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First post...

I sure hope this is an easy question.

How can you develope in a Java Action Class to grab information that you have coded (from the jsp), such as;

<INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT NAME="BUTTON"
VALUE=<bean:message key="mainMenu.date"/> class="buttonstyle">

to find out what the Value is?

Especially if you are using two different Application.Resource files (English and Spanish).

Thanks,
Alex
 
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P.S. We are using WebSphere Studio Application Developer (Windows) Version: 5.1.2
 
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I think I got an answer to this. But I am trying to work out a different problem that I will post seperate from this. Then I can come back to this issues and see if it is right.

The answer was to create a Dispatch Action Class. Using the key information in the ApplicationResource folders rather than the value i.e.;

prompt.Name

= Nombre
not the value of

prompt.Name

but the key itself. As the key is the same in both ApplicationResource files.

Thanks for at least looking at this,
Alex :roll:
 
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