RapidIdentity Product Guide: Legacy UI

Understanding the Localization Tree

Localization precedes RapidIdentity 3.2, which means that many values in the Localization Tree correspond to names no longer used within current Identity Automation and RapidIdentity branding (e.g. Marketing and Component or Module names).

For example, the first localization container is called net.idauto.arms.aam. In this container, "arms" is the acronym for "Access Request Management System" which is now called RapidIdentity Portal. Similarly, "aam" is the acronym of "Application Access Module" which is now called Applications. To understand container labels and other deprecated acronyms and names, consult the localization nomenclature table.