From: Rick Cameron (Rick.Cameron@businessobjects.com)
Date: Tue Sep 28 2004 - 14:05:59 CST
There's one obvious reason why the products could not be certified for
Arabic or Hebrew: they have not been tested in a bidirectional environment.
It's almost certain that they would not work in an acceptable way for these
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: September 27, 2004 20:22
Subject: internationalization assumption
Here is the assumption.
There is 2 products for English version. One is coded by UTF8 and the other
is coded by NON-UTF8. Both products are internationalized readiness.
Let's say. The test engineer ensures the functionality and validates the
input and output on major Latin 1 languages, such as German, French,
Spanish, Italian, as well as Korean, Japanese, Chinese.
If those products handle all languages as addressed above, could it be
assumed that the entire character sets in whole latin 1, Han, Cyrillic,
Arabic.... can be certifed on both products???
Please make any comments on this assumption.
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