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How to give the data input in multiple languages to support localization

prasanthh reddy
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Joined: Sep 01, 2008
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Hi,

How can We achive the following thing using struts 2 or java
All the input components (input box, lists, combo box etc) has to support the data input in multiple languages and are customizable to accept the input for selected language
David Newton
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Set page encoding appropriately. This is more of a general servlet/I18N question than Struts, I think.
prasanthh reddy
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Hi David,

Thanks for your reply. I have a bit confusion with I18N , With this concept we can change the labels, error messages in the regional language but is it possible to give the input date in the text field or combobox in the regional laguage.Is so please help me with some information.

Thank You
David Newton
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You can type in whatever your brower/machine allows you to type in.

再見。

Entering data is a client-side issue. Getting the data from the client to Struts is an encoding issue. I'd recommend searching the web for I18N tutorials; most cover topics like this.
 
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