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NetBackup Java Administration Console Language Pack (article 100033052)

言語パック

要約

NetBackup localized resource files for NetBackup-Java Administration Console and Backup, Archive, and Restore (article 100033052)

説明

Problem

This is the NetBackup language pack for the following programs (collectively referred to as 'Java GUI' ).

  • NetBackup-Java Administration Console
  • NetBackup-Java Remote Administration Console on a Windows desktop
  • Backup, Archive, and Restore on a NetBackup UNIX/Linux client

 

This set of message resource and online help files provides the localized user interface to Java GUI without installing the whole NetBackup language pack. This package will keep the readability of log files by leaving back-end message strings in English if NetBackup is deployed in a heterogeneous environment.

 

Note: Because NetBackup Appliance doesn't provide the local Java user interface, NetBackup language pack is not compatible with a master or media sever inside NetBackup Appliance. This package will serve as a complement to the NetBackup language pack for NetBackup Appliance.

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Problem

This is the NetBackup language pack for the following programs (collectively referred to as 'Java GUI' ).

  • NetBackup-Java Administration Console
  • NetBackup-Java Remote Administration Console on a Windows desktop
  • Backup, Archive, and Restore on a NetBackup UNIX/Linux client

 

This set of message resource and online help files provides the localized user interface to Java GUI without installing the whole NetBackup language pack. This package will keep the readability of log files by leaving back-end message strings in English if NetBackup is deployed in a heterogeneous environment.

 

Note: Because NetBackup Appliance doesn't provide the local Java user interface, NetBackup language pack is not compatible with a master or media sever inside NetBackup Appliance. This package will serve as a complement to the NetBackup language pack for NetBackup Appliance.

 

Solution

How to display the localized Graphical user interface of Java GUI.

 

Prerequisite:

Veritas recommends that all locale parameters including system locale, user locale a(and Display language in Windows) are properly configured in order for Java to load a localized message resource bundle.

In order to do this, please set these locale parameters to compatible with the language of localized resource files in this package, because the Java .properties files of Java GUI use the standard Java localization mechanism.

 

Windows:

  • To change the system locale (also called "Language for Non-Unicode Programs of Windows"), the Set-WinSystemLocale Powershell commandlet can also be used.
  • To change the user locale (also called "Standards and formats of Windows"), the Set-Culture Powershell commandlet can be used.
  • To change the display language, the Set-WinUILanguageOverride Powershell commandlet can also be used.

For example, if you want to display French Java GUI on your French Canadian Windows desktop using this package, Windows regional setting will be as follows. For more details about setting a language in Windows, please refer to appropriate documents from Microsoft.

  • System locale (Language for non-Unicode programs): "French (Canada)"
  • User locale (Format) : "French (Canada)"
  • Display language: "French (Canada)"

 

UNIX/Linux:

  • To change the system locale on Solaris, open the file /etc/default/init and edit the following line: LANG=<locale>
  • To change the system locale on HP-UX, use the geocustoms command.
  • To change the system locale on AIX, use the smit lang or chlang command.
  • To change the system locale on Red Hat Linux, open the file /etc/sysconfig/i18n and edit the following line: LANG=<locale>. If this file doesn't exist in the system,  submit sudo localectl set-locale LANG=<locale>
  • To change the system locale on SUSE Linux, use the yast command.

 

Installation:

  1. Complete installing Java GUI.
  2. If Java GUI is running, close the program.
  3. Locate Java GUI program folder. It always be located in the folder named "java" under "Veritas" or "openv" folder by default. 
  4. Download NetBackup_<Version>_javamessages_L10N.zip in this document.
  5. Copy to NetBackup_<Version>_javamessages_L10N.zip to the "java" folder mentioned above. 
  6. Using any file decompression utility, extract NetBackup_<Version>_javamessages_L10N.zip in the Java GUI program folder.

 

The files and folders will be extracted from the zip to the Java GUI program folder as follows: <LANG> should be read fr, ja and zh.

 

Windows:

Note: In case, you want to install this set of files to Java GUI in NetBackup server or client. install_path\java should be replaced with install_path\NetBackup\java afterward.

  • C:\Program Files\Veritas\java\vrts\nbvsm_l10n\<LANG>\help\NBDB2.vxa
  • C:\Program Files\Veritas\java\vrts\nbvsm_l10n\<LANG>\help\NBOracle.vxa
  • C:\Program Files\Veritas\java\vrts\nbvsm_l10n\<LANG>\help\nbu_sa.vxa
  • C:\Program Files\Veritas\java\vrts\nbvsm_l10n\<LANG>\help\NetBackup_AdminHelp_BMR.vxa
  • C:\Program Files\Veritas\java\vrts\nbvsm_l10n\<LANG>\help\NetBackup_AdminHelp_Vault.vxa
  • C:\Program Files\Veritas\java\vrts\nbvsm_l10n\<LANG>\help\NetBackup_BAR_Help_Unix.vxa
  • C:\Program Files\Veritas\java\vrts\nbvsm_l10n\dbexti18n_<LANG>.properties
  • C:\Program Files\Veritas\java\vrts\nbvsm_l10n\i18n_<LANG>.properties

 

UNIX/Linux:

  • /usr/openv/java/vrts/nbvsm_l10n/<LANG>/help/NBDB2.vxa
  • /usr/openv/java/vrts/nbvsm_l10n/<LANG>/help/NBOracle.vxa
  • /usr/openv/java/vrts/nbvsm_l10n/<LANG>/help/nbu_sa.vxa
  • /usr/openv/java/vrts/nbvsm_l10n/<LANG>/help/NetBackup_AdminHelp_BMR.vxa
  • /usr/openv/java/vrts/nbvsm_l10n/<LANG>/help/NetBackup_AdminHelp_Vault.vxa
  • /usr/openv/java/vrts/nbvsm_l10n/<LANG>/help/NetBackup_BAR_Help_Unix.vxa
  • /usr/openv/java/vrts/nbvsm_l10n/<LANG>/dbexti18n_<LANG>.properties
  • /usr/openv/java/vrts/nbvsm_l10n/<LANG>/i18n_<LANG>.properties

6. Set Java to load Java GUI with the language you want, and start Java GUI

 

Windows: 

Note: Proceed Step #1 to #4 below, if you want to run Java GUI with a different language from the Display language of your Windows desktop mentioned above. If not, skip to #5.

  1. Open nbjava.bat
  2. Go to an else clause starting from line #80. It should look like ELSE (
  3.    start "" "%JREPATH%\jre\bin\javaw.exe" -Xms%INITIAL_MEMORY% .......)
  4. Specify a language you want to display Java GUI by inserting -Duser.language=<language>. For example, if you want to start Java GUI in French, then this line will be: ELSE (
  5.    start "" "%JREPATH%\jre\bin\javaw.exe" -Duser.language=fr -Xms%INITIAL_MEMORY% .......)  -Duser.language=ja or zh can be used as well.
  6. Save nbjava.bat
  7. Start Java GUI by double-clicking nbjava.bat or clicking Java GUI in the start menu 

 

UNIX/Linux:

Note: Step #2 below is required only if you want to run Java GUI with a different locale from one you have set to system locale mentioned above):

  1. Open Terminal
  2. Set a locale you want to display Java GUI to LANG. The name of locale will depend on your platform. If you want to start Java GUI in fr_FR.utf-8 locale then submit LANG=fr_FR; export LANG
  3. Run /usr/openv/java/jbpSA or jnbSA

 

Removal:

These files can be removed by any of these ways.

  • Manually remove the copied files above.
  • Remove Java GUI.

 

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