Implementing Multilingual Applications in Microsoft .NET
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by Joydip Kanjilal
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Conclusion

Localization enables the building of software applications that can respond to an increasingly global economy.  This implies designing an application to work in multiple locales.  If the infrastructure is in place, tuning the application to support a new locale is hardly a matter of time and effort.  This article has discussed the related concepts and the techniques involved for developing multilingual applications.  I hope that the readers will find the concepts presented in this article useful.  I would appreciate readers' comments and suggestions.  Happy reading!


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Title: What about localized Databases?   
Name: Rojalin
Date: 2006-09-28 6:54:50 AM
Comment:
many many tx for this article
Title: Implementing Multilingual Applications in Microsoft .NET   
Name: rambabu
Date: 2006-09-12 7:22:14 AM
Comment:
The article is very nice and the author explained in simple terms to understand the various aspects of Globailization and Localization.I liked this article very much.
Title: What about localized Databases?   
Name: Max
Date: 2006-09-12 4:58:25 AM
Comment:
Hi,
thank you very much for your article!
I have always been looking around for a standardized way of localizing db-entries. For instance if I run a web-shop which must be available to german and english customers my descriptions of my articles must be in german and english.
Of course this has to be stored in a DB and not in embedded resources.






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