> Nonetheless, it'd be madness

no, this is spartaaa!

form components search property files for their labels without you
having to explicitly set a model.

-igor


if I had to do that with every component of the
> system. Is this the only way? Couldn't this be done in a more automatic
> fashion, like for example, extracting it from the html label content which
> is associated to the input?
>
> Olivier Bourgeois escribió:
>>
>> Have you tried something like this in your page.java :
>>
>> pwd.setLabel(new Model<String>("Password"));
>>
>> ?
>>
>>
>> 2009/10/7 Tomás Rossi <tro...@mecon.gov.ar>
>>
>>
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> lets say you have this in you html form:
>>> ----------
>>> ...
>>> <label for="pwd">Password</label>
>>> <input type="password" id="pwd" wicket:id="inputPwd"/>
>>> ...
>>> ----------
>>>
>>> Then, a properties file for your app with this:
>>> ----------
>>> ...
>>> Required=Field ${label} is required!
>>> ...
>>> ----------
>>>
>>> When the required-error-message prints, it does like this:
>>>
>>> * Field inputPwd is required!
>>>
>>> Now I wish I could change it to say "Field Password is required!" without
>>> modifying wicket:id attribute nor adding specific required message for
>>> the
>>> component.
>>> Is this possible?
>>>
>>> Kind regards,
>>> Tom;
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