Works like a charm.... 

Thanks a lot

Cheers,
vishy

jWeekend wrote:
> 
> Vishy,
> 
> Add
> 
> IConverter=Invalid Input
> 
> to a properties file in, for example,  MyApplication.properties for your
> whole application or in MyPage.properties if you want this custom message
> on a particular page only ... etc, in the same package as the class with
> the same name.
> 
> Regards - Cemal
>  http://www.jWeekend.co.uk http://jWeekend.co.uk 
> 
> 
> vishy_sb wrote:
>> 
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> I am trying to get some validations to work using the FeedbackPanel. My
>> form has a Textfield and I am trying to use a NumberValidator to check if
>> it is in a given range. The code that I have used is :
>> 
>> TextField pgLongLimit = new TextField("pgLongLimit", new PropertyModel(
>>                                              pglimit, "longLimit"));
>>                              pgLongLimit.setRequired(false);
>>                              pgLongLimit.setLabel(new Model("Long Limit"));
>>                              validator.addNumberRange(pgLongLimit, 0, 
>> Integer.MAX_VALUE);
>> 
>> My classname.properties file looks has following code:
>> NumberValidator.range = ${label} should have a  positive integer value
>> 
>> 
>> Now whenever I put in a negative input I get the correct error i.e "Long
>> Limit should have a  positive integer value".
>> 
>> However if I put in a char value as an input (say 'a') then the error is
>> "a is not a valid int". I want to change this error to something like
>> "Invalid input". 
>> 
>> Any ideas about how I can do that. I don't know which resource key I
>> would have to use here.
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> vishy
>> 
> 
> 

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