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11g Release 1 (11.1.2.0.0)

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Globalization Support

Oracle SES provides localization support for source documents, metadata translation, and user queries. You can specify this information in the configuration of administration objects.

Product Languages

Oracle SES user interface components are translated into the languages listed in Table 2-2. The locale of the Oracle SES host system sets the default language for error messages, as well as the Administration GUI and the Search Application. In the Web services interface, you can set the language for error messages in individual operations.

Table 2-2 Product Languages

Language Code

Chinese, Simplified

zh_CN

Chinese, Traditional

zh_TW

English

en

French

fr

German

de

Italian

it

Japanese

ja

Korean

ko

Portuguese, Brazilian

pt_BR

Spanish

es


Crawlable Documents

For Oracle SES to crawl and index source documents, they must be stored in a supported language and character set.

Table 2-3 lists the codes for languages supported by the crawler.

Table 2-3 Crawlable Languages

Language Code

Arabic

ar

Chinese

zh

Czech

cs

Danish

da

Dutch

nl

English

en

Finnish

fi

French

fr

German

de

Greek

el

Hebrew

he

Hungarian

hu

Italian

it

Japanese

ja

Korean

ko

Norwegian

no

Polish

pl

Portuguese

pt

Romanian

ro

Russian

ru

Slovak

sk

Spanish

es

Swedish

sv

Turkish

tr


Table 2-4 lists the codes for character sets supported by the crawler.

Table 2-4 Crawlable Character Sets

Character Set Code

Standard UTF-8

UTF8

16-Bit UCS Transformation Format

UTF-16

Big 5 Traditional Chinese

Big5

CNS 11643 Traditional Chinese

CNS11643

GB 18030 Simplified Chinese

GB18030

GB2312-80 Simplified Chinese

GB2312

GBK Simplified Chinese

GBK

ISO Latin/Arabic

8859-6

ISO Latin/Cyrillic

8859-5

ISO Latin/Greek

8859-7

ISO Latin/Hebrew

8859-8

ISO Latin-1

8859-1

ISO Latin-2

8859-2

ISO Latin-3

8859-3

ISO Latin-4

8859-4

ISO Latin-5

8859-9

Japanese (Auto-Detect)

JISAutoDetect

Japanese (EUC)

EUC_JP

Japanese (JIS)

JIS

Japanese (Shift-JIS)

SJIS

KSC5601 Korean

KSC5601

Macintosh Arabic

MacArabic

Macintosh Croatian

MacCroatian

Macintosh Cyrillic

MacCyrillic

Macintosh Dingbat

MacDingbat

Macintosh Greek

MacGreek

Macintosh Hebrew

MacHebrew

Macintosh Iceland

MacIceland

Macintosh Latin-2

MacCentralEurope

Macintosh Roman

MacRoman

Macintosh Romania

MacRomania

Macintosh Symbol

MacSymbol

Macintosh Thai

MacThai

Macintosh Turkish

MacTurkish

Macintosh Ukraine

MacUkraine

PC Arabic

Cp864

PC Baltic

Cp775

PC Canadian French

Cp863

PC Cyrillic

Cp855

PC Greek

Cp737

PC Hebrew

Cp862

PC Icelandic

Cp861

PC Latin-1

Cp850

PC Latin-2

Cp852

PC Modern Greek

Cp869

PC Nordic

Cp865

PC Original

Cp437

PC Portuguese

Cp860

PC Russian

Cp866

PC Turkish

Cp857

Windows Arabic

Cp1256

Windows Baltic

Cp1257

Windows Cyrillic

Cp1251

Windows Eastern Europe/Latin-2

Cp1250

Windows Greek

Cp1253

Windows Hebrew

Cp1255

Windows Japanese

MS932

Windows Thai

Cp874

Windows Turkish

Cp1254

Windows Vietnamese

Cp1258

Windows Western Europe/Latin-1

Cp1252


Providing Translations of Object Names

The names of some administration objects are displayed to users in the Search interface, such as source, sourceGroup, and clusterTree. You can provide a display name in one or more languages by using the <search:translations> element, as shown here:

<search:name>
   <search:translations>
      <search:translation>
         <search:translatedValue>

Element Descriptions 

<search:name>

Name of the administration object.

<search:translations>

Contains one or more <search:translation> elements.

<search:translation>

Contains a <search:translatedValue> element.

Attribute Value
language A code identifying the language of the translated value. The codes are not case sensitive. See Table 2-5, "Query Language Codes".

<search:translatedValue>

Contains a description of the object in the translation language. This value is displayed in the Search Application.

Table 2-5 Query Language Codes

Language Code

Arabic

ar

Catalan

ca

Chinese, Simplified

zh_CN

Chinese, Traditional

zh_TW

Czech

cs

Danish

da

Dutch

nl

English

en

Finnish

fi

French

fr

German

de

Greek

el

Hebrew

iw

Hungarian

hu

Italian

it

Japanese

ja

Korean

ko

Norwegian

no

Polish

pl

Portuguese

pt

Portuguese, Brazilian

pt_BR

Romanian

ro

Russian

ru

Slovak

sk

Spanish

es

Swedish

sv

Thai

th

Turkish

tr