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html:messages and bean:write

html:messages and bean:write

html:messages and bean:write

hi friends,
im trying to use bean:write tag with htnl:messages.Im getting the following error
[Servlet Error]-[Cannot find bean message in any scope]: javax.servlet.jsp.JspException: Cannot find bean message in any scope

code from my action class:-

ActionMessage message = new ActionMessage("invalid user name or password,Please try again");

and code from my jsp:-

<html:messages id="message" property="failedLogin"message="true">
<bean:write name="message"/>

please help me...i been looking my computer screen and dont know wat to do.. :(

RE: html:messages and bean:write

"You don't give the message text directly to ActionMessage. Instead you give a key to the Struts message resource file (also called "the application property file")."

In your struts application resource file:

invalid.login=invalid user name or password,Please try again

And in your action class where you create your action message:

ActionMessage message = new ActionMessage("invalid.login");

After you fix this, it should work as expected.

RE: html:messages and bean:write

yeaaaaaaa..it worked thx a lottttttttttt

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