A brief description on architecture of locale and codeset support in Netscape Application Server version 4.0 will be provided. It's useful to build multilingual business application. Developers can effectively create their EJB (Enterprise Java Beans) compliant business logic with this solution. In this architecture, legacy character set can coexist with Unicode. It will be an effective solution for maintain legacy character set and move gradually to Unicode solution. Developers can develop any language application with their localized Operating system and then deploy it to single Netscape Application Server cluster environment.

In this way, for example, Japanese, Chinese and Korean language application can be developed by various environment and single Netscape Application Server will host all of those application. Implementation sample will also be shown as demo. It will include multilingual application, legacy character set application with multiple language support and traditional application running on the same Netscape Application Server which could be run on heterogeneous character set Operating System environment. It will be a good methodology to bring up your Intranet/Internet application from one data center to all over the world.

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