i am creating a website in 4 languages. all the labels and buttons should chage as per the users choice. the language details should not be hard coded and it has to come from the databse for each language. Instead of doing it manually(depends upon the language selection fetch the data from the databse and show the labels etc) do we have any inbuild Techno ledge to achieve this in a faster way.
I am developing a multi language site that has 40 languages. The database is relatively small both data and table Count.I need to display the contents in 40 different languages.should I translate the content and store the translated data in the database (40 different times)?
should I translate the content at runtime using a translation service like google translate? or what?its the large number of languages thats scary.
I am working on an ASP.net web application, the application need to display text in English, Chinese and Japanese based on the parameters passed, however the culture settings such as currency symbol, time and number format should remain as en-US locale.
My understanding about ASP.Net localization is a package deal, am I wrong? If I am right, the only way to do this is to roll my own solution?
I have addded some different languages into database table column(NText), then im retrieving the data and display it on the Dropdownlist and Gridview but some of the languages(like Korea, Japan) displays as boxes.
I am not sure where to put this question... but, we have a SQL Server 2005 -> .net 2.?? application that is suppose to be made available to multiple countries and in multiple languages..... can someone give me some direction on how a single datastore can be pulled out and displayed in multiple languages and then those data inputs from multiple languages can be stored in their native language?
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?
I am part of a development team building a new ASP.NET 3.5 web application. Two of us are C# coders, and the other is a VB.NET coder.
I know that we can mix languages on a per-project basis, and one can build classes in one language that inherit from classes written in the other language in a different project (which we are already doing), but I can see us getting into a situation where we might well end up with cyclic dependencies between our various project DLLs.
Other than simply having a high number of projects (more seperation of concerns into more libraries), how have you managed this situation on your own projects?
Note - I believe this question to be different enough from the only similar match I could find (this one) on the basis that we are not wanting to use different languages in order to take advantage of their specific features per se, but rather to make use of what developer resource is available to us (i.e. one dev just happens to be VB.NET only).
I am implementing the Ecommerce projects, where I need to static SessionID, is there any way to maintain the SessionID in the Entire Application.Explanation of my question is herehttp://stackoverflow.com/questions/2467644/session-sessionid-in-asp-netbut How can I implement this approach.
I am developing a web application. This application is fully customised based on the user settings. Suppose, application hosted on [URL] and user can signup on the website and it will get the domain like [URL] and for user2 will be [URL] so and so forth. so in this case how would I maintain the session for each user? each user will be representing a single website along with public interface and admin pages.
what I am thinking is to store all the setting (for each user) in the database and then when ever server received request then get the user info from the URL (first time only and after get it from the session) and get user details but I am not very much satisfied with this approach.
Recently we've developed an E-Commerce web application for a client. We are at the stage before launch and the client is not happy to disclosing live merchant account details to us because they don't want us to potentially being able to see their clients' data.
Since we are going to maintain their website (running off their servers but we will still have access to the site files) I cannot see an easy solution to this other than trust.
How to implement and maintain E-commerce application when business don't want to disclose merchant details to developers?
In my application i used .resx files. Now i need to deploy my application in a single dll. Once i deploy and add this dll as a refernce in other client applications then the culture specific dlls are added under Bin directory in client application. I don't want this to happen. Should i embed or link the satellite assembly in my applicaion to avoid this? if so how to do this?
I had created ASP.Net Web Application named 'Traning Management System' (in English) for my company. Now my boss wants me to translate that application to Arabic language. He wants everything to be in arabic. I don't know how to do it. I searched in google and came to know about localization and globalization. I could not understand the topics. My application contains 1 master page, 5 .aspx pages. The pages mostly contains labels, textboxes, gridview, buttons and other controls. The project also contains reports.