Last post Jan 29, 2008 05:46 PM by admalreddy
Jan 29, 2008 05:46 PM|admalreddy|LINK
My .NET 1.1 web project (VS.NET 2003) contains tens of pages and each page is being translated into at least 25-50 languages.
I am just starting and am flabbergasted that I have to store literally almost a thousand files in the project and traverse through those to get to a code file! I'm sure there a better way of managing RESX files in Visual Studio 2003....or is it plain
"wishful thinking" ? I noticed how if a control is called UserControl.ascx, the code file would be UserControl.ascx.cs and the resource file (UserControl.ascx.resx) would be CASCADED with the code behind file. Is there anyway at all that I can do that with
say UserControl.ascx.hi-IN.resx ?
I know that in VS.NET 2005 it puts all the RESX files into the separate folder. Is there a more elegant way in
Thanks in advance!