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Multi-language Support

Paolo Robertson

Joined: Oct 11, 2009
Posts: 7
Hi everyone, need your help please.

Can someone give me a background on how to implement multi-language support in a Java web application? For this specific problem, my application needs to display and accept Hungarian special characters.

1. How does multi-language support work in general?

2. What things in the web application do I have to configure to support this feature? Config file changes? Any jar to import?

3. Do I have to put some changes in the individual JSPs?

Thanks so much for any response.
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Paolo Robertson

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I agree. Here's the link:
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