Does Blaze supports Internalization?
If yes, how to enable Internalization in Blaze RMA?
Thanks in advance!!!
I believe you meant to ask about "internationalisation".
Blaze Advisor supports internationalisation of its rule maintenance application (RMA) in several ways, besides providing double-byte character support. Out of the box, each template created for the RMA can be authored using the local language script (such as Korean, Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese) in its Display Format pane. Of course, you'll need your Windows operating system to support the local language script input (refer to your Regional Settings control panel). This localisation applies equally to rules displayed in graphical metaphors such as decision tables, decision trees, and scorecard models. The effect is an RMA experience that uses the localised language and display formats (such as for date, time, currency) appropriate for the user's locale.
Blaze Advisor facilitates internationalisation by using the default java.util.Locale object associated with the rule project to provide default input and output string formats for creating and printing date, time, timestamp, number, duration, and currency values. The support classes also provide methods for customizing input and output strings for display.
To set the project to a specific locale, go to the menu item Project | Project Settings, then click Settings and choose Localisation in the dialog box. For more information, see the topic "Setting Attributes for a Project | Changing Localization Attributes" in the online documentation.
Conditional Content Display Using Conditional Blocks
Blaze Advisor allows content in the RMA to be displayed conditionally based on one or more values in a rule template's placeholders, or on system properties, platform and region settings. When developing an RMA for multiple locales, using conditional blocks that dynamically check for a specific value in a system property such as user.language can allow for content in English to be shown when it is "en", and in French when it is "fr", as an example.
Note that the corollary is that the RMA will comprise of many such conditional blocks in every template that requires user authoring. For more information, see the topics "Adding a Conditional Block for Display Purposes" and "Adding SRL Content and Placeholders | Adding a Conditional Block" in the online documentation.
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