Difference: APPX610LinuxNewInstallation (8 vs. 9)

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APPX 6.1.0 - Linux/Unix - New Installation

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  A community is usually understood as the intersection of all users speaking the same language and living in the same country. Furthermore, a community can use more specific conventions. For example, an English/United States/Military locale is separate from the regular English/United States locale since the US military writes times and dates differently than most of the civilian community.
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APPX needs to know your Locale. If not specified, it will default to en_US.
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APPX needs to know your Locale. If not specified, it will default to en_US.UTF8.
  To change the locale, use a text editor to modify the 'appx.env' file, and add:
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  The 'appx.env' file is located in the 'data' folder of your installation folder. For example, if APPX was installed in /opt/appxserver, then 'appx.env' is located at '/opt/appxserver/appx.env'.
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Note that changing locale requires you to rebuild all key files for both design files and data files.
 See http://userguide.icu-project.org/locale for more information on Locales.

Completing the Installation

 
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