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Diana Alcantara
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Hello everyone!

I'm java programmer, but since I started working on java in this company, I always programmed and I still do it the logic server. I've never programmed the front end of the application.

I'm working in a project which uses glassfish server 2.1, struts in the front-end and other stuffs. We from Argentina, so most of our PCs are set with Spanish Argentina as local setting, I mean es_AR, in any of the operating systems, Ubuntu (7.10, 8.10, 9.04) or Windows (XP or Vista).
When the operating system has its regional configuration as Spanish Argentina, the applications works very well. But when the operating system where the glassfish is installed is set with any other regional configuration, it doesn't work well... But I'm not sure if it's got to do with Glassfish or Struts. Let me explain why:
-In these other regional configurations, the server and the application work and start well. I'm able to realize a search, and I do have the results of the search and the default budget with the cheapest products of each type (selected by the user in the search) . But, when I want to change a product from the budget for one of the products from the result, it even does not do any action, nor get, nor post, it just go to the Home page again, without any error message...

So I'm not completely sure what is happening, I'm not sure whether it's struts or it's the glassfish itself. How ever, if the PC is set with Spanish Argentina, everything works well. But it's a problem indeed that we would like to solve it as soon as possible.

Has someone got any idea why it could be happening?

Thanks in advance. Best regards.


 
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to JavaRanch

Don't know, but I am afraid that question is too difficult for "beginning Java" so I feel I shall have to move it elsewhere. It might be a generalised internationalisation problem.
 
Diana Alcantara
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Thank you so much for the welcoming .

I hope somebody will be able to help me with this... It's driving me crazy indeed!!!
 
Diana Alcantara
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By teh way, one of my coworkers from another project has found that there is a struts error somewhere (not sure where he has found it), and it's something like "action not found". The exists, and the action is already configurated. I've checked all the files looking for some encoding different to UTF-8 and I found nothing, even I've checked if the locale is set with "es_AR" and it's not this way in anyplace...

I give up!!!
 
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