Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Eyal Golan
Hi,
We use BIRT as a report engine.
A freelancer has created the prototype BIRT project, and now we took over
it.
1. BIRT gives you all your needs.
2. I don't like it very much actually.
3. It is a different project than Wicket. (different WAR)
4. I plan to check how to integrate it to be in the same project / WAR of
our main web application.

Our integration:
We don't like the way BIRT implemented the parameters window so we wanted to
make our own.
We found out that it would be much easier to develop it with Wicket than to
customize it in BIRT.
So:
1. We have a page that has an IFrame (inline frame).
2. For each report (in the BIRT project) there's a Wicket's popup modal
window to select parameters.
 I am very happy with the module we built for that. It is very easy to
create new parameters window.
3. When the user chooses the parameters and press OK, I set, using
AttributeModifier, the src attribute of the inline frame.
4. It is all Ajax, so the inline frame is updated with the src, and the
report is generated with the correct parameters..
This module is VERY new in our project. I still have some bugs, but this is
how we integrated BIRT and Wicket.

A question to you all:
Has anyone worked with Wicket and BIRT?
(funny, but I planned to ask this anyway)

Eyal


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 Hi all

 I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
 for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
 PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

 We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not
 complete

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Re: Assert that all models are detached at the end of the request?

2008-09-09 Thread Eyal Golan
Why do you throw WicketNotSerializableException when the model is still
detached?

On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 11:11 AM, Kaspar Fischer [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

 For the sake of completeness, here is the solution I am currently using. It
 uses,
 as suggested by Martijn, a custom request cycle and a modified version of
 SerializableChecker. You have to install the custom request cycle in your
 application
 using

  @Override
  public RequestCycle newRequestCycle(Request request, Response response)
  {
return new CustomRequestCycle(this, (WebRequest) request, (WebResponse)
 response);
  }

 Hope this helps others, too!
 Kaspar

 // * FILE: CustomRequestCycle.java *
 import java.io.NotSerializableException;

 import org.apache.wicket.Page;
 import org.apache.wicket.Response;
 import org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.WebApplication;
 import org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.WebRequest;
 import org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.WebRequestCycle;
 import org.apache.wicket.request.target.component.IPageRequestTarget;
 import org.slf4j.Logger;
 import org.slf4j.LoggerFactory;

 /**
  * A custom request cycle that checks, when in development mode, that all
 models of a page are
  * detached. Currently, only model that are instances of
 LoadableDetachableModel (including
  * subclasses) are checked.
  */
 public class CustomRequestCycle extends WebRequestCycle
 {
  /** Logging object */
  private static final Logger log =
 LoggerFactory.getLogger(WebRequestCycle.class);

  public CustomRequestCycle(WebApplication application, WebRequest request,
 Response response)
  {
super(application, request, response);
  }

  @Override
  protected void onEndRequest()
  {
super.onEndRequest();

if
 (WebApplication.DEVELOPMENT.equalsIgnoreCase(WebApplication.get().getConfigurationType()))
{
  Page requestPage = getRequest().getPage();
  testDetachedObjects(requestPage);

  if (getRequestTarget() instanceof IPageRequestTarget)
  {
Page responsePage = ((IPageRequestTarget)
 getRequestTarget()).getPage();

if (responsePage != requestPage)
{
  testDetachedObjects(responsePage);
}
  }
}
  }

  private void testDetachedObjects(final Page page)
  {
if (page == null)
{
  return;
}

try
{
  NotSerializableException exception = new NotSerializableException(
  Model is not detached when attempting to serialize!);
  DetachedChecker checker = new DetachedChecker(exception);
  checker.writeObject(page);
}
catch (Exception ex)
{
  log.error(Couldn't test/serialize the Page:  + page + , error:  +
 ex);
}
  }
 }


 // * FILE: DetachedChecker.java *
 import java.io.Externalizable;
 import java.io.IOException;
 import java.io.NotSerializableException;
 import java.io.ObjectOutput;
 import java.io.ObjectOutputStream;
 import java.io.ObjectStreamClass;
 import java.io.ObjectStreamField;
 import java.io.OutputStream;
 import java.io.Serializable;
 import java.lang.reflect.Field;
 import java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException;
 import java.lang.reflect.Method;
 import java.lang.reflect.Proxy;
 import java.util.Date;
 import java.util.IdentityHashMap;
 import java.util.Iterator;
 import java.util.LinkedList;
 import java.util.Map;

 import org.apache.wicket.Component;
 import org.apache.wicket.WicketRuntimeException;
 import org.apache.wicket.model.LoadableDetachableModel;
 import org.apache.wicket.util.lang.Generics;
 import org.slf4j.Logger;
 import org.slf4j.LoggerFactory;

 /**
  * This is taken from Wicket SerializableChecker.java (SVN r687197) and
 customized slightly
  * (see comments containing KF). See the latter file for all details,
 including terms of
  * use. Notice that this does not replace SerializableChecker; the latter
 is still run.
  */
 public final class DetachedChecker extends ObjectOutputStream
 {
  /**
   * Exception that is thrown when a non-serializable object was found.
   */
  public static final class WicketNotSerializableException extends
 WicketRuntimeException
  {
private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

WicketNotSerializableException(String message, Throwable cause)
{
  super(message, cause);
}
  }

  /**
   * Does absolutely nothing.
   */
  private static class NoopOutputStream extends OutputStream
  {
@Override
public void close()
{
}

@Override
public void flush()
{
}

@Override
public void write(byte[] b)
{
}

@Override
public void write(byte[] b, int i, int l)
{
}

@Override
public void write(int b)
{
}
  }

  private static abstract class ObjectOutputAdaptor implements ObjectOutput
  {

public void close() throws IOException
{
}

public void flush() throws IOException
{
}

public void write(byte[] b) throws IOException
{
}

public void write(byte[] b, int off, int len) throws IOException
{
}

public 

Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Piller Sébastien
Personnaly, I use JasperReport/iReport to make pdf reports. It works 
very well, and is quite easy to use.


For Excel, I use it too, or JExcelAPI when I need to do more 
sophisticated things


Hi all

I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not
complete

Thanks in advance

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Re: newbie problem with wicket...

2008-09-09 Thread dlipski

I don't have secure base page because project is using wicket-auth-roles with
AnnotationsRoleAuthorizationStrategy so there is no need for such page. 

Maybe I misunderstood your idea ?


Johan Compagner wrote:
 
 Why dont you have a securebasepage class where you do that check for
 login and login if there is that data in the request?
 
 On 9/8/08, dlipski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi

 Im developing with Wicket for short time so forgive me if I misanderstood
 some Wicket concepts.
 Recently I was asked for develop SSO-like feature for Wicket powered web
 application.
 Application uses wicket-auth-roles + Acegi for securing wicket pages.
 What I have to do is to let authenticate users to this web app only by
 typing URL in their web browsers (or clicking some prepared link).
 This URL will contain username and password but user will not be forced
 to
 fill in any form or press any button - just typing url or cliciking some
 prepared link.
 Actual way of uthentication (via Wicket page) must remain, so there will
 be
 two ways to login to application: either by filling in form or typing url
 in
 web browser.
 Because this application is using wicket-auth-roles what I have to do is
 to
 retrive from request user login and password and call signIn(username,
 password) on Session object.
 This is the moment where problem begins (for me).
 I've tried to write simple servlet to do this but when I've accessed
 Wicket
 session by: Session.get() runtime exception was thrown because Wicket
 session cant be created outside request cycle...
 ...so I decided to do this inside request cycle, but actually I dont know
 any simple solution to execute some code (after sending bookmarkable
 request) and redirect to some WicketPage.
 What I need is something like BookmarkablePage but dont displaying any
 page,
 only redirecting to other page (after executing autentication,or some
 other
 code), something which might be called BookmarkableAction ;).
 Probably it is possible to write custom request target and extend request
 target processor (to create such target) but it looks too complicated for
 me
 to perform some simple task.
 In action oriented frameworks (Struts/SpringMVC/...) its trivial, I know
 that Wicket is page oriented framework but Im wondering if there is any
 support for such 'actions'.

 Maybe there is some other way to achive such SSO-like feature ?

 Regards
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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
I use jfreechart  jasperreports with idesigner( so that people can 
design their own reports)..


We had our on hack at the integration.. But it should be trivial..

Leon Nieuwoudt wrote:

Hi all

I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not complete

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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Martijn Dashorst
We use reportmill (I wouldn't pick that anymore), jasperreports (has
its own problems), crystal reports (haven't done anything serious yet)
and business objects (old version and nowadays XI). IMO there are lots
of problems with reporting tools: jasper is not sophisticated enough
in its design tools, crystal reports integrates like shit and
reportmill is expensive and not very well supported. Business objects
borks your architecture by introducing a duplication of your domain
model using its universe.

I've looked at birt 3 years ago, and it was bad at that time. Haven't
looked at it since.

Currently the best tool is jasperreports, when you don't want
customers define reports. Crystal reports seem like a better option if
you have customers that need to define reports, but providing CR with
programmatic data wasn't an option back in the day.

So the search for the holy reporting grail continues.

Martijn

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I use jfreechart  jasperreports with idesigner( so that people can design
 their own reports)..

 We had our on hack at the integration.. But it should be trivial..

 Leon Nieuwoudt wrote:

 Hi all

 I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
 for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
 PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

 We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not
 complete

 Thanks in advance

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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael



Martijn Dashorst wrote:

We use reportmill (I wouldn't pick that anymore), jasperreports (has
its own problems), crystal reports (haven't done anything serious yet)
and business objects (old version and nowadays XI). IMO there are lots
of problems with reporting tools: jasper is not sophisticated enough
in its design tools, crystal reports integrates like shit and
reportmill is expensive and not very well supported. Business objects
borks your architecture by introducing a duplication of your domain
model using its universe.

