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Language Packs for Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0

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Language Packs for Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0

Table Of Contents

Language Packs for Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0

Introduction

Installation

Functionality

Open Caveats

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request


Language Packs for Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0


Revised: April 26, 2011


This document provides information about the language packs for the Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0. It includes the following sections:

Introduction

Installation

Functionality

Open Caveats

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

Introduction

Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0 is the first localizable release of the Content Server. The following language packs are available for Release 5.0:

Language
Name Displayed in the User Interface
Language Pack Name

Chinese (Simplified)


zh_CN.zip

French

français

fr_FR.zip

Japanese


ja_JP.zip


Installation

You can find language pack upload and removal instructions in the Management Tab chapter of the Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0 Administration and User Guide at
Cisco website at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11347/prod_maintenance_guides_list.html.


Caution Do not unzip the zipped language pack files before uploading them to the Content Server.

Note that in cluster installations, you must install language packs on each Content Server in the cluster. Log in to the web interface of each Content Server by using that Content Server's IP address and upload the language pack through the link that is provided in the Languages section of Site Settings.

Functionality

Users with Site Manager privileges can upload language packs to the Content Server. The language that the Site Manager selects as the Preferred language in Site Settings becomes the default language that displays in the interface for users who have not chosen their own language. The Preferred language is also applied in e-mails that the Content Server sends regardless of individual user settings.

When users choose another language option, their choice—not the default language—is applied every time that they log in.

The language pack includes language strings that display in the interface and HTML online help files.

The following portions of the system are not localized:

Server logs

Software upgrade installer

TCS wizard

Countdown and recording logo displayed on the endpoint

Operating System

PHP error messages

Windows Server administrative site


Note The Windows Server administrative site is available already in the following languages from which an administrator can choose:
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Open Caveats

Table 1 describes the issues that apply to the language packs for Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0.

Table 1 Open Caveats in Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0 

Reference ID
Summary

85505

An exception (Could not find a part of the path 'e:\lang\en\tcs.mo') is printed in the Helper logs when an email is sent by the system and custom language packs are not installed, or the default language pack is missing.

88706

When dialing in from an endpoint to a recording alias which has Asian multibyte characters in the Name field of the Default recording information, the resulting recording name will contain question marks instead of Asian characters.

88800

The email link text in the Share tab is split across two lines in the Japanese and French versions.

89069

After uploading a language pack, the success message contains some garbled characters. This is a display issue only and does not affect the installation of the language pack.

89071

After uploading a .TCB import file, the recording name and description of uploaded recordings are not displayed correctly if they contain Asian or non-ASCII French characters.

89072

'Use UTF-8 for mailto links' must be set in Internet Explorer in order for Asian and French accented characters to be displayed properly in Microsoft Outlook email messages, even if a browser other than IE is used to view the Content Server user interface.

89073

When a recording alias does not specify a default name for new recordings, the name of new recordings made with that alias will have the name of the recording alias with a date appended. This date is not localized and will always appear in English.

89074, 89078

If a user's browser encoding is not set to UTF-8 by default, localized text in the Content Editor and the legacy Windows Media player will not be displayed properly. Affected users should set character encoding in their browsers to "Unicode (UTF-8)" by default.

89075

Names of downloadable recordings with non-ASCII characters in the name are not displayed correctly in the browser's 'Save As' dialogue.

89238

Indexes with non-ASCII and Asian characters are not displayed in the Flash player.


Related Documentation

For more information about the Cisco TelePresence Content Server, see these documents at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11347/tsd_products_support_series_home.html.

Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0 Quick Start

Cisco TelePresence Content Server Release 5.0 Administration and User Guide

Configuring the Cisco TelePresence Content Server for Streaming from a QuickTime Media Server

Configuring the Cisco TelePresence Content Server for Streaming Flash from a Wowza Media Server

Cisco TelePresence Content Server API Guide

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

For information on obtaining documentation, submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, see the monthly What's New in Cisco Product Documentation, which also lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation, at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html

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This document is to be used in conjunction with the documents listed in the "Related Documentation" section.