hello all, I am working on the internationalization of a big project. can anybody tell me where should I put the .properties files so that the program can find them and what should I name them exactly.
The files should be in the classpath. I think that the error message states that a file called "MessagesBundle_fr_MOR.properties" is missing. It's unusual to have a three-letter country designation like "MOR"; usually that should only be two letters.
Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer: The files should be in the classpath. I think that the error message states that a file called "MessagesBundle_fr_MOR.properties" is missing.
Either that, or
If I remember correctly, you can even have all three, and a key will be searched in all of them, from most specific to more general.
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Guessing that aymane chetibi meant "Morocco" ("Maroc" in French), the country designation is "ma". So the locale would be "fr_MA". But I find it a little surprising that the ResourceBundle code itself is looking for "fr_MOR"; perhaps the underlying code has a locale constructed in the same way.
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yes I meant Morocco. I changed it before I saw your message to fr_MR and still got the same error. java.util.MissingResourceException: Can't find bundle for base name MessagesBundle, locale fr_MR
do I have to have three files ? I want to have 2 languages, english and french. and do I have to have the country designation of can I have just MessagesBundle_fr.properties?
Also, how can I check if they are in the class path ?