Ever had problem googling localized version of an error message? Then this site is for you!

What The Error??

Did you ever have problem to find out the exact english meaning of an error message like "スキーマの属性 schemaLocation='{1}' は {0} 型のオブジェクトではサポートされていません。{0}.Schema プロパティを設定してください。"? (BTW, that's a real Japanese .NET error message).

We have this kind of problem all the time! Translating with a dictionary does not help because you need the exact english version of the message to be able to find solution to the problem on the web. That's why we have created this site.

Any software vendor who has ever shipped an application to international clients knows the source of the problem - frameworks such as .NET provide localized versions of native error messages. No matter if you provide localization of your application into Japanese or Arabic, you still have to support clients sending in error messages displayed by the application in their native language.

If you are a software developer and have international clients for example from Sweden, then all native error messages generated by framework code (e.g. .NET framework) they send you in error logs are in Swedish. Translating these with a dictionary usually does not help, because you almost always need the exact english translation to be able to find relevant resources and possible solutions of the error on Google.

FindErr.NET solves this problem - here you will find english versions of localized error messages. Currently we support .NET, Windows and Microsoft SQL Server error messages.

Never spend any more time trying to figure out what the error reported by your international clients is about. Find it with FindErr.NET!


I always spent long time trying to translate error messages logged by application deployed at my German client and the translations did not match anyway. After long frustration, I finally found this site. So far, it has saved me hunderds of hours of laborous searching for translations of those German error messages.
I simply love it!

Otto Gumm (Happy customer)
Happy customer who does not have to spend time searching for english translations of localized error messages anymore