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Struts 1.3 Validation Problem

 
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Hi Guyz,

I get the following error on browser when I try to open the login page of my application :

java.lang.NullPointerException: Depends string "required" was not found in validator-rules.xml

Kindly help.
Thanks,
Mark.


 
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can you elaborate more or can you expose your source..??? Then i will surely help you..
 
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Sure, here is the code.

validation.xml :



validator-rules.xml :


JSP :


struts-config :


Eclipse error : The content of element type "field" must match "(msg|arg|var)*".

Login page error : java.lang.NullPointerException: Depends string "required" was not found in validator-rules.xml

Thanks
Mark

 
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Hi Mark,
Everything looks fine but for the validators "allrequired" and "required" are using the same method signature. Have you overwritten the validator code. In any case how come two different validators use same method from the same class using same attributes [non user defined] and perform different operations?

Looks like you have to remove "allrequired" validator from your validation-rules file if it is added by mistake.

 
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