If a Country-id is appropriate for an application, the application should perform the following procedure before calling DBCHCL for the connect function:
- Set Change-options to ‘Y‘.
Change the value for Country-id as follows:
If the language is... Then set Country-id to... Arabic No country differentiation supported. Danish (Denmark) DK German (Germany) DE German (Switzerland) CH Greek (Greece) GR English (United States) US English (United Kingdom) GB Spanish (Spain) ES Finnish (Finland) FI French (France) FR French (Belgium) BE French (Canada) CA French (Switzerland) CH Hebrew (Israel) IL Icelandic (Iceland) IS Italian (Italy) IT Italian (Switzerland) CH Japanese (Japan) JP Korean (Republic of Korea) KR Dutch (Netherlands) NL Dutch (Belgium) BE Norwegian (Norway) NO Portuguese (Portugal) PT Portuguese (Brazil) BR Romansh/Grishun (Switzerland) CH Russian (Russian Federation) RU Swedish (Sweden) SE Thai (Thailand) TH Turkish (Turkey) TR Chinese (China) CN Chinese (Taiwan) TW
Messages are distributed in United States English (Language-id 'EN', optional Country-id 'US') only, although customers or Teradata Corporation in the various countries might provide additional languages. The mechanism by which the CLIv2 error messages are be defined in other languages is described in User-Defined Character Sets.
If a message must be returned, but messages are not available in the specified language, then the message number with fixed message text of '(REQUIRED MESSAGE TABLE IS NOT AVAILABLE)' in United States English is returned. For example, the message 'CLI0538 REQUEST REJECTED BY DELAY' would be presented as:CLI0538 (REQUIRED MESSAGE TABLE IS NOT AVAILABLE)