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problem in displaying actionerrors

 
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hi!
In my action:
UploadVideo
I add an action error like this:

then in the code i check:

in struts.xml i need it to call again the page that he came from. so i call the main action again:


but in the jsp

is empty!
could it be that the forwarding to another action made it clear the errors? how can i make it call the page again and all the methods?

 
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You're not forwarding, you're redirecting.

To preserve messages across redirects you can use the message store interceptor, or home-brew your own solution if it doesn't work for you. Or don't redirect.
 
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hi,
i implemented Message Store Interceptor like this for getVideoPage (where i need to know if there are action errors:


it works fine, but when i try to send a parameter to the action e.g. getVideoPage?videoId=3444, the videoId that i retrieve in the class is null!!
when i removed the interceptor declaration, it worked fine again.

what could be the problem?
 
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If you define an action-specific interceptor you must define *all* interceptors for the action. If that's the only interceptor you have defined then you're missing the bulk of the Struts 2 functionality, which lives largely in its interceptors.
 
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