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From bOOyah <boo...@nowhere.org>
Subject html:error and quotation marks...
Date Tue, 20 Apr 2004 16:51:37 GMT
Howdy all

I'm using html:error to put an error message next to a form field that 
must not be blank.  But the message is rendered with quotation marks 
around it.  I don't want quotation marks.  Am I doing something I 
shouldn't, or is there any way to turn this behavior off?

My JSP looks like this:

<thead>
   <th><html:text name="myName" property="name" size="40"/></th>
   <th><html:errors property="myName" /></th>
</thead>


The resulting HTML looks like this:

<thead>
   <th><input type="text" name="name" size="40" value=""></th>
   <th>"The 'Name' field is required"</th>
</thead>


My Form.validate()
==================
ActionErrors errors = new ActionErrors();
if (getMyName() == null || getMyName().length < 1) {
     errors.add("myName", new ActionError("err.name.required", "Name");
}
return errors;


My Application.Properties file
==============================
err.name.required=The '{0}' field is required


Thanks
-- 
bOOyah


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