|Acrolinx Server||4.1 and 4.2|
If you have customized the layout of the term edit page, the layout appears to be disrupted when you restore a terminology database backup. You usually restore a terminology database backup when you move or upgrade your Acrolinx installation. The normal procedure is to move the configuration file that stores your layout settings to the new Acrolinx installation. After this step, you restore the terminology database backup which you took from the previous installation.
However, after you start your server, your customized fields appear in the correct locations on the term edit page, but the fields are all empty.
This issue is caused by a mismatch in the way that Acrolinx identifies fields in the layout configuration file and the terminology database backup.
Resolving the Problem
To resolve the problem, update your term edit layout again.
Open the "Term Layout page, and drag each of your fields from the "Page Layout" section to the "Layout Components" section and then back again.
Drag the "Language" field from the "Page Layout" section into the "Layout Components"
If you had the configured the "Language" field to appear on the "Linguistic Information" tab, the field will now disappear from the tab.
In the "Layout Components" section, expand the "System Fields" category and
drag the "Language" field back on to the "Page layout" section and into the
"Linguistic Information" tab.
If you open the "Term Edit page, the language field should now contain a value.