Hi Frank,

In order for a PC to edit doube byte langugages, and have double byte
fonts, the appropriate locales & keyboards must be installed.
On Win2k, go to the Control Panel, and select Regional Options.  You need
to then need to select Japanese in the Language Settings for the System
list.  You may need the install CD for Windows.  Following that, you will
need to ensure that you select Japanese on the Input Locales tab so that
you have a Japanese keyboard installed (this will allow you to enter double
byte characters).
On Win XP, from the Control Panel, you'll need the Retional and Languages
Options.  On the Languages page, select the checkbox for Install files for
East Asian Lanugages.  Press the Details button in the Text services....
area and install the Japanese keyboard.
You should be ready to go after that :-)

Hope that helps.

Violaine Batthish
WebSphere Development Studio Client, IBM Toronto Lab

wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 06/16/2006 01:28:14 AM:


Ummm.  I have to eat crow.  I have got the WDSCi LPEX editor editing both

the JAPANESE and the English source ALL ON THE SAME PC. The last setting
needed to change was window\preferences\lpex Editor\appearance I change
the font to a japanese font = = - regular 10. (= = are Japanese chars)
But I have done this on only one PC and I dont know what I did that
brought in the Japanese fonts into WDSCi. And I dont know what I need to
do to config the other PCs.

Any ideas anyone.

Frank Kolmann

Frank Kolmann
15/06/2006 05:17 PM

        To:     wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
        Subject:        Japanese in WDSCi

I have got a little further with editing Japanese in WDSCi.
I am hoping Violaine Batthish can help.

Thanks and Regards
Frank Kolmann

To be able to edit both Japanese code and English I needed to configue
Even to edit with SEU I still need 2 PCs but I have one PC on my desk
and the other I access via a Remote Desktop client.
I am trying to use WDSCi so I can get rid of the extra PC.

Previously someone mentioned that with SEU it was possible to be able
to edit both English and Japanese source. I asked how this was done
but I had no reply. I have since been shown the SEU ALT VIEW key that I
did not know about and I am asking does WDSCi have such a key.

I have got WDSCi editing both English and Japanese but it does not show
the Japanese SBCS characters properly.  In SEU on the Japanese PC I
am able to use a function 'ALT VIEW' that swiches between the 2
forms of characters.

I am not sure this will display properly because of the Japanese

 (this is the exact same code in all the below cases)
SEU FORM ONE.  This shows lower case english properly.

C           @INT      BEGSR
C                     MOVEL'1'       W@STS            テ]nワーモ ホ[h゛
 * FMT01
C                     MOVELW@PGID    F1PGID           ポワh゛[wID
C           'COMPANY 'CHAINZPAL01               91
C  N91                MOVELDATA      F1CONM            eーj゛ー 番号
C                     MOVELW@WSID    F1WSID            端末 ID

I press ALT VIEW (mapped to a key in Client Access)

 C           @INT      BEGSR
 C                     MOVEL'1'       W@STS            コントロール フラ

  * FMT01
 C                     MOVELW@PGID    F1PGID           プログラムID
 C           'COMPANY 'CHAINZPAL01               91
 C  N91                MOVELDATA      F1CONM            オーダー 番号
 C                     MOVELW@WSID    F1WSID            端末 ID

This is what I have  in WDSCI. The WDSCI PC I configured as
Simplfied Chinese and loaded DBCS languages on it via Client Access.
*               初期処理
C           @INT      BEGSR
C                     MOVEL'1'       W@STS            コントロール フラグ
 * FMT01
C                     MOVELW@PGID    F1PGID           プログラムID
C           'COMPANY 'CHAINZPAL01               91
C  N91                MOVELDATA      F1CONM            オーダー番号
C                     MOVELW@WSID    F1WSID           端末ID
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