Limitations on using multibyte characters in BMC Atrium Orchestrator Development Studio

Do not use multibyte characters in the fields listed in the following table. They can cause problems when the entries are used with Grid Manager.

Entry field

Location

Module Version

Export Modules tab

Schedule Job Name

Create New Job wizard

Adapter Name Static Value and Action

Call Adapter activity Property Panel

Module configuration item Name and Value

Item Details pane of Module Configuration panel

User name, Password, Hostname/IP, Peer Context, Port, User name, and Password

BMC Atrium Orchestrator Development Studio Connections dialog box

User name and Password

Any BMC Atrium Orchestrator Development Studio logon dialog box

Multibyte characters, such as Japanese, are supported in the fields listed in the following table, with the limitation that the text is parsed after the module (process) is saved. However, when exported, multibyte characters correctly appear in Development Studio and the Operator Control Panel.

Entry field

Location

Module Name

  • New Module dialog box
  • Export Module to Disk dialog box
  • Import Module from Disk dialog box

Process Directory Name

Process Directory dialog box

Process Name

  • New Process dialog box
  • New Process from WSDL dialog box
  • Rename Process dialog box

When you integrate BMC Atrium Orchestrator Development Studio with a source control management system, it is not certified for use with multibyte characters. 

Do not use multibyte input methods to enter numbers in BMC Atrium Orchestrator Development Studio. Numbers entered using multibyte methods appear as English numbers but are actually stored as multibyte characters. When BMC Atrium Orchestrator Development Studio processes multibyte numbers, errors can result. Always use English to enter numbers in BMC Atrium Orchestrator Development Studio.

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