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From "Colin MacDonald" <co...@templarcorp.com>
Subject RE: I18n via Renderer
Date Fri, 07 Jun 2002 15:13:29 GMT
First off, thanks for the very detailed reply!

It sounds like your MessageFormatter approach is much better
than my Renderer wackiness.  I had thought it would be nifty
if the message translation could be done completely
transparently, but I think you're right about it not really
being workable.

Colin MacDonald  |  Software Developer  |  Templar Corporation  |

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike_McAngus
> Sent: Thursday, June 06, 2002 7:02 PM
> To: Log4J Users List
> Subject: Re: I18n via Renderer
> We plan to use ResourceBundles for every supported language, with the
> default bundle being US English (where our headquarters are).
> Each message has a key.
> Each message also has embedded parameters that can be substituted with
> information supplied by the User or from I14ED tables.  No
> message/log/display text is directly supplied by the application.
> The applications know about message keys, parameter ids, and where to get
> the data for parameter substitutions.
> We have a MessageFormatter that uses the message key to obtain the
> Locale-Specific message from the proper ResourceBundle and performs the
> parameter substitutions.
> We supply the completed message to Log4J if the message must be logged.
> However, this general mechanism is more often used to simply display
> informational messages to the Users.
> Mike McAngus
> Associate Chief Engineer
> Wendy's International
> Knowledge Management
> 614-764-6776
>         To:     "Log4j-User" <log4j-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>         cc:
>         Subject:        I18n via Renderer
> So, what's the normal way of setting up log4j to display locale-specific
> messages?  I've messed around a bit with creating a Renderer to
> do it, but I haven't been able to get that to work.
> Any ideas?  Thanks!
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> Colin MacDonald  |  Software Developer  |  Templar Corporation  |

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