html:errors is not working in struts to display error message

Hi Experts,

I am having a problem in displaying error message in jsp, I need to display error message in JSP using <html:errors/> please suggest me,

Code at ActionForm:

if(totaltenderAwdAmtSGD.compareTo(finLimitAmt) > 0)
{
ActionErrors actionErrors=new ActionErrors();
actionErrors.add(ActionErrors.GLOBAL_ERROR,new ActionError("error.tender.finAmt.chk.msg"));
Log.out.debug(" finLimitAmtfinLimitAmt 0000: "+actionErrors.isEmpty());

if (!actionErrors.isEmpty()) {
saveErrors(req,actionErrors);
Log.out.debug(" finLimitAmtfinLimitAmt 1111: "+finLimitAmt);

}

Log.out.debug(" finLimitAmtfinLimitAmt 2222: "+finLimitAmt);
strForward = "awardConfirmItem";

}


Am getting all the prints,

entry at ApplicationProperties.properties

error.tender.finAmt.chk.msg=<li>You may want to reduce the Total Awarded Amount as it exceeds selected Approving/ Verifyin Officer financial limit of approval.</li>

and at JSP

<td><html:errors bundle="webitt"/></td></tr>

webitt is the folder where ApplicationProperties.properties is placed. I tried using and without using validate() method in ActionForm, where am returning actionErrors, Still am unable to get error message, please suggest me on this.
yasodaAsked:
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radarshCommented:
Hi yasoda,

bundle="webitt" does not mean that your ApplicationProperties.properties be present in the folder you give.
It refers to the key attribute you give in struts-config.xml.

<message-resources key="webitt" parameter="com.foo.messages" />

Make sure you have some arrangement like the above.
The above means that you have to put your properties file in com/foo/messages folder under classes.

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radarsh
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