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ID Category Severity Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
0000931 [Resin] minor always 02-12-06 20:51 03-27-06 12:14
Reporter keithdfetterman View Status public  
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Priority normal Resolution fixed  
Status closed   Product Version 3.0.17
Summary 0000931: {0,number,xxxx} in not formatting number for Locale
Description When using parameter substition with patterns in file, numbers are not being formatted correctly for the Locale returned by the Web browser.

Here is detailed description of the problem:

In a JSP file, I used the following JSTL statement:

<fmt:message key="msg.key">
<fmt:param value="${param1}" />

In my file, I had the following message defined:
msg.key=A message with a number: {0,number,currency}

In my Web browser, I replaced the english (en) and United States languages (en_US), with Spanish (es) and Spain es_ES. I then restarted my Web browser.

The number above was formatted as US currency. It should have been formatted using a spanish format.

If I do the same with the JSTL statement <fmt:formatNumber type="currency" />, the number is formatted correctly.

This problem exists for other formats too, like {0,number}.
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- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
02-12-06 20:51 keithdfetterman New Issue
02-12-06 20:52 keithdfetterman Issue Monitored: keithdfetterman
03-27-06 12:14 ferg Note Added: 0000946
03-27-06 12:14 ferg Status new => closed
03-27-06 12:14 ferg Resolution open => fixed
03-27-06 12:14 ferg Fixed in Version  => 3.0.19

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