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IIS problem with asp.net Internationalisation?


I have an asp.net project that I've localised using the satellite dll
method and when I build it, the relevant *.resources.dll's are put into
the correct language\culture directories. However, having changed the
Windows UI culture to, for example, es-MX, my asp.net pages still seem
to be using en-GB (I've simply put a language neutral label on one of
my pages that displays CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture.Name to confirm
this), even though the rest of Windows, and other Windows .net
applications, are using the es-MX culture.

Is this something to do with the IIS culture, or the culture the asp
service is running as? Or is there something more I have to do in .net?
(I restarted the PC, but that didn't make any difference)

To make sure that the resources dlls are actually correct, I explicity
set the UI cutlture on one of the pages in the PageLoad event to es-MX
and all the labels and text on that page were in es-MX as expected. So
the actual resource dlls are OK.

So what do I have to do to make IIS display my pages in the correct UI


Jul 21 '05 #1
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