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Bind global errors to Spring form and throw them to view

 
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Is there any best practice when binding global errors to Spring form (say service class throws exceptions)? Do we use reject and spring:errors to deal with such case?
 
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Errors should be used for displaying validation errors.
 
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Can I have any sample code or web site. On the Spring web documentation they have just given field validation errors information.
 
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I am trying to handle basic errors in service class (not form validation errors). Below is my controller



JSP snippet:



I do not get any result in the JSP snippet. "Input" form binds and gets me the results but I do not see any output for the errors. Is there something obvious that I am missing?
 
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I have never used ModelMap. But the following code:

It mean you add a map into a map. I doubt it would work.

Where did you get the example code?
 
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You should ask in Spring Source forum also. I've very little experience in Spring Annotation. I'm afraid I couldn't help you much on this.
 
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The code I have provided works. I found it out from various articles.
 
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OK I got it. I changed name="input" instead of command and items="${errors.globalErrors}"



But now I have another issue -

I am trying to use the same page for another controller which is supposed to throw errors and this JSP should catch it. How am I supposed to show these errors?

 
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