Localized Strings in Syslog Messages
Another note concerns fields that refer to text in a specific language. When an event containing one of these fields is triggered, the resulting value is a localized string. When a localized string field is returned, the field name will change to include the value's language.
For example, the subject field of an access invite event returns a localized string. If an access invite's subject is changed, the resulting message would appear in the following format:
- Oct 12 14:53:24 example_host BG: 1234:01:01:site=access.example.com;…<data truncated>…event=customizable_text_changed;public_site:id=1;old_user:invite:email:subject:en-us=Access Session Invitation from %USER_NAME%;old_user:invite:email:subject:it=Invito alla sessione di accesso da %USER_NAME%;new_ user:invite:email:subject:en-us=Join %USER_NAME%'s Session;new_ user:invite:email:subject:it=Partecipa a Sessione di %USER_NAME%
Note that even if your BeyondTrust Appliance does not have multiple languages installed, all applicable messages will be formatted as localized strings.