer-area-private-files-home,customer-area-private-files,customer-account-home,customer-area-account,customer-area-logout,bookly-form,bookly-cancellation-confirmation,stm_classic_filter,mainwp_archived_lists,wcv_vendorslist,dotpay_content,formularz,cyberactive_school_courses_selection_form,cyberactive_school_session_timeout,ditty_news_ticker,donationcampaign,das-list-events,event_embed,sectiontitle,learn_press_profile,ticket-submit,tickets,aanduiding,datum,thim-icon-box,ngg_images,wpdomainchecker,visualizer,mk_page_section,rssreviews,animate_this,simple-sitemap,gravityform,stm_tech_info,fep_submission_form,ucaddon_diagonal_event_box,wcv_feedback_form,newsletters_management,wcv_pro_dashboard,tm_pb_section,wwof_product_listing,res_map,jssupportticket,socialbar,socialbar_service,front-end-pm,stm_sidebar,give_receipt,donation_history,simpay_error,tm_pb_contact_field,jwp,woocommerce_checkout,mk_custom_list,sg_popup,icon,extra_wrap,frontier-post,invierno,appbox,highlight,ci_alert,vc_mad_products,dt_list,geoip-continent,geoip-country,geoip-region,geoip-city,geoip-postalcode,geoip-latitude,geoip-longitude,geoip-location,woocommerce_notices,post-timeline,private-message,ga_optout,manage_serial_key_usage,ut_header,site_name,bfname,order_id,menu-country,menu-prefer,accordion-item,mini-icon,gvlogic,stm_gmap,contact-form,iconbox,woocommerce_my_account,super_form,wpdm-all-packages,photoblocks,et_pb_map_pin,ginger_reset_cookie,su_divider,fbl_login_button,gmw_single_location,one_full,recent_products,custom_list,endif,jours,wpuf-login,lyte,product_table,wpuf-registration,wpuf_dashboard,amazon,member-pricing-table,rozinky,add_to_cart_url,srizonfbgallery,cl-itext,icon_counter,text_block,vtftable,header_static,bookingcalendar,flexslider,anova-geoip-meta,zp_vc_slideshow_element,zp_scrollto,my_calendar_upcoming,wpv-post-url,fusion_button,su_tab,freeconsultation_technical_forum_link,vc_images_carousel,otgs_logo_url,wpv-conditional,teaser,dt_fancy_image,fusion_tagline_box,contact_us_add,content_box,tagline_box,us_iconbox,fusion_tab,fisicamente,one_half_sidebar,action-btn,invicta_contacts,pricing_price,icon_link,slideshow,vcex_milestone,secondary-demo,vh_pricing_table,category_name,blogurl,q_team,tab_nav_item</note></phase><phase phase-name="post_type" process-name="Post type"><note>post_page</note></phase></phase-group><reference><external-file href="hidden link"/></reference></header><body><trans-unit resname="title" restype="string" datatype="html" id="title"><source><![CDATA[Thank you for contacting client care]]></source><target><![CDATA[Merci d'avoir contacté Access]]></target></trans-unit><trans-unit resname="body" restype="string" datatype="html" id="body"><source><![CDATA[<h2></h2>

Your support case has been received and an Access representative will be in touch shortly.

For information on what's new in information governance, information management best practices, as well as tips to help busy HR professionals transform the way they do business through strategy and process improvement <a href="hidden link">check out our most recent blogs</a>.]]></source><target><![CDATA[<p class="intro-text">Merci d'avoir contacté Access. Un membre de notre équipe vous contactera sous peu.</p>]]></target></trans-unit></body></file></xliff>

May 19, 2020 at 7:52 am #6164125

Laura
Supporter

Languages: English (English ) Italian (Italiano ) Portuguese (Brazil) (Português )

Timezone: Europe/Rome (GMT+02:00)

Hi,

the xliff seems translated, so the problem shouldn't be with the translation service.
Do you obtain all your translation with TransPerfect or do you have some in-house translation as well?

