[opencms-dev] chinese localization help

Alexander Kandzior alex at opencms.org
Thu May 15 08:25:01 CEST 2003


First you must OpenCms install in UTF-8 encoding. This is required for
asian language support. ISO-8859-1 is only for western european

When you create the localization property file, you must follow standard
java guidelines for localization. These require that localization
property files must be written in ISO-8859-1 encoding. You can create
the property file in e.g. UTF-8, but then you must first translate the
file with the native2ascii tool available in the Jsdk. 



for more information

Best Regards,

Alexander Kandzior
Alkacon Software - The OpenCms Experts

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> Subject: [opencms-dev] chinese localization help
>     hi,i just want to localization it into chinese,and  i 
> followed the 
> steps told in the docs,
> "Howto: Translating the OpenCms workplace ",but the values of 
>  buttons 
> which i translated displayed "?",who can tell me what should 
> i do next?
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