Sets the Locale ID used by automation and ActiveX controls.
Specifies the Locale ID. The following list contains the Locale IDs supported in Visual FoxPro:
SYS(3005) sets the global Locale ID (LCID). The Locale ID determines the language in which automation and ActiveX controls exchange information. The default Visual FoxPro Locale ID is 1033, English.
|Using the DefOLELCID Property is the preferred method for setting a Locale ID for a form or the main Visual FoxPro window. The automation command language is affected only by the Global LocaleID, set with SYS(3005). The DefOLELCID and OLELCID properties affect only the language of the user interface, which ActiveX controls display, and not the language of the automation commands.|
For example, assume you have installed the German version of Microsoft Excel 5.0, which supports both English and German commands. In this case, the following example makes it possible for you to start and close the German version of Microsoft Excel 5.0:
LOCAL loExcel_Enu AS Excel.APPLICATION, ; loExcel_Deu AS Excel.APPLICATION loExcel_Enu = CREATEOBJECT('Excel.Application') && Starts Excel ? SYS(3005, 1033) && English Locale ID loExcel_Enu.QUIT && Closes Excel with English command loExcel_Deu = CREATEOBJECT('Excel.Application') ? SYS(3005, 1031) && German Locale ID loExcel_Deu.Beenden && Closes Excel with German command
For additional information about Locale IDs, see the Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit documentation.