There are two main aspects to localization within a Web site. One is to localize the page layout and presentation – typically static content – and the other is to localize the data that is presented to the user.
Enterprise Localization Toolkit addresses only the localization of static content and does not provide any solution that addresses the localization of data. Localization of data must be handled at the source of the data, not in the presentation of that data. Microsoft Commerce Server and Microsoft Content Management Server help to address the localization of content.
Localization of the presentation can be accomplished in many ways, such as by having one page per culture, or by using a database to store the resource on a per culture basis.
The Microsoft .NET Framework provides a great implementation based on resource files to make localization easy to do and maintain. This toolkit builds on what is provided in the Resources and Localization Using the .NET Framework SDK topic in the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK.
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Enterprise Localization Toolkit For Windows 10 Crack (ELT) provides a collection of tools for localization and globalization of applications that are based on the.NET Framework. This toolkit consists of more than 40 individual components, including samples, descriptions, reference, downloads, and instructions to help with your localization tasks.
Enterprise Localization Toolkit is a collection of tools for localization and globalization of applications.
The Enterprise Localization Toolkit helps you build a multilingual product without the time and cost of building your own localization application. It consists of more than 40 individual components, including samples, descriptions, reference, downloads, and instructions to help with your localization tasks. The Enterprise Localization Toolkit includes all tools that are needed to build a localization application.
A method for developing the UI for a program by using an English and a French UI editor.
Data can be localized using the following tools:
Using UML tools to model the structure of your application and specifying data types and data fields.
Use drag-and-drop for the presentation of localized data and content.
Change the presentation of data on the client side in response to a language preference for each user.
Provide editing capabilities in a multilanguage environment.
Guided query for localized content.
A multilingual Web site for localization and globalization.
Use the enterprise resources for storing and selecting the localized data for each Web site page.
Use JScript to localize the content on the server side.
Save time and money by using localized content from the server side.
A great support team that has helped hundreds of customers.
Write once, read many. Localizing content once is much easier than every time.
Most versions of.NET Framework are supported, as well as Silverlight and other Microsoft Technologies.
Get the English and French versions at a special price!
Enterprise Localization Toolkit is available as a licensed copy. It is free for evaluation purposes.
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The Resource Kit helps developers to create applications that have an English, French or German interface. The Resource Kit includes language-specific information about aspects of localization, localization tools and technology.
The Resource Kit consists of the following components:
Language-Specific CSharp Code Samples
Languages and Localization
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AUTHENTICATIONAUTHENTICATION : Mandatory
The authentication method that you want to use.
The current supported methods are:
1) FormsAuthentication – This is the standard way to authenticate
users for Web applications.
2) UserPassAuthentication – This is a modified version of the
FormsAuthentication method where the user enters their password on
the first screen.
3) CustomAuthentication – This is a custom authentication method
where the user enters their username and password.
5) DigestAuthentication – This is a custom authentication method
where the user enters their username and password to access a site
based on a database (the UserPass version of this method).
AUTHORIZATIONAUTHORIZATION : Optional
This is the authorization that you want to apply when the user
attempts to access a page.
The current supported authorization methods are:
1) AnonymousAuthorization – This is a method that requires no
2) IPAuthorization – This is a method that requires the user to
be from a specific IP address.
3) IPUsersAuthorization – This is a method that requires the
users to be from a specific IP address.
4) UserPassAuthorization – This is a method that requires the
user to enter their password.
5) CustomAuthorization – This is a custom authorization method
where the user can be authorized by user name or password.
LOCATIONURLLOCATION : Mandatory
This is the URL of the Web site where you want to take the user.
The current supported values are:
LOCALIZATIONLOCALIZATION : Optional
This is the language that the site is in.
The current supported languages are:
LOCALIZATIONLANGUAGE : Optional
This is the language that the site should be rendered in.
The current supported languages are:
LOCALIZATIONRESOURCERESOURCE : Optional
This is the resource (text, images, audio, video) that you want
to be localized.
