Why is SortParam.getProperty generic?

2012-11-17 Thread Jochen Mader
It might be due to the fact that I am sick but I don't get why
SortParam.getProperty doesn't return a String but T.
So far I always used getProperty as vasis for a PropertyModel to resolve things.
Any hint would be appreciated,
Jochen

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Intro, Wicket 6, RuntimeException error page

2012-11-17 Thread Rob Schroeder
Hello,

I'm a new list member and I'll start with a quick introduction:

After one or two earlier, but aborted attempts to try and get into Wicket, I've 
finally decided to take the plunge now, even if only for some pending personal 
projects and possible future side-jobs. On my primary job as a Java SE/EE 
developer, JSF will most probably become the one-and-only web framework for the 
foreseeable future, which I don't like, but that's life.

While the mentioned attempts were with Wicket 1.3 and 1.4, it probably would 
seem stupid to start with anything but Wicket 6 now. 

It seems though that Wicket 6 introduced some major changes so that quite some 
of the docs, tips  tricks to be found on the web are no more applicable, 
including parts of the official Wicket Wiki and not really covered by the 
migration hints either; at least that's my impression after my initial 
dabblings 
in Wicket 6, which leads me to the first questions for which I found no hints 
so 
far:

In Wicket 1.5, there is a way to define a custom error page for 
RuntimeExceptions which knows about the causing exception, by extending 
WebRequestCycle and overriding the WebApplication's newRequestCycle method. In 
Wicket 6, I can use getApplicationSettings().setInternalErrorPage and 
getExceptionSettings().setUnexpectedExceptionDisplay, but within my error page 
class I don't see my Exception, then. Did I miss something?

Cheers,
Robert







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Re: Intro, Wicket 6, RuntimeException error page

2012-11-17 Thread Jordi Deu-Pons
Hi Robert,

 I'm using a custom error page in Wicket 6 adding a
RequestCycleListener at WebApplication init like this:

/* In case of unhandled exception redirect it to a custom page */
getRequestCycleListeners().add(new AbstractRequestCycleListener() {
@Override
public IRequestHandler onException(RequestCycle cycle,
Exception e) {
return new RenderPageRequestHandler(new
PageProvider(new ExceptionErrorPage(e)));
}
});

Here you can see that you get the exception on the constructor.

I'm not sure if there is a better way to do this in Wicket 6.

Best regards,

 Jordi.

On Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 2:18 PM, Rob Schroeder schrdrr...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello,

 I'm a new list member and I'll start with a quick introduction:

 After one or two earlier, but aborted attempts to try and get into Wicket, 
 I've
 finally decided to take the plunge now, even if only for some pending personal
 projects and possible future side-jobs. On my primary job as a Java SE/EE
 developer, JSF will most probably become the one-and-only web framework for 
 the
 foreseeable future, which I don't like, but that's life.

 While the mentioned attempts were with Wicket 1.3 and 1.4, it probably would
 seem stupid to start with anything but Wicket 6 now.

 It seems though that Wicket 6 introduced some major changes so that quite some
 of the docs, tips  tricks to be found on the web are no more applicable,
 including parts of the official Wicket Wiki and not really covered by the
 migration hints either; at least that's my impression after my initial 
 dabblings
 in Wicket 6, which leads me to the first questions for which I found no hints 
 so
 far:

 In Wicket 1.5, there is a way to define a custom error page for
 RuntimeExceptions which knows about the causing exception, by extending
 WebRequestCycle and overriding the WebApplication's newRequestCycle method. In
 Wicket 6, I can use getApplicationSettings().setInternalErrorPage and
 getExceptionSettings().setUnexpectedExceptionDisplay, but within my error page
 class I don't see my Exception, then. Did I miss something?

 Cheers,
 Robert







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Re: Why is SortParam.getProperty generic?

2012-11-17 Thread Sven Meier
It's just that some devs wanted to use other things than strings to 
identify the sort order:


  https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-4535

Perhaps Jesse has an example?

Sven


On 11/17/2012 01:19 PM, Jochen Mader wrote:

SortParam.getProperty doesn't return a String butIt might be due to the fact 
that I am sick but I don't get why
  T.
So far I always used getProperty as vasis for a PropertyModel to resolve things.
Any hint would be appreciated,
Jochen

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Re: Why is SortParam.getProperty generic?

2012-11-17 Thread Jochen Mader
On Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 3:42 PM, Sven Meier s...@meiers.net wrote:
 It's just that some devs wanted to use other things than strings to identify
 the sort order:

   https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-4535

 Perhaps Jesse has an example?

