I would debug this problem in the following ways: * Verify if you are saving the "errors" to the request * Make sure you are using "saveErrors" and not "saveMessages" * Write a "StrutsTestCase" or a similiar testcase to verify the ActionErrors * Have a dump of the request and see that the ActionErrors are put into the request * Try the suggestion suggested here [ http://www.mail-archive.com/struts-user@jakarta.apache.org/msg67135.html ] Although I can't answer why 2.2 in web.xml wouldn't show the ActionErrors. On Wed, 19 Jan 2005 09:15:15 -0500, eid4k@netscape.net wrote: > Sorry James, I thought you wanted to know if the file is there. > > I package the application as a war file with Websphere Studio and deploy it as a war file via the iPlanet interface. > > I have also packaged the war file on the comand line with the jar toll. > > Any idea > > > "James Mitchell" wrote: > > >That's not what I was asking. > > > > > > > >-- > >James Mitchell > >Software Engineer / Open Source Evangelist > >EdgeTech, Inc. > >678.910.8017 > >AIM: jmitchtx > > > >----- Original Message ----- > >From: > >To: ""Struts Users Mailing List"" > >Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 8:42 AM > >Subject: Re: Message Resources not displayed > > > > > >> It is there because Tomcat does display the messages. > >> > >> > >> > >> "James Mitchell" wrote: > >> > >>>How are you deploying your app? Packaged with Ant? > >>> > >>>Many times, people forget to have resources copied during the build > >>>process. > >>>This is automatically done for us with most IDEs, but Ant won't do it > >>>unless > >>>you tell it to. > >>> > >>>Open your .war and make sure it is there under > >>>/WEB-INF/classes/org/app/resources > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>>-- > >>>James Mitchell > >>>Software Engineer / Open Source Evangelist > >>>EdgeTech, Inc. > >>>678.910.8017 > >>>AIM: jmitchtx > >>> > >>>----- Original Message ----- > >>>From: > >>>To: > >>>Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 8:26 AM > >>>Subject: Message Resources not displayed > >>> > >>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> Hi there, > >>>> > >>>> I have a small Struts application which requires a user to login before > >>>> he > >>>> can call an admin action. > >>>> > >>>> The application is running fine under Tomcat 4.1 on my local system. > >>>> > >>>> When I deploy it to iPlanet WebServer 6.0 SP5 I have the problem that > >>>> the > >>>> error messages in ApplicationResouces.properties are not displayed. > >>>> The ApplicationResources.properties is specified within > >>>> struts-config.xml. > >>>> Everything else works correct. > >>>> > >>>> So for example if I call an admin action and the user is not logged in > >>>> yet, he will be redirect to the login screen. (This works fine) > >>>> When I submit wrong credentials for the login the login page shall be > >>>> displayed again with the appropriate error message. > >>>> > >>>> This is the line where I add the error in my LoginAction... > >>>> > >>>> errors.add("ActionErrors.GLOBAL_ERROR", new > >>>> ActionError("error.login.failed")); > >>>> > >>>> In the JSP page I use ... > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> and the in the ApplicationResources.properties I have a line like ... > >>>> error.login.failed = Your username or password is not valid > >>>> > >>>> The struts-config.xml has this line ... > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> As I said before on Tomcat the error messages are displayed when needed. > >>>> > >>>> Your input is much appreciated, > >>>> > >>>> Thanks > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> Karim > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> __________________________________________________________________ > >>>> Switch to Netscape Internet Service. > >>>> As low as $9.95 a month -- Sign up today at > >>>> http://isp.netscape.com/register > >>>> > >>>> Netscape. 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