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Norman Rozental
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Hi there folks,
I've got in my .jsp:
In my struts-config-moduleName.xml file I've defined:

I'm getting the error:

I posted an earlier message asking how to obtain this bundle from within the Action class and had a reply which showed how to do this. But now I'm stuck with the .jsp way of accessing a bundle.
Any help would be most appreciated!
Happy new year!
Norman
 
Norman Rozental
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I think I found the way to do it...
In my Action, I do:

I then include it as an belonging to the
Eg,
Then in my .jsp I've got:

And that's it. It works ok. Is this the proper way of doing things?
Cheers.
Norman.
 
Rick Hightower
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you should not have to do that. Do this instead.

[ December 30, 2003: Message edited by: Rick Hightower ]
 
Norman Rozental
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Hi Rick,
I tried what you suggested and get the error:

where xxx is the key defined as a message-resource in my struts-config-module.xml file.
I am using request scope. Would this cause a problem? Maybe what you suggest can only be applied to the default struts-config.xml file?
Confused.
Normie.
 
Benson Fung
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Norman,

I got the same as you have right now. It seems it doesn't work in struts-config-moduleName.xml file.

Do you have alternatives? Becasue I don't want to use programming to config the resources bundle.


Thanks
Benson
 
Hao Zhang
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Same problem, I think it must be a bug of struts 1.1,
but I found JSPs in module can get the default resources, so I define common messages in struts-config.xml like this:

then in JSP use:

to retrive "mykey" message. besides, <bean:write> tag without bundle property specified can get module messages as well.
BTW, the validator plugin's standard messages can not be found anyway.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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