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Develop and assemble internationalized applications
Internationalize applications Internationalize interface strings (localizable-text API) Internationalize application components (internationalization service) Migrate internationalized applications Use the internationalization context API Assemble internationalized applications
Develop asynchronous beans objects
Deploy and administer applications (same as any application type) Deploy applications (IBM Education Assistant) Administer applications (IBM Education Assistant) Administer the internationalization service Enable the internationalization service for servlets and enterprise beans Enable the internationalization service for EJB clients
Troubleshoot internationalized applications
internationalization service errors
Documentation Internationalization Presentations IBM Education Assistant offers:
See Chapter 16 of the IBM Redbook WebSphere Application Server Enterprise V5 and Programming Model Extensions
Tutorials are not available at this time.
The Samples Gallery offers:
- Internationalization service currency exchange sample
The Currency exchange application exchanges U.S. dollars to foreign currencies, or vice versa, and illustrates the use of the Internationalization service in performing server-side localizations that are sensitive to client-side locale information. The Internationalization service manages the propagation of locale and time zone information, collectively referred to as Internationalization context, between client and server application components. Within server components, Currency exchange uses internationalization context with the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) Internationalization API to perform localizations, such as resource isolation, collation, and message formatting.
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