The eCom import only recognizes English column titles. In order for Lightspeed eCom to automatically map each column to a field, do not translate the column name. For example, a Dutch user's import file must contain XX_Title_Short English, even though he has a Dutch interface.

To import translations for multiple languages, you must first add them to the eCom Back Office. You can add languages ​​in the eCom Back Office > Settings > Internationalization.

Example 1

In each section of this article, you'll find column titles that contain XX, like this: XX_Title_Short. Here the abbreviation XX stands for the language abbreviation. Use this language table to add the correct abbreviation for your translated columns when creating your import file.

These product columns support multiple translations using language codes.

  • Title

  • Full title

  • Description

  • content

  • URL

  • Variant title

  • Category titles

  • Meta title

  • Meta description

  • Meta keywords

Example 2

An export with a title in English (UK) will have EN_ written before Title_Short to indicate its language, such as: EN_Title_Short. Also a Dutch title: NL_Title_Short.

Language table

Language

How the language is displayed in eCom

How the language is abbreviated in the export

01

X-taal

XX

02

Dutch

Nederlands

NL

03

German

Deutsch

DE

04

English (UK)

English

EN

05

French (FR)

Français

FR

06

Spanish

Español

EN

07

Italian

Italiano

IT

08

Danish

Dansk

DA

09

English (US)

English (US)

US

10

French (CA)

Français (CA)

FC

11

Norwegian

Norsk

NO

12

Polish

Polski

PL

13

Portuguese

Português

PT

14

Russian

Pусский

RU

15

Swedish

Svenska

SV

16

Turkish

Türkçe

TR

17

Greek

ελληνικά

EL

18

Bulgarian

Български

BG

Set languages for import

Configure languages before importing by logging into your eCom Back Office and clicking Settings > Internationalization.

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