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Where to find out CLM installed language package?

Don Yang (7.7k21108137) | asked Mar 08 '16, 3:37 a.m.
v5.0.2 CLM on Suse Linux and there is no UI access(console mode)
The environment is manually copied over from other environment and nobody remember what language packages are installed. Installed.xml does not show anything related.
I am wondering if there is any file other than installed.xml which could indicates what language packages are installed(EN, Zh, Zh_TW, JP etc).

Thank you very much.

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HÃ¥kan Kristiansson (5114) | answered Mar 08 '16, 9:54 a.m.
If you got IM installed on the Linux box you can run /opt/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools/imcl listInstalledPackages -verbose which will give you an output similar to:

[Package group]
Name: IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management
Installation directory: /DNG502
Translations: English (en)
Architecture: 64-bit

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Donald Nong (14.5k414) | answered Mar 08 '16, 7:52 p.m.
If I understand correctly, as long as you install any of the non-English languages (meaning that there are "nl1" files under the /server/conf structure), _all_ supported languages are installed. For example, in one of my testing environment with CJK languages installed, I don't have any problems with displaying French, or Spanish.

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