You will perform these steps if the LANSA Client tutorials are to be used in a multilingual environment.
Note: If you are not using the multilingual features of LANSA Client, then you do not have to add any other languages.
Although you specified YES for Multilingual Support, it is not fully implemented until you define a language. Before you import you must define languages by performing these steps.
1. From the Housekeeping Menu, select the Change partition being worked with option. The Systems Partitions screen is displayed with a list of the existing partitions.
2. From the System Partitions list, select the partition you wish to work with (in this case LCX) and press Enter. The Housekeeping Menu will be displayed.
3. Choose the Work with partition multilingual attributes option from the Housekeeping Menu. The Multilingual Partition Languages screen, similar to this example, will be displayed, no languages are yet available:
4. Press the Add/Create key to add a new language
if you later wish to review/amend a language listed, select the language and press Enter.
The Add or Review/Change Multilingual Partition Language screen will be displayed, as appropriate.
If adding a new language, enter a three or four character identifier representing the new language as well as a description.
5. Press Enter to continue to the Multilingual SAA/CUA Defaults. Amend the text on the panels displayed, if required.
6. Press Enter to continue to the Multilingual Function Key defaults in the language you have selected. The Multilingual Function Key Defaults are spread over 2 panels. Use roll-up to reach the next screen when there is "+" in right bottom corner. Make changes if required.
7. Press Enter. After a short wait, you will be returned to the Multilingual Partition Languages screen where the new language will be listed.
8. Add another new language, select the Add/Create key and repeat these steps, otherwise press the Exit function key to return to the LANSA Main System Menu.