Orchestrator supports internationalization level 1.

Non-ASCII Character Support in Orchestrator

Although Orchestrator is not localized, it can run on a non-English operating system and support non-ASCII text.

Table 1. Non-ASCII Character Support in Orchestrator GUI

Support for Non-ASCII Characters

Orchestrator Item

Description Field

Name Field

Input and Output Parameters

Attributes

Action

Yes

No

No

No

Folder

Yes

Yes

-

-

Configuration element

Yes

Yes

-

No

Package

Yes

Yes

-

-

Policy

Yes

Yes

-

-

Policy template

Yes

Yes

-

-

Resource element

Yes

Yes

-

-

Workflow

Yes

Yes

No

No

Workflow presentation display group and input step

Yes

Yes

-

-

Non-ASCII Character Support for Oracle Databases

To store characters in the correct format in an Oracle database, set the NLS_CHARACTER_SET parameter to AL32UTF8 before configuring the database connection and building the table structure for Orchestrator. This setting is crucial for an internationalized environment.