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How to display @AssertTrue validation message with thymeleaf

 
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I want to compare 2 passwords to see if they match, and if they don't I want to display a validation message.

I can get them to compare correctly, however I cannot get the validation message to display.

The way I did it in SpringBoot 2.1.3 is: (now I am using 2.1.6 and it does not work)



The above code works as expected, using breakoints I can see that all values are correct, however it always returns as "not validated", even if the passwords match.

I guess the above code does not work anymore for some reason, so is there another way to display an @AssertTrue message in thymeleaf if validation fails?
 
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