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Section 2.2: Language preferences for SOAP Fault messages

From: Kentaroh Noji <NOJIK@jp.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 23:11:51 +0900
To: public-i18n-ws@w3.org
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Addison wrote:

>Section 2.2.2: We should note that xml:lang can also imply 
>the language.

I agree. 

>It should also be noted that human-readable messages (such 
>as fault messages) often contain formatted substitution 
>values ("On {0,date} at {1, time} there were 
>{2,number,integer} errors.") that are locale affected. 
>Neither xml:lang nor Accept-Language are entirely suitable 
>for getting the formats of these values.

I agree. If messages must be formatted by receiver side, I think it 
relates to section 2.5. 
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Kentaroh Noji : nojik@jp.ibm.com
Globalization Center of Competency, Yamato SW Lab. IBM Japan
Phone: international +81-46-215-3145 internal 1808-3145
Received on Friday, 22 November 2002 09:19:26 UTC

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