Class SetContentBundleTag

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable, IterationTag, JspTag, Tag

    public class SetContentBundleTag
    extends TagSupport
    SetContentBundleTag implements a custom tag, which sets a LocalizationContext backed with a ContentResourceBundle. This allows one to use property names as keys in a JSTL formatting action and use the value of the property as localized message.

    The provided resource bundle also uses the resource bundle provided by CQ as a fallback if the underlying Resource does not contain a certain key.

    The language/locale of the CQ resource bundle is determined depending on the "source" attribute, which can be either

    • static use "language" attribute,
    • request uses request.getLocale(),
    • page uses language of the current page or resource or
    • auto page if available, otherwise use locale from request.
    Defaults to "auto" or "static", if "language" is set. For "page" the "language" attribute will be used as fallback, if given. If the "language" attribute is not set, but expected, the server default locale will be used.
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    Serialized Form
    • Constructor Detail

      • SetContentBundleTag

        public SetContentBundleTag()
    • Method Detail

      • getSource

        public String getSource()
      • getLanguage

        public String getLanguage()
        the currently set language that should be used or null if the language should be derived from the path of the current resource.
      • setLanguage

        public void setLanguage​(String language)
        language - the language that will be used when a resource bundle is obtained.
      • getBasename

        public String getBasename()
        the currently set basename that should be used or null.
      • setBasename

        public void setBasename​(String basename)
        basename - the basename that will be used when a resource bundle is obtained.