The <bind> tag supports evaluation of binding errors for a certain
bean or bean property. Exposes a "status" variable of type
to both Java expressions and JSP EL expressions.
Can be used to bind to any bean or bean property in the model.
The specified path determines whether the tag exposes the status of the
bean itself (showing object-level errors), a specific bean property
(showing field errors), or a matching set of bean properties
(showing all corresponding field errors).
The Errors object that has
been bound using this tag is exposed to collaborating tags, as well
as the bean property that this errors object applies to. Nested tags
such as the TransformTag can access those exposed properties.
Set HTML escaping for this tag, as boolean value. Overrides the default
HTML escaping setting for the current page.
Set whether to ignore a nested path, if any.
Default is to not ignore.
The path to the bean or bean property to bind status information for.
For instance account.name, company.address.zipCode or just employee. The status
object will exported to the page scope, specifically for this bean or bean
Set the path that this tag should apply. Can be a bean (e.g. "person")
to get global errors, or a bean property (e.g. "person.name") to get
field errors (also supporting nested fields and "person.na*" mappings).
"person.*" will return all errors for the specified bean, both global
and field errors.