Setting system language - BlueCat Integrity - 9.3.0

Address Manager Administration Guide

Product name
BlueCat Integrity

This section describes how to enable Japanese or Simplified Chinese language support in the Address Manager user interface. Once enabled, the Address Manager user interface will always be in Japanese or Simplified Chinese, but you can revert it to English any time from the login page.

Japanese and Simplified Chinese characters cannot be used in the following deployment objects:

  • DNS

    Views, Zones, Deployment options with text Fields, Resource Records, Kerberos Realms, Server host names, TSIGs, ACLs, Response Policy names, Policy items

  • DHCP

    Deployment options, including options with Text Fields, Raw Options, Vendor options, Match Class names, Custom options; MAC Pool names, Third-party zone names used in DHCP Zone Groups, Tag names used in Shared Networks

  • TFTP

    Folder/file names

These deployment objects only support ASCII characters and must all be in English (US) even if Japanese or Simplified Chinese is enabled as the system language.

To set the Address Manager system language:

  1. Log in to Address Manager as an administrator. For more information on default login credential for Address Manager, refer to BlueCat default login credentials (you must be authenticated to view this topic).
  2. Select the Administration tab. Tabs remember the page you last worked on, so select the tab again to ensure you're on the Administration page.
  3. Under General, click Global Settings.
  4. Under System supported locales, enter the following in the Additional supported locales field: |Japanese[ja-JP] for Japanese or |SimplifiedChinese[zh-CN] for Simplified Chinese.
  5. Click Update.
  6. Click Log Out. A language drop-down menu is now visible on the Address Manager login page.
  7. From the language drop-down menu, select Japanese[ja-JP] for Japanese or SimplifiedChinese[zh-CN] for Simplified Chinese. The Address Manager login page immediately changes to the selected language.
  8. Log in to Address Manager. The Address Manager user interface is now in Japanese or Simplified Chinese.
    Note: If you ever need to revert the Address Manager user interface back to English, log out of Address Manager and select English[en-US] from the language drop-down menu from the Address Manager login page.