Date:  01/30/2019 08:19:16 AM Msg ID:  004974
From:  Art Bergquist Thread:  004972
Subject:  Re: FoxWeb error messages now in Spanish
Thanks for the referral to; I made another discovery.
The following message appears to be from FoxWeb:
There was an error during the interpretation of your request
Message:   Script "<name of an .FWx file that doesn't exist>.FWX" is invalid, non-existent, or has not been compiled
and is, correctly, in English.
The following message is evidently from VFP:
There was an error during the interpretation of your request
Error #:      11
Message:   El valor, tipo o número de argumentos no es válido para la función.
Program:   c:\users\public\documents\foxweb\scripts\inventory-system-customer-tracking.fxp
Line #:   299
Line:   = ALLTRIM(m.lcOrderNo)
Per, I checked out the following in VFP on the server in question:
For now, if I cannot figure out what the Spanish message is saying, I can run ERROR [Error #] from VFP to get the English version of the message.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 01/29/2019 10:51:29 AM:
Are you referring to VFP error messages? FoxWeb does not control this. I am not familiar with localization in VFP, but this page may help:
FoxWeb Support Team email
Sent by Art Bergquist on 01/26/2019 08:31:28 AM:
Hi, all.
I have set up FoxWeb for a different client; error messages were initially appearing in English but, within the last couple of days, the error messages now appear in Spanish.
The language for the server appears to be set to English.
BTW, within the FoxWeb Control Center, no Error Template is specified.
Where should I look to switch messages back to English?


Art Bergquist