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I want to develop a multilingual site with support for which I followed this site. But after doing the initial steps I am not getting the translation management.

I downloaded the Hindi translation package, internationalization, locale modules have been installed. Unable to install the internationalization views as it's not compatible with Drupal 7.x

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Translation management is also not supported

So how can I translate my site to any other language?

I'm using Drupal v7.34.

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    Why are you installing a drupal 6 module on a drupal 7 site? Also with i18n and i10n should wokr just fine a multilengual site. Just add your language under admin/config/regional/language and then update admin/config/regional/language/update. i10n should do it automatic – Gianni Di Falco Jan 23 '15 at 12:35
  • @GianniDiFalco it was just to try whether the Translation management module would work or not.(wanted the option for the visitor to choose the language so chooosed the management do you have any other module) – user285oo6 Jan 23 '15 at 15:03
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Excerpt from the Translation Management project page:

... provides complete workflow management for multilingual Drupal sites.

Content managers can manage all translations from one central page. The module shows which contents need translation and notifies translators about what they need to do.

Be aware however that this is a D6-only module, not at all suited for a D7 site.

For D7 there are basically 2 alternatives available:

... provides a table listing the site's nodes and showing what's been translated into each language. It also lets you assign priorities for translating nodes into the various languages.

  • Translation Management Tool, considered as the successor of the previous module, and "the" module to move forward with in D8 also. From its project page:

... provides a tool set for translating content from different sources. The translation can be done by people or translation services of all kinds. It builds on and uses existing language tools and data structures in Drupal and can be used in automated workflow scenarios.

This module does not make i18n or any other language module for Drupal obsolete. It does only facilitate the translation process.

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