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how to display error message in h:messages tags with extra spce in middle of the text

rajeshkumargaru kumar
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as per the requirement, i need to display error message from properties file to h:messages tag.

ex: when user does not select any option then i need to display the below error message

"data required. please select values."

in .properties file
key= data required. please select values.(i need to display extra space also "required. please")

i am using encoding is: iso-8859-1(while displaying error message the extra space not getting displayed)
i need to display the extra space also

h:messages showDetail="true" layout="table" showSummary="false"
style="font-weight: bold; color: brown;" />
<m:div style="width:98%;align:center">
<m:pod title="#{msg['label.a.b']}"

<m:table width="100%">

<h:outputLabel value="#{msg['label.a.dcn']}" id="dcnTxt"
for="inputDCN" />
<h:inputText id="inputDCN" size="10" maxlength="17" styleClass="inputText"

Please help me to display extra space also.
is there any way to divide the message in 2 parts and display in browser with extra space in between them. please guide me to solve this issue

Thanks in advance
Paul Clapham
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I don't understand what "extra space" means. You do know that HTML will combine adjacent whitespace into a single space character, right? If you don't want that to happen then the way (in HTML) to avoid it is by using the &nbsp; non-breaking space character.

Sorry, if that's the answer to your question then I don't know how to make JSF do that.
Tim Holloway
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This thread appears to be a duplicate. If you ask the same question in multiple places everyone gets confused. And you will not get answers any faster.

I'm locking this thread. Please use the other thread ( instead.
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