Localization :: Multi-Language Website Which Process Is Better?
Aug 10, 2010
I want to build multi-language website in asp.net 2008 and asp.net 2010. So, which process is better for building application? Using either Local and Global Resource or New Folder to make separate according to language?
Application performance should be good and also easy manageable.
I have downloaded and reviewed this tutorial [URL] several times. It seems simple enough however the app_GlobalResource file is not working... so here it is.
I downloaded the sample project c# version, the website run nicely except for the global part. When I change the language in IE8 it doesn't change on the page. What is missing, is there something in IE 8 that needs to be turned on or off? I have Win7x64, VS08, IIS running asp 2.0 and IE8.
When I am inside VS08 and use the expressions property the app_GlobalResource link is there (the default) but doesn't switch between the languages.
i developing multi language website using Master pages Page_Load i set the Text property of Button Control from Resource file
Button1.Text = GetLocalResourceObject("Button1") then in the button click event i cnage the text of the Button control Button1.Text = GetLocalResourceObject("Button1_new") but the text doesn't change and no error messgae what is the problem how to solve this
i want to develope an asp.net website which support multi language like french ,english, german how to do this with out any hard code also user must not b aware of how the site is changing it language he just click on country flag and the site language change to that country national language
I am building a website using Asp.net with C# and back end support is SQL server.How to add multilingual support to it?Like in google or facebook there are various link button for various languages?I want to implement the same thing.
I am using master pages and i want to benefit mywebsite with localization.
i created a baseclass below, then i used this class in my default.aspx and it worked fine. but how can i change the culture from site.master page then other pages should uinherit the culture. by doing the base class it is not exactly giving me what i want.
I want a program that can keep track of all components that need translation (labels, strings, fields), and then I can give the pieces to a person to translate and gather the translated text back into to the program and it will compile all of the text into a new application in the foreign language. I did find Sisulizer (a localization tool) but it doesnt work with Asp.net Controls properly.
I'm a software manager that want to select a Reporting engine and develop international application , i want to know Dose SSRS support multi-languages environments(Special in Report Builder for end users) or not ?
The content of the web site I am creating is expected to store data for multiple languages. What I mean by the content is the actual data stored in the database (SQL Server 2008 R2). For example I have a database table to store available packages and one of the columns in this table is the description which is shown on the web site. This description should be stored in multiple languages for example (en, fr, de). What is the best way(s) to get this done, I can of course have the same table with multiple columns (each column representing a single language) and code the data access layer to load the proper column based on the current language, but is there an easier way? An ideal situation is where like in ASP.NET the database automatically detects the current language and return the proper column
I am on .net 2.0 and using the Ajax calendar on ajaxcontroltoolkit version 1.0.10920.32880 and am using the multi-language capability built in. There is one issue. The word "Today" doesn't get translated. I have tried an older version of ajaxcontroltoolkit and the word "Today" does get translated. In the1.0.10920.32880 there is the ability to set the popup position of the calendar control and in the older version where the "Today" translation works it doesn't. Even in the sample source code of the ajaxcontrol tool kit the word today doesn't get translated when I set the culture to a culture other than english.
Is there a version that works with asp.net 2.0 that the translation works?