When we include xdoclet in the project there is no need to write validation.xml (for struts validation).
All rules are defined in validator-global.xml and when user build using maven validation.xml is generated runtime and validator-global.xml is merged in validation.xml
All properties are defined in <strutsvalidationxml/>
if I write some german character in the validator-global.xml , and when build all german character are converted to some garbage value in validation.xml.
hope this is will clear the problem.
I don't understand your problem and doubt many people do. What is validation.xml and how does it relate to validation-global.xml? Why is form-validation tag relevant? I am afraid your question is as cryptic as Napoleon's kremlin letter (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-20572136). If you succinctly describe how your problem can be reproduced by any mailing list subscriber, there is a better chance you get a helpful reply.
From: "Praveen Jain"
To: "Maven Users List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, December 3, 2012 5:46:40 AM
Subject: RE: problem while conversion in build
Can u please someone tell , how can I add german characters in validation.global.xml?
So that it can be converted exactly in validation.xml m while building.
Yes I am using ISO-8859-1
Do you set any encoding in your pom.xml?
On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 11:44 AM, Praveen Jain <email@example.com> wrote:
I am building my project using maven,
I have some german character in my validation-global.xml
When I build it they got converted to some garbage value in validation.xml.
If I add <? Xml version=1.0 encoding =”iso-8859-1”> in validation-global.xml , then after build german character placed as it is in validation.xml.
But in validation.xml after <form-validation> I have again <? Xml version=1.0 encoding =”iso-8859-1”> which violets the XML structure and it doesnot work.
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