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From Naresh Sharma <Naresh_Sha...@KeaneIndia.Com>
Subject RE: bean define tag
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2004 12:23:04 GMT
No. I am only using en_US.

-----Original Message-----
From: chris.cranford@tkdsoftware.com [mailto:chris.cranford@tkdsoftware.com]

Sent: Friday, June 11, 2004 2:41 PM
To: user@struts.apache.org
Subject: RE: bean define tag

On 6/11/2004 5:08 AM, USER@STRUTS.APACHE.ORG wrote to CHRIS CRANFORD:

Is "hi" the language type, ie: en_US.[resource] is what gets shown on my 
install when a message cannot be found in the appropriate 
application.properties file for that language.

-> I am reading a value object property and holding in a script variable
-> defined using  bean:define tag.
-> 
-> <bean:define id="time" name="MyVO" property="endTime" />
-> 
-> This property "time" actually contains a key to the resource bundle, so
-> passing it to bean:message tag, so it can fetch corresponding key from
-> resource bundle.
-> 
-> <bean:message key="<%=(String)time%>" />
-> 
-> But it prints 
-> 
-> "???hi.global.info.label.at???" (without quotation marks), 
-> 
-> Whereas my actual key is  "global.info.label.at", I do understand that in
-> case Struts doesn't find resource it add * character in the key but what

thanks,
chris
 


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