The current supported types of resources are:
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The Microsoft.NET Framework provides a great implementation based on resource files to make localization easy to do and maintain. This toolkit builds on what is provided in the Resources and Localization Using the.NET Framework SDK topic in the Microsoft.NET Framework SDK. This toolkit will allow you to easily create, edit, and translate resource files for your.NET Framework 4.0 or later applications.
An example of a.NET Framework localization resource file is shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1:.NET Framework localization resource file
Sample.NET Framework localization resource file
Source: Itzik Ben-Gan, firstname.lastname@example.org
This resource file contains the strings and images needed for the message boxes and error messages you can find in the.NET Framework.
The following table contains an overview of the resource file.
ColumnName DescriptionResource-string The key of the string.Resource-value The value of the string.IsTranslated The key is translated.ImageResource-string The key of the image.Resource-value The value of the image.IsTranslated The key is translated.
As you can see in the resource file, most of the strings are also used as error messages. The following table shows some examples.
OKHere’s a new picture of your pet. (used as a caption for the “Get Your Favorite Pet Picture” button) You have no favorite pet.
OKThe file “%1” could not be loaded because the system cannot find the file specified. (used when there is an invalid URL for a file to open)
OKThe file “%1” is being used by another application. (used when there is an active process using the file)
OKNo such file or directory. (used when there is an invalid path for a file)
OKThe FTP server does not exist.
OKThe FTP server is not available. (used when an FTP connection cannot be established)
OKFTP server error. (used when an FTP connection to the server times out)
ERRORFile not found. (used when a file that was supposed to be found is not found)
ErrorIncorrect number of arguments.
ErrorNot enough memory to complete the operation. (used when the program runs out of memory)
ErrorThe specified directory does not exist. (used when a file cannot be found in the specified directory)
ErrorThe specified directory is not accessible. (used when
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The ECMAScript for.NET 1.1 Component supports Microsoft Web sites that are compliant with the W3C
XHTML 1.0 Transitional standard for HTML documents, which is fully compatible with the W3C XHTML
1.0 specification. Using the Object Scripting Language (OSL) and ECMAScript for.NET (ECMAScript)
components, developers can build dynamic and interactive Web sites that can localize and present
content that is specified in.NET 1.1 applications. Web sites and.NET applications can also use
the ECMAScript runtime environment to localize their content.
The ECMAScript for.NET 1.1 Component provides a mechanism that enables the use of object
scripting code in a client-side page. If used in conjunction with HTML controls and server-side
components, the ECMAScript for.NET 1.1 Component enables you to build dynamic Web sites that
can be easily localized.
Support for XHTML 1.0 Transitional markup and HTML controls.
Support for ECMAScript 1.0.
Integration with the ECMAScript for.NET runtime environment.
Script control, document.ready and document.onload event handler support.
Support for object and Function prototypes.
Supported script control event types.
Support for return and break statements.
Support for C# and Visual Basic keywords.
Supported C# object and Function prototypes.
Support for explicit and implicit object creation.
Support for implicit array creation.
Support for implicit string, number and DateTime arrays.
native client object (Window).
object in place of script controls (we added a check for the Window
object to the script execution sequence).
Support for the document object and the Window object as first argument
to script function calls.
Support for script control EventHandler.Invoke callback.
Support for the DocumentReady event in the script context.
Supported Web forms.
Support for embedded script blocks.
Support for functions in script blocks.
Support for multiple style sheets.
Support for the Boolean object.
Support for the String object.
Support for the Number object.
Support for the Date object.
Support for the Object object.
Support for the RegExp object.
Compatible with the.NET 1.1 component.
Compatible with the ECMAScript 1.0 runtime environment.
.NET 1.1 and ECMAScript 1.0 are supported.
The following topics describe the framework and the specific features that are supported by each topic:
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System Requirements For Enterprise Localization Toolkit:
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-Intel Core i3 or better
-Intel Celeron or better
-Intel Core i5 or better
-Intel Core i7 or better
-Intel Core 9th Gen or better
-Intel Core 10th Gen or better
-Intel Core i9 or better
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