Oracle recommends that you define all of the text strings that your Administration Console extension displays in a message bundle. A message bundle is a collection of text files (properties files) that contain key-value pairs (properties). You create one properties file for each language or locale that you want to support. If you name the properties file per a set of file-naming conventions, the Administration Console displays strings from the properties file whose locale matches the Web browser's locale setting.
To create a message bundle:
Create a text file that contains name-value pairs for each string you want to display. Use the equal sign (=) as the delimiter between the name and value, and place each property on its own line.
myextension.myTab.introduction=This page provides monitoring data for my application. myextension.myTab.TotalServletHits.label=Total hits for my servlet.
Save the file as
root-dir is the root directory of your extension
bundle is a unique value (do not use
global, which is the name of a WebLogic Server bundle). Consider using your company name as the value for
.properties file is the default file that the Administration Console uses if the Web browser or the JVM have not specified a locale. It is a required file.
Save each localized version of the properties file as
locale is a locale code supported by
java.util.Locale. See Locale in the J2SE API Specification, at