I've looked at birt 3 years ago, and it was bad at that time. Haven't
looked at it since.

Currently the best tool is jasperreports, when you don't want
customers define reports.
Even if they can use Ireport? 
http://jasperforge.org/plugins/project/project_home.php?group_id=83 .

 Crystal reports seem like a better option if
you have customers that need to define reports, but providing CR with
programmatic data wasn't an option back in the day.

So the search for the holy reporting grail continues.

Martijn

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  

I use jfreechart  jasperreports with idesigner( so that people can design
their own reports)..

We had our on hack at the integration.. But it should be trivial..

Leon Nieuwoudt wrote:


Hi all

I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not
complete

Thanks in advance

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Associating label tags with input elements in RepeatableViews etc.

2008-09-09 Thread Pointbreak
Hi,

Is there an easy way to set the for attribute of a label tag to the
(generated) markup id of an form input element? I cannot set the for
attr. directly in the html template, because the id's are generated
dynamically by wicket (because part of RepeatableViews). Right now I am
doing it programmatically by overriding onComponentTag on the label and
setting it to the markupId of the form component there. But this seems
like something that may have a better solution in wicket itself, is
there?

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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Martijn Dashorst
ireport is not suitable for users.

Martijn

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 10:29 AM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Martijn Dashorst wrote:

 We use reportmill (I wouldn't pick that anymore), jasperreports (has
 its own problems), crystal reports (haven't done anything serious yet)
 and business objects (old version and nowadays XI). IMO there are lots
 of problems with reporting tools: jasper is not sophisticated enough
 in its design tools, crystal reports integrates like shit and
 reportmill is expensive and not very well supported. Business objects
 borks your architecture by introducing a duplication of your domain
 model using its universe.

 I've looked at birt 3 years ago, and it was bad at that time. Haven't
 looked at it since.

 Currently the best tool is jasperreports, when you don't want
 customers define reports.

 Even if they can use Ireport?
 http://jasperforge.org/plugins/project/project_home.php?group_id=83 .

  Crystal reports seem like a better option if
 you have customers that need to define reports, but providing CR with
 programmatic data wasn't an option back in the day.

 So the search for the holy reporting grail continues.

 Martijn

 On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 I use jfreechart  jasperreports with idesigner( so that people can
 design
 their own reports)..

 We had our on hack at the integration.. But it should be trivial..

 Leon Nieuwoudt wrote:


 Hi all

 I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
 for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
 PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

 We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not
 complete

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Wicket in Action

2008-09-09 Thread Jörn Zaefferer
My copy of Wicket in Action just arrived - kudos to Martjin and Eelco!
Great work!

Jörn


[announce] Mootip in wicketstuff minies

2008-09-09 Thread Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
I've just added an mootip integration wicketstuff minies. It does 
somewhat the same as prototip. However it also supports ajaxloading of 
tool tips, which are very nice.


I also added an example project for wicketstuff minies so you can see 
how it works:


https://wicket-stuff.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wicket-stuff/trunk/wicketstuff-minis-example/
check it out, and run mvn jetty:run or just start.java to get it running.


Theres a screencast about it here, although the blog are about 
javascript integration:

http://ninomartinez.wordpress.com/2008/09/09/apache-wicket-javascript-integration/

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Re: Associating label tags with input elements in RepeatableViews etc.

2008-09-09 Thread Michael Sparer

there is, something like that:

final TextField field = new TextField(foo);
field.setLabel(new ResourceModel(fooKey));
add(field);
add(new SimpleFormComponentLabel(fooLabel, field);

regards,
Michael

pointbreak+wicketstuff wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 Is there an easy way to set the for attribute of a label tag to the
 (generated) markup id of an form input element? I cannot set the for
 attr. directly in the html template, because the id's are generated
 dynamically by wicket (because part of RepeatableViews). Right now I am
 doing it programmatically by overriding onComponentTag on the label and
 setting it to the markupId of the form component there. But this seems
 like something that may have a better solution in wicket itself, is
 there?
 
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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael



Martijn Dashorst wrote:

ireport is not suitable for users.
  
Wow what a statement. Depends on the user I guess:) So the holy grail 
continues.. Maybe it's time for a wicket UI jasper integration thing?

Martijn

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 10:29 AM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  

Martijn Dashorst wrote:


We use reportmill (I wouldn't pick that anymore), jasperreports (has
its own problems), crystal reports (haven't done anything serious yet)
and business objects (old version and nowadays XI). IMO there are lots
of problems with reporting tools: jasper is not sophisticated enough
in its design tools, crystal reports integrates like shit and
reportmill is expensive and not very well supported. Business objects
borks your architecture by introducing a duplication of your domain
model using its universe.

I've looked at birt 3 years ago, and it was bad at that time. Haven't
looked at it since.

Currently the best tool is jasperreports, when you don't want
customers define reports.
  

Even if they can use Ireport?
http://jasperforge.org/plugins/project/project_home.php?group_id=83 .


 Crystal reports seem like a better option if
you have customers that need to define reports, but providing CR with
programmatic data wasn't an option back in the day.

So the search for the holy reporting grail continues.

Martijn

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  

I use jfreechart  jasperreports with idesigner( so that people can
design
their own reports)..

We had our on hack at the integration.. But it should be trivial..

Leon Nieuwoudt wrote:



Hi all

I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not
complete

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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Leon Nieuwoudt
Thanks for the advice guys

At the moment I'm not too worried about a friendly report designer...
although I just know the users will ask for one and never use it ;)

So I guess a JasperReport integration will give the most mileage.

BIRT does seem interesting, although the integration seems somewhat hacky

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 8:59 AM, Martijn Dashorst [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:

 Currently the best tool is jasperreports, when you don't want
 customers define reports. Crystal reports seem like a better option if
 you have customers that need to define reports, but providing CR with
 programmatic data wasn't an option back in the day.

 So the search for the holy reporting grail continues.

 Martijn




Re: Gmap2 not visible

2008-09-09 Thread normanr

It's me again ;)

I was trying to figure out why starting wicket in deployment mode solved the
problem. I thought i've made a bookmark of the page i've read something
about that, but i did not. And now i'm googling around but do not find it
again. So would somebody of you be so kind and tell me the reason?

Thanks so much!

normanr wrote:
 
 Yeah! Thanks i've read something like that, but my mind plays so many
 tricks on me at the moment :D
 
 Thanks so much!
 
 francisco treacy-2 wrote:
 
 try firing your app in DEPLOYMENT mode
 
 francisco
 
 On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 6:01 PM, normanr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi there,

 i'm having a problem with wicket-contrib-gmap2. I compiled the examples
 and
 everything worked fine. Then i wrote my own app just for testing but
 when
 i'm looking at the page i only see the 'powered by Google' Logo and the
 Copyright Notice but no map.

 Here's my Code:
 final GMap2 map = new GMap2(contentLocationGMap, GoogleMapsAPIKey);
add(map);

 and here the HTML:

 div wicket:id=contentLocationGMap style=margin-left: auto;
 margin-right:
 auto; width: 600px; height: 400px;GoogleMap/div

 Had anybody have this problem too?

 Thanks for the answers ;)

 Regards,

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Re: Bookmarkable PagingNavigation

2008-09-09 Thread Mathias P.W Nilsson

Yes, thanks I have read that post serveral times!

Finally managed to get the thing working. Not pretty parsing the pageing
parameters and adding the 
page but it works. Thanks!
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Re: Gmap2 not visible

2008-09-09 Thread Martin Funk

normanr wrote:

It's me again ;)

I was trying to figure out why starting wicket in deployment mode solved the
problem. I thought i've made a bookmark of the page i've read something
about that, but i did not. And now i'm googling around but do not find it
again. So would somebody of you be so kind and tell me the reason?
  

Did I ever say how much I like fisheye?

http://fisheye3.atlassian.com/browse/wicket-stuff/trunk/wicket-contrib-gmap2-examples/src/main/java/wicket/contrib/examples/GMapExampleApplication.java?r=3997#l57

mf


Thanks so much!

normanr wrote:
  

Yeah! Thanks i've read something like that, but my mind plays so many
tricks on me at the moment :D

Thanks so much!

francisco treacy-2 wrote:


try firing your app in DEPLOYMENT mode

francisco

On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 6:01 PM, normanr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  

Hi there,

i'm having a problem with wicket-contrib-gmap2. I compiled the examples
and
everything worked fine. Then i wrote my own app just for testing but
when
i'm looking at the page i only see the 'powered by Google' Logo and the
Copyright Notice but no map.

Here's my Code:
final GMap2 map = new GMap2(contentLocationGMap, GoogleMapsAPIKey);
   add(map);

and here the HTML:

div wicket:id=contentLocationGMap style=margin-left: auto;
margin-right:
auto; width: 600px; height: 400px;GoogleMap/div

Had anybody have this problem too?

Thanks for the answers ;)

Regards,

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Re: Bookmarkable PagingNavigation

2008-09-09 Thread Michael Sparer

Well if it's pretty or not depends on your point of view. If you want to make
the thing stateless, there's no other option but passing the values by means
of GET or POST parameters ... if you wish google to index each site then GET
is the way to go ...


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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread reiern70

Hi,

Actually there is no deed to have BIRT in a separated WAR: in our project we
have included it as a (singleton) runtime which is part of the application.
We also have some kind of WEB interface to manage report parameters... We
found BIRT quite useful  for generating reports thought we had some
problems when migrating to new versions (sometimes things that were working
perfectly with one version got terrible unfixed when moving to the next).
With BIRT you get for free the ability to produce Excel, Word, etc... 

In our project we went a bit further and built a machinery that allows to
combine BIRT (and non BIRT) PDF reports into books: BIRT reports are very
good in summarizing information but you are on your own when you have to
combine them... This tool allows you to build a tree like structure (a
book) where the nodes are BIRT reports. The  tool will help in collecting
all the bookmarks into a table of contents, generate combined bookmarks and
so on...

