Configure CSM for Multi-Byte Language Support
CSM is configured to support single-byte languages by default. You can, however, use the System Restore tool to enable multi-byte languages, such as Chinese and Japanese, for your CSM database.
Right-to-left languages, such as Arabic, are not supported at this time.
To enable multi-byte support for your CSM database:
- Use the Export Data tool to export your existing database to a .czar file, selecting these options:
- Export Entire System
- Export All Data
- Exclude Attachments
- Exclude Automation Data
- Exclude Encrypted Fields
- Use the System Restore Tool to reload the exported .czar file, selecting the Use Unicode Data Types check box as part of the restore process.
- In the main window, select the Globalization category, and then select Globalization Settings.
- Select the Show Multi-byte Languages check box.
If the check box is disabled, you must first enable support for multi-byte languages in your database.
After you enable multi-byte language support for your system, cultures that use multi-byte languages can be enabled on the Manage Cultures page.