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BenLeung
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Missing environment variable title while importing solution

While importing a solution from another environment, I encounter a weird issue that does not show the title of the environments.

I don't know how to fix it. Please help me.

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InesTeixeira
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Disclaimer: This is not a Microsoft supported solution but what worked in my case.

I developed the solution in an English based environment and wanted to import in a Portuguese one.

Start by exporting the solution as managed and unzip it.

Open the unziped solution and you’ll find a folder called “environmentvariabledefinitions” and inside are the folders with your environment variables.

Open the XML files inside of that folders.

InesTeixeira_0-1658326159096.png

 

Double the “label description” line, then change the description as you please and the language code according to the language that you want to add.

Do this to each environment variable file and save it.

InesTeixeira_1-1658326159097.png

 

Zip all the componentes and import in your destination environment.

 

Best Regards,

Inês Teixeira

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v-xiaochen-msft
Community Support
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Hi @BenLeung ,

 

This is weird. I did a test but It shows the display name.

vxiaochenmsft_0-1643617653528.png

 

I suggest you set the default value of your environment variables as a  workaround so that you don't need to set the values when you import the solution again.

Besides, I suggest you re-export the solution and import it again to check if it will be resolved.

If it doens't work , you could try the workaround above and open a support ticket to ask for help.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/get-help-support

 

Best Regards,

Wearsky

 

 

InesTeixeira
Regular Visitor

Disclaimer: This is not a Microsoft supported solution but what worked in my case.

I developed the solution in an English based environment and wanted to import in a Portuguese one.

Start by exporting the solution as managed and unzip it.

Open the unziped solution and you’ll find a folder called “environmentvariabledefinitions” and inside are the folders with your environment variables.

Open the XML files inside of that folders.

InesTeixeira_0-1658326159096.png

 

Double the “label description” line, then change the description as you please and the language code according to the language that you want to add.

Do this to each environment variable file and save it.

InesTeixeira_1-1658326159097.png

 

Zip all the componentes and import in your destination environment.

 

Best Regards,

Inês Teixeira

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