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From Jeff Black <jeffrey.bl...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: struts.custom.properties not working
Date Fri, 10 Jun 2011 18:35:20 GMT
Hey Mitch.

FWIW I tried to access the properties file from a sample without success.  

I found the following in my copy of WebWork In 
Action: The webwork.custom.properties file is intended for the following:

Other properties files to load in addition to webwork.properties. Useful if 
you’re making packaged applications that are designed to be customized.

Of course the webwork references have been renamed to struts: What do you think?

jb
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From: "mmckenzie@wernervas.com" <mmckenzie@wernervas.com>
To: Struts Users Mailing List <user@struts.apache.org>
Sent: Fri, June 10, 2011 1:12:06 PM
Subject: Re: struts.custom.properties not working

I checked out the struts 2 source and added more logging so ensure the 
properties are getting loaded and they are.

There must not be a way to reference the property from a jsp is my guess.

<s:text> can only grab properties loaded using the setting: 
struts.custom.i18n.resource

Please let me know if this is correct.

Thank you.

Mitch



From:  mmckenzie@wernervas.com
To:    user@struts.apache.org
Date:   06/10/2011 12:13 PM
Subject:        struts.custom.properties not working



I have some custom properties I want available in my application. 
Unfortunately,  I am unable to get the properties to work in struts 2.2.3

My property file is located:  WEB-INF\classes\test.properties

Contents of test.properties:

theme.debug.value = true
static.content.server.url = /static
jquery.core.version = 1.6.1
jquery.ui.version = 1.8.13
jquery.ui.external.bgiframe.version = 2.1.2


My struts.properties file contains the following property:

struts.custom.properties=test


Here is how I'm attempting to reference the property:

<s:text name="static.content.server.url" />

I also looked at the struts2 source to make sure I am using the property 
correctly (package org.apache.struts2.config.SettingsTest ).

Judging from this test class it appears that I am:

    public void testSettings() {
        assertEquals("12345", Settings.get(StrutsConstants.
STRUTS_MULTIPART_MAXSIZE));
        assertEquals("\temp", Settings.get(StrutsConstants.
STRUTS_MULTIPART_SAVEDIR));

        assertEquals("test,org/apache/struts2/othertest", Settings.get( 
StrutsConstants.STRUTS_CUSTOM_PROPERTIES));
        assertEquals("testvalue", Settings.get("testkey"));
        assertEquals("othertestvalue", Settings.get("othertestkey"));

        int count = getKeyCount();
        assertEquals(12, count);
    }


Is there a way to expose what properties are available for reference?

What am I missing here?

Thank you.

Mitch
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