A plugin for the Salesforce CLI built by Mikkel Flindt Heisterberg to allow you to update the localization values on the created users object. This allows you to set the user interface language, the locale of the user (date/time formats) and the timezone of the user from the command line.
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sfdx-l18n-plugin

A plugin for the Salesforce CLI built by Mikkel Flindt Heisterberg to allow you to update the localization values on the created users object. This allows you to set the user interface language, the locale of the user (date/time formats) and the timezone of the user from the command line.

Setup

Install from source

  1. Install the SDFX CLI.
  2. Clone the repository: git clone git@github.com:lekkimworld/sfdx-l18n-plugin.git
  3. Link the plugin: sfdx plugins:link .

Install as plugin

  1. Install plugin: sfdx plugins:install sfdx-l18n-plugin

Example Usage

Below example will use the plugin to change the user language for from default language to English. Same approach can be used to set the locale and timezone.

Create project $ sfdx force:project:create -n foo target dir = /Users/mheisterberg/m create foo/sfdx-project.json create foo/README.md create foo/config/project-scratch-def.json

Enter project $ cd foo

Create a new scratch org - by default created with users locale - Danish in my case $ sfdx force:org:create -s -a org1 -f config/project-scratch-def.json Successfully created scratch org: 00D7E0000000sWFUAY, username: test-a2ngdpsb8cvs@mheisterberg_company.net

List SFDX commands $ sfdx --help Usage: sfdx COMMAND

Help topics, type sfdx help TOPIC for more details:

force tools for the Salesforce developer l18n Various commands for user localization (l18n) plugins manage plugins update update CLI

List languages in scratch org� $ sfdx l18n:list:languages -u test-a2ngdpsb8cvs@mheisterberg_company.net Engelsk = en_US Tysk = de Spansk = es Fransk = fr Italiensk = it Japansk = ja Svensk = sv Koreansk = ko Kinesisk (traditionel) = zh_TW Kinesisk (forenklet) = zh_CN Portugisisk (Brasilien) = pt_BR Hollandsk = nl_NL Dansk = da Thailandsk = th Finsk = fi Russisk = ru Spansk (Mexico) = es_MX Norsk = no

Get the current config for the user (shows language is set to Danish) $ sfdx l18n:user:get -u test-a2ngdpsb8cvs@mheisterberg_company.net Locale: da_DK Language: da Timezone: Europe/Paris

Set language to English $ sfdx l18n:user:set -u test-a2ngdpsb8cvs@mheisterberg_company.net --language en_US Success

Get the new config for the user (shows language is now English) $ sfdx l18n:user:get -u test-a2ngdpsb8cvs@mheisterberg_company.net Locale: da_DK Language: en_US Timezone: Europe/Paris

Open the scratch org (will open in English) $ sfdx force:org:open (org opens in English)

JSON output supported sfdx l18n:user:get -u test-a2ngdpsb8cvs@mheisterberg_company.net --json {"language":"da","locale":"da_DK","timezone":"Europe/Paris"}