How to translate violation messages in symfony?

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by orpha , in category: PHP Frameworks , 4 months ago

How to translate violation messages in symfony?

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by aubrey , 4 months ago

@orpha 

To translate violation messages in Symfony, you can follow these steps:

  1. Create a translations file: First, create a translations file for the language in which you want to translate the violation messages. You can do this by creating a new file in the translations directory of your Symfony project. The file should be named according to the ISO language code (e.g., messages.en.yaml for English translations).
  2. Add translations: In the translations file, add the translations for the violation messages. You can find the default violation messages in the vendor/symfony/validator/Resources/translations/validators.IDENTIFIER_CODE.(xml|yaml) files in your Symfony project. Copy the text of the violation messages you want to translate and paste them into your translations file, along with the translated text.
  3. Configure Symfony to use the translations: In your Symfony configuration files (e.g., config/packages/translation.yaml), make sure that the translation component is set up to use your translations file. You can do this by specifying the path to your translations file in the translator section of the configuration.
  4. Clear the cache: After making changes to your translations file, be sure to clear the Symfony cache so that the changes take effect. You can do this by running the following command in the terminal: php bin/console cache:clear.


By following these steps, you should be able to translate violation messages in Symfony and have them displayed in the desired language in your application.