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Does anyone know how to support Internationalization and Localization in EJB.
How to implement a code for this.
Any books on this?
 
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You could try 'Essentials of the Java Programming Language: A Hands on Guide' by Monica Pawlan. It has a section tackling the subject of Java internationalisation and localisation, and is aimed at the beginner to medium level of experience rather than experts. Its approach is hands-on, with source code examples using RMI clients and servers with a GUI front-end.
 
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This is a beginner's book for Java
but iam looking for creating Resource Bundles like look at below JSP code
Below i created locale as
when i try to open the below jsp in the browser it takes TestResources file(i.e list Resource Bundle)default English instead of German (TestResources_de)

(edited post to add 'CODE' tags for preserving formatting. See UBB tag info - George)
[This message has been edited by George Brown (edited November 17, 2000).]
 
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