You can configure your integrated application to display languages based on the TeamForge site user's browser locale.

These parameters can be internationalized:

  • The description of the integrated application.

  • The title and description of the integrated application when it appears as a component on a project page.

  • The name and description of any configuration parameter.

  1. In the XML application configuration file, select the values for which you want to provide localized content.

  2. Inside the bundles tag, create a bundle tag identical to the default English bundle tag. (Keep the en bundle.)

  3. Change the value of the locale attribute of the new bundle tag to the language you are going to provide. The value for each of the internationalized tags must start with l10n.

    For example:

    <bundles>
          <bundle locale="en">
            <key name="l10n.application.description">My Test App</key>
            <key name="l10n.blogname.title">Blog Name</key>
            <key name="l10n.blogname.description">Please provide a name for the Blog. This appears on all blog pages</key>
                ........
          </bundle>
          <bundle locale="ja">    <!-- Japanese Language Translations -->
            <key name="l10n.application.description">My Test App</key>
            <key name="l10n.blogname.title">Blog Name</key>
            <key name="l10n.blogname.description">Please provide a name for the Blog. This appears on all blog pages</key>
                ........
          </bundle>
    </bundles>
    
  4. Save the application configuration file.

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