If you’re living close to the fjords, or just pine for them this post is for you. Since SYDI-Server 2.0 it’s been possible to convert the xml files produced by SYDI-Server to a Word document. This is done by the script ss-xml2word.vbs.
The script takes a language file as argument and thanks to Stian Johansen we now have a language file for Norwegian. At the moment the language file is released as a patch and is located here. It will be included in the next version of SYDI-Server. Support for Italian was released a month ago.
To download SYDI go to the website.
If you want to support your native language, please contact me. Creating a language file is quite easy, just open the ones in the language directory and take a look, if you have any questions just ask me.
[tags]network documentation, norwegian, sydi, translation, inventory[/tags]