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We have a customer where a lookup on the Account is related to Payment terms(entity). On the Payment terms, we have the fields: name, language and ERP and code. So for each new language, there has been added new names of the payment terms for e.g 30 days net (eng), german tage netto. So right now there is 700 payment terms record, most of them the same but different languages.
To my point, Is this really a smooth way of doing this? How would you approach this? Could an option-set be a thing? Payment terms have an integration with the ERP.
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Option set could work, because they allow for translations for the text values. The language shown depends on the interface language selected by the user. But this might not be desirable if users want to see the user interface face in English regardless of the language for Payment.
I think the answer depends on who needs to see the text in the relevant language.
Also on your Payment entity, you say you have four fields. Of course with the option set, you'll only have one value - so you'll perhaps need to bring the other three fields onto the account entity.
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