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Baranov
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Registered: ‎06-06-2013
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language pack as service manager

Good day!

In the service manager trying to install Russik language.
In the "Language" tick "asset for logins."
After that, when you connect the opportunity to choose Russian language. But selecting it, nothing remains the same. Language is still English.

How to change the language?

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Luis_Alfaro
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Registered: ‎07-26-2011
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Re: language pack as service manager

Hi,

 

The language pack should be installed directly to the SM application server. After that, the dropdown list for the languages should display the new language. If you select Russian and even that all options remains in English you have to check the collation of your SM DB to confirm that it supports this kind of chars.

 

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Luis Alfaro
SM Support Engineer
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Baranov
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Re: language pack as service manager

And whether such vareant that the drop-down list, I have the Russian language, and of the language pack is not installed?
I did not install any language packs.

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John Stagaman
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Re: language pack as service manager

When installing the Windows Client, you are presented with a language option. But this only affects the installed client and no internally defined elements in Service Manager (the navigator, forms, etc.)

 

You must install a language pack for any language other than English.

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Baranov
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Re: language pack as service manager

Thank you. Reshin problem. Install the language packs and everything became Russian =)

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