Configuration :: ResourceManager And Resx Files - Files To Display Items In Multiple Languages
Oct 13, 2010
Message.Error (en-GB = "Error", fr-FR = "Erreur")
The messages http handler works great in development, however when I run the application on a test server, I get the error: Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture or the neutral culture. Make sure "Resources.Alerts.resources" was correctly embedded or linked into assembly "App_GlobalResources.b0n9j90e" at compile time, or that all the satellite assemblies required are loadable and fully signed. The code that I use to acccess the resource file is:
Where Resources.Alerts is the type that contains my multi-lingual definitions. The build action for the Alerts.resx file is set to "Embedded Resource". Any ideas why this works locally but not on my test server, am I missing something?
I am a little bit of confused here. I translated resx files to lots of languages, and I am looking for the best way to allow user to select it's language.I think that maybe a country selection would be better then a language selection. what do you think?I have a .resx file translation of about 100 languages. What is missing now is an easy to use DropDownList with flags (auto population according to the resx files)I am looking for an easy way to associate the DropDownlList.SelectedIndex to the CultureInfo property, so user will be able select the corect language.Since this is a common use, Is there a ready to use control doing so?
For my translations I'm making use of embedded .resx files. Some of these translations I wish to override with another .resx file, which is not embedded (ex. ~/App_Localresources/translations.en-US.resx).
The purpose of this is that after the application is compiled and deployed, a user could change the .resx file manually to override some of the embedded translations.
Is there a way to use the normal ResourceManager for this? (in .NET 4)
I've used a very interesting article (which i recommend, you can see it here :http://adamyan.blogspot.com/), and i've started to localize my asp net mvc2 site.However, i've come to a point where i don't know if it would be possible to do something else, or if i just have to do it this way The thing is, most of the pages are text and links and stuff. In general, all of the links i have them using some markup and calling the Html.ActionLink (for example). So, if i'm translating a page that has 20 links, i would have to split all of those texts into 20 entries in the resx file (and the Html.ActionLink text would have to have its own resx entry, of course). I find this a little bit unpractical. Is there a way to just copy the whole contents, and make some intermediary parse the tags in the resx file and call the appropriate code?
Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture or the neutral culture. Make sure "MessagesResource.resources" was correctly embedded or linked into assembly "App_Web_eerdggo8" at compile time, or that all the satellite assemblies required are loadable and fully signed.
I have two webconfig files, on in the root directory and one in the other directory. I dont know how to access or specify for the particular pages or APIs those are in the folder.Root webconfig file used by another section and the 2nd one accessed by another api. I have no idea about that
I have the intranet application project with using properties.resources class. There is a resources.resx file.Now I have generated using resgen.exe from txt file into different languages resx file, e.g. resources.Fr.resx...( resgen fr.txt resources.Fr.resx)How to apply resources.resx or resources.Fr.resx into the program with setting and configuration??e.g. In resources.designer.cs, it has culture setting. Is it related?
I'm using resx files to localize my asp.net 2.0 application. As it's freeware I need the help of many users translating it for free. I don't want to use automatic translation as there are my special terms which need to be translated exactly.Is there somewhere an online tool where resx-files could be translated? My users might have different operating systems, so having an online tool would be the best to find new users translating the pages.
I am trying to open different types of files that I have uploaded on my sql server database. I would like to display all the list of files in Gridview. When user click the link it should open download dialog box and should be able to open its particular applications such as word, excel, browsers etc.
I have a need to display multiple .mht files in one asp.net web page dynamically.
I tried to use iframce to display these multiples .mht files but ran into the auto height issues (scroll bar is not working as per my customer requirement). I searched the internet and found several posts with auto resize java code but ran into access denied problem even my .mht files are in the same domain. Spent a couple of days try different java auto ifamce resize examples code but none works for me so far.
I found some post about using a div html tag to display .html file without worry about the auto heigth issue but not sure how to implement it.
iframe auto iframce resize working examples.. or how dipslay these .mht files in div html tag without using the IE scroll bar.
I was just wondering guys, how did you manage to update website's content with resx(resources) files.Did you manage user's database with connection, accessing to this page. I need to make a poll as well, should I use sharepoint or c# with a database?
I was wondering if there are any free/OS resx files for phrases commonly used among websites. For instance, we all use save/submit/retry/cancel/etc. and I'd be surprised if there wasn't a library out there with these standard phrases in multiple languages.
I would like to have several websites that use the same styles, scripts, and App_GlobalResources. What would be the best way to structure my websites (web applications) to use the same files? I also need to share user controls with code behind.
I'm trying to display a list of Excel files that are stored in multiple folders in adatagrid but the .GetFiles part of the routine in my loop only gets the very last excel file rather than all that meet the criteria. Below is the code I've been working on for several days. This is the first time I have tried to use a "For next loop," and I am having much trouble with this. Using the same loop code posted I was able to verify that the loop was working by appending some text into a temporary label.
In my web site which is basically a monitor application I have to keep a configuration file which contains some web servers name, names of web sites hosted on each web server, url and port numbers etc.
Can anyone please explain me what are the benefits of treating this configuration file as custom configuration file of my web application and reading it using "ConfigurationSection" or "IConfigurationSectionHandler" rather than treating it as a normal xml file and reading it using 'XMLDocument' or 'XMLTextReader' or 'XLINQ' etc? This will save me from creating an entry in in the web.config file as well this custom configuration file.
Given a set of uploaded files in Request.Files, how do figure out which form field yielded which file?
I have a generic form emailer that various forms post to. This file generates an email of the name/value pairs contained in the form post. I'm trying to add support for uploaded files such that the table of name/value pairs will show the name of the file upload element and the name that the file was saved as.
However, I can't figure out how to link that information together. HttpPostedFile doesn't contain any information about the HTTP request (like which field name was used), and Request.Form doesn't contain any entries for uploaded files.
So while I can easily upload the files, I don't have an easy way to generate an email saying "this uploaded file was for this field, and this uploaded file was for that field".