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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Internationalization
Date Wed, 25 Apr 2001 13:40:53 GMT
"Tait, Allen" wrote:
> 
> I am developing an International customer service resource on the web using
> the Cocoon publishing system.  Our customer service help documents,
> currently Word docs, will be converted to XML docs.  There will be an XSL
> doc to translate them to HTML.  It seems like the best solution for
> Internationalization is to create a XML doc for each language.  Then they
> could all use the same XSL translation.  How is this specified in the XML
> and or XSL docs so requests are directed to the correct XML doc based on the
> language chosen in the user's browser?

In Cocoon 2, you can use the LanguageSelectorAction that passes a veriable
back to the pipeline so that you can use the two letter country code to
find the proper document: {lang}.

If you are concidering internationalization, I would seriously consider
Cocoon 2.

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