Using special characters (Spanish characters) in Activities name - aqualogic.bpm.modeling(Archived)

Hi everyone,
?:| Does anyone knows if I need to do any extra configuration in my Operating System/Data Base if I'm using special characters (accents) in activities/transitions name. Is there any problem using these type of characters?
Thanks a lot.
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Edited by varriaga at 01/04/2007 2:17 PM 

in ALBPM 5.7 you don't need any specific setup to use spanish characters, since we store all information as NVARCHARS.
In Studio, we store projects files in UTF-8, so no problem either.
MAriano
PS: you are just asking or you do have a problem? if you do, contact support and describe your problem.
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MAriano Benitez
AquaLogic BPM 5.7 SP1 is now available! 

Thanks a lot Mariano,
I'm starting modeling a process and I was trying to avoid the use of these special characters. I don't have problems so far. Now I will use these characters in my design. 

One of the main features of ALBPM 5.7 was Internationalization and localization.
This meant that any label that you can enter support multi-byte characters and they are all stored as UTF-8 in the backend.
Also, we added support for entering labels for different languages for most user-side texts.
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MAriano Benitez
AquaLogic BPM 5.7 SP1 is now available!

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