Reports and changes the registry settings that control the languages used by SQL Anywhere, Sybase Central, and Interactive SQL.
dblang [ options ] language-code
|-m||Writes the language code to the registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.|
|-q||Runs in quiet mode—messages are not displayed.|
|-u||Writes the language code to the registry under HKEY_CURRENT_USER. This is the default location.|
If you do not specify -m or -u, then the language code is written to the registry under HKEY_CURRENT_USER. You can specify both -m and -u to write the language code to both locations.
Running the dblang utility without a language code reports the current settings. These settings are as follows:
SQL Anywhere This setting controls which language resource library is used to deliver informational and error messages from the SQL Anywhere database server. The language resource library is a DLL with a name of the form dblgXX12.dll, where XX is a two-letter language code.
Ensure that you have the appropriate language resource library on your computer when you change the settings.
Sybase Central and Interactive SQL This setting controls the resources used to display user interface elements for Sybase Central and Interactive SQL.
For information about how language changes affect the fast launcher, see Fast launcher option.
Exit codes are 0 (success) or non-zero (failure).
This utility does not accept the @data parameter to read in options from a configuration file.
The following command displays a window containing the current settings:
The following command changes the settings to German, and displays a window containing the previous and new settings:
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