The following tables describe the domain pairings for which RNI provides full support. All other domain pairings have limited support, as described in Language Support Parameters. A domain refers to the language and script of a piece of text. For example, one domain might be Latin (Latn) script in the English (eng) language.
"Language" in this appendix refers to the language of use, the language of the document in which the name is found, which may not be the language of origin associated with the name. If the language of use is undetermined, use unknown (
Prior to release 7.36.0, RNI did not support any limited languages; when presented with names in those languages, an "unsupported language" error would be returned.
To set RNI to behave as it did previously, set
Name Matching Within a Language
The first table identifies the languages, and for each language the writing scripts that Rosette Name Indexer fully supports.
This table identifies the range of cross-language searching and matching that Rosette Name Indexer and name matching fully support. If your query is a name in an Arabic document in Arabic script, the query may return one or more names in English documents in Latin script, in addition to names from Arabic documents in Arabic script. If the query is a name in English and Latin script, it may return documents from any of the supported languages and their native scripts.
For supported scripts for each language, see the table in section 13.1.