For simpler use cases I have used iText, JFreeChart, JExcelAPI, OpenCSV... 

Best,

Ernesto



egolan74 wrote:
 
 Hi,
 We use BIRT as a report engine.
 A freelancer has created the prototype BIRT project, and now we took over
 it.
 1. BIRT gives you all your needs.
 2. I don't like it very much actually.
 3. It is a different project than Wicket. (different WAR)
 4. I plan to check how to integrate it to be in the same project / WAR of
 our main web application.
 
 Our integration:
 We don't like the way BIRT implemented the parameters window so we wanted
 to
 make our own.
 We found out that it would be much easier to develop it with Wicket than
 to
 customize it in BIRT.
 So:
 1. We have a page that has an IFrame (inline frame).
 2. For each report (in the BIRT project) there's a Wicket's popup modal
 window to select parameters.
  I am very happy with the module we built for that. It is very easy to
 create new parameters window.
 3. When the user chooses the parameters and press OK, I set, using
 AttributeModifier, the src attribute of the inline frame.
 4. It is all Ajax, so the inline frame is updated with the src, and the
 report is generated with the correct parameters..
 This module is VERY new in our project. I still have some bugs, but this
 is
 how we integrated BIRT and Wicket.
 
 A question to you all:
 Has anyone worked with Wicket and BIRT?
 (funny, but I planned to ask this anyway)
 
 Eyal
 
 
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 Hi all

 I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
 for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
 PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

 We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not
 complete

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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread Eyal Golan
reiern70:
Could you please elaborate on how you included BIRT as the part of the
application?
You can mail directly to me if you feel it is out of Wicket's scope.

Thanks

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 2:19 PM, reiern70 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Hi,

 Actually there is no deed to have BIRT in a separated WAR: in our project
 we
 have included it as a (singleton) runtime which is part of the application.
 We also have some kind of WEB interface to manage report parameters... We
 found BIRT quite useful  for generating reports thought we had some
 problems when migrating to new versions (sometimes things that were working
 perfectly with one version got terrible unfixed when moving to the next).
 With BIRT you get for free the ability to produce Excel, Word, etc...

 In our project we went a bit further and built a machinery that allows to
 combine BIRT (and non BIRT) PDF reports into books: BIRT reports are very
 good in summarizing information but you are on your own when you have to
 combine them... This tool allows you to build a tree like structure (a
 book) where the nodes are BIRT reports. The  tool will help in collecting
 all the bookmarks into a table of contents, generate combined bookmarks and
 so on...

 For simpler use cases I have used iText, JFreeChart, JExcelAPI, OpenCSV...

 Best,

 Ernesto



 egolan74 wrote:
 
  Hi,
  We use BIRT as a report engine.
  A freelancer has created the prototype BIRT project, and now we took over
  it.
  1. BIRT gives you all your needs.
  2. I don't like it very much actually.
  3. It is a different project than Wicket. (different WAR)
  4. I plan to check how to integrate it to be in the same project / WAR of
  our main web application.
 
  Our integration:
  We don't like the way BIRT implemented the parameters window so we wanted
  to
  make our own.
  We found out that it would be much easier to develop it with Wicket than
  to
  customize it in BIRT.
  So:
  1. We have a page that has an IFrame (inline frame).
  2. For each report (in the BIRT project) there's a Wicket's popup modal
  window to select parameters.
   I am very happy with the module we built for that. It is very easy
 to
  create new parameters window.
  3. When the user chooses the parameters and press OK, I set, using
  AttributeModifier, the src attribute of the inline frame.
  4. It is all Ajax, so the inline frame is updated with the src, and the
  report is generated with the correct parameters..
  This module is VERY new in our project. I still have some bugs, but this
  is
  how we integrated BIRT and Wicket.
 
  A question to you all:
  Has anyone worked with Wicket and BIRT?
  (funny, but I planned to ask this anyway)
 
  Eyal
 
 
  On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 11:30 AM, Leon Nieuwoudt
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:
 
  Hi all
 
  I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
  for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
  PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.
 
  We've looked at the JasperReports integration but the docs say it's not
  complete
 
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WebResource and authentication

2008-09-09 Thread Adriano dos Santos Fernandes

H!

I inherited my application class from AuthenticatedWebApplication so my 
pages requires authentication. It worked.


But I've created a class inherited from WebResource to deliver Jasper 
Report in PDF and mounted it with this code:

   mountSharedResource(/Report, new ResourceReference(Report) {
   @Override
   protected Resource newResource()
   {
   return new ReportWebResource();
   }
   }.getSharedResourceKey());

The problem is that when I access /Report it bypass the authentication 
system, and I don't want this. How can I make WebResource require 
authentication?


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Re: Reporting Engine on Wicket 1.3.4

2008-09-09 Thread David R Robison
We use Jasper reports. We took what had been started and made some 
modifications and have it working in Wicket. It works well for us. David


Eyal Golan wrote:

reiern70:
Could you please elaborate on how you included BIRT as the part of the
application?
You can mail directly to me if you feel it is out of Wicket's scope.

Thanks

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 2:19 PM, reiern70 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  

Hi,

Actually there is no deed to have BIRT in a separated WAR: in our project
we
have included it as a (singleton) runtime which is part of the application.
We also have some kind of WEB interface to manage report parameters... We
found BIRT quite useful  for generating reports thought we had some
problems when migrating to new versions (sometimes things that were working
perfectly with one version got terrible unfixed when moving to the next).
With BIRT you get for free the ability to produce Excel, Word, etc...

In our project we went a bit further and built a machinery that allows to
combine BIRT (and non BIRT) PDF reports into books: BIRT reports are very
good in summarizing information but you are on your own when you have to
combine them... This tool allows you to build a tree like structure (a
book) where the nodes are BIRT reports. The  tool will help in collecting
all the bookmarks into a table of contents, generate combined bookmarks and
so on...

For simpler use cases I have used iText, JFreeChart, JExcelAPI, OpenCSV...

Best,

Ernesto



egolan74 wrote:


Hi,
We use BIRT as a report engine.
A freelancer has created the prototype BIRT project, and now we took over
it.
1. BIRT gives you all your needs.
2. I don't like it very much actually.
3. It is a different project than Wicket. (different WAR)
4. I plan to check how to integrate it to be in the same project / WAR of
our main web application.

Our integration:
We don't like the way BIRT implemented the parameters window so we wanted
to
make our own.
We found out that it would be much easier to develop it with Wicket than
to
customize it in BIRT.
So:
1. We have a page that has an IFrame (inline frame).
2. For each report (in the BIRT project) there's a Wicket's popup modal
window to select parameters.
 I am very happy with the module we built for that. It is very easy
  

to


create new parameters window.
3. When the user chooses the parameters and press OK, I set, using
AttributeModifier, the src attribute of the inline frame.
4. It is all Ajax, so the inline frame is updated with the src, and the
report is generated with the correct parameters..
This module is VERY new in our project. I still have some bugs, but this
is
how we integrated BIRT and Wicket.

A question to you all:
Has anyone worked with Wicket and BIRT?
(funny, but I planned to ask this anyway)

Eyal


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Hi all

I would like to know what kind of reporting engines are commonly used
for Wicket-based apps? We have the need to generate CSV, Excel, and
PDF files with graphs and pretty graphics.

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Re: newbie problem witch wicket...

2008-09-09 Thread Wayne Pope
Hi,

I've only been using Wicket a very short time, but why don;t you just create
a simple login form page.
Then look at the source and you'll see something like:
form
action=?wicket:bookmarkablePage=:com.youpackage.LoginPageamp;wicket:interface=:0:signInPanel:signInForm::IFormSubmitListener::
wicket:id=signInForm id=signInForm method=post


Then you need to just to POST the username and password parameters to the
above URL , and it'll log you in.

I not sure how you set to us GET in wicket which would be more easy for you.
But I''m sure someone get tell you how to set that up for a form.

cheers
Wayne

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 Im developing with Wicket for short time so forgive me if I misanderstood
 some Wicket concepts.
 Recently I was asked for develop SSO-like feature for Wicket powered web
 application.
 Application uses wicket-auth-roles + Acegi for securing wicket pages.
 What I have to do is to let authenticate users to this web app only by
 typing URL in their web browsers (or clicking some prepared link).
 This URL will contain username and password but user will not be forced to
 fill in any form or press any button - just typing url or cliciking some
 prepared link.
 Actual way of uthentication (via Wicket page) must remain, so there will be
 two ways to login to application: either by filling in form or typing url
 in
 web browser.
 Because this application is using wicket-auth-roles what I have to do is to
 retrive from request user login and password and call signIn(username,
 password) on Session object.
 This is the moment where problem begins (for me).
 I've tried to write simple servlet to do this but when I've accessed Wicket
 session by: Session.get() runtime exception was thrown because Wicket
 session cant be created outside request cycle...
 ...so I decided to do this inside request cycle, but actually I dont know
 any simple solution to execute some code (after sending bookmarkable
 request) and redirect to some WicketPage.
 What I need is something like BookmarkablePage but dont displaying any
 page,
 only redirecting to other page (after executing autentication,or some other
 code), something which might be called BookmarkableAction ;).
 Probably it is possible to write custom request target and extend request
 target processor (to create such target) but it looks too complicated for
 me
 to perform some simple task.
 In action oriented frameworks (Struts/SpringMVC/...) its trivial, I know
 that Wicket is page oriented framework but Im wondering if there is any
 support for such 'actions'.

 Maybe there is some other way to achive such SSO-like feature ?

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Re: StringResourceModel: use MessageFormat features without params array?

2008-09-09 Thread pixologe

Ooops sorry, did not think there would be any reply after a few days...

