The ClientText.ini file contains display values that are part of every Agentry client, regardless of the application.

This is an example of the contents of the ClientText.ini and ClientTextBase.ini files.

AG3_ABOUT_MENU=&About %1...
AG3_ABOUT_NAME=Agentry Client
AG3_ABOUT_PVERSION=Published As: v

The first line is the section name [Strings], the only section in this file. The same ClientText and ClientTextBase.ini files are used by all applications that are deployed on the same version of the SAP Mobile Platform Server for a given language. The values here override the built-in components of the Agentry client and are not application-specific.

The items in the above example are those that appear when the user selects Start of the navigation path Help Next navigation step About End of the navigation path on the client. The keys for all items begin with AG3_], followed by additional text that identifies the item to which the keys pertain.

The general naming convention of the keys is:

CATEGORY represents general resource (such as a built-in screen), or definition type, (such as items related to actions). COMPONENT describes the specific component identified by the CATEGORY. So, in the above examples, ABOUT refers to the About built-in screen, and NAME refers to the name value that appears in the About screen.

The values (that is, the text that follows the equal signs in each key) are the built-in display values or resources used by the client. Changing the value in the file changes the item that appears on the client. For example, AG3_ABOUT_NAME has a value of Agentry Client, which appears in the About screen. You might want to change this value if you rebrand your application.