Configuring Locale for Language Packs - trillium_discovery - 17.2

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When you install a language pack, you must set the REST API locale parameter in the TSS server config.txt file. Specifying the REST API locale ensures that the proper country locale is configured for applications that use the Trillium REST API, including Discovery Center and Administration Center.

Run this procedure after you install a TSS language pack in your environment.

To configure language pack locale

  1. Stop the Trillium scheduler and Rest APIs services.
  2. Open the config.txt file on your server system. The file is in the etc directory in your TSS server installation location. For example, on Windows this default location is: C:\Program Files\Trillium Software\MBSW\17\etc
  3. Locate and edit the rest_api parameter for your language. The following languages and values are supported:
    • English = en (default)
    • Brazilian Portuguese = pt_BR
    • Chinese, Mainland = zh_CN
    • Chinese, Taiwan = zh_TW
    • French = fr
    • German = de
    • Italian = it
    • Japanese = ja
    • Korean = ko
    • Spanish = es
    Note: You may need to add the key/value pair in the file if not already there.

    For example, to set the locale to display strings in Taiwan Chinese, add or edit the settings as follows:

    key rest_api { 
    value locale "zh_TW" 
    }

    When the locale setting has not been set or has not been added to the config.txt file, the locale defaults to English.

  4. Save and close the file.
  5. Restart the scheduler and Rest APIs services.
    Note: You may also need to configure the locale environment variable (TSSLOCALE) to use the Control Center and Repository Manager in your language. See the Trillium Control Center Help for more information.