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Custom error message per converter

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Is it possible to configure a custom error message per converter? For example I have this in my

Whenever a Date conversion fails in any action I'd like to show a message like this:

Incorrect format, expected mm/dd/yyyy

I don't want to define a custom message per property as mentioned in the documentation:

"However, sometimes you may wish to override this message on a per-field basis. You can do this by adding an i18n key associated with just your action ( using the pattern, where xxx is the field name."

posted May 22, 2013 by anonymous

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Could you show source code of your DateConverter?

public class DateConverter extends StrutsTypeConverter {
 public Object convertFromString(Map context, String[] values, Class toClass) {
 if (values != null && values.length > 0 && values[0] != null &
 try {
 return sdf.parse(values[0]);
 catch(ParseException e) {
 throw new TypeConversionException(e);
 return null;
 public String convertToString(Map context, Object o) {
 if (o instanceof Date) {
 SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("MM/dd/yyyy");
 return sdf.format((Date)o);
 return "";

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Conversion errors are always reported with a default message defined in the xwork.default.invalid.fieldvalue (Invalid field value for field "xxx", where xxx is the field name) but what I want is a way to be more specific depending of the type. For example for java.math.BigDecimal a custom message for java.lang.Integer another message and so on and if no custom message is found the default is showed.

answer May 23, 2013 by anonymous
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