I would suggest trying a compatibility test, if possible:
- backup your site
- disable all plugin except WPML and its addons
- switch to a default theme like TwentySeventeen
- check if the issue is happening again
- if it's not, reactivate your plugins one by one, checking every time if the issue shows up again
- lastly, reactivate your theme

May 21, 2020 at 8:31 pm #6190093

barrettL

It sounds like you think the issue may exist on the rendering of the content and that the translation completed successfully. We are testing on a copy of the site now with a default theme and other plugins disabled.

I noticed in the server logs a lot of requests to xmlrpc. What, if any, access does WPML need to xmlrpc in order to function properly? Is there any possibility translations would fail if that was blocked by our security plugin?

May 22, 2020 at 8:42 am #6193451

Laura
Supporter

Languages: English (English ) Italian (Italiano ) Portuguese (Brazil) (Português )

Timezone: Europe/Rome (GMT+02:00)

Hi,

the translation is completed successfully. If you check the .xliff you copied, you can see that there are texts in both languages. This means that the translation was completed and it's on your site.

The problem should be in how is displayed on the site, and that's an area where 3rd party plugin could interfere.

xmlrpc is needed to automatically retrieve files from Translation Services. If it's disabled or blocked, you'd need to retrieve translations manually, but it's not impacting on WPML's functioning.

Otherwise, it could be a caching issue, in that case we should test the problem on a different server. I could take a copy of the site, if that's ok for you.

May 27, 2020 at 2:25 pm #6230231

barrettL

Thanks for the information Laura.

We spoke with the translation provider. They provided the XLIFF out of their tool and it has the translated content. It appears WPML marked the translation as complete but did not apply the updated XLIFF content. Could that happen and how? How can we got about getting to the root of the problem?

Here is the XLIFF out of their tool that was submitted to WPML for the post.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="no"?>
<xliff xmlns="urn:oasis:names:tc:xliff:document:1.2" version="1.2">
  <file original="1105-cf062236da615204ac36402f06bdda36" source-language="en-US" target-language="fr-CA" datatype="plaintext">
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        <phase phase-name="post_type" process-name="Post type">
          <note>post_post</note>
        </phase>
      </phase-group>
      <reference>
        <external-file href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>"/>
      </reference>
    </header>
    <body>
      <trans-unit resname="field-title-0" restype="string" datatype="html" id="field-title-0">
        <source><![CDATA[VP, Information Governance Solutions]]></source>
        <target><![CDATA[Vice-président, Solutions de gouvernance des informations]]></target>
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      <trans-unit resname="field-_yoast_wpseo_metadesc-0" restype="string" datatype="html" id="field-_yoast_wpseo_metadesc-0">
        <source><![CDATA[It is quite surprising that we're still talking about the permissibility of electronic signatures —most of us live in a highly digital world.]]></source>
        <target><![CDATA[Il est très étonnant que nous parlions encore de l'autorisation des signatures électroniques; la plupart d'entre nous vivent dans un monde accordant une place très importante aux technologies numériques.]]></target>
      </trans-unit>
      <trans-unit resname="field-_yoast_wpseo_focuskw-0" restype="string" datatype="html" id="field-_yoast_wpseo_focuskw-0">
        <source><![CDATA[electronic signatures]]></source>
        <target><![CDATA[Signatures électroniques]]></target>
      </trans-unit>
      <trans-unit resname="field-name-0" restype="string" datatype="html" id="field-name-0">
        <source><![CDATA[John Kain]]></source>
        <target><![CDATA[John Kain]]></target>
      </trans-unit>
      <trans-unit resname="title" restype="string" datatype="html" id="title">
        <source><![CDATA[Electronic Signatures and Records: Permissible or Not?]]></source>
        <target><![CDATA[Signatures et dossiers électroniques Permis ou non?]]></target>
      </trans-unit>
      <trans-unit resname="body" restype="string" datatype="html" id="body">
        <source><![CDATA[It is quite surprising that we're still talking about the permissibility of electronic signatures — most of us live in a highly digital world (especially recently) and, in many instances, rarely touch a piece of paper, with the exception of snail mail, for months on end. However, even though we've been hearing about the complete demise of paper records for decades, they still persist.
<h2>Laws Governing Electronic Signatures and Records</h2>
The legality of electronic records and signatures in the U.S. and Canada is based on four federal model laws. In the U.S. we have:
<ul>
 	<li><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">ESIGN</a>: the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act</li>
 	<li><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">UETA</a>: the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act.</li>
</ul>
Canada mirrors the U.S. with:
<ul>
 	<li><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">PIPEDA</a>: the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Document Act</li>
 	<li><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">UECA</a>: the Uniform Electronic Commerce Act.</li>
</ul>
Most other countries have enacted similar if not identical model laws. In both Canada and the U.S., all states, provinces and territories may comply with these model laws by either adopting them in full or in part or enacting their own similar legislation. All of these model laws are technology neutral—that is, they do not prescribe particular technologies for creating or maintaining electronic records. The laws recognize that technology changes over time, making it virtually impossible to predict what developments the future holds.
<h2>Exceptions to the Law</h2>
Each of these federal acts lists a number of exceptions to electronic record and signature permissibility: wills and codicils and many family law documents, for instance, as well as a variety of safety-oriented records such as product recall notices, utilities shutoff notices and the like. But the important thing to note regarding these federal model laws is that they give wide latitude to the states, provinces and territories to create and list their own exceptions to the permissibility rules. For a number of states and provinces, the list grows considerably. California, for example, adds many additional exceptions to the federal statute.

