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hello every body,
I want to lean more about Globalization,if there is a new technologie wich allows me to gain time because i have a very large application and i would like to avoid the use of Xml file at every turn.
Thinks for your attention.
Posted 8-Jan-13 3:20am
Updated 8-Jan-13 3:22am
Sandeep Mewara 8-Jan-13 9:25am
Your tags does not clearly speak what kind of application you are working on!

Can you be clear on what you are working on and want to learn now?
Exactly. I would advise to address one technology at a time, to start with...
zakoura 9-Jan-13 3:40am
After the developement of my application, I realized that I have not taken globalization on considération.So now i must analyze each resource file composant.I'have hundreds of pages in the appliction. So Im looking for a simple tool wich generate automatically.
The idea of globalization is that you do not assume any particular language in your logic (including sized of controls, all should be floating); and all which could be changed is in resources. But later, adding a resource automatically resolves it; it's done by .NET automatically, you only specify the culture, even during runtime...
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You may use following tools, they can work in all kind of ASP.NET applications.

Resource Refactoring Tool, available at:[^], it will extract hard coded strings from the code to resource files.

after extraction, you can use Zeta Resource Editor, available at:[^], it enables you to edit string resources from multiple different resource files together inside one single data grid.

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