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LCID in ASP.net web forms

Posted on 2011-03-10
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In Classic ASP I could set a session.LCID like this;

'Set the server locale
 Session.LCID = 1034 'Spainish - Spain

This would render all numbers, and dates etc en Spanish format.

I am building a small asp.net application (.net 4.0)  with web forms, but have a host in the USA whilte the web application is for Spain. How can I set the LCID globally for this site.

Please remember I am a beginner ;-)

Kind regards

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The same line of code is still valid in ASP.Net. No change needed :)
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