ResourceBundles expect language codes to be lowercase and country codes to be uppercase in the property file name. So the filename should be 'message_US.properties' or 'message_en_US.properties'. The JavaDocs for ResourceBundle.getBundle() JavaDocs show what order different combinations will be loaded in. The JavaDocs for Locale links lists of valid language and country codes.
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posted 10 years ago
Thanks. It is working fine when I changed my properties file name from 'msgbundle_us.properties' to 'msgbundle_en_US'.I have another project that uses canadian english. So i have the properies file name as 'msgbundle_en_CA'. I am getting same WARNING 'ResourceBundle [msgbundle] not found for MessageSource: Can't find bundle for base name message, locale en_US'.
How can i get rid of this message here? I may not have en_US properties file in my project. My project is in Spring framework.