Numerous exceptions on the state, provincial or territorial level are industry specific, so be careful to find all the exceptions within your industry's acts and regulations. Depending upon your particular industry, there may be few if any additional exceptions—or quite a number of them. As a general rule of thumb, the more heavily regulated an industry is, the greater the chance that exceptions have been added.
<h2>How to Identify Exceptions</h2>
Still, the default assumption should be that most records can be kept, and most signatures executed, electronically. For guidance look to your jurisdictional authorities on the state, provincial and territorial level under electronic records and signatures acts and regulations. These will provide initial guidance to any exceptions that exist, whether the authority has adopted the federal model in full or in part or created its own specific regulations. You'll get a good head start on identifying exceptions.

But remember that, again depending on your industry, there could be more electronic records and signature permissibility exceptions buried in the various industry acts and regulations. So always keep your <a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">legal research hats</a> on and be ready to do some detective work.
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><em>For more on how to respond to regulatory challenges in a rapidly changing world, check out this webinar:
</em><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>??utm_medium=blog&utm_source=website&utm_campaign=HC-2020-04-WBN-privacy_impact_assessments" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Privacy Impact Assessments - Why You Need Them, What You Need to Know</a></strong></p>]]></source>
        <target><![CDATA[Il est très étonnant que nous parlions encore de l'autorisation des signatures électroniques. La plupart d'entre nous vivent dans un monde hautement numérique (surtout ces derniers temps) et, dans bien des cas, nous touchons rarement à un bout de papier, à l'exception du courrier ordinaire, pendant des mois d'affilée. Cependant, malgré le fait que l'on entende parler de l'élimination complète de dossiers papier depuis des décennies, ces documents persistent encore.
<h2>Lois régissant les signatures et les dossiers électroniques</h2>
Le caractère légal des dossiers et des signatures électroniques s'appuient, aux États-Unis et au Canada, sur quatre lois fédérales types. Les États-Unis appliquent les lois suivantes :
<ul>
 	<li><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">ESIGN</a> : Les signatures électroniques dans le cadre de la Global and National Commerce Act (Loi sur le commerce mondial et national)</li>
 	<li><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">UETA</a> : La Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (Loi uniforme sur les transactions électroniques)</li>
</ul>
Le Canada applique des lois semblables à celles des États-Unis :
<ul>
 	<li><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">LPRPDE</a> : La Loi sur la protection des renseignements personnels et les documents électroniques </li>
 	<li><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">LUCE</a> : La Loi uniforme sur le commerce électronique</li>
</ul>
La plupart des autres pays ont adopté des lois types similaires, sinon identiques. Tous les États des États-Unis et toutes les provinces du Canada, incluant les territoires, respectent ces lois types en les adoptant en tout ou en partie ou en adoptant une législation semblable. Toutes ces lois types sont neutres sur le plan technologique, c'est-à-dire qu'elles ne prescrivent pas de technologies particulières pour créer ou tenir à jour les dossiers électroniques. Les lois reconnaissent que les technologies évoluent au fil du temps; il est donc pratiquement impossible de prédire les développements futurs.
<h2>Exemptions à la loi</h2>
Chacune de ces lois fédérales comporte des exemptions en matière d'autorisation de signatures et de documents électroniques, notamment les testaments et les codicilles, ainsi que de nombreux documents sur le droit familial. À ces documents s'ajoutent les dossiers sur la sécurité, comme les avis de rappel de produits, les avis de fermeture d'installations, etc. Toutefois, la chose importante à retenir concernant ces lois fédérales types est qu'elles accordent beaucoup de latitude aux États, aux provinces et aux territoires en leur permettant de créer et d'établir leurs propres exemptions aux règlements sur les autorisations. La liste s'allonge considérablement pour certains États et certaines provinces. La Californie, par exemple, a ajouté un grand nombre d'exemptions à la loi fédérale.

