Language Configuration
Details on how to upgrade an existing language configuration from the old file format to the new file format can be found in the article Language Configuration - Upgrading.

Language Configuration

Lionbridge and inRiver uses different language codes for each of their languages, and therefor a language configuration file needs to be set up.
The language configuration is part of an xml file that will be used as a setting for the Outbound Connector, if you're running inRiver 6.3, or the Extensions if you are using inRiver PMC.

Example:

I want to translate English (Great Britain) into Swedish and Norwegian.
Considering that scenario, here is a possible language configuration file
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<Languages>
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<Language key="engb" lionbridgeCode="en-gb" inRiverCode="en" />
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<Language key="svSE" lionbridgeCode="sv-SE" inRiverCode="sv" />
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<Language key="nbNO" lionbridgeCode="nb-NO" inRiverCode="no" />
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</Languages>
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The only information we need to know about is the "key", "lionbridgeCode" and "inRiverCode" attribute for each language.
    key - The CVL value key that also needs to be defined in the source/target language CVL, this is how we locale the language configuration.
    lionbridgeCode - The language code used by Lionbridge
    inRiverCode - The language code used by inRiver
An example of how the source and target language CVL's might look like:

Source Language

Key
Value
engb
English

Target Languages

Key
Value
svSE
Swedish
nbNO
Norwegian (Bokmål)