Jag Bains wrote:Hi
I have a backing been which extends AbstractPageBean.
Makes no sense to me. It is not part of Sun JSF API. What library are you talking about? Are you using some visual editor which autogenerates some code heap for you? If so, do you actually understand that code in terms that you´re perfectly able to write it all yourself? If not, I would recommend to stop using the visual editor for a while and write JSF code yourself until you´ve a good grasp on JSF.
I want to output a message from the bundle
this.info("message fro m bundle");
How do I do this?
Use ResourceBundle API to load the desired message bundle.
Use FacesContext#addMessage() to add a new FacesMessage to the context.
Joined: Nov 19, 2002
Sorry I should have mentioned that I am using Netbeans 6.5
My JSF page is (login.jsp):
I have a webuijsf:messageGroup id="messageGroup1" on the page and I want to populate it with a message from the page bean login.java as follows:
In my loginBtn_action, I want to display a message that is displayed in messageGroup1.
What should I do to display a message from the resource bundle?
Joined: Oct 08, 2006
Netbeans is just an IDE.
As said, use ResourceBundle API to load the desired message bundle and use FacesContext#addMessage() to add a new FacesMessage to the context.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
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