Using Localized Resources with Enterprise Library 3 Validation
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Published: 20 Apr 2007
In addition to showing you some of the other features available in Enterprise Library 3, this article will show you how to use localized resources in a custom Validator class and how you can validate against multiple textual formats.
by Brian Mains
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Localization and Globalization are key terms in web development these days.  Companies are pushing their sites into global markets, creating a need to develop diverse web sites and client applications.  This requires the developer of an application to plan appropriately in the design and development of a site, which means the developer not only has to understand everything about the programming language and tools with which they are working, they also need to understand the structure and syntax of data in world cultures as well.  This can create many difficulties because it is hard to find that kind of information on the web that is also reliable and accurate.

To illustrate what capabilities you can build into components, I plan to continue my series on Enterprise Library 3 Validation by creating two components that utilize validation in multiple cultures:  ZipCodeValidator and PhoneNumberValidator classes.  You would not believe how hard it can be to plan these appropriately.  I will explain next.

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Title: Great Help   
Name: Tarun
Date: 2007-04-26 6:04:28 AM
well its really a good help regarding the Enterprise Library 3.0.

I want to same thing for Exception Application block in which i have to localized the exception messages.

Can any one please help me about it.



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