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How to change the localization in Gantt

Gantt can be localized to any specific locale by setting the respective locale code like en-US, fr-FR etc., to the Locale property in Gantt. User must also need to refer the culture file specific to the defined locale from the Essential studio installed location to localize the date, time, currency and other formats. Gantt will be displayed with en-US’ localization by default.

The culture file can be referred from the below installed location.


Gantt UI also contains texts in the dialog popup, toolbar and tooltips which needs to be localized. To localize these texts, you need to define the localized texts in the project or by referring the predefined locale text files from the Essential studio installed location.

 

The locale text file can be referred from the below installed location.


The localized texts can be defined in Gantt by the following ways,

To Refer the corresponding locale text file from the ES installed location. [OR]

To define the localized texts in the project.

Please refer the below code snippets for more details.

Referring predefined locale text files

Defining the localized texts


The following output is displayed for the above code example.

Sample link

A sample to localize the Gantt control is available in the following link, Sample

 

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
7824 07/06/2017 07/06/2017 ASP.NET Web Forms Gantt
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