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Localisations for Client-side applications

When there are user requirements on localizations, we always refer to the user interface or client-side applications.  This is more on the usability and ‘look & feel’ of the user interfaces to be in the users’ native languages, the inbound data’s encoding settings that are imported from gateway to data repository and the inputs of native words into the data repository and transmit to external sources via the gateway.

  1. Determine if the encoding conversion is implemented at the gateway, database or application level for inbound and outgoing data.
  2. Determine the encoding and charset of the native language to use.
  3. Test the encoding code to ensure native characters are displayed correctly from inbound files and data entry via keyboard at  the application level.
  4. Ensure the encoding code works after the conversion at gateway or database level (if require).

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