Customizing text elements in the Transaction Approval module

Customizing texts of the Transaction Approval module is done in *.properties files.

  • The following languages are already included with each IAM installation and upgrade:
  • German
  • English
  • French
  • Italian

Step 1 – Create new property files

We recommend creating empty property file(s) to prepare for text changes.

With Airlock IAM 8.0 and later, ISO/IEC 8859-1 (aka Latin-1) encoding for *.properties files is no longer supported. Property files must be UTF-8 encoded.

  • For all installed IAM instances:
  • Create the files (and so on) in the directory ./instances/common/transaction-approval-texts/.
  • For a specific IAM instance:
  • Create the files (and so on) in the directory ./instances/common/transaction-approval-texts/.

Step 2 – Copy resource keys from the original language property files

After creating empty language property file(s), copy the required template texts from one of the original strings_*.properties files, e.g. from the file. Copy the resource keys (e.g. including the corresponding template text.

  1. In the IAM installation folder, go to:
  2. Use a text editor to open the corresponding language file, e.g. for English template texts.
  3. Find and copy the desired existing text via search, e.g. "Your security code: ${TOKEN}").
  4. Paste the copied line into the corresponding prepared empty string-property file (see Step 1.) and adapt the wording as required.
  5. Do not make changes to the original strings_*.properties file, i.e. do not make any changes to the original template files as these files will be overwritten without notice during updating and installation procedures. Only add those text elements to the newly created properties files, which should be customized, not all text elements.

  6. The changes are applied automatically after 30 seconds.

Adding a new language

New languages can be added by creating additional language property files.

  1. Add a new strings_*.properties with the 2-letter country code based on an existing properties file. The common way to add a new language is to copy and rename the for translation.
  2. Translate the resource keys in the new language properties file.
  3. Save the new properties file for specific or all IAM instances. See Step 1 for the storage path.
  4. Adding the new language in the Config Editor under Transaction Approval >> Language Settings in the list of Valid Languages.
    • Example:

      Language Settings with locales