 Sven


 On 11/17/2012 01:19 PM, Jochen Mader wrote:

 SortParam.getProperty doesn't return a String butIt might be due to the
 fact that I am sick but I don't get why

   T.
 So far I always used getProperty as vasis for a PropertyModel to resolve
 things.
 Any hint would be appreciated,
 Jochen

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Re: Why is SortParam.getProperty generic?

2012-11-17 Thread Jochen Mader
I was just about to answer my own question.
We migrated a big part of our application to use LambdaJ instead of
PropertyModels. With getProperty being generic it's now possible to
use it instead of passing around strings.
Thanks,
Jochen

On Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 4:01 PM, Jochen Mader pflanzenmoer...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 3:42 PM, Sven Meier s...@meiers.net wrote:
 It's just that some devs wanted to use other things than strings to identify
 the sort order:

   https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-4535

 Perhaps Jesse has an example?

 Sven


 On 11/17/2012 01:19 PM, Jochen Mader wrote:

 SortParam.getProperty doesn't return a String butIt might be due to the
 fact that I am sick but I don't get why

   T.
 So far I always used getProperty as vasis for a PropertyModel to resolve
 things.
 Any hint would be appreciated,
 Jochen

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Re: Intro, Wicket 6, RuntimeException error page

2012-11-17 Thread Rob Schroeder
Hi Jordi,

excellent, thanks!

It seems that the matter was discussed before, resulting in ticket 
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-2659 with a proposal for a 
change to Wicket that would automatically pass an Exception to the page 
specified by getApplicationSettings().setInternalErrorPage if the page's 
class had a suitable constructor, but the proposal was voted down because 
of the existence of your approach.

Cheers,
Robert


On Sat, 17 Nov 2012 15:30:33 +0100, Jordi Deu-Pons wrote:

 Hi Robert,
 
  I'm using a custom error page in Wicket 6 adding a
 RequestCycleListener at WebApplication init like this:
 
 /* In case of unhandled exception redirect it to a custom page */
 getRequestCycleListeners().add(new AbstractRequestCycleListener() {
 @Override
 public IRequestHandler onException(RequestCycle cycle,
 Exception e) {
 return new RenderPageRequestHandler(new
 PageProvider(new ExceptionErrorPage(e)));
 }
 });
 
 Here you can see that you get the exception on the constructor.
 
 I'm not sure if there is a better way to do this in Wicket 6.
 
 Best regards,
 
  Jordi.
 
 On Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 2:18 PM, Rob Schroeder schrdrr...@gmail.com wrote:
  Hello,
 
  I'm a new list member and I'll start with a quick introduction:
 
  After one or two earlier, but aborted attempts to try and get into Wicket, 
  I've
  finally decided to take the plunge now, even if only for some pending 
  personal
  projects and possible future side-jobs. On my primary job as a Java SE/EE
  developer, JSF will most probably become the one-and-only web framework for 
  the
  foreseeable future, which I don't like, but that's life.
 
  While the mentioned attempts were with Wicket 1.3 and 1.4, it probably would
  seem stupid to start with anything but Wicket 6 now.
 
  It seems though that Wicket 6 introduced some major changes so that quite 
  some
  of the docs, tips  tricks to be found on the web are no more applicable,
  including parts of the official Wicket Wiki and not really covered by the
  migration hints either; at least that's my impression after my initial 
  dabblings
  in Wicket 6, which leads me to the first questions for which I found no 
  hints so
  far:
 
  In Wicket 1.5, there is a way to define a custom error page for
  RuntimeExceptions which knows about the causing exception, by extending
  WebRequestCycle and overriding the WebApplication's newRequestCycle method. 
  In
  Wicket 6, I can use getApplicationSettings().setInternalErrorPage and
  getExceptionSettings().setUnexpectedExceptionDisplay, but within my error 
  page
  class I don't see my Exception, then. Did I miss something?
 
  Cheers,
  Robert
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Include one .js file into another .js file in wicket

2012-11-17 Thread delta458
Hello,

I have 2 .js files.

Invoice.js: content is something like:
/var price
var recipient
.../

Rules.js: content is something like:
/if(price  100){
//do Something
}/

What I need: I need to include the Invoice.js into Rules.js.
What my application does: I fill in a form and with compound proporty model
my POJO Invoice.java will be set. If I submit my form. The Invoice Object
will be mapped to the Invoice.js file. That means

/var price;/ inside Invoice.js will be generated from /private double
price;/ inside Invoice.java 

Then Rules.js should be able to read var price.
But how can I include my Invoice.js into the Rules.js in wicket?

Any help appreciated!
regards



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