CRM_EMAIL119 - The log-on language (&2) differs from &1: the language of template &3

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SAP Error Message - Details

  • Message type: E = Error

  • Message class: CRM_EMAIL - Messages for Internet Marketing: E-mail

  • Message number: 119

  • Message text: The log-on language (&2) differs from &1: the language of template &3

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  • What causes this issue?

    The original language of mail template <(>&<)>V3& is <(>&<)>V1<(>&<)>.
    However, you are trying to create a mail form in <(>&<)>V2&.

    System Response

    Since the original language of the mail template differs from the
    language in which you are logged on, only those texts will be
    transferred from the template which exist in the log-on language.

    Procedure for System Administrators

    The system issues an error message and will not allow you to continue with this transaction until the error is resolved.

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  • What is the cause and solution for SAP error message CRM_EMAIL119 - The log-on language (&2) differs from &1: the language of template &3?

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