You can set up applications built with IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory to run with different local languages.
You can localize the HTML content for WebSphere Portlet Factory applications by creating a version of an HTML page for each language to which you want to localize.
You can localize the button labels, form field names, and other static text by using a Java resource bundle and either the Localized Resource builder or, for form-related localization, the Localization
inputs on the Data Page builder.
Import localized pages into my application
You can import pages according to the locale of a user by using a Localized Resource builder call in conjunction with the Imported Page builder call.
Importing localized pages into the web application
You can import pages according to the locale of a user by using a Localized Resource builder call in conjunction with the Localization
inputs in the Imported Page builder call.
Exporting a resource bundle
Use the Model editor to export a resource bundle.
Localizing data definition properties
Use a resource bundle to localize most of the properties or Rich Data Definition builder inputs specified in a data definition file.
Localizing user interface controls
You can use the Localized Resource builder to add a resource bundle to the web application.
Localizing portlet titles
Resource bundles are available to facilitate displaying portlet titles in different local languages.