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Corticon Server: Integration & Deployment Guide : Enabling Server handling of locales, languages, and timezones : Character sets supported
 

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Character sets supported

Corticon Server can accept and generate data values in character sets other than English. This section describes the general capabilities of Corticon Server for use outside the English character set.
*Any attribute of type String can contain any character supported by the UTF-8 encoding standard. This means that characters in European and Asian languages are supported. All encoding of string values passed to Corticon Server is assumed to be UTF-8. Any CorticonResponse outputs, including Messages, will also follow UTF-8 character encoding.
*Vocabulary names (entities, attributes, associations) are restricted to A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and underscore.
*File names and their paths are restricted to A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and underscore.
*All tags in the XML payload must use English characters.
*All Java class and Java property names in any Java payload must follow Java English conventions.
In Corticon Studio, it is possible to use ISO 8859-1 encoding instead of UTF-8 (although this will mean that Asian languages are not supported) by setting this property in CcStudio.properties:
com.corticon.encoding.standard=ISO-8859-1