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Supporting Non-Unicode Applications
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In many organizations, legacy line-of-business applications were not developed according to world-ready guidelines. Older applications might not be Unicode-enabled, relying instead on the use of a particular code page for character encoding. These non-Unicode applications might not run correctly if the language of the application does not match the language version of the operating system (for example, running a non-Unicode, Japanese order-tracking system
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on the International English language version of Windows XP Professional). In these situations, one of two problems commonly occurs:
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The application fails to load. The application loads, but text strings do not display correctly in the application s user interface.
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In most cases, setting the language for non-Unicode programs of the Windows XP Professional based computer to match the language in which the application was developed solves the problem. In the previous example, if the Boston clerk sets the Windows XP Professional based computer s language for non-Unicode programs to Japanese, the strings in the legacy, non-Unicode, Japanese order-tracking system s user interface will be correctly displayed in Kanji. Note
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The language for non-Unicode programs can be set to only one language at a time. If you need to run non-Unicode applications in a variety of languages, you might want to consider porting the applications to Unicode through the Microsoft Layer for Unicode (MSLU).
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Another solution for porting a non-Unicode application to Unicode involves using the Microsoft Layer for Unicode (MSLU) on computers running Windows 98 and Windows Me. MSLU is easy to integrate into applications and requires little more than recompiling the application as a Unicode component and including the MSLU library along with the other libraries used by the program. MSLU is available and fully documented in the Windows XP Professional Platform SDK, found at http:// msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/sdkintro/sdkintro/windows_xp.asp.
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Determining the Compatibility of Your Current Applications
Before deploying Windows XP Professional, you need to test your internally developed line-ofbusiness applications, and any third-party applications (such as antivirus tools), under each language version of Windows XP Professional that your organization supports in order to determine potential problems with multilingual or international compatibility. For example, if you intend to deploy the Japanese localized language version of Windows XP Professional as well as the Simplified Chinese localized language version and the MUI Pack, be sure to test your existing applications under all three configurations. It is also important to test applications developed for one language version to see how they function while emulating the native language under a different language version of the operating system. For example, test any applications developed using the Japanese localized language version of Windows XP Professional (or earlier versions of Microsoft Windows ) on
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computers running the International English language version of Windows XP Professional, after making sure that those computers have the East Asian Language Collection installed. Basic differences in application support and backward compatibility exist between the localized language versions of Windows XP Professional and the Windows XP Professional MUI Pack. Some 16-bit applications developed on localized language versions run better on those localized language versions of Windows XP Professional than on the Windows XP Professional MUI Pack. For example, the Japanese language version of Windows 2000 supports DOS/V applications, and the Korean language version of Windows NT supports HBIOS applications, whereas the Windows XP Professional MUI Pack does not. To determine whether a specific third-party application (such as an antivirus tool) is certified as compatible with Windows XP Professional, see the Windows Catalog at http:// www.microsoft.com/windows/catalog.
Developing Multilingual Applications
The Microsoft Global Software Development Web site provides extensive information to help application developers create products that take full advantage of the multilingual and international compatibility features of Windows XP Professional. For information about how and what it means to globalize an application, see the Globalization: Step-by-Step link on the Web Resources page at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/webresources. For more information about creating world-ready software, see the Microsoft Global Software Development link on the Web Resources page at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/webresources.
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