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Configuring a Language Pack on the Siebel Server

You should always install all languages on each server in your Siebel Enterprise Server and configure them at the same time on each individual machine. Please review Installing Multiple Siebel Language Packs on the Siebel Server for instructions on installing and configuring multiple Siebel language packs.

However, if you are installing a new language at a later date on the same Siebel Enterprise Servers, you will only configure a subset of parameters as described in the following procedure.

To configure a secondary language pack

    The Select Primary Language screen appears.

  1. On the Select Primary Language screen, select the language that you want to use as the primary(base) language.
  2. NOTE:  This is the primary(base) language for your Siebel Enterprise Server. The language in which you want your Siebel Server to run and which you normally want to read messages.

    The Register External Oracle DB ODBC Driver screen appears.

  3. Select Register External Oracle DB ODBC Driver if you plan to deploy the Siebel Connector for Oracle Applications or the Siebel Connector for PeopleSoft, and then click Next.
  4. NOTE:  These connectors help to exchange data with your back-office system that store data in the Oracle Database.

    The Remote Search Server Hostname screen appears.

  5. On the Remote Search Server Hostname screen, type in the following values for the Remote Search Server host, and then click Next:
  6. Remote Server Hostname. Type the Remote Search Server host name.

    Remote Server Port Number. Type the port number on which the Search Server is configured to listen or accept the default.

  7. On the Network Port for the Synchronization Managers screen, type the network port on which you want Synchronization Manager to listen, and then click Next.
  8. The Siebel Server Name screen appears.

  9. On the Siebel Server Name screen, indicate the values for the following parameters and click Next:
  10. Siebel Server Name. Accept the default name, or specify another name for this Siebel Server.

    NOTE:  This Siebel Server name must be unique in this Siebel Enterprise Server and must contain no more than 12 characters.

    Siebel Server description. Provide a description for this Siebel Server; for example, Siebel 06 or accept the default.

    The Select the Languages for Object Manager Components screen appears.

  11. Select the language or languages for which you want to define language-specific Object Manager components, and then click Next.
  12. NOTE:  You must define an Object Manager component for each language in which you want the Siebel Web Client to run. Components will be created for each language you select through this screen.

    The Override Synchronization Manager Port screen appears.

  13. On the Override Synchronization Manager Port screen, indicate whether you want to override the Siebel Enterprise Server port for Synchronization Manager, which controls Siebel Remote.
  14. NOTE:  If you are installing and configuring multiple servers that will be running Synchronization Manager on a single machine, each requires a unique port number to run.

  15. On the Local Port for Synchronization Managers screen, type the local port with which to override the Siebel Enterprise Server port for Synchronization Manager, and then click Next.
  16. The Windows User Account screen appears.

  17. On the Windows User Account screen, identify your Windows User Account information to enable Windows to start service automatically, and then click Next.
  18. Windows User Account Name. Type the Windows User Account Name with domain name for the machine on which you are installing; for example, HQ\username.

    Windows User Account Password. Type your Windows User Account Password.

    Windows User Account Password. (confirm). Retype your password to confirm it.

  19. Specify whether or not you want the Siebel Server service to start automatically when you restart the Windows operating system, and then click Next:
  20. Specify whether you want the service to start now or want to defer service startup to a later time, and then click Next:
  21. Review these values for accuracy against the values in your copy of Deployment Planning Worksheets.
    1. If you need to correct any values, click Previous to back out through the configuration screens until you reach the location of the false value.
    2. When you have corrected the error, click Next until you reach the list on this screen again.
    3. When you are satisfied, click Finish.
    4. A progress bar appears, and when configuration activities are over, a message box appears with the text:

    The configuration changes were applied successfully.

  22. Click OK.
  23. If you did not configure the Siebel Server for automatic start, you must start it manually. See Starting the Siebel Server Services for Windows.
  24. However, if you are clustering this server, start it through the MS Cluster Administrator. See your Microsoft documentation on this topic.

    NOTE:  You may or may not be prompted to restart, based on the requirements of your operating system.

 Siebel Server Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows 
 Published: 25 June 2003