Planning for national language support

Start of changeZ and I Emulator for Web is provided in multiple languages. The session windows, configuration panels, help files, and the documentation have been translated. In addition, display, keyboard, and processing support are provided in Arabic, Hebrew, Thai, and Hindi. This support is fully explained in the online help.End of change

In Web Client, the UI globalization is reflected on the client side based on the preferred language and the default locale set by the administrator or the user locale set at the browser level; however, the properties set by the administrator takes precedence. If an unsupported locale is set as the browser default language at the client side, then the UI is displayed in English by default.

All the translated versions are provided in the download. When you install Z and I Emulator for Web on i/OS, OS/400, Windows, AIX, Linux, and Solaris using the graphical installation program, you can choose which languages to install. On z/OS, you can choose the language via console mode.

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National language support is operating-system dependent, so the appropriate font and keyboard support for the language you want to use must be installed in the operating system. For example, if you want to use Korean as the host-session language but do not have the Korean font and keyboard support installed, you may not be able to display the correct characters.
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DBCS cannot be used as the HTML file name.