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I have the following situation. I have a validator to validate my command object and set the errors on a Errors object to be displayed in my form. The validator is invoked as expected and works okay, but the errors i set on the Errors objects are not displayed, eventho i am being sent back to my form because of the validation errors.

Validator:


Command:


Form:


Controller:


Could it be that the paths i give in the validator and <form:error .../> tag are not correct? The validator validates a command object containing a list of objects, so that's why i give a index on the list in the command object when registering an error message (for example: "fields["+index+"]".value).
Or is it that the Errors object containing the errors is not available to my view?

Any help is welcome and appreciated, it might give me a hint or point me in right direction.
 
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