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So far, we have been blissfully ignorant about designing our reports in such a way that they could support localized user interfaces and regional settings in multiple cultures. For example, when calculating the sales total we didn t take in consideration the fact that the AdventureWorks2000 database captures the currency code along with the sales data.
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The AdventureWorks2000 database demonstrates a few localization aspects that you commonly have to deal with. First, as we said, it stores the currency code in the SalesOrderHeader table. Second, it maintains a currency conversation table that captures the currency exchange rate on a daily basis. Also, it stores the product description in several languages in the ProductDescription table. If you have never localized applications before, you might want to review the AdventureWorks2000 database schema to understand the complexity surrounding this issue.
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In addition, on a few occasions, we have been formatting currency amounts as dollars explicitly, such as $##0.00. For the purpose of demonstrating the report design process with Reporting Services this is fine, but in real life you need to be aware of how globalization requirements affect reporting, and you should author your reports accordingly. At minimum, if the reports will be requested by international users, I would recommend that you use culture-neutral format strings to format dates and numbers, such as d for short dates as opposed to mm-dd-yyyy, or N for numbers as opposed to #,##0. Please check the .NET documentation for a full list of date and numeric culture-neutral format strings. 5.6.1 Report localization basics Reporting Services helps you in two ways to localize your reports: It exposes the user language code, e.g., en-US, under the User.Language property, so you can pass it to the database or react to it programmatically. If culture-neutral formatting is used, the Report Server formats the text inside textboxes in accordance with the user language settings that the browser passes to the Report Server. In addition, RS sets the Calendar, NumericalLanguage, and NumericalVariant accordingly. Beyond that you are on your own. For example, you must take care of translating the report text into different languages, perform currency conversions, and so on. To demonstrate some localization techniques we modified the Product Catalog sample report that comes with the RS samples and saved it as Product Catalog Localized inside the AWReporter project. Figure 5.22 depicts the algorithm that the Report Server follows to localize the content inside a textbox report item that is formatted with the currency culture-neutral format specifiers, such as c . DESIGNING LOCALIZED REPORTS 177
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Figure 5.22 Localization flowchart
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Each textbox has a Language property that you can explicitly set to a specific locale. If you do so, the textbox content will be formatted according to the specified language. Take, for example, the Product Catalog Localized report. You may want to show the product list price always formatted as dollars, regardless of the fact that international users can request the report with various language settings. To do this, you change the Language property of the ListPrice textbox item to English (United States). Of course, another way to accomplish this would be to use user-defined format specifiers instead of culture-neutral, such as $#.#00.00. However, I would advise against this practice because of the rework involved if you change your mind later and decide to localize the textbox item. If the textbox language is not set, the report language will be used. To change the locale at a report level, you change the report Language property. If the report language is not set, the Report Server will honor the browser language settings. For example, in the case of Internet Explorer, the user can specify multiple languages that will be treated by the browser and prioritize them when viewing web content. In Internet Explorer end users can specify preferred languages by using the Language Preference dialog, as shown in figure 5.23.
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