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Localization is a fairly large topic, but essentially it is supported throughout .NET.  As such, the Design Pattern Framework supports localization.

To get the errormessage to display in a different language you need something like this:

[Required(ErrorMessageResourceType = typeof(Resources.Errors), 
          ErrorMessageResourceName = "CompanyName_Required")]
Remember that in ASP.NET you also need to set the current culture on the Thread, like so:.

Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture = new System.Globalization.CultureInfo("fr");
Here is a link to a discussion on these issues (but you can easily find many more references on localization).

http://forums.asp.net/p/1433699/3264915.aspx
 
I hope this gets you going.

 
Dan McMillan, Sep 10, 2010


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