I am searching for the right document to implement localized fields for Ireland. English in Ireland or Irish in Ireland, or both if it differs.

We got this documentation from salesforce, which links to this site (Last updated 2017) -> Which does not help at all.

From earlier stages of Development I know some of the right localization IDs, because i asked Einstein Developers, but their answers do not correspond to the table at all.

Correct ones for ProductName:

  • locale_de-DE_ProductName, German in Germany
  • locale_it-IT_ProductName, Italian in Italy
  • locale_nl-NL_ProductName, Dutch in Netherlands
  • locale_fr-FR_ProductName, French in France
  • locale_en-GB_ProductName, English in Great Britain
  • locale_da-DA_ProductName, Danish in Denmark
  • more from Europe...

What do i have to set for irish in Irland?

  • locale_en-IE_ProductName?
  • locale_ga-IE_ProductName?
  • locale_ga-GE_ProductName?

Is there a correct table somewhere for all language and country combinations?

Thanks for your help

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    I think it would ga-GE, but not sure. This article about new localization formats seems to indicate this, but doesn't specifically mention anything in reference to or as a limitation with Einstein. Also, looks like these format might not be available for all the orgs created before Winter'20.
    – arut
    Dec 17, 2020 at 9:18
  • The language support for the Salesforce Platform generically is documented here. Of course, that may not be relevant for Einstein since it may not have been unified. This shows en_IE for English (Ireland) and "ga" for Irish.
    – Phil W
    Dec 17, 2020 at 9:30
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    It can be any five digit locale you want as long as it matches in the catalog and the rec call
    – EazyE
    Dec 17, 2020 at 12:58
  • I thought so EazyE, but the salesforce engagement team once told me, that i have to use specific column names. I guess they were unsure themselves... wish i had had better solution architects at the beginning. Where were you at that time @Lukas Lunow :D Dec 17, 2020 at 13:11

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Seems like solved, because it seems to behave like EazyE comment suggests.

  • Could you include that comment in your answer here? Ya know, just in case.
    – Derek F
    Dec 17, 2020 at 15:26

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