The changes from the patch applied are not seem, even for languages that already have them (the english email templates, for example).
One example message is: Prezado(a) NAME:
Foi tomada uma decisão sobre o artigo submetido à JOURNAL, “TITLE”.
A decisão é:
“Prezado(a)” is not on the emailTemplate, i wonder if i’m getting the emails from another file.
But the main thing here is that the decision “A decisão é:” is never displayed, even with en_US “Our decision is:”.
I’ve tried clearing the cache and template cache from the portal administrator menu but nothing worked.
The email templates are installed from the XML files only when the journal is first created; after that the templates live in the database. You can either re-install the locale – if you’ve customized your emails this may be a bad idea – or use the create/edit tools under Journal Management > Prepared Emails to make the changes in the database for those templates.
Public Knowledge Project Team
Unfortunately i don’t believe this would be very practical since we have 12 journals.
Would an upgrade, using the “full package” method, trigger this templates updates? I mean if the $ php tools/upgrade.php upgrade command documented would do the job of updating such things. If yes, that would be just a case of upgrading our installation.
The email templates will be installed by the upgrade.php process, if described in the upgrade.xml:
This doesn’t solve the problem of re-installing missed templates. For example, an upgrade from 2.4.8 to 2.4.9 wouldn’t reinstall REVIEW_REQUEST_REMIND_AUTO_ONECLICK with the above code.
One small clarification on the flow:
The email templates move from the XML files to the email_templates_default and email_templates_default_data at install/upgrade, and can be customized in email_templates and email_templates_data.