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Posted on 2013-11-17
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Hi All,
I want to know that If a am changing a Locale from a GUI then If I am trying to print  all the Key value pair of properties file It was giving as  a  ??????? in a console but while debugging it is coming as a some language which I have been selected.
Same If  I am trying to show in freemarker page again it is coming like ??????


Please suggest me What to do for this?
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Ordinarily, a console (especially a Windows console) is not good at dealing with arbitrary charsets. You will need normally to look at the correct charset through the gui. The locale for a particular client will need to be stored on the server and applied for that client.

That is the general position. Specifically for Freemarker (something i don't do) it looks like you should be doing something like:
http://freemarker.org/docs/ref_directive_include.html#ref_directive_include_localized
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public class SpringBean  {

      
      public Map display() {
            UserSession us;
//lang is coming from GUI from the previous page
            String lang = (String) Catalog.getRequest().getSession()
                        .getAttribute("lang");
      
            
            Locale currentLocale;
            
            currentLocale = new Locale(Constant.SESSION_LANG, i18prop);
            ResourceBundle labels = ResourceBundle.getBundle(i18prop);
            Enumeration bundleKeys = labels.getKeys();
            Map map = new HashMap();

            while (bundleKeys.hasMoreElements()) {
                  String key = (String) bundleKeys.nextElement();
                  String value = labels.getString(key);
                  map.put(key, value);
                        }
            System.out.println(map);
            return map;
            
       }


Now This map I want to use in freemarker page It is showing like ????
same for the console
But If i am debugging it and using (ctrl+shift+i) for map it is giving the same character for the language
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 i18prop

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What is that?

  System.out.println(map);

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(see my earlier comments about the console)
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by:I-Admin
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i18prop is a properties file. I.e for Taiwan it is coming like i18n_zh_TW.

 Unicode is written in i18 according to country.

  String value = labels.getString(key);

When I am writing System.out.println(value);
It was giving format of Taiwan but when I am writing System.out.println(map)
it was giving correct code but value are coming like ??????;
 and because I am using This map to my freemarker page to get value to the corresponding key in that also it was coming as ?????


Hope I have explained all you want!
here It is getting a data from a i18 file
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