Re: AutoComplete textfield ignores visible property within hierarchy.

2009-09-30 Thread Ann Baert

I already opened a jira issue:
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-2497



igor.vaynberg wrote:
 
 please open a jira issue.
 
 -igor
 
 On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 7:59 AM, Ann Baert ann.ba...@tvh.be wrote:
 When writing an autocomplete textfield on a form that is first visible,
 and after an ajax call rendered invisible, the autocomplete textfields
 on this form get rendered anyway in the ajax response.

 The method renderAutocompleteHead in AbstractAutocompleteBehavior gets
 executed,
 even if the AutoComplete component to which it is attached is not visible
 within the
 component hierarchy.

 Below the snippet of code that solved it for us ...

 In the class AbstractAutoCompleteBehavior, a test on the visibility was
 added.



 public void renderHead(IHeaderResponse response) {
        if(this.getComponent().isVisibleInHierarchy()) {
            super.renderHead(response);
            renderAutocompleteHead(response);
        }
    }


 The error becomes visible in the debug window on the webpage.

 There is already a bug report filed within jira, and a demo application
 is
 included to simulate the problem.

 https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-2497

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Re: Preventing Copy Pasting URL's In Same Browser Session

2009-09-30 Thread Carlo Camerino
hi,

actually i'm able to make it work some how using this setting

getPageSettings().setAutomaticMultiWindowSupport(true);

it creates a new page map everytime i open a page in a new tab or new window.
however in the wicket documentation it says that it is enabled by
default. but upon checking it seems that it is not enabled by default
that's why i'm confused.

any recommendations regarding this?

i can now check the page map name for each page and throw a redirect
if a new page map is encountered other than the default.

carlo

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 5:50 AM, Phil Housley undeconstruc...@gmail.com wrote:
 2009/9/29 Carlo Camerino carlo.camer...@gmail.com:
 Hi everyone,

 We have this requirement in which we cannot allow the customer to copy
 paste the url that's appearing in the address bar into the same
 browser. For example in a different tab or in a new window. This can
 easily be done in Wicket Framework since the url has a corresponding
 page attached to it. For example if i get
 http://localhost/wicket:interface=1 appearing in the address bar, I
 can open anew tab paste the url and I could get into the same page.
 The users don't want this behavior. Could I make it work in such a way
 that I copy http://localhost/wicket:inteface=1, when i try to copy and
 paste it, it will redirect me to an error page? This happens even
 after the user has already logged in. Really need help on this
 one.


 I've been playing with the ideas from
 http://day-to-day-stuff.blogspot.com/2008/10/wicket-extreme-consistent-urls.html
 for something of my own, which might fit the bill in a way.  Following
 that you can convince wicket to serve up every instance of a mounted
 page from exactly the same URL.  That means if you copy the url, you
 get a brand new instance of the page.  You lose the ability to
 refresh, but if you are being strict on that sort of thing, I guess
 you will have a refresh button on the page when and only when it is
 appropriate.

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Wicket Throwing Out Of Memory Errors When AutomaticMultipleWindowSupport is set to true

2009-09-30 Thread Carlo Camerino
Hi,

I'm having problems . I think there is a bug in wicket in which the
memory usage zooms up exponentially when i copy and paste a url into a
new tab continuously.
This only happens when I explicity set automaticmultiplewindowsupport
to true. It seems to happen due to multiple page maps for the same
user.


For example I open in a browser

http://192.168.1.27:8010/loyalty/?wicket:interface=:1

I copy it to my clipboard, open a new tab, paste the url, open a new
tab, paste the url.
Tale note that the url changes in each tab...

Something like
http://192.168.1.27:8010/loyalty/?wicket:interface=:0-1
http://192.168.1.27:8010/loyalty/?wicket:interface=:1-1

I repeat this for a couple of times, and on the 9th or 10th iteration
the memory usage is way up afterwards I get an outofmemoryerror
already. (lack of heap space)
after checking the profiler, byte[] usage is way up. hundreds of
megabytes high.

I'm using wicket version 1.3.7

thanks
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Re: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

2009-09-30 Thread Per Newgro

Hey Jeff,

did you override this?


   /**
* Override this method if you want onBeforeRender to be called even 
when your component is not

* visible. default this returns false.
*
* @return boolean, if true then onBeforeRender is called even for 
none visible components,

* default false.
*
* @see Component#onBeforeRender()
*/
   protected boolean callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible()
   {
   return false;
   }

If you add a visible and an invisible panel you have to override this on 
the invisible one.


hth
Cheers
Per

I want to create a list of radio buttons [I have that working] and an
ajax event to fire whenever a radio button is clicked [I have this
working].  If the radio button matches the one I am interested in then I
want to display additional information that must be filled in.  A radio
button selection is required.

 


I cannot get the additional information to display when I add the
component back to the target.  I think it is because the additional
information is originally set to not visible so the output markup id is
not written out.  How would I go about doing this?  It seems pretty
standard.  Do I need to use panels and swap the appropriate panel [1 -
empty panel, 2 - panel with additional info] into the target when
needed?  That seems like a lot of code to do something fairly simple.

 

My code is below. 

 


Thanks.

 


Jeff

 


=

 


HTML:

  tr

 tdwicket:message key=userTypeType of
User:/wicket:message/td

 td

   span wicket:id=accountType

  input type=radio /option 1

   /span

 /td

  /tr

  tr

 td/td

 tdspan wicket:id=typeBoxThe additional
information/span/td

  /tr

 


Java Code:

 // Account Type sub box

 final WebMarkupContainer typeBox = new
WebMarkupContainer(typeBox);

 typeBox.setVisible(false);

 typeBox.setOutputMarkupId(true);

 add(typeBox);

 


 // Account Type Select

 List accountTypes = accountTypeDao.findAll();

 ChoiceRenderer accountTypeChoiceRenderer = new
ChoiceRenderer(name, code);

 RadioChoice accountTypeRadio = new
RadioChoice(accountType, accountTypes, accountTypeChoiceRenderer);

 //accountTypeRadio