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Office Business Application for 2021

Platform
OnBase
Product
Office Business Application for 2021
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Premier
Standard
Essential

If you want to change the language and culture settings of the modules installed, you must edit the corresponding *.exe.config or *.dll.config file in the installation location of the module. If these settings are not changed, the default operating system language and culture settings are used for the module.

Note:

Template Builder always uses the default operating system language and culture settings.

To change the language and culture settings:

  1. Locate the installation location of the module and open the corresponding *.exe.config or *.dll.config file in a plain-text editor, such as Notepad. Do not use a binary-text editor, such as Word, to edit this file.
  2. Locate the <Hyland.Canvas> node.
  3. Remove the comment tags (<!-- and -->) from the <DisplayLanguage> node to enable it and display the module in a language different from the default operating system language. If this node remains commented, the default operating system language is used for the module.
  4. Replace the value of the <DisplayLanguage> node with the language name of the language you want the module displayed in, such as de-DE for German or fr-FR for French (for more information on language names, see the article on Language Strings available from Microsoft Support). The default value of this node is en-US.
  5. Remove the comment tags (<!-- and -->) from the <Culture> node to enable it and override the default Windows locale settings. If this node remains commented, the module displays dates, times, currencies, and numeric values using the default Windows locale settings configured in the Windows Regional and Language Options.
  6. Replace the value of the <Culture> node with the culture name of the culture you want the module to use, such as de-DE for German or fr-FR for French. For a complete list of supported cultures, see the Web Server documentation. The default value of this node is en-US.
  7. Save and close the file.