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In a multi-lingual user environment, how does Caliber determine which language to use when sending e-mail notifications?

In a multi-lingual user environment, how does Caliber determine which language to use when sending e-mail notifications?

Problem:

In a multi-lingual user environment, how does Caliber determine which language to use when sending e-mail notifications?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2008 WW
  • Product Component: Server
  • Platform/OS Version: All


The language used in CaliberRM e-mail notifications is dependent upon the operating system (OS) that the CaliberRM Server is installed on. There are four language settings, based on these settings (in the specified order) Caliber loads the corresponding localized resource module.

If the registry settings are missing, then the OS locale language is selected, if everything else fails, then CaliberRM will default back to English.

  1. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Borland\CaliberRM\10.0\Language
  2. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Borland\CaliberRM\10.0\Language
  3. Default language of the locale configured for OS (on which CaliberRM Server is running)
  4. Default language of CaliberRM i.e., English

For e-mail notifications to take effect, these settings must be made on the CaliberRM Server.

When setting this information on the CaliberRM Server, you may like to avoid HKEY_CURRENT_USER and use HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key instead so that it is not dependant on a particular user to be logged in.


Old KB# 16493

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