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Creating Virtual Directories on the Web Server
This topic is part of Localizing an Unshipped Language.
For each new Application Object Manager component you create for an unshipped language you are localizing, as described in Creating Application Object Manager Components, you must create and configure a virtual directory on the Web server, such as Microsoft IIS on Windows platforms.
You can copy an existing virtual directory entry and adapt it for the new language (for example, changing enu to plk).
After you add the virtual directories, you update the eapps.cfg (or eapps_sia.cfg) file on the Siebel Web Server Extension (SWSE).
For more information about creating virtual directories and configuring the SWSE, see the Siebel Installation Guide for the operating system you are using.