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    Ameur Baccoucha
    How to use multi-language with the DA ?
    Topic posted April 29, 2019 by Ameur BaccouchaSilver Medal: 2,000+ Points 
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    Title:
    How to use multi-language with the DA ?
    Summary:
    i need to have some information about multi language support in ODA
    Content:

    hi there,

    I learned that the DA doesn't support multi- language, is that real?
    if yes, it will be there a release that support it? and when? is that soon?
    and what it is the other alternatives to develop a multi-skill multi-language DA? 
    Thank you 
    Ameur

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    • Grant Ronald

      Google on Oracle TechExchange language

      You can support bots in multiple languages using translation services if you wish.

      You could also develop the bot in non-English languages however there are some limitations as the NLP is specifically for English

      regards

      • Ameur Baccoucha

        Thank you Ronald,

        I have developed some Bot using multi-language, I know that it is possible what I am asking for is the multi language in DA not in the skill.

        If the DA will receive a message how to detect the language and translate it to English (using google API for example) and detect the skill to achieve the task?

        In the skill I used the dialog flow to detect the language, set the auto translate variable and so on. how to do this in the DA?
        Ameur

         

    • Grant Ronald

      So in 19.1.3 (current release) the DA only supports English - this is in the doc.  So if you want to expose a non-English bot you would have to expose the skill to the channel, not the DA.  We are working on supporting multi-language DA in the up and coming releases.

      regards

       

      • Ameur Baccoucha

        In this way my bot wil be a single skill not multi-skill with in a DA.

        thank you for your response, can i know when the coming release  wil be published approximately ?