Implementing the varargs doesn't make this any nicer, I think. (Well, a
little bit...)
The current way does not seem very elegant to me, why would one want to pass
an array of propertymodels as a 4th param if all the data could be passed
using a single model in the 3rd param? It just does not look right in the
line of how elegant the very same works when there are no MessageFormat
features needed.

I will have a look at it when there's time... maybe I'll be able to post an
actual suggestion for improvement then, otherweise I will understand why it
is implemented as it currently is. ;-)



Timo Rantalaiho wrote:
 
 On Wed, 27 Aug 2008, pixologe wrote:
 Short question: if my interpretation of the source code is correct, it is
 not possible to use StringResourceModel's MessageFormat features just
 with a
 single model (without passing a params array).
 
 If this is right: would it be a good idea to make it possible or is there
 a
 good reason that it is not, which I am not aware of?
 
 I think that the best choice is to fix that with varargs in 
 Wicket 1.4 or 1.5 (that use Java 5 that has varargs). The 
 dependency on the order will stay though.
 
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Re: wicket-mooeditable release + ajax/javascript problem

2008-09-09 Thread francisco treacy
thanks nino,

in fact i copied what i have done with wicket-nicedit textarea. in
this case, it did work with ajax.

i will grab all available wicket textarea editors, and patiently try
to discover what tricks javascript is playing on me.

francisco


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[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
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 francisco treacy wrote:

 i have created a basic wicket component that integrates MooEditable, a
 lightweight textarea editor based on mootools.

 http://code.google.com/p/wicket-mooeditable/

 usage (in your form):

TextAreaString textarea = new TextArea(post);
textarea.setOutputMarkupId(true);
textarea.add(new MooEditableBehavior());
form.add(textarea);

(...)

form.add(new MooEditableAjaxButton(submit, form) {

@Override
protected void onSubmit(AjaxRequestTarget arg0,
 Form arg1) {
// stuff here
}

});


 the need for a special button is because the updated contents of the
 textareas have to be saved before submit. MooEditableAjaxButton is an
 AjaxFallbackButton that decorates the submit's onclick, calling
 saveContent() on every mooeditable-enabled textarea.

 input id=submit4 name=:submit onclick=post1.saveContent();
 title2.saveContent(); var wcall=wicketSubmitFormById('form3' (...)) ;
 return false; type=submit value=ok wicket:id=submit/

 the problem here is that it will always fall back to a normal post,
 never an ajax one. if i change my button to
 form.add(new AjaxFallbackButton(submit, form) { ... }  ajax submit
 does work fine.
 but obviously the model binding is not good (post1.saveContent();
 title2.saveContent(); is not added, therefore textarea's contents are
 not updated).


 Looks like it's a mootools thing? You could take a look at YUI editor or
 tinyMCE  and see how they do their form submission...

 my knowledge in javascript is really limited. how can i get to post
 updated contents with pure ajax, not degrading to a normal request?

 thanks,

 francisco

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Displaying Images in MultiLineLabel

2008-09-09 Thread Johannes Dorn

Hello,
i have a problem with my wicket application.
It loads files containing wiki-syntax from a svn repository. The wiki- 
syntax is then converted into HTML and displayed by the application by  
a MultilineLabel.
The wiki-syntax can reference images, which are also stored in the svn  
repository. After converting the wiki-text to html, i get an img  
tag. Its src references the correct file in the svn repository.
The problem is, that the img tag is handled by the clients browser,  
which does not have access to the svn repository.
So, the clients browser will ask for login information. I changed the  
wiki-converting method so that it adds the svn username and password  
to the img tag. However, now the browser will ask for confirmation for  
opening an url with a username. Also, Firefox will display the  
username and password in the images properties, which should be hidden  
from the user.

The question is, how can i let the application handle the image loading?

Greetings
Johannes Dorn

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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-09 Thread cartina84

 I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow with a Panel, with a
DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it. if I set the date the
calendar does not appare. i try to use wicket 1.4m2-m3 but problem remain..
If I remove date from the datetextfield and click on calendar again then
calendar appare.
Someone have the solution?


Michael Mehrle wrote:
 
 I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
 it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
 Works in Safari and Firefox.
 
  
 
 Is this a commonly known problem?
 
  
 
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Re: wicketajaxget and waiting?

2008-09-09 Thread Matej Knopp
It has to be done different way. you can do it with onsuccess
callback. This might be a bit tricky with current ajax implementation,
it will be much easier in Wicket 1.5

-Matej

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 Hi

 Im doing a mootip integration for wicketstuff (minis). I am only one step
 away from being able to release. Im having a bit of a problem with the ajax
 integration, might be me that have stared myself blind...

 This is where im at (I have all the other bits in place):

 var
 content=wicketAjaxGet('?wicket:interface=:0:tooltip02::IBehaviorListener:1:',
 null, null,null);
 content=document.getElementById('mooTipContent').innerHTML;
 return content;

 Now what happens are that the tooltip displays the previous tooltip, so it's
 always lacking one behind. It's because wicketAjaxGet loads asynchronous so
 the method returns content from the previous request.. So the question are
 is there anyway of waiting for wicketAjaxGet to complete? Or should it be
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Re: Displaying Images in MultiLineLabel

2008-09-09 Thread sven
You could adjust the src attribute on rendering, so it points back to your web 
application.
You can use a servlet or a wicket resource to load the image date from your svn 
and serve its contents to the browser.

Sven

Johannes Dorn schrieb: 


Hello,
i have a problem with my wicket application.
It loads files containing wiki-syntax from a svn repository. The wiki- 
syntax is then converted into HTML and displayed by the application by  
a MultilineLabel.
The wiki-syntax can reference images, which are also stored in the svn  
repository. After converting the wiki-text to html, i get an lt;imggt;  
tag. Its src references the correct file in the svn repository.
The problem is, that the img tag is handled by the clients browser,  
which does not have access to the svn repository.
So, the clients browser will ask for login information. I changed the  
wiki-converting method so that it adds the svn username and password  
to the img tag. However, now the browser will ask for confirmation for  
opening an url with a username. Also, Firefox will display the  
username and password in the images properties, which should be hidden  
from the user.
The question is, how can i let the application handle the image loading?

Greetings
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Re: wicketajaxget and waiting?

2008-09-09 Thread Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael

Hi Matej

Yeah found out, and did so:) You can see the final result in minies 
mootipajaxlistener..:)


Matej Knopp wrote:

It has to be done different way. you can do it with onsuccess
callback. This might be a bit tricky with current ajax implementation,
it will be much easier in Wicket 1.5

-Matej

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 12:16 AM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  

Hi

Im doing a mootip integration for wicketstuff (minis). I am only one step
away from being able to release. Im having a bit of a problem with the ajax
integration, might be me that have stared myself blind...

This is where im at (I have all the other bits in place):

var
content=wicketAjaxGet('?wicket:interface=:0:tooltip02::IBehaviorListener:1:',
null, null,null);
content=document.getElementById('mooTipContent').innerHTML;
return content;

Now what happens are that the tooltip displays the previous tooltip, so it's
always lacking one behind. It's because wicketAjaxGet loads asynchronous so
the method returns content from the previous request.. So the question are
is there anyway of waiting for wicketAjaxGet to complete? Or should it be
done in another way?

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Re: GMap2 (wicket-contrib-gmap2) and autozoom with getBoundsZoomLevel

2008-09-09 Thread normanr

http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/WSGMAPP-7 says implemented in Rev 3416.
But I don't find anything like that, neither in the HEAD nor the  comment
for REV 3416. Is it gone or has it never been in svn?



Martin Funk-3 wrote:
 
 Hi Marko,
 
 2008/2/3, Marko Taipale [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


 Hi,

 I am about to do a feature to my wicket app containing gmap. There are
 several markers on the map and the map will autozoom  center according
 to
 those marker positions.

 Now I am wondering if there is upcoming support for
 getBoundsZoomLevel(bounds)  extend(point)* ?
 
 
 There shure is. It already has its own feature request.
 http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/WSGMAPP-7
 
 Back to serious:
 I think its a reasonable request, but I can't tell you when it'll be
 implemented. If you can come up with some code you feel confident with you
 are welcome to attach ist to the Issue. Or, if you are really confident
 about your code ask for commit access to wicket-stuff.
 
 Thnx,
 
 Martin
 
 Or has anybody already written
 an app with such a feature / component and could even pass the code - I'm
 feeling lazy ;).

 Thanks,
 - Marko

 *see
 http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/reference.html#GMap2and
 example at http://econym.googlepages.com/basic14.htm

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Re: Displaying Images in MultiLineLabel

2008-09-09 Thread Johannes Dorn

Thanks for your answer.
I have adjusted the src to point back to the application.
It is pointing to this class:

public class ViewImg extends WebPage {

private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

public ViewImg(final PageParameters parameters) {
String siteId = parameters.getString(id);
		String url = Settings.getInstance().getSvnURL() + / + graphiken/  
+ siteId;

StaticImage image = new StaticImage(image, new Model(url));
add(image);
}
}

ViewImg loads and displays the image correctly, if i open the WebPage  
directly. However, it does not embed the image in the output of the  
MultiLineLabel. I am very new to Wicket, so i don't know how to use  
servlets or a wicket resource. Any hints, how i would use them?


Greetings
Johannes Dorn

Am 09.09.2008 um 15:47 schrieb [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

You could adjust the src attribute on rendering, so it points back  
to your web application.
You can use a servlet or a wicket resource to load the image date  
from your svn and serve its contents to the browser.


