That's what the current 220.127.116.117 Connect Dialog (here called via dbislqc) looks like when running the German locale:
Obviously, there are two problems:
In contrast, the same dialog with English locale looks fine.
Good catch Volker.
The layout issues seem to be mostly be limited to dbisqlc ... (unless you have found other utilities ... maybe odbcad32.exe?) ... probably because, there, the connection dialogue is given a smaller windows than what is required (the Java Admin Tools and dbisql itself, won't show the positioning issues, and I cannot force it to resize the dialog small enough to make it misalign things)
In addition to your 2 noted positioning issues I can see the SLE (Single Line Edit) field for Datenbankdatei: overlaps the "Durchsuchen..." (Browse) button ... as well.
As for the options for the "Encrypt Key: " I don't believe that was ever intended to be used from this utility. That doesn't show up in the other Java Admin Tools and I suspect it only has real functionality when creating/configuring from the ODBC Driver manager. So maybe that should be removed ... It seems to have been added as a new feature for 17 and 16.0.0 for builds >=2028 (on Window SPs >=26 and builds >= 2038) as part of a more secure ENP implementation.
I will check into that part too. Localization for a DE localized Windows is still something that needs to be considered for that usage as well.
thanks for the report
answered 05 Aug '15, 13:03
Nick Elson S...