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Java Spring with Hibernate User Messages in Spring Displaying Validation Messages

Why do we need the "long name" for the model in validation errors?

At the end, that String is just used as a key of the model that we will render, so why do we need the long name? Wouldn't just something like "error" do the work?

I am talking about minute 2:00

Thank you!