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From "Vikram Reddy" <vikramreddy1...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: I18N Tag Library
Date Fri, 04 May 2007 13:26:55 GMT
I got it working, thanks guys for all your responses ..

On 5/3/07, Rashmi Rubdi <rashmi.sub@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On 5/3/07, Vikram Reddy <vikramreddy1977@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Sure, I am making my application I18n complinat, reading all the labels
> from
> > the resources, I am using I18n tag libary from jakartha,
> >
> > I am replacing all of my labels with i18n tag like <i18n:message key="
> > label.name">, <i18n:message key="label.age"> etc, it is working fine.
> >
> > But I have some labels which are hardcoded in the Backend (Java file)
> and
> > and they are displayed on the UI I am struck how to use this tag in the
> back
> > end java class.
>
> Ok, now the problem is a little clear to me. It would be more clear if
> you could illustrate with sample code. It is difficult to know what's
> the problem without all the information.
>
> From what I know, tag libs are only meant to be used on JSP or other
> front end technologies, they cannot be used directly inside Java
> classes.
>
> If you want to access data from Backend or middle application layer
> into the JSP then it can be done with the jsp:useBean and
> jsp:getProperty tag, as long as the Java class is a valid JavaBean
> that means it should follow the JavaBean notation strictly.
>
> You would use the MVC/ Front Controller pattern which uses Servlets to
> control JSPs, inside the JSP get the JavaBean from request scope.
>
> > I read the documennation, nothing was mentioned about this. let me know
> if
> > you have any questions.
>
> The documentation only covers JSPs/ Front end as it should.
>
> >
> > V
>
> Regards
> Rashmi
>
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