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JSF 1.0 and output_errors

 
Gregg Bolinger
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I am trying to figure out what the <hutput_errors/> has been replaced with in the 1.0 final. I tried <hutputErrors/> but I get an error
No tag "outputErrors" defined in tag library imported with prefix "h"
Which I assume means this tag doesn't exist. I have added <f:validateLength...> to my login username and password fields. Now I just need to spit out the errors if data is not entered correctly.
Thanks.
[ March 04, 2004: Message edited by: Gregg Bolinger ]
 
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Ok, I figured out that <h:messages/> does what I want. Sort of...
I need to figure out how to make it say specifically what field didn't validate. Off to the spec PDF again....
If anyone has any insight, that would be great.
 
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Hi Greg,
Threw me too...
singular error messages...
<h:message for=... />
all errors
<h:messages/>
Hope this helps!
 
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Originally posted by Bill Dudney:
Hi Greg,
Threw me too...
singular error messages...
<h:message for=... />
all errors
<h:messages/>
Hope this helps!

Ahhhhh, the h:message for=.. is exactly what I need. Thanks.
 
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