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Supported locale in JRC

Hi there,

I would like to know what locales are supported in the JRC.

Thanks for any info on this,

Pascal

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 01:54 PM

    Supported languages for the latest version of the Java Reporting Component (JRC) - Crystal Reports for Eclipse version 1, is described in the supported platforms list, currently found [here|http://resources.businessobjects.com/support/communitycs/TechnicalPapers/cr_for_eclipse_supported_platforms.pdf?recDnlReq=Record&dnlPath=cr_for_eclipse_supported_platforms.pdf].

    Sincerely,

    Ted Ueda

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    • Hi, Pascal,

      This page from Sun lists which locales are supported and how to use them:

      http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/util/Locale.html

      I notice that SPAIN, MEXICO, SPANISH, etc. are not in the list, but those are just default locales that it creates for you. You can create your own:

      page import="java.util.Locale"

      Locale myLocale = new Locale( "es", "ES" ) ;

      Locale.setDefault( myLocale ) ;

      will give you Spain Spanish. If you want a country that's not in the list, say Mexico ("MX"), you can find it by setting your machine's locale (Control Panel, Regional Options) then printing out Locale.getDefault(). I set my system to Spanish (Spain) and Locale.getDefault() showed "es_ES". The Locale constructor wants that as two separate strings, as shown above.

      You'll need to stop and restart Tomcat (or whichever app server you're using) when you change your machine's locale so that it'll pick it up.

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