USYS$UD6_PARAMS Support for Localised character sets (NLS), UGLYPH stored elsewhere

The following settings should be used with UD6 if you want to have your national character set displayed correctly within the UD6 XML files.

Uniface will always correctly show your national characters when your source is stored with UD6.

These settings govern whether your version control/source control will also be able to see your national characters. This is important if you have a lot of text in your application that uses national characters, and you want to be able to clearly manage changes to it with source control.

NOTE: enabling national character set support in UD6 disables support for storing entities with binary data (like UGLYPH and UCSDIA).

These settings will enable your source code to support most European languages:

USYS$UD6_PARAMS=mmf files nnn,notrx,mmf binary font 51 encoding ISO-8859-2

To support Hebrew, replace the configuration file Nls0 with the file Nls1255, and set the following in your ASN file:

USYS$UD6_PARAMS=mmf files nnn,notrx,mmf binary font 56 encoding ISO-8859-8

The following additional options may be used as well:

config c:\usys72\settingsSet a directory for the configuration files (joins,ofields,renamedirs etc)
xsl ie5Automatically generate stylesheets for viewing XML files with Internet Explorer 5 or higher.
option pack c:\usys72\bin\mhgfp140.dllDecode and store the Form Paint Tableau of all Uniface Form Components into XML.
nosplashDisable the startup banner
step size 0Disable the hitlist
nokeycheckPerformance improvement for initial import only
plink enablePerformance improvement for unix only
mallopt mxfast 64 nlblks 200Performance improvement for unix only

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