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Excuse my English;

I'm developing a multi-language website with JSP;
I don't want to replicate the site for each language.

Can anybody tell me how can I do it?

I've hear about literal codes in JSP pages and a database that stores the literal codes and the translation for each language. Is it a good idea?

Please help.
Thanks
Raul
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Depending on how far you want to go with things...
I'd heavily recommend looking at Struts.

http://jakarta.apache.org/struts/
http://www.anassina.com/struts/i18n/i18n.html

I'm currently using Struts for i18n (internationalization), its great framework and best practices (MVC) enforcement.

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Resource Bundle is the best way to start with.
Place all the bundle properties files in lib\locale folder For each page for each languauge u can unvoke that bundle , thats very fast also..

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I disagree with this one.  I believe ph0rman and I have given enough resources to help the user out.

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