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Internationalization with EntireX

../graphics/gr_b_sm.gif Introduction

Software internationalization is the process of designing products and services so that they can be adapted easily to a variety of different local languages and cultures. Internationalization within EntireX means internationalization of messages: the incoming and outgoing messages are converted to the desired codepage of the platform in use.

../graphics/gr_b_sm.gif Best Approach Provides information to assist you in deciding which internationalization approach is the most appropriate.
../graphics/gr_b_sm.gif Locale String Mapping

A locale provides a means of identifying a specific region for the purposes of internationalization and localization. EntireX sends properties of the operating system locale to the Broker, using the locale string.

../graphics/gr_b_sm.gif Locale String Mapping Tables Provides tables used during the process of mapping the locale string to codepages within the broker for the internationalization approaches ICU conversion and SAGTRPC user exit.
../graphics/gr_b_sm.gif Preparing EntireX Components for Internationalization How to prepare or configure EntireX components to force a locale string to be sent.

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