What defines a new language?

A new language is defined by associating a language name with a locale and identifying the type of language.

The language name is what you use to identify the language. The locale identifies a language-territory combination and is used to define particular system conventions, such as the format of date-time stamps.

The language type describes how you intend to use the language. Three types of language are available: Voice, Window Text, and Window Text and Voice. If you want to record voice segments in the language, the language is a Voice language. If you want to translate window text into the language, the language is a Window Text language. If you want to do both, the language is a Window Text and Voice language.

When you define a new language, Blueworx Voice Response assigns it a code. The code is a number between 1 and 255 that the system uses to identify the language. When the system displays a list of languages, it displays the number to the left of the name of the language.