Enforce Option Becomes Value Of Notes.Ini or managed settings In French/German Template

Problem:

Domino desktop policy wrong behavior. Notes.ini settings
The custom settings of the desktop policy have a bad behavior:

We think the issue is related to the French/German language, and a bad code behavior with the word “Enforce” (translated to “Appliquer” in French and Zwingend in German)
For example : If I create a new destop policy. Add a custom setting, Notes.ini, and check the box “Appliquer”. the result will be MyItem=MyValue, appliquer

If I use this to set Ports=TCPIP and click on “Appliquer”, the result will be Ports=TCPIP, Appliquer.

This also causes the similar issue if the enforce is used for managed settings.

Customer has tested on English server NAB and the issue is not seen.

Symptom:

  • The text of enforce in local language becomes the value of notes.ini parameter
  • If the enforce is used in Eclipse parameter, the pref file name will contain the text of enforce in local language
  • In worst case: some users reported that they are not able to “see” Mail, Calendar, etc. (due to ViewsCheckMarkSel=1 has been enabled by desktop settings with enforce enabled)

Cause:

Dev has confirmed this is localization issue and that the “Forced “, should not be translated.

The defect has been logged in SPR # YGAO9EFSLN

Environment:

Domino server 9.0.1 with French/German pubnames.ntf

Technote: #1662451

Quelle: IBM

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  1. Oliver Regelmann

    Haha, the IBM translation robot at work again…
    They should fire the entire team, not only for this one.

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