Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Deploying and Managing Apama Applications | Correlator Utilities Reference | Starting the correlator | Text internationalization in the logs
Text internationalization in the logs
The information given here applies for the correlator, and also for the IAF and dashboard servers.
The strings in the logs are encoded in two different ways, depending on whether they are written to a log file or to the console:
*Log file
Apama log files are always encoded as UTF-8. Any non-ASCII strings in a log file (such as Chinese characters, German umlauts, some currency symbols, and so on) will only look correct if your text editor is configured to view the text as UTF-8. This is irrelevant on most Linux installations, where the default encoding is usually UTF-8.
If the Apama component is logging to the console, the output is encoded according to the locale of your system. In practice, this means that any strings that are logged to the console (including non-ASCII strings) will look correct.

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