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How to test internationalization in java using locale

Aishvarya Morolia
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I wanna test my application wch takes input from user as in some of the details of a computer configuration. i wanna test my web application on different languages as well for all the user of the world ... somebody plzz help me asap.
M K Rayapudi
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refer java.lang.Locale
Almost all the frameworks are supporting I18n, it is more easy with Frameworks.


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Aishvarya Morolia
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Apologies for the same bear.Will keep in mind and make sure will not be repeated in future and thanks murali for the valuable input.It really helped.
Anuj Rathi
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To test internationalization using your browser, it's easy to do it with Firefox. You should install an add-on called "quick locale switcher".
Ulf Dittmer
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It's not necessary to install any add-ons. In Firefox you can select different languages under "Preferences -> Content -> Languages".


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Ketan Parikh
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It is really easy to set different languages (locales) in Internet Explorer (Version 8).
Tools -> Internet Options -> Languages (on General Tab)

If you want to set different locale in windows, you may try Control Panel -> Regional And Language Options.

To test it, you may write a sample program to display Date using locale.

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