Oracle Tutor - Using the Language Tables to Customize your Process Documentation
By mkeane on Mar 29, 2011
Oracle Tutor supports process documentation written in many languages, including Russian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. The Tutor language tables contain templates for fourteen languages, and we have many customers who have added their own language template to the language tables.
You can also use these language tables to map company-specific language to the Oracle Tutor terms.
Let's use the fictitious company Vision Enterprises as an example. Vision would like to map their company standard terminology to Tutor, rather than changing all of their documentation.
After identifying the company-specific terms that need to map to the Oracle Tutor terms, the user will create a Vision language in the language tables.
The language associated with the document must be changed to the new language.
Tutor software will now recognize the new mapped terms. In the following example, the procedure uses the term "End" rather than "End of Activity," and Tutor Author is able to generate a flowchart.
For more information, see Author User Manual, Chapter 8, "Using Tutor's Language Tables."
If you've made modifications to the Tutor language tables to map your key terms, let us know. I'm sure others would like to hear your success story.
- Mary R. Keane, Senior Development Manager