Izenda provides an add-on localization package capable of
localizing the Izenda UI, Field Names as well as the data itself
into other languages.
What Are The Benefits?
Global customers expect the reporting function of your
software to be localized into their language. The Localization
Pack delivers language support to your audience without the cost
and complexity of internally working with languages that the
development team is not familiar with.
What Parts Of The Interface Get Localized?
The majority of the user interface elements in the Report
Designer, Report Viewer and Report List get localized. In
addition, field names get localized and drive headers in the
report. The Settings.aspx page and any developer oriented
resources or messages will remain in English.
What Is The Cost?
The cost depends on how Izenda Reports is deployed. Please
contact your sales rep or email@example.com
for details on the
cost of adding the Language Pack to your application.
What Languages Are Included?
The following languages are currently supported. More are
being added based on customer demand and are available upon
request. Please contact your sales rep or firstname.lastname@example.org
if you need
- Arabic (ar-SA)
- German (de-DE)
- English (en-US)
- Spanish (es-ES)
- French (fr-FR)
- Hindi (hi)
- Italian (it-IT)
- Japanese (ja-JP)
- Korean (ko-KR)
- Portuguese (pt-PT)
- Russian (ru-RU)
- Bulgarian (bg-BG)
- Chinese (zh-CN) Chinese Traditional
- Chinese (zh-TW) Taiwanese
Can I Use A Language That Is Not In The Language Pack?
If you didn’t find the language you want to use in
Language Pack (see “What Languages Are Included?”
section) you can contact your sales rep or email@example.com
Does It Support Right-To-Left Languages?
Yes. Right-to-left languages are supported. Please see the example below:
What Needs To Be Installed on The Server and Browser?
The Microsoft Language must be installed on the server as
well as the browser for the fonts to display properly. Please
download the language file
from Microsoft’s web site.
The Izenda Localization Pack assumes that the server and user
have the proper resources installed.
How Do I Install The Language Pack?