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Accessing action errors in JSP

 
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I am trying to access the action errors within a JSP (using el) but don't know how to do this. I can test to see if any exist via:


<s:if test="hasActionErrors()">
...
</s:if>

but I want to then be able to iterate through the list of error messages and can't quite see how to.

Any help much appreciated.
 
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See the ValidationAware docs.
 
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Can anyone provide some insight into the original question here without using a third party solution (such as open symphony that is referenced here)?

Thanks!
 
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