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DtHelpSetCatalogName(library call)	    DtHelpSetCatalogName(library call)

NAME
       DtHelpSetCatalogName  --	 assign	the name of the	message	catalog	to use
       for help	services

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Dt/Help.h>
       void DtHelpSetCatalogName(
       char *catFile);

DESCRIPTION
       The DtHelpSetCatalogName	function provides an  interface	 for  applica-
       tions  to  set  the name	of the message catalog file that the help ser-
       vices library uses at  runtime.	 This  message	catalog	 contains  all
       strings,	 messages  and button labels used in the help widgets that can
       be localized.

       The catFile argument specifies the name of  the	message	 catalog  file
       that  the help services library accesses	at runtime.  See catopen3C for
       more information	on the message catalog naming and  location  semantics
       for various environments.

RETURN VALUE
       The DtHelpSetCatalogName	function returns no value.

APPLICATION USAGE
       The  DtHelpSetCatalogName function is only required if applications de-
       liver localized online help information into a non-localized XCDE desk-
       top environment.	 In this case, applications must use this function and
       give the	help message catalog file a unique name	in order to avoid col-
       lision  with  other clients using and localizing	their online-help user
       interface.  In order for	this call to properly affect the help services
       library,	this call must be made prior to	creation of any	help widgets.

SEE ALSO
       Dt/Help.h  -  DtHelp(5),	 DtCreateHelpQuickDialog(3),  DtCreateHelpDia-
       log(3); catopen3C.

					    DtHelpSetCatalogName(library call)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | RETURN VALUE | APPLICATION USAGE | SEE ALSO

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