IIS Plug-in - Incorrect DBCS Translations
|Date:||10 August 2007|
|Product/Release:||LANSA for the Web V10.0 & V11.3|
|Abstract:||DBCS translations may be incorrect with IIS Plug-in|
|Submitted By:||LANSA Technical Support|
|Last Review:||December 2010|
When using the IIS Plug-in and DBCS (Double Byte Character Set) languages, the translation of DBCS characters may appear incorrectly on the Web browsers.
Note:If your DBCS language is not listed here, please contact your local LANSA distributor for the necessary translation table.
- Download the appropriate translation table file listed under the section Translation Tables.
- Install this translation table file (e.g., WPI_tchi) to the same directory to which the IIS Plug-in and WPI_Cp037 files are installed.
- In the Web Administrator, change the code page setting to this
translation table name (e.g., WPI_tchi) without the .dat extension.
- WPI_schi.dat - Simplified Chinese (GB2312-80 encoding)
- WPI_schx.dat - Simplified Chinese (GBK encoding)
- WPI_tchi.dat - Traditional Chinese (Big5 encoding)
- WPI_jpn5026.dat - Japanese (5026 codepage, replaces WPI_jpn.dat)
- WPI_jpn5035.dat - Japanese (5035 codepage)
- WPI_kor.dat - Korean
Note: This DBCS translation issue will be resolved with the next release of LANSA for the Web.