I want to do something as simple as verify a password stored in a database. Doesn't seem so difficult. I can do it inside of the action associated to the login form easy enough and I can send the user ahead if its right, or back to the login page if its wrong.
The problem I'm having is sending an error message with it. Is there a way to add errors that will show up in the <html:errors/> when the mapping.findForward("failure") is returned from the Action class?
the only "work-around" I've found is to have it throw and exception and to declare the exception in the struts-config file. This seems tedious to create an exception class everytime I want to do this.
Create your own ActionErrors, add your errors to it and save it in request.
You should now get your errors on your jsp using <html:errors />. Instead of mapping.findForward("failure"), if your failure is same as the page that the input attribute of your action-mapping points to, then you could also use mapping.getInputForward().
Joined: Nov 16, 2004
I thought there had to be an easier way.
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subject: Validating data against data in a database