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Spring MVC form validation issue

 
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I'm modifying a project from Spring In Action by Walls. The project is chapter six's thymeleaf mvc project. I'm adding a confirm password field to the registration form which is backed by a Spitter Object. I add validation to the project to check for the length of the password field and to check that the password and confirmPassword fields match. The Spitter form backing object is



The SpitterController is



The registrationForm is



I have a message resource bundle for Spring-manage messages, messages.properties:



And a ValidationMessages.properties for the JSR 303 and Hibernate Validator messages:



The message validation seems to work well except for one issue. When I force a password mismatch, I see something like the following (see attached png file):

Register

Please fix the following error(s)

spitter.password.mismatch.message
Your passwords don't match. Please try again
....

Instead of the single "Your passwords don't match. Please try again." message, I also see "spitter.password.mismatch.message" as a message and can't figure out why.
spttrRegister3.png
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