The globalization process makes it necessary to provide information in different languages in order to enlarge the audience of the information presented through the web. Therefore, it is often required to extend the web system for handling information in more than one language. This process is called internationalization of a system. An important requirement of this process is that it should be applied without a strong reorganization of the web application that implements the web site. We propose a general framework for the internationalization of data-intensive web applications based on the MVC-2 paradigm and a relational database system. This framework has been applied succesfully at the University of Verona (Italy) for the internationalization of the web sites of all departments and all faculties.

A Framework for the Internationalization of Data-Intensive Web Applications

BELUSSI, Alberto;POSENATO, Roberto
2004

Abstract

The globalization process makes it necessary to provide information in different languages in order to enlarge the audience of the information presented through the web. Therefore, it is often required to extend the web system for handling information in more than one language. This process is called internationalization of a system. An important requirement of this process is that it should be applied without a strong reorganization of the web application that implements the web site. We propose a general framework for the internationalization of data-intensive web applications based on the MVC-2 paradigm and a relational database system. This framework has been applied succesfully at the University of Verona (Italy) for the internationalization of the web sites of all departments and all faculties.
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