Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Using Apama with Software AG Designer | Working with Projects | Internationalizing Apama applications
Internationalizing Apama applications
By default, Software AG Designer saves Apama project files in your platform's native encoding. If you choose to save Apama project files in UTF-8 encoding in the Resource tab of a file or a folder's Properties dialog, Software AG Designer adds a UTF-8 BOM character at the beginning of each file. This indicates that the contents are in UTF-8. The character is required to be compatible with other Apama tools.
* To specify the encoding for Apama projects
1. In the Apama Project Navigator view, click the project for which you want to define the encoding.
2. In the Software AG Designer menu bar, choose Project > Properties.
3. In the Properties dialog, click Info.
4. In the Text File Encoding group box, click Other and select the encoding you want.
5. Click OK.

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