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A typical Web application workflow involves a user loading one of your Webpages into her browser, filling out HTML form parameters, and submitting data back to the server. The server makes decisions based on this data, sends the data to other components such as databases and Web services, and renders a response back to the browser. At each step along the way, a globally aware application must pay attention to the user's locale and the text's character encoding.
The JDK provides many facilities to enable an internationalized workflow from within your Java code, and the Apache Struts framework extends it even further. However, you must still take particular care when managing how data gets into your application code and how your application interacts with other components in an internationalized manner. It is at the interfaces where enabling internationalization is thinly documented and supported.
In this article, you explore what you need to accomplish when developing an internationalized Web application. You also learn some best practices that will make your global applications successful.
Depending on what article, book, or standard you read, you'll notice subtle differences in the use of the terms character set and character encoding. Loosely speaking, a character set is a collection of the atomic letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and dingbats used to construct textual documents for one or more locales. A character encoding defines a mapping of numbers to the members of a character set. Although not truly synonymous, the terms are often used interchangeably.
Many applications are built solely around the
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