Sven

Johannes Dorn schrieb:


Hello,
i have a problem with my wicket application.
It loads files containing wiki-syntax from a svn repository. The wiki-
syntax is then converted into HTML and displayed by the application by
a MultilineLabel.
The wiki-syntax can reference images, which are also stored in the svn
repository. After converting the wiki-text to html, i get an  
lt;imggt;

tag. Its src references the correct file in the svn repository.
The problem is, that the img tag is handled by the clients browser,
which does not have access to the svn repository.
So, the clients browser will ask for login information. I changed the
wiki-converting method so that it adds the svn username and password
to the img tag. However, now the browser will ask for confirmation for
opening an url with a username. Also, Firefox will display the
username and password in the images properties, which should be hidden
from the user.
The question is, how can i let the application handle the image  
loading?


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Re: session jumping?

2008-09-09 Thread m_salman

My appologies.  The problem was bad design and code on my part.  

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Re: GMap2 (wicket-contrib-gmap2) and autozoom with getBoundsZoomLevel

2008-09-09 Thread Martin Funk

Don't know what bit me there,
I have to apologize.

You don't happen to have any ideas molded in code on that, do you?

mf

normanr wrote:

http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/WSGMAPP-7 says implemented in Rev 3416.
But I don't find anything like that, neither in the HEAD nor the  comment
for REV 3416. Is it gone or has it never been in svn?



Martin Funk-3 wrote:
  

Hi Marko,

2008/2/3, Marko Taipale [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


Hi,

I am about to do a feature to my wicket app containing gmap. There are
several markers on the map and the map will autozoom  center according
to
those marker positions.

Now I am wondering if there is upcoming support for
getBoundsZoomLevel(bounds)  extend(point)* ?
  

There shure is. It already has its own feature request.
http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/WSGMAPP-7

Back to serious:
I think its a reasonable request, but I can't tell you when it'll be
implemented. If you can come up with some code you feel confident with you
are welcome to attach ist to the Issue. Or, if you are really confident
about your code ask for commit access to wicket-stuff.

Thnx,

Martin

Or has anybody already written


an app with such a feature / component and could even pass the code - I'm
feeling lazy ;).

Thanks,
- Marko

*see
http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/reference.html#GMap2and
example at http://econym.googlepages.com/basic14.htm

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Re: GMap2 (wicket-contrib-gmap2) and autozoom with getBoundsZoomLevel

2008-09-09 Thread normanr

Not right now Martin,

but i think that we'll need to do it. But I can't promise ;(



Martin Funk-3 wrote:
 
 Don't know what bit me there,
 I have to apologize.
 
 You don't happen to have any ideas molded in code on that, do you?
 
 mf
 
 normanr wrote:
 http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/WSGMAPP-7 says implemented in Rev
 3416.
 But I don't find anything like that, neither in the HEAD nor the  comment
 for REV 3416. Is it gone or has it never been in svn?



 Martin Funk-3 wrote:
   
 Hi Marko,

 2008/2/3, Marko Taipale [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 
 Hi,

 I am about to do a feature to my wicket app containing gmap. There are
 several markers on the map and the map will autozoom  center according
 to
 those marker positions.

 Now I am wondering if there is upcoming support for
 getBoundsZoomLevel(bounds)  extend(point)* ?
   
 There shure is. It already has its own feature request.
 http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/WSGMAPP-7

 Back to serious:
 I think its a reasonable request, but I can't tell you when it'll be
 implemented. If you can come up with some code you feel confident with
 you
 are welcome to attach ist to the Issue. Or, if you are really confident
 about your code ask for commit access to wicket-stuff.

 Thnx,

 Martin

 Or has anybody already written
 
 an app with such a feature / component and could even pass the code -
 I'm
 feeling lazy ;).

 Thanks,
 - Marko

 *see
 http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/reference.html#GMap2and
 example at http://econym.googlepages.com/basic14.htm

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Review: Wicket in Action

2008-09-09 Thread Craig Tataryn
Hey folks, here's my review of Wicket in Action.  Excellent job Martijn and
Eelco and all those that help them along the way!

http://www.mysticcoders.com/blog/2008/09/09/book-review-wicket-in-action/

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Re: Review: Wicket in Action

2008-09-09 Thread Martijn Dashorst
Auch, with all those feathers stuck in my behind sitting will be a
problem for the next couple of days. Thanks for the review, I'm glad
you enjoyed it!

Martijn

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 http://www.mysticcoders.com/blog/2008/09/09/book-review-wicket-in-action/

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Re: newbie problem witch wicket...

2008-09-09 Thread dlipski

Hi

It's some idea but I think that its a little bit of hacking (sending GET
request to formSubmitListener). I found other (are they better ?) solutions:
1)Use usual WebPage and in constructor of this page write code to execute
and then at the end call setRedirect(true) and setResponsePage(somePage)
2)Use Statless page and statless link, write code in link onclick method.

Both solutions assume that acces to this page is done through 'bookmarkable'
URL.

None of these two solutions satisfy me completly because each of them is
some kind of hacking for me. 
In first aproach we use Page constructor to execute some code/action not to
display page, this page even doesnt need any markup file (it will never be
rendered), whats more, replacing responsePage in constructor of another page
looks strange - for me it is breaking of contract(or maybe my understanding)
of WebPage.

In second solution we use statless page and statless link not to display
link to the user but just to allow call any code/action throught
'bookmarkable url'. For me this is also breaking of statless page and
statless link contracts.

Because both of this solutions work, I probably choose one of them but Im
curious why there is no support in wicket for such (simple in action based
framework) cases (or maybe there is but I cant find it ?). 

For me it will be great if I could create 'action' like class and call it
from wicket (inside request cycle) and forward/redirect to some page. I
think it could be done by extending RequestCycleProcessor (to accept
wicket:action url) and write new base class for ActionRequestTargets.

I know that Wicket is page oriented framework but wouldnt be great if it
could also support some simple 'ations' ? As I said Im new to Wicket and
maybe it is impossible or its breaking some of wicket vision/assumptions ?
What do you think about such feature ?

Of course when nature of web application is rather action then page oriented
we should use some of existing action based frameworks, but I think (as
newbie) there are scenarios where in page oriented application such feature
(call some code inside request cycle and redirect to page) will be very
helpfull.

Waiting for your opinions.
Reagrds, Daniel


Wayne Pope wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 I've only been using Wicket a very short time, but why don;t you just
 create
 a simple login form page.
 Then look at the source and you'll see something like:
 form
 action=?wicket:bookmarkablePage=:com.youpackage.LoginPageamp;wicket:interface=:0:signInPanel:signInForm::IFormSubmitListener::
 wicket:id=signInForm id=signInForm method=post
 
 
 Then you need to just to POST the username and password parameters to the
 above URL , and it'll log you in.
 
 I not sure how you set to us GET in wicket which would be more easy for
 you.
 But I''m sure someone get tell you how to set that up for a form.
 
 cheers
 Wayne
 
 On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 9:59 PM, dlipski [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
 

 Hi

 Im developing with Wicket for short time so forgive me if I misanderstood
 some Wicket concepts.
 Recently I was asked for develop SSO-like feature for Wicket powered web
 application.
 Application uses wicket-auth-roles + Acegi for securing wicket pages.
 What I have to do is to let authenticate users to this web app only by
 typing URL in their web browsers (or clicking some prepared link).
 This URL will contain username and password but user will not be forced
 to
 fill in any form or press any button - just typing url or cliciking some
 prepared link.
 Actual way of uthentication (via Wicket page) must remain, so there will
 be
 two ways to login to application: either by filling in form or typing url
 in
 web browser.
 Because this application is using wicket-auth-roles what I have to do is
 to
 retrive from request user login and password and call signIn(username,
 password) on Session object.
 This is the moment where problem begins (for me).
 I've tried to write simple servlet to do this but when I've accessed
 Wicket
 session by: Session.get() runtime exception was thrown because Wicket
 session cant be created outside request cycle...
 ...so I decided to do this inside request cycle, but actually I dont know
 any simple solution to execute some code (after sending bookmarkable
 request) and redirect to some WicketPage.
 What I need is something like BookmarkablePage but dont displaying any
 page,
 only redirecting to other page (after executing autentication,or some
 other
 code), something which might be called BookmarkableAction ;).
 Probably it is possible to write custom request target and extend request
 target processor (to create such target) but it looks too complicated for
 me
 to perform some simple task.
 In action oriented frameworks (Struts/SpringMVC/...) its trivial, I know
 that Wicket is page oriented framework but Im wondering if there is any
 support for such 'actions'.

 Maybe there is some other way to achive such SSO-like feature ?

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Best first approach to Wicket for my case

2008-09-09 Thread Vernon
I plan to use Wicket first time for my next project. I will use Wicket + Spring 
+ Hibernate to build a web application.
I am familiar with Spring (mostly the pre-2.5 version) and Hibernate.
And I also worked with Swing before moved into the Java server side
development. I would like to hear any suggestions of most effective
approaches. I don't have a lot of time for this project, but would like
to get it up ASAP. 

The first phase of the project will allow users post entries which involves 
image uploading and map display. Online forum is another feature in my plan. 

While
I am starting research/study on related materials, I would like to hear
suggestions/advices from others with related successful or unsuccessful
experience.

Thanks very much in advance.

.v  


  

Re: GMap2 (wicket-contrib-gmap2) and autozoom with getBoundsZoomLevel

2008-09-09 Thread Martin Funk

normanr wrote:

Not right now Martin,

but i think that we'll need to do it. But I can't promise ;(
  

who is it that you mean by 'we'?

I've been rolling the thoughts about a possible implementation in my 
head this afternoon, but didn't get to a reasonable answer yet.
I might not have understood the use case yet. Implementing the methods 
'getBoundsZoomLevel(bounds)  extend(point)' in a way that the server 
could ask for their execution, while being in a request/response cycle, 
and also receive their outcome might be not so easy to implement nor to use.


If the use is closer to what is described in 
http://econym.googlepages.com/basic14.htm it might be easier.
Here the server would be enabled to place a call to the map which re 
zooms and slips it, so that some given points would show up. Later on it 
would be informed about the border and the zoomlevel of the map.

