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From Brent Atkins <brent.atk...@pro-sys.biz>
Subject Re: Multilanguage application
Date Tue, 22 Feb 2005 16:42:23 GMT
This may be overkill for what you are doing, but the Struts framework 
works just fine with Torque.  All you have to do is make a new 
ApplicationResources.properties file for each locale that you are 
dealing with.  Works like a charm.

Kintzel Levente wrote:

>
>    Hi!
>
> I want to have a database with multiple labels. I want to store them 
> in  more than one language. The label have several additional 
> informations  attached. Can you show me a design pattern for this 
> problem which works  fine with Torque.
>
> This is important for a multilanguage application. Example: For a 
> "link"  on a linkpage  I have a description in more than one language 
> and the url.  I want to store the description in several languages in 
> such a way to be  easy to maintain. Some design patterns for this 
> problem? How to design the  tables for this problem? (schema?).
>
> One solution can be: to put a column in the table for each language. 
> But  if I have a new language I must put a column in each table. The 
> problem  will be very hard to maintain.
>
> I use: Torque 3.0.2, Turbine 2.2b3, MySQL 4.18, jdk 1.4.2.05
>
> Thank you!
>
>          Levente Kintzel
>
>
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