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Myra Rose
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I came across following Job position on Internet..

Design and develop an SDK for globalization and localization. The SDK includes web services, service components and tools.
The following problem domains are to be addressed: (1) common business functions, but the underlying logic implementation or business rules vary according to local requirements such as address validation and currency treatment, (2) text translation, and (3) data, information, and UI presentation (calendar, date/time, measurement, color, logos, etc) as dictated by local standards, custom and culture. Job Requirements The successful candidate must have deep knowledge and extensive experiences in system architecture design and development. Must be proficient in either J2EE or .NET platform. Must have developed SOAP-based web services.


Can anybody elaborate on terms like currency treatment, text translation?

Need to understand, as a developer what is one supposed to do - IN SIMPLE LANGUAGE...

Thx in advance.
 
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Originally posted by Ritika Agarwal:
I came across following Job position on Internet..


Can anybody elaborate on terms like currency treatment, text translation?

Need to understand, as a developer what is one supposed to do - IN SIMPLE LANGUAGE...

Thx in advance.


By currency treatment, I'm sure they mean the formatting of money in different regions or locales.
US Currency starts with a '$' character and is usually displayed with two digits to the right of the decimal point.
One thousand dollars US would appear as:
$1,000.00

I would expect to run into exchange rate conversion issues too.

I'm sure, by text translation they mean the same types of things.
In English, text is read from left to right.
In Hebrew; right to left.
Asian language are usually read from top to bottom.
etc...
 
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