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Veritas Classification Engine: Creating a policy for Japanese language

Hi All, I am using EV 12.3 and trying to create a policy to classify items in Japanese and failing at the first hurdle. I have created a very simple policy where I am just looking initially to indentify a document to be in the Japanese language. Veritas Information Classification does not seem to think the test document is in Japanese. I do want to go onto create a more complex policy once I get over this initial step. I can't find much information on the web as I keep getting directed to lanagiage support documents. I have three questions.

1) Which vesions of Japanese language does EV support?

2) Do I need to do additional configuration (ie add a module I don't know about) to get this to work?

3) Can anyone direct me to documents/resources that can help me with what I am attemting to do?

4 Replies

Re: Veritas Classification Engine: Creating a policy for Japanese language

Hi Billie,

What classification method are you using? If Veritas Information Classifier, there is not much information available online and I believe Support is your best friend on this.

--Virgil

Re: Veritas Classification Engine: Creating a policy for Japanese language

Hi Virgil, I am using Veritas Information Classifier. I got it working in the end. It does pick up Japanese kanji. When looking to match content I needed to do a string match.  I am not sure if I need to specify both the 'language is' as well as the content as VIC seems to find a hit in Japanese for content only. I am assuming that reason for the langauge option in the policy is for looking for foriegn lanaguage documents. Thank you for your response

Re: Veritas Classification Engine: Creating a policy for Japanese language

Hi Billie, thanks for the update, glad you got it working. I agree with you, I believe the reason for the language option under the policy is for classifying foreign language data.

--Virgil

Re: Veritas Classification Engine: Creating a policy for Japanese language

You don't need to use the 'language is' condition as well as the text for matching content - just the text condition is sufficient.

You would only use 'language is' if you want to restrict results to documents whose primary language is Japanese.  It's rare to have such a requirement, so you probably don't want that.