De nombreuses exemptions appliquées aux échelles étatique, provinciale et territoriale sont spécifiques à certains secteurs. Veuillez donc y prêter attention en vous reportant à toutes les exemptions intégrées aux lois et règlements de votre secteur. En fonction de votre secteur d'activité, il peut y avoir un grand nombre ou un nombre négligeable d'exceptions supplémentaires, ou n'y avoir aucune exception. En règle générale, plus un secteur est réglementé, plus il comporte d'exemptions.
<h2>Comment identifier les exemptions</h2>
Il demeure qu'on devrait toujours tenir pour acquis que la plupart des dossiers peuvent être conservés et signés sous format électronique. Pour connaître les directives, veuillez vous adresser aux autorités de votre État, province ou territoire responsables des lois et règlements en matière de dossiers et de signatures électroniques. Ces autorités vous feront part des directives générales sur toutes les exemptions en vigueur, que l'autorité en question ait adopté les lois types fédérales en tout ou en partie ou établi ses propres règlements. Vous aurez ainsi une bonne longueur d'avance sur l'identification des exceptions.

Mais n'oubliez pas que, encore une fois, en fonction de votre secteur d'activité, il pourrait y avoir des exemptions additionnelles enfouies dans les diverses lois et règlements quant à l'autorisation des dossiers et des signatures électroniques. Par conséquent, veillez toujours à ce que vous soyez prêt à vous <a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">lancer dans des recherches juridiques</a> comme un détective.
<p style="text-align: center;"><strong><em>Pour en savoir plus sur les défis à caractère réglementaire dans un monde en constante évolution, regardez le webinaire suivant :
</em><a href="<em><u>hidden link</u></em>??utm_medium=blog&utm_source=website&utm_campaign=HC-2020-04-WBN-privacy_impact_assessments" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Évaluation des répercussions sur la confidentialité : raisons de leur nécessité, ce que vous devez savoir</a></strong></p>]]></target>
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May 28, 2020 at 7:37 am #6236429

Laura
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Hi,

yes, as I had already told you, the translation has been completed and delivered. The problem isn't with the Translation Provider.

This is what happens when you use a Translation provider:
1. WPML send content
2. Translation provider receives content
3. Translation provider send translated content
4. WPML receives content
5. WPML displays content

The problem here is at point 5. It might be due to some kind of caching or a 3rd party issue.

Please try a compatibility test:
- backup your site
- disable all plugin except WPML and its addons
- switch to a default theme like TwentySeventeen
- check if the issue is happening again
- if it's not, reactivate your plugins one by one, checking every time if the issue shows up again
- lastly, reactivate your theme

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