But Uniface stores national characters encoded?
Whilst Uniface can store national character sets, it stores them in an unreadable format. When you look at your source code for Hebrew messages stored in Oracle or Solid, or export it using Uniface 7.2.05/6 XML format, then the resulsts are of little use:
The UD6/CMtool Driver understands the Uniface encoding and stores your source code in the character set you intended: your own.
And since the March Hare UD6/CMtool Driver is standards compliant then you can even view your Hebrew or other national language source code in Internet Explorer:
This makes your life easier since you can get genuine difference reports between versions of messages or form components that includes your message and screen text in an understandable format - your own langauge.
You can even edit your source code in your own editor.
Read more about Uniface Version Control
How to: Set up National Language Support with UD6
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