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Question about the language pack related to the localization

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121675 Jan 15,2016 01:45 AM Jan 18,2016 10:47 AM JavaScript 1
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Myungjin Cho
Asked On January 15, 2016 01:45 AM

Hello sir, 

currently my company is using your javascript product, and the developers are wondering 
whether there is a Korean installed in the language pack. 
If there is none, would it be possible to include it by ourselves? 

Thank you. 

Aruna Selvaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 18, 2016 10:47 AM

Hi Maverick,

Thanks for contacting Syncfusion support.

To use your own localization for our javascript controls for specific culture say "ko-KR" which is not predefined or else you want to change. Follow the given procedures.

* Choose the control for which you want to define custom localization
* select the default locale object for the control you want to change in the installed directory
* Based on the default locale object structure modify the culture name and value of the desired property.
* Refer the custom locale object in your source file
* Set the culture to the control

If you want to define custom locale text for the controls. Find and copy the "en-US" locale object in the {installed location}\assets\scripts\localetexts\ej.localetexts.en-US.min.js

Then change the culture "en-US" to any culture you want say "ko-KR". And change the values of all the key to your desired language.

You can save this object in a separate file and refer this file after the javascript control file or can embed within the same file in the script tag after the reference of the control file.

<script src = "ej.web.all.min.js" ></script>
<script src = "myLocaleObject.js" ></script>

To see the changes in your javascript application you have to set the locale option of the control to the culture you had created say "ko-KR".

$('#datePicker').ejDatePicker({locale: "ko-KR"});
$('#grid').ejGrid({locale: "ko-KR"});

In this way, you can set the culture of all the controls used in your javascript application.

Please let us know if you have any queries.

Aruna S


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