Thursday Dec 13, 2012

How to force ADF to speak your language (or any common language) in the logs

When I started working for Oracle, one of the first tasks I was given was to contribute some content to a great ADF course Frank and Chris are building. Among other things, they asked me to work on a module about Internationalization. While doing research work, I unearthed a little gem I had overlooked all those years. 

JDeveloper, as you may know, speaks your language - as long as your language is English, that is. Oracle ADF, on the other hand, is a citizen of the world. It is available in more than 25 different languages. But while this is a wonderful feature for end users, it is rather cumbersome for developers. Why is that? Have you ever tried to search the OTN forums for a solution with a non-English error message as your query? I have, once. But how can you force ADF to use English for its logging operations? 
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Frédéric Desbiens

The musings of a member of the Mobility and Development Tools Product Management team.

I focus here on my favorite development frameworks, namely Oracle ADF and the Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF), but also have a strong interest in SOA and web services.

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