I think that's easier to implement.

mf
Btw.: I can't promis anything either ;-)



Martin Funk-3 wrote:
  

Don't know what bit me there,
I have to apologize.

You don't happen to have any ideas molded in code on that, do you?

mf

normanr wrote:


http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/WSGMAPP-7 says implemented in Rev
3416.
But I don't find anything like that, neither in the HEAD nor the  comment
for REV 3416. Is it gone or has it never been in svn?



Martin Funk-3 wrote:
  
  

Hi Marko,

2008/2/3, Marko Taipale [EMAIL PROTECTED]:



Hi,

I am about to do a feature to my wicket app containing gmap. There are
several markers on the map and the map will autozoom  center according
to
those marker positions.

Now I am wondering if there is upcoming support for
getBoundsZoomLevel(bounds)  extend(point)* ?
  
  

There shure is. It already has its own feature request.
http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/WSGMAPP-7

Back to serious:
I think its a reasonable request, but I can't tell you when it'll be
implemented. If you can come up with some code you feel confident with
you
are welcome to attach ist to the Issue. Or, if you are really confident
about your code ask for commit access to wicket-stuff.

Thnx,

Martin

Or has anybody already written



an app with such a feature / component and could even pass the code -
I'm
feeling lazy ;).

Thanks,
- Marko

*see
http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/reference.html#GMap2and
example at http://econym.googlepages.com/basic14.htm

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Re: session jumping?

2008-09-09 Thread Daniel Freitas
Could you enlighten us on what the problem was so we know what to avoid in
our own implementations? Is that what Igor suggested? Your isVisible()
method cheeking a static value?

2008/9/9 m_salman [EMAIL PROTECTED]


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listview

2008-09-09 Thread Patel, Sanjay
Hi,

I have a list of String that I want to display using ListView in three
different columns of table. I don't want to split list into three lists
and use three different ListViews. I just want to use only one ListView
and display strings in three columns.

e.g.


Title of Table

string1   | string2   | string3
string11  | string22  | string33
string111 | string222 | string333


Is there any way to do it?

Thanks,

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Re: listview

2008-09-09 Thread Igor Vaynberg
use a gridview

-igor

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 1:30 PM, Patel, Sanjay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi,

 I have a list of String that I want to display using ListView in three
 different columns of table. I don't want to split list into three lists
 and use three different ListViews. I just want to use only one ListView
 and display strings in three columns.

 e.g.

 
 Title of Table
 
 string1   | string2   | string3
 string11  | string22  | string33
 string111 | string222 | string333


 Is there any way to do it?

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Form values lost in combination of Forms plus ModalWindow

2008-09-09 Thread German Morales
Hi all,

I've a problem with Forms and ModalWindows.

I have this stuff:
-a page with a main Form (the only one that is rendered as an HTML form tag)
-this my only page, since all inside it is changed by replacing panels using
ajax.
-inside some other levels of panels, i have a panel with my content (let me
call it myContentPanel), which has its own (sub) Form (which is rendered as
a div).
-myContentPanel has some controls... TextFields, DropDownChoices,
CheckBoxes.
-myContentPanel has also a link that opens a ModalWindow.
-the ModalWindow has its own Form with components, and an AjaxSubmitLink to
close it.

Now the problem...
1- I enter to myContentPanel and enter some values in the components.
2- I press the link to open the ModalWindow.
3- I work with the ModalWindow, then press an AjaxSubmitLink to close it.
4- When refreshing myContentPanel, the values in some controls is lost:
CheckBoxes, DropDownChoices, but NOT in TextFields.

After some investigation, this is what i've discovered:
-on step 3 (accept and close the ModalWindow), the AjaxSubmitLink calls
(javascript) wicketSubmitFormById passing the ModalWindow's form as
parameter.
-this processes the ModalWindow's form and prepares the values to be sent to
wicket side.
-but when i see the url, it mentions that the form that will be used for the
HTTP request is the page's form (because it's the only real form, i think
this is normal).
-on wicket side, the request processing calls Form#onFormSubmitted, which
calls #inputChanged, which calls a visitor visiting all components... in the
main form!
-this ends up calling FormComponent#inputChanged on the CheckBoxes,
DropDownChoices, TextFields that where in myContentPanel (also for the
controls in the ModalWindow, but that's no surprise).
-given that the javascript only prepared the data for the ModalWindow's
form, the values for the components in myContentPanel is empty.
-looking deeper in #inputChanged, getInputAsArray() gives null for the
components in myContentPanel.
-then, since CheckBox and DropDownChoice answer true to isInputNullable()
(default in FormComponent), the rawInput is set to null, even if i didn't
touch the CheckBoxes/DropDownChoices at all in this call (then losing the
previous value: NO_RAW_INPUT).
-on step 4, when the CheckBox/DropDownChoice wants to get rendered again,
onComponentTag calls FormComponent#getValue, which if
(NO_RAW_INPUT.equals(rawInput)) uses the Model to get the value (what i
would expect), but in my case returns the rawInput (null... ouch).

I have fixed it temporaly by overriding isInputNullable in my
CheckBoxes/DropDownChoice, but i understand that this is not a very good
solution.

Some doubts that remain:
-is there anything wrong with my structure of forms and panels, which is
actually producing these side effects?
-if only the values for ModalWindow form are sent to the server, why the is
onFormSubmitted called on the main page form?
-the javadoc in isInputNullable is not very clear for me... do i break
something else if i override isInputNullable answering false?

Thanks in advance,

German


Re: Development/Deployment style attributes

2008-09-09 Thread insom

Sorry, the yellow text should say:

lt;span style=background-color: yellow; font-weight:
bold;wicket:message key=takeTheTestTake the
Test/wicket:messagelt;/span


insom wrote:
 
 I'm not sure if this is a Wicket bug or my own misunderstanding of
 development vs. deployment modes. My markup included the following:
 
 wicket:message style=display: inline; background-color: yellow;
 font-weight: bold; key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message
 
 That worked find in development mode, but when I switched to deployment,
 the style attribute was stripped from the final source. In the end I
 solved it like this:
 
 wicket:message key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message
 
 Is that intentional different in development/deployment, and if so, why?
 

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2008-09-09 Thread insom

I'm not sure if this is a Wicket bug or my own misunderstanding of
development vs. deployment modes. My markup included the following:

wicket:message style=display: inline; background-color: yellow;
font-weight: bold; key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

That worked find in development mode, but when I switched to deployment, the
style attribute was stripped from the final source. In the end I solved it
like this:

wicket:message key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

Is that intentional different in development/deployment, and if so, why?
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Re: Development/Deployment style attributes

2008-09-09 Thread Martijn Dashorst
wicket:message is stripped from the final markup in development mode,
this is intentional.

Martijn
On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 11:31 PM, insom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm not sure if this is a Wicket bug or my own misunderstanding of
 development vs. deployment modes. My markup included the following:

 wicket:message style=display: inline; background-color: yellow;
 font-weight: bold; key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

 That worked find in development mode, but when I switched to deployment, the
 style attribute was stripped from the final source. In the end I solved it
 like this:

 wicket:message key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

 Is that intentional different in development/deployment, and if so, why?
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Re: Development/Deployment style attributes

2008-09-09 Thread Igor Vaynberg
martijn meant deployment mode. put your wicket:message into a div and
set styles on that...

-igor

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 2:41 PM, Martijn Dashorst
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 wicket:message is stripped from the final markup in development mode,
 this is intentional.

 Martijn
 On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 11:31 PM, insom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm not sure if this is a Wicket bug or my own misunderstanding of
 development vs. deployment modes. My markup included the following:

 wicket:message style=display: inline; background-color: yellow;
 font-weight: bold; key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

 That worked find in development mode, but when I switched to deployment, the
 style attribute was stripped from the final source. In the end I solved it
 like this:

 wicket:message key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

 Is that intentional different in development/deployment, and if so, why?
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Re: Development/Deployment style attributes

2008-09-09 Thread Martijn Dashorst
It is stripped because you won't be able to find any wicket: tags in
any of the HTML standards. Browsers won't be able to do anything with
the tag. At best they'll leave it alone, but browsers playing with the
wicket tags can also wreck havoc when doing dom manipulations.

Martijn

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 11:41 PM, Martijn Dashorst
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 wicket:message is stripped from the final markup in development mode,
 this is intentional.

 Martijn
 On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 11:31 PM, insom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm not sure if this is a Wicket bug or my own misunderstanding of
 development vs. deployment modes. My markup included the following:

 wicket:message style=display: inline; background-color: yellow;
 font-weight: bold; key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

 That worked find in development mode, but when I switched to deployment, the
 style attribute was stripped from the final source. In the end I solved it
 like this:

 wicket:message key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

 Is that intentional different in development/deployment, and if so, why?
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Re: Development/Deployment style attributes

2008-09-09 Thread insom

Great, thanks. Is there a compiled list online somewhere of the differences
between development and deployment modes? My Google/Nabble skills don't seem
to be pulling anything up...


Martijn Dashorst wrote:
 
 It is stripped because you won't be able to find any wicket: tags in
 any of the HTML standards. Browsers won't be able to do anything with
 the tag. At best they'll leave it alone, but browsers playing with the
 wicket tags can also wreck havoc when doing dom manipulations.
 
 Martijn
 
 On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 11:41 PM, Martijn Dashorst
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 wicket:message is stripped from the final markup in development mode,
 this is intentional.

 Martijn
 On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 11:31 PM, insom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm not sure if this is a Wicket bug or my own misunderstanding of
 development vs. deployment modes. My markup included the following:

 wicket:message style=display: inline; background-color: yellow;
 font-weight: bold; key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

 That worked find in development mode, but when I switched to deployment,
 the
 style attribute was stripped from the final source. In the end I solved
 it
 like this:

 wicket:message key=takeTheTestTake the Test/wicket:message

 Is that intentional different in development/deployment, and if so, why?
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Re: session jumping?

