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Something about internationalization in SAP & J2EE

Hi, everybody,

As we all know, in Web Dynpro for Java, we can navigate our views to different language display with the help of MessageManager. And in J2EE, we just do the same thing by the following sentence "<%@ page language="java" contentType="text/html;charset=GBK"%>". I wonder weather Web Dynpro use the same mechanism when compiling or other time. Hope to hear from you. Thank you!

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 07:06 AM

    Hi ,

    In EP We Can do Internationalization thru

    1) Create Project -> Define Application name -> Expand your View Define a label Naamed as Testing for i18n-> Define a Text Msg in your view ,controller ,message pool , simple type in Dictionary Automatically .XLF files generated in the Directory .

    2) Go TO Navigation tool -> Select Web dyn Project -> Expand The src Folder-> Expand the Pkgs -> Copy all >xlf Files And Pste it and Rename as files .xlf to De.xlf file (According to Country Code ) .

    3) Double Click on Exah De.xlf File -> Go to Heared Tab -> in the Source Language Drop Down Select Required Target language click on Resource Text tab -> Go To text -> Rename all your Text Message in to Target language -> click on Save

    Do the same for all XLf Files .

    4) the properties for each .xlf files created automatically in NSDS

    go > Rigight click on.xlf file -> click on i18n tolls -> create Properties -> Properties File Name for all xlf files .

    Change the broweser setting to desired language .

    Regards ,

    Venkat

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