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E1: LANG: Information and Troubleshooting EnterpriseOne Double Byte Language Installs (Doc ID 626183.1)

Last updated on JULY 25, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This knowledge document is designed to direct you through understanding the process and also troubleshooting known issues found during an EnterpriseOne Double Byte Language Implementation. In addition, refer to these documents for further information on others Language Install, frequently asked questions and troubleshooting:




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In this Document
 EnterpriseOne Double Byte Implementation (Formerly J. D. Edwards OneWorld Double Byte Implementation)
 Table of Contents
 1. NLS Terminology
 Double Byte code pages
 2. Microsoft Windows codepages and SQL codepages
 Windows Locale (Codepage setting)
 Windows 95/98
 Windows NT4.0 variants (Including TSE server)
 3. Double Byte Database Codepages
 4. Windows and UNIX Considerations for Double Byte Setup
 5. AS/400 iSeries Considerations for Double Byte Setup
  LocalCodeSet value for Double-byte languages
 CCSID of QSECOFR (Simplified Chinese and Korean Only)
 Correct CCSID values for tables on AS/400 iSeries
 Installing EnterpriseOne on the Workstations
 AS/400 iSeries Package Build Considerations
 Appendix 1: How to Setup Windows 2000 System Locale (codepage) Settings
 Appendix 2: How to Setup NLS_LANG Variables for Oracle Clients
 Troubleshooting Double Byte Language Installs
 Scenario 1 - Processing Option (PO text) did not appear for Double Byte Characters
 Scenario 2 - Double-Byte Known Issues on EnterpriseOne 8.9, 8.10 and 8.11 application release levels
 Scenario 3 - Double-byte character appear as square in grid column heading
 Scenario 4 - Tools Tips Text in Solution Explorer Show Junk Characters - Double Byte Languages
 Scenario 5 - Display "???????" In The Message Box When Session Timeout  - Error when user's browser language preference is set to a Double Byte language
 Other references to known issues and information related to Double Byte language installs

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