Some nomenclature within Viewpoint is configurable. Marketization is the process of defining objects, or in most cases, words, that can be tailored to meet specific market or customer needs.The market.properties file contains a dictionary of keys that map to market, or customer-specific, values. The default location for the file is $VIEWPOINT_HOME/market.properties. The properties file maps to the typical Java properties standard. A sample of a portion of the market.properties file follows:
Node = Node VPC = VPC Your\ Current\ Request = Your Current Request
Content on the left of the equal sign (=) represents current Viewpoint code for content that appears in the user interface. Content on the right replaces content on the left and becomes visible in the user interface.
To tailor semantics to a specific market, do the following:
Node = ServerAll instances of "Node" are replaced with "Server" in the user interface.
|When using keys, spaces must be escaped using the backslash (\) character. Also case sensitivity must be considered; content in the market.properties file appears in the user interface exactly as it appears in the dictionary list.|