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stsadm и просмотр/смена lcid RRS feed

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  • добрый день господа, не подкажите как при помощи данной утилиты сделать сабж, а именно, просмотреть какой язык назначен сайту и если необходимо сменить его
    10 апреля 2008 г. 12:10

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  • Цитата из Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press 2007

     

    Chapter 4: Multilingual Planning, Deployment, and Maintenance

    Overview

    This chapter focuses on the new capabilities of Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to host sites in different languages and present content in multiple languages within the same site collections. This new functionality and the flexibility of multilingual options presents new planning decisions prior to deployment, new deployment options, and new maintenance concerns. You'll find an in-depth discussion of the functionality of the Variation feature provided by Office SharePoint Server 2007 and how variations extend beyond the more common application of synchronizing content in multiple languages.

    This chapter helps you understand the planning issues for content translation encountered in a multilingual scenario and the solutions provided by the translation workflow and variation packaging. It includes a discussion of the limitations or constraints in the variation processes, including issues with some Web Parts.

    The tools provided to assist in managing the process of manually translating content are also covered in this chapter, with particular focus on planning issues.

     

    Multilingual Support in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007

    Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 supports hosting site collections, sites, and content in multiple languages on the same servers across your farm. This support is an enormous step forward from previous versions, which required the product to be installed in a specific language version that could host content only in that single language.

    SharePoint Server 2007 extends this multilingual support with several features that simplify the implementation and maintenance for the administrators and the utilization for the users. Multilingual support does, however, create myriad planning decisions that should be addressed prior to implementing your farm. These decision points are introduced throughout the chapter in the discussions of the technology itself.

    Preparing Front-End Servers for Multiple Languages

    Before you install language packs on SharePoint farm servers, you must install the necessary regional and language files on at least your front-end Web servers. Because roles within your farm might change, installing and configuring these regional files on all members of your farm could prevent problems later on. All members of the farm should be configured with the same options, including having all the same regional and language files installed.

    Regional and language files are used by the operating system to provide support for displaying and entering text in multiple languages. These files include keyboard files, Input Method Editors (IMEs), TrueType font files, bitmap font files, codepage translation tables, national language support (.nls) files, and script engines for rendering complex scripts. Most language files are installed by default on Windows Server 2003; however, you must install language files for East Asian languages and languages that use complex script or require right-to-left orientations. The East Asian languages include Chinese, Japanese, and Korean; the complex script and right-to-left-oriented languages include Arabic, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, the Indic languages, Thai, and Vietnamese.

    Microsoft recommends that you install only the language files you need. The East Asian files require about 230 megabytes (MB) of hard disk space. The complex script and right-to-left languages do not use much disk space, but installing either set of files might cause some slowdown in performance when entering text.

    Note 

    You must be an administrator on the computer to install these language files. Once the language files are installed, the languages are available to all users of the computer. You need your Windows Server 2003 product disc to perform this procedure. Alternatively, you need to know the location of a shared folder that contains your operating system installation files. Restart your computer after supplemental language files are installed.

    Installing Additional Language Files

    To install additional language files, perform the following steps:

    1. On your server, in Control Panel, select Regional And Language Options.

    2. In the Regional And Language Options dialog box, click the Languages tab. In the Supplemental Language Support section, do one or both of the following:

      1. Click Install Files For Complex Script And Right-To-Left Languages (Including Thai) if you want to install language files for Arabic, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, the Indic languages, Thai, and Vietnamese.

      2. Click Install Files For East Asian Languages if you want to install language files for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

    3. When prompted, insert your Windows Server 2003 product disc or provide the location of your Windows Server 2003 installation files.

    4. When prompted to restart your computer, click Yes.

    As this process indicates, the language files must be installed in the server operating system to be available to the SharePoint Technologies platform.

     

    Есть CHM файл - пишите в почту.

    11 апреля 2008 г. 8:30

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  • Я тут, конечно, самый пессимистичный отвечающий, но боюсь, что никак. Язык устанавливается при создании сайта. Есть ещё решение типа: импорт сайта, правка xml, экспорт. Но это некрасиво и, насколько я понимаю, неподдерживаемо.

