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Eclipse Java ME (J2ME) Developer Guide
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Adding Localization support to a MIDlet project

Use of the localization functionality is an optional part of the MTJ functionality. Localization is enabled or disabled on a project-level basis, allowing significant flexibility in the structure of workspace projects.

Enabling Localization

In the Package Explorer view, right click the Project folder and select the Mobile tools for java > Enable Localization option.


Enable Localization

On the Localization wizard, select the appropriate information on where to generate the localization *.properties files and the package where Localization API classes will must be generated.


Localization Wizard

After enabling Localization, the Package Explorer view will contain 3 new files:

  • L10nConstants.java
  • L10nResources.java
  • Localization Data

Disabling Localization

In the Package Explorer view, right click the Project folder and select the Mobile tools for java > Disable Localization option.


Disabe Localization


 
 
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