Preference Object-based Internationalization for Distributed Application Framework in Java
Kenya Ishimoto - IBM Japan, Ltd.
This paper presents an approach to internationalizing a distributed Java application framework that supports multiple users in a global environment.
The JDK has locale-sensitive classes for internationalization and has one default locale. One locale was not enough for our global system management application framework. The framework has the following requirements:
This paper describes these issues, and presents our approach to solving them.
The key aspects of our approach are the following:
In conclusion, we show the benefits of this approach.
This approach benefits both framework application users and developers.
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