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From "j.palleschitz" <j.pallesch...@ad2book.com>
Subject Re: h:messages valition-messages without formid ?
Date Fri, 24 Oct 2008 09:46:40 GMT

thanks simon,

the label-parameter looked like a solution.
but it cannot resolve my resource-bundles.

if i set label="#{label.username}" the message start with ": ..."
when label="Username" it looks fine.

so it´s not the solution i´ve looked for.

i can´t believe that such a behavior is wanted from myfaces.



Simon Kitching wrote:
> 
> While testing something else, I took a moment to check how Sun's Mojarra
> handles required-messages. It also inserts the clientId (ie *with* the
> form/subview prefix). Therefore myfaces 1.2.x and mojarra currently work
> the same. I think it unlikely that MyFaces would accept a patch to
> change its default behaviour to something different from Mojarra, although
> (a) you could try; the decision is not mine to make, and
> (b) you could create and offer a patch to make the behaviour configurable
> 
> Re the "label" attribute I mentioned below: it looks like JSF also added
> this optional attribute to customise the {0} parameter, eg
>   <h:input id="someProgrammerId" label="someUserLabel" required="true"../>
> will generate whatever generic "required" message is configured, but
> with {0} set to "someUserLabel". This feature still requires setting
> this on each component though.
> 
> Regards,
> Simon
> 

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