Last post Jun 19, 2008 05:26 AM by Mr_Menon
Jun 19, 2008 04:10 AM|Mr_Menon|LINK
I am not specifying anything about Globalization in my main Web.Config. But still My aspx forms in Greek ones are showing Dates and currency in en-US format?
Any suggestions or help will be appreciated.
Jun 19, 2008 05:06 AM|jaloplo|LINK
I don't know exactly what you meaning when you talk about two folders with different languages.
The main objective of Resource in an application is to present information in order of the language of the user (or whatever you specify). So, when you use resx files to show text in greek or english you must have two resx files, one for each of them. In
addition, you can have global resource files or local resource files. The first is something more global for the application, and local resource files are for pages individually.
Please, search on google about this:
Jun 19, 2008 05:14 AM|Mr_Menon|LINK
Thank you about the resx. I know that. I have Two folder with aspx files. Well the languages are different and the logic and everything is also different. So its not that i have created two folders separate just because i need different languages. No i know
i can use Resource Manager and app_localresources by generate localresources ....etc. .. I think somewhere by default my currentlocale has become en-US. And i need el-GR. I searched in my entire solution and i am not using anywhere Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentLocale.
I am even writing in my web.config of this folder(Greek aspx forms) globalization el-GR.but. Worst even i tired individually from the aspx page to change them, which doesnt work? strange. Its really frustrating..
Is there any command by which i can check my currenctlocale ?
Jun 19, 2008 05:26 AM|Mr_Menon|LINK
Thanks alot. I found my problem..i have a base form where i was initialing the culture...my problem