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Bean validation custom messages dont work

Jose Luis Mesa Munoz
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Joined: Nov 29, 2012
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First of all escuse me for my english. I have a problem with bean validation messages. I have ValidationMessages.properties, MessageResources.properties and in my .xhtml or in my ManagedBeans files i can access the keys... all is correct but when i put the


in my MessageResources bean Validations dont work well. This is my configuration:

faces-config.xml



The MessageResources



The .xhtml file



the property in my managedBean




the ValidationMessages.properties



Bean validation display my messages but not i this format javax.faces.validator.BeanValidator.MESSAGE={1}: {0}
where {1} is the label and {0} is the message. It only display the message with the key error.campoobligatorio=El campo es obligatorio

SOMEONE KNOWS WHY???
Tim Holloway
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Sr. Munoz! (¿Muñoz?)

I think your problem is:


Where it should be


The "#" triggers the EL processor.


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