ISML Function - localizeText()

Name

localizeText()

Short Description

returns the plain text behind a given language neutral key

Table of Contents

Product Version

6.5

Product To Version

 

Statusfinal

1 Introduction

These functions are used to localize an attribute value of a (possibly custom) ISML tag. For that purpose localizeText()returns the plain text behind a given language neutral key.
The very similar function localizeTextEx() supports an additional parameter that allows to assign an array of objects to be injected into the translation.

2 Syntax

localizeText(key : String) : String
localizeText(key : String, locale : String) : String
localizeText(key : String, locale : String, site : Domain) : String

3 Example

Localization.java
Domain domain = NamingMgr.getManager(DomainMgr.class).getDomainByName("eTest");
LocaleInformation enUS = NamingMgr.getManager(LocaleMgr.class).getLocaleBy("en_US");
LocalizationProvider localizationProvider = NamingMgr.getProvider(LocalizationProvider.class);
localizationProvider.localizeText(anyKey, en_US, domain);

4 Parameters

The function accepts the following arguments:

4.1 key

key = string
a unique key for a translation

4.2 locale

locale = string
an optional parameter to get the translation in a specific locale

4.3 site

site = string
an optional parameter indicating for which site the translated text should be presented

Reference - ISML Functions

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