    10 апреля 2008 г. 12:18
  • Цитата из Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Administrator's Companion, Microsoft Press 2007

     

    Chapter 4: Multilingual Planning, Deployment, and Maintenance

    Overview

    This chapter focuses on the new capabilities of Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to host sites in different languages and present content in multiple languages within the same site collections. This new functionality and the flexibility of multilingual options presents new planning decisions prior to deployment, new deployment options, and new maintenance concerns. You'll find an in-depth discussion of the functionality of the Variation feature provided by Office SharePoint Server 2007 and how variations extend beyond the more common application of synchronizing content in multiple languages.

    This chapter helps you understand the planning issues for content translation encountered in a multilingual scenario and the solutions provided by the translation workflow and variation packaging. It includes a discussion of the limitations or constraints in the variation processes, including issues with some Web Parts.

    The tools provided to assist in managing the process of manually translating content are also covered in this chapter, with particular focus on planning issues.

     

    Multilingual Support in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007

    Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 supports hosting site collections, sites, and content in multiple languages on the same servers across your farm. This support is an enormous step forward from previous versions, which required the product to be installed in a specific language version that could host content only in that single language.

    SharePoint Server 2007 extends this multilingual support with several features that simplify the implementation and maintenance for the administrators and the utilization for the users. Multilingual support does, however, create myriad planning decisions that should be addressed prior to implementing your farm. These decision points are introduced throughout the chapter in the discussions of the technology itself.

    Preparing Front-End Servers for Multiple Languages

    Before you install language packs on SharePoint farm servers, you must install the necessary regional and language files on at least your front-end Web servers. Because roles within your farm might change, installing and configuring these regional files on all members of your farm could prevent problems later on. All members of the farm should be configured with the same options, including having all the same regional and language files installed.

    Regional and language files are used by the operating system to provide support for displaying and entering text in multiple languages. These files include keyboard files, Input Method Editors (IMEs), TrueType font files, bitmap font files, codepage translation tables, national language support (.nls) files, and script engines for rendering complex scripts. Most language files are installed by default on Windows Server 2003; however, you must install language files for East Asian languages and languages that use complex script or require right-to-left orientations. The East Asian languages include Chinese, Japanese, and Korean; the complex script and right-to-left-oriented languages include Arabic, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, the Indic languages, Thai, and Vietnamese.

    Microsoft recommends that you install only the language files you need. The East Asian files require about 230 megabytes (MB) of hard disk space. The complex script and right-to-left languages do not use much disk space, but installing either set of files might cause some slowdown in performance when entering text.

    Note 

    You must be an administrator on the computer to install these language files. Once the language files are installed, the languages are available to all users of the computer. You need your Windows Server 2003 product disc to perform this procedure. Alternatively, you need to know the location of a shared folder that contains your operating system installation files. Restart your computer after supplemental language files are installed.

    Installing Additional Language Files

    To install additional language files, perform the following steps:

    1. On your server, in Control Panel, select Regional And Language Options.

    2. In the Regional And Language Options dialog box, click the Languages tab. In the Supplemental Language Support section, do one or both of the following:

      1. Click Install Files For Complex Script And Right-To-Left Languages (Including Thai) if you want to install language files for Arabic, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, the Indic languages, Thai, and Vietnamese.

      2. Click Install Files For East Asian Languages if you want to install language files for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

    3. When prompted, insert your Windows Server 2003 product disc or provide the location of your Windows Server 2003 installation files.

    4. When prompted to restart your computer, click Yes.

    As this process indicates, the language files must be installed in the server operating system to be available to the SharePoint Technologies platform.

     

    Есть CHM файл - пишите в почту.

    11 апреля 2008 г. 8:30
  • Проблема была в том, что винда и сервер MOSS & project все было EN, но (опустим причины почему), в региональных настройках было выбранно что это Россия.
    15 апреля 2008 г. 14:22