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International Language Support

The Java platform has excellent support for internationalization (I18N). It allows you to localize messages in a resource bundle that is associated with a specific user locale. A locale is a combination of a country, a language, and a variant code. JavaServer Faces fully integrates Java internationalization by allowing you to specify which locales your application supports and to register a message bundle for your application. This allows you to localize messages in different languages for your audience and to display these messages in your JSF pages. JSFToolbox fully supports JavaServer Faces message bundles and supported locale configurations.

Message Bundle Components