Supported languages and locales
English (EN) is the default language of the BMC Digital Workplace application. The following additional languages are supported in BMC Digital Workplace .
Left to right languages:
- Catalan (CA)
- Chinese, Simplified (ZH-CN)
- Chinese, Traditional (ZH-TW)
- Danish (DA)
- Dutch (NL)
- Finnish (FI)
- French (FR)
- German (DE)
- Greek (EL)
- Italian (IT)
- Japanese (JA)
- Korean (KO)
- Norwegian (NO)
- Polish (PL)
- Portuguese, Brazilian (PT-BR)
- Romanian (RO)
- Russian (RU)
- Spanish (ES)
- Swedish (SV)
- Thai (TH)
- Turkish (TR)
- Welsh (CY)
Greek and Romanian languages are not supported on mobile devices. The default (English) language is displayed instead. The exceptions are the header menu items that are localized in the BMC Digital Workplace Admin console.
The left to right languages are also supported for localizing catalog items in BMC Digital Workplace Catalog . For more information, see Localizing catalog items.
Right to left languages:
- Arabic (AR)
- Hebrew (HE)
The following table indicates which clients and consoles are localized:
|Client or console||Localized?||Additional information|
BMC Digital Workplace universal client
For desktop users, the locale, date, and current time displayed in BMC Digital Workplace are based on the locale selected in the web browser, and not on the locale selected in the operating system.
BMC Digital Workplace application for Apple iOS and Google Android clients
The mobile clients use the language selected in the system settings (except Greek and Romanian).
BMC Digital Workplace Admin console
BMC Digital Workplace Catalog
The menu and message text are provided only in English. You can create the items described in Localizing catalog items in any language.
On the Apple iOS devices, the Unicode Bidirectional algorithm is used for presenting the text. While localizing your BMC Digital Workplace application, if you start typing the first character in a string as a left to right text, the algorithm treats the presentation of the rest of the string as the left to right text as well.