With Cisco Unified Call Studio, Universal Edition, default lists of languages and encodings are made available and can be configured through Project Preferences; this document explains the procedure.
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Resolution: In Cisco Unified Call Studio, Universal Edition, choose Window > Preferences from the menu. In the Preferences dialog, choose Audium > Project. This displays the default language and encoding lists.
The language list contains the default list of languages that is used to populate the language drop-down list in the General Settings of each voice application. The language specified in the General Settings is used in the xml:lang attribute of each VoiceXML document. The value here must conform to the format required in XML to specify languages, for example, en-US.
The encoding list contains the default list of encodings that is used to populate the encoding drop-down list in the General Settings. The encoding specified in the General Settings is used when you create VoiceXML documents.
Note: This value must be a valid Sun Java 1.4.2 encoding format, for example, UTF-8; refer to the Sun Java documentation for details.