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JSF message in faces-config.xml itself

Ali Manji
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Joined: Sep 01, 2004
Posts: 3
Hi All, JSF Newbie Question:

Is it possible to use messages from a bundle within faces-config.xml?

For example in faces-config.xml I have the following:

<application>
<message-bundle>resources.ApplicationMessages</message-bundle>
</application>

I want to set some default values for a managed bean which contains an array whose values I want to show up in a listBox or comboBox for a JSF Faces page, rather than hard-coding english literals in the faces-config.xml like:

<managed-property>
<property-name>months</property-name>
<list-entries>
<value>January</value>
<value>February</value>
<value>March</value>
<value>April</value>
</list-entries>
</managed-property>

I'd rather reference the message bundle from from the application element type above? Is this possible? If not how does one configure default values through the faces-config.ml file in an international-friendly way?

Thanks in advance
Ali
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