2008-09-09 Thread m_salman

Oh, it was much dumber thing than that.  I had added the Main page, which had
the panels, to the application object.  So evey component was shared in the
app.

Pretty dumb.  



daniel.mfreitas wrote:
 
 Could you enlighten us on what the problem was so we know what to avoid in
 our own implementations? Is that what Igor suggested? Your isVisible()
 method cheeking a static value?
 
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Re: Wicket in Action

2008-09-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Cheers :-)

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 2:34 AM, Jörn Zaefferer
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 My copy of Wicket in Action just arrived - kudos to Martjin and Eelco!
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Re: Form values lost in combination of Forms plus ModalWindow

2008-09-09 Thread Matej Knopp
The link that shows the modal window must be AjaxButton/SubmitLink.

-Matej

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 11:20 PM, German Morales
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi all,

 I've a problem with Forms and ModalWindows.

 I have this stuff:
 -a page with a main Form (the only one that is rendered as an HTML form tag)
 -this my only page, since all inside it is changed by replacing panels using
 ajax.
 -inside some other levels of panels, i have a panel with my content (let me
 call it myContentPanel), which has its own (sub) Form (which is rendered as
 a div).
 -myContentPanel has some controls... TextFields, DropDownChoices,
 CheckBoxes.
 -myContentPanel has also a link that opens a ModalWindow.
 -the ModalWindow has its own Form with components, and an AjaxSubmitLink to
 close it.

 Now the problem...
 1- I enter to myContentPanel and enter some values in the components.
 2- I press the link to open the ModalWindow.
 3- I work with the ModalWindow, then press an AjaxSubmitLink to close it.
 4- When refreshing myContentPanel, the values in some controls is lost:
 CheckBoxes, DropDownChoices, but NOT in TextFields.

 After some investigation, this is what i've discovered:
 -on step 3 (accept and close the ModalWindow), the AjaxSubmitLink calls
 (javascript) wicketSubmitFormById passing the ModalWindow's form as
 parameter.
 -this processes the ModalWindow's form and prepares the values to be sent to
 wicket side.
 -but when i see the url, it mentions that the form that will be used for the
 HTTP request is the page's form (because it's the only real form, i think
 this is normal).
 -on wicket side, the request processing calls Form#onFormSubmitted, which
 calls #inputChanged, which calls a visitor visiting all components... in the
 main form!
 -this ends up calling FormComponent#inputChanged on the CheckBoxes,
 DropDownChoices, TextFields that where in myContentPanel (also for the
 controls in the ModalWindow, but that's no surprise).
 -given that the javascript only prepared the data for the ModalWindow's
 form, the values for the components in myContentPanel is empty.
 -looking deeper in #inputChanged, getInputAsArray() gives null for the
 components in myContentPanel.
 -then, since CheckBox and DropDownChoice answer true to isInputNullable()
 (default in FormComponent), the rawInput is set to null, even if i didn't
 touch the CheckBoxes/DropDownChoices at all in this call (then losing the
 previous value: NO_RAW_INPUT).
 -on step 4, when the CheckBox/DropDownChoice wants to get rendered again,
 onComponentTag calls FormComponent#getValue, which if
 (NO_RAW_INPUT.equals(rawInput)) uses the Model to get the value (what i
 would expect), but in my case returns the rawInput (null... ouch).

 I have fixed it temporaly by overriding isInputNullable in my
 CheckBoxes/DropDownChoice, but i understand that this is not a very good
 solution.

 Some doubts that remain:
 -is there anything wrong with my structure of forms and panels, which is
 actually producing these side effects?
 -if only the values for ModalWindow form are sent to the server, why the is
 onFormSubmitted called on the main page form?
 -the javadoc in isInputNullable is not very clear for me... do i break
 something else if i override isInputNullable answering false?

 Thanks in advance,

 German


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https flips to http

2008-09-09 Thread insom

First, thanks to all of you who have helped me out as I've worked through my
first Wicket project. The site is finally finished and we're in the process
of deploying it to our live servers. However, there's one last hitch. When I
go to our URL, https://test.domain.edu/myapp/, the browser goes to the
correct Wicket homepage, but it switches from https to http, like so -
http://test.domain.edu/myapp/home.

The fact that it's getting to /home implies to me that Wicket is picking
up the request, and then for some reason converting the https to http. Can
anyone point me where I should look to solve this? Thanks again!
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RE: listview

2008-09-09 Thread Patel, Sanjay
Thanks. This is what I want. 

-Original Message-
From: Igor Vaynberg [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2008 5:01 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: listview

use a gridview

-igor

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 1:30 PM, Patel, Sanjay [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:
 Hi,

 I have a list of String that I want to display using ListView in three

 different columns of table. I don't want to split list into three 
 lists and use three different ListViews. I just want to use only one 
 ListView and display strings in three columns.

 e.g.

 
 Title of Table
 
 string1   | string2   | string3
 string11  | string22  | string33
 string111 | string222 | string333


 Is there any way to do it?

 Thanks,

 -Sanjay


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RE: https flips to http

2008-09-09 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
Wicket uses relative URLs, so at first guess, I'd think it was something else.  
Start with something like Firefox plugin Tamper Data and see what redirects 
are happening.

Jeremy Thomerson
http://www.wickettraining.com
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-Original Message-
From: insom [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2008 6:20 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: https flips to http


First, thanks to all of you who have helped me out as I've worked through my
first Wicket project. The site is finally finished and we're in the process
of deploying it to our live servers. However, there's one last hitch. When I
go to our URL, https://test.domain.edu/myapp/, the browser goes to the
correct Wicket homepage, but it switches from https to http, like so -
http://test.domain.edu/myapp/home.

The fact that it's getting to /home implies to me that Wicket is picking
up the request, and then for some reason converting the https to http. Can
anyone point me where I should look to solve this? Thanks again!
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Re: newbie problem witch wicket...

2008-09-09 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
How about something like:

public MyBookmarkableSimpleSignOnPage(PageParameters parameters) {
super(parameters);
String username = parameters.getString(un);
String password = parameters.getString(pw);
signIn(username, password);
throw new
RestartResponseAtInterceptPageException(DestinationPage.class);
}

Of course, there are security concerns with having URLs with username and
password in it.  But, that wasn't what you asked.  You asked specifically
how to pull username and password from the request, authenticate, and
redirect to authenticated page.

Depending on use case, you might think about having a single-use token that
is in the URL instead, or a time-restricted token, and in your DB you store
a reference that relates that token, an expiration, and the user it works
for.  This could easily be adapted for that.


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On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 2:43 PM, dlipski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Hi

 It's some idea but I think that its a little bit of hacking (sending GET
 request to formSubmitListener). I found other (are they better ?)
 solutions:
 1)Use usual WebPage and in constructor of this page write code to execute
 and then at the end call setRedirect(true) and setResponsePage(somePage)
 2)Use Statless page and statless link, write code in link onclick method.

 Both solutions assume that acces to this page is done through
 'bookmarkable'
 URL.

 None of these two solutions satisfy me completly because each of them is
 some kind of hacking for me.
 In first aproach we use Page constructor to execute some code/action not to
 display page, this page even doesnt need any markup file (it will never be
 rendered), whats more, replacing responsePage in constructor of another
 page
 looks strange - for me it is breaking of contract(or maybe my
 understanding)
 of WebPage.

 In second solution we use statless page and statless link not to display
 link to the user but just to allow call any code/action throught
 'bookmarkable url'. For me this is also breaking of statless page and
 statless link contracts.

 Because both of this solutions work, I probably choose one of them but Im
 curious why there is no support in wicket for such (simple in action based
 framework) cases (or maybe there is but I cant find it ?).

 For me it will be great if I could create 'action' like class and call it
 from wicket (inside request cycle) and forward/redirect to some page. I
 think it could be done by extending RequestCycleProcessor (to accept
 wicket:action url) and write new base class for ActionRequestTargets.

 I know that Wicket is page oriented framework but wouldnt be great if it
 could also support some simple 'ations' ? As I said Im new to Wicket and
 maybe it is impossible or its breaking some of wicket vision/assumptions ?
 What do you think about such feature ?

 Of course when nature of web application is rather action then page
 oriented
 we should use some of existing action based frameworks, but I think (as
 newbie) there are scenarios where in page oriented application such feature
 (call some code inside request cycle and redirect to page) will be very
 helpfull.

 Waiting for your opinions.
 Reagrds, Daniel


 Wayne Pope wrote:
 
  Hi,
 
  I've only been using Wicket a very short time, but why don;t you just
  create
  a simple login form page.
  Then look at the source and you'll see something like:
  form
 
 action=?wicket:bookmarkablePage=:com.youpackage.LoginPageamp;wicket:interface=:0:signInPanel:signInForm::IFormSubmitListener::
  wicket:id=signInForm id=signInForm method=post
 
 
  Then you need to just to POST the username and password parameters to the
  above URL , and it'll log you in.
 
  I not sure how you set to us GET in wicket which would be more easy for
  you.
  But I''m sure someone get tell you how to set that up for a form.
 
  cheers
  Wayne
 
  On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 9:59 PM, dlipski [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  wrote:
 
 
  Hi
 
  Im developing with Wicket for short time so forgive me if I
 misanderstood
  some Wicket concepts.
  Recently I was asked for develop SSO-like feature for Wicket powered web
  application.
  Application uses wicket-auth-roles + Acegi for securing wicket pages.
  What I have to do is to let authenticate users to this web app only by
  typing URL in their web browsers (or clicking some prepared link).
  This URL will contain username and password but user will not be forced
  to
  fill in any form or press any button - just typing url or cliciking some
  prepared link.
  Actual way of uthentication (via Wicket page) must remain, so there will
  be
  two ways to login to application: either by filling in form or typing
 url
  in
  web browser.
  Because this application is using wicket-auth-roles what I have to do is
  to
  retrive from request user login and password and call signIn(username,
  password) on Session object.
  This is the moment where problem begins (for 

Re: Form values lost in combination of Forms plus ModalWindow

2008-09-09 Thread German Morales
Hi Matej,

Thanks for the answer.

I have an AjaxSubmitLink both for opening and closing the modal window.
Should that make any trouble?
In both cases i have data to persist, so it must be a .*Submit.* component.

Also, my problem happens when closing the window, not when opening it.
I summarize it again:
-the browser sends an ajax call with the values in the modal window
-but on wicket side the main form of the page is the one that takes charge
-the components on the page then receive the new input, but there's actually
nothing coming from the browser for them
-some components (text components) handle it well, some not (checkbox,
dropdownchoice).
-the misbehaving component get a rawinput of null instead of NO_RAW_INPUT,
which then produces the side effect that the component does not get the
value from the model on rendering.

Please see the doubts section at the end of the original e-mail.

Thanks again,

German

2008/9/9 Matej Knopp [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 The link that shows the modal window must be AjaxButton/SubmitLink.

 -Matej

 On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 11:20 PM, German Morales
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Hi all,
 
  I've a problem with Forms and ModalWindows.
 
  I have this stuff:
  -a page with a main Form (the only one that is rendered as an HTML form
 tag)
  -this my only page, since all inside it is changed by replacing panels
 using
  ajax.
  -inside some other levels of panels, i have a panel with my content (let
 me
  call it myContentPanel), which has its own (sub) Form (which is rendered
 as
  a div).
  -myContentPanel has some controls... TextFields, DropDownChoices,
  CheckBoxes.
  -myContentPanel has also a link that opens a ModalWindow.
  -the ModalWindow has its own Form with components, and an AjaxSubmitLink
 to
  close it.
 
  Now the problem...
  1- I enter to myContentPanel and enter some values in the components.
  2- I press the link to open the ModalWindow.
  3- I work with the ModalWindow, then press an AjaxSubmitLink to close it.
  4- When refreshing myContentPanel, the values in some controls is lost:
  CheckBoxes, DropDownChoices, but NOT in TextFields.
 
  After some investigation, this is what i've discovered:
  -on step 3 (accept and close the ModalWindow), the AjaxSubmitLink calls
  (javascript) wicketSubmitFormById passing the ModalWindow's form as
  parameter.
  -this processes the ModalWindow's form and prepares the values to be sent
 to
  wicket side.
  -but when i see the url, it mentions that the form that will be used for
 the
  HTTP request is the page's form (because it's the only real form, i think
  this is normal).
  -on wicket side, the request processing calls Form#onFormSubmitted, which
  calls #inputChanged, which calls a visitor visiting all components... in
 the
  main form!
  -this ends up calling FormComponent#inputChanged on the CheckBoxes,
  DropDownChoices, TextFields that where in myContentPanel (also for the
  controls in the ModalWindow, but that's no surprise).
  -given that the javascript only prepared the data for the ModalWindow's
  form, the values for the components in myContentPanel is empty.
  -looking deeper in #inputChanged, getInputAsArray() gives null for the
  components in myContentPanel.
  -then, since CheckBox and DropDownChoice answer true to isInputNullable()
  (default in FormComponent), the rawInput is set to null, even if i didn't
  touch the CheckBoxes/DropDownChoices at all in this call (then losing the
  previous value: NO_RAW_INPUT).
  -on step 4, when the CheckBox/DropDownChoice wants to get rendered again,
  onComponentTag calls FormComponent#getValue, which if
  (NO_RAW_INPUT.equals(rawInput)) uses the Model to get the value (what i
  would expect), but in my case returns the rawInput (null... ouch).
 
  I have fixed it temporaly by overriding isInputNullable in my
  CheckBoxes/DropDownChoice, but i understand that this is not a very good
  solution.
 
  Some doubts that remain:
  -is there anything wrong with my structure of forms and panels, which is
  actually producing these side effects?
  -if only the values for ModalWindow form are sent to the server, why the
 is
  onFormSubmitted called on the main page form?
  -the javadoc in isInputNullable is not very clear for me... do i break
  something else if i override isInputNullable answering false?
 
  Thanks in advance,
 
  German
 

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ajax dropdowns

2008-09-09 Thread Scott Swank
Possible bug in Wicket 1.3.4 JavaScript

I am seeing a focus issue when an
AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(onblur) is fired from a form
component and the next form component is a drop down.  When I then tab
out of the drop down I go to the 1st item on the page rather than the
next item on the form.

This only occurs in IE6, and only if an element prior to the dropdown
is updated.  Here are the ajax logs from IE6 and Firefox3.  I suspect
that this behavior is related to the fact that I see details such as
the following for FF3, but not for IE6.

INFO: Calling focus on wicket-generated-id-2
INFO: focus removed from wicket-generated-id-2
INFO: focus set on wicket-generated-id-2

The logs..

IE6

INFO: Initiating Ajax POST request on
?wicket:interface=:3:billingForm:checkoutBillingInfoPanel:lNameBorder:lastName::IBehaviorListener:2:random=0.03186744821668486
INFO: Invoking pre-call handler(s)...
INFO: Channel busy - postponing...
INFO: focus set on
INFO: Received ajax response (69 characters)
INFO:
?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?ajax-response/ajax-response
INFO: Response parsed. Now invoking steps...
INFO: Response processed successfully.
INFO: Invoking post-call handler(s)...
INFO: Calling posponed function...
INFO:
INFO: Initiating Ajax POST request on
?wicket:interface=:3:billingForm:checkoutBillingInfoPanel:lNameBorder:lastName::IActivePageBehaviorListener:6:wicket:ignoreIfNotActive=truerandom=0.03611269598335831
INFO: Invoking pre-call handler(s)...
INFO: last focus id was not set
INFO: Received ajax response (986 characters)
INFO:
?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?ajax-responsecomponent
id=feedbackContainer92 ![CDATA[div id=feedbackContainer92
class=errorBar
div class=errorBarImgimg
src=/mytrip/images/img_error.gif width=26 height=26 alt=
border=0 //div
div class=errorBarUL
span id=feedbacke9!-- MARKUP FOR
com.vegas.ui.wicket.form.validation.ValidationBorder$2 BEGIN --
  ul
li class=feedbackPanelERROR
  span class=feedbackPanelERRORYou did not enter a first name.
Please enter a first name and try again./span
/li
  /ul
!-- MARKUP FOR com.vegas.ui.wicket.form.validation.ValidationBorder$2
END --/span
/div
div class=clear/div
/div]]/componentcomponent id=errorImg94
![CDATA[span id=errorImg94
img src=/mytrip/images/img_error.gif width=26 height=26
alt= border=0 /

/span]]/componentevaluate![CDATA[Wicket.Focus.setFocusOnId(null);]]/evaluate/ajax-response
INFO: Response parsed. Now invoking steps...
INFO: focus set on null from serverside
INFO: Response processed successfully.
INFO: Invoking post-call handler(s)...
INFO: last focus id was not set
INFO: focus set on address19c


Firefox 3

INFO: Initiating Ajax POST request on
?wicket:interface=:3:billingForm:checkoutBillingInfoPanel:lNameBorder:lastName::IBehaviorListener:2:random=0.3242582275093997
INFO: Invoking pre-call handler(s)...
INFO: Channel busy - postponing...
INFO: focus set on wicket-generated-id-2
INFO: Received ajax response (69 characters)
INFO:
?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?ajax-response/ajax-response
INFO: Response parsed. Now invoking steps...
INFO: Response processed successfully.
INFO: Invoking post-call handler(s)...
INFO: Calling posponed function...
INFO: Calling focus on wicket-generated-id-2
INFO: focus removed from wicket-generated-id-2
INFO: focus set on wicket-generated-id-2
INFO:
INFO: Initiating Ajax POST request on
?wicket:interface=:3:billingForm:checkoutBillingInfoPanel:lNameBorder:lastName::IActivePageBehaviorListener:6:wicket:ignoreIfNotActive=truerandom=0.2535805409469859
INFO: Invoking pre-call handler(s)...
INFO: Received ajax response (986 characters)
INFO:
?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?ajax-responsecomponent
id=feedbackContainer92 ![CDATA[div id=feedbackContainer92
class=errorBar
div class=errorBarImgimg
src=/mytrip/images/img_error.gif width=26 height=26 alt=
border=0 //div
div class=errorBarUL
span id=feedbacke9!-- MARKUP FOR
com.vegas.ui.wicket.form.validation.ValidationBorder$2 BEGIN --
  ul
li class=feedbackPanelERROR
  span class=feedbackPanelERRORYou did not enter a first name.
Please enter a first name and try again./span
/li
  /ul
!-- MARKUP FOR com.vegas.ui.wicket.form.validation.ValidationBorder$2
END --/span
/div
div class=clear/div
/div]]/componentcomponent id=errorImg94
![CDATA[span id=errorImg94
img src=/mytrip/images/img_error.gif width=26 height=26
alt= border=0 /

/span]]/componentevaluate![CDATA[Wicket.Focus.setFocusOnId(null);]]/evaluate/ajax-response
INFO: Response parsed. Now invoking steps...
INFO: focus set on null from serverside
INFO: Response processed successfully.
INFO: Invoking post-call handler(s)...
INFO: last focus id was not set
INFO: focus set on country90

Thank you,
Scott

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url-escaping is not undone for requestcodingstrategy

2008-09-09 Thread Ann Baert

When a resourceUrl with special characters is invoked by Wicket. Wicket does
not read it correctly. 

I've made a jira issue with an example:
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-1825
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