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i18n language support in Tomcat

Michael Quentel

Joined: Oct 06, 2008
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Regarding i18n (internationalisation, locales, encodings, etc) does one programatically check what languages/charsets the container supports?

What I'd like to do is have my servlet take the request header information, as in:


then, using that data, check to see if the container supports these charsets/languages/encodings.

I see that Tomcat has JARs related to i18n in the following path:


I was hoping to find a solution more elegant than checking for File.exists() on the JARs.

Any advice, please?


--Mike Quentel
(previously have posted to JavaRanch as Mike Quentel, but I cannot remember my old password; password rules here leave much to be desired; would rather make my own password).
I agree. Here's the link:
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