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Character # in text field is creating creating issue

 
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I have created simple form accepting address and country, whenever I enter text having # character in address field, in validator it trims all char from # to end also sets other bean variables as null.



and in validator address always trims # char and trailing characters also country is set as null when address contains # character.
I googled lot about but not found anything on this.

@Override
  public void validate()
  {
     if(location.getCountry().equalsIgnoreCase("US")) //getCountry is null when # is in address.
     {
        //TODO
     }
  }

Does Struts OGNL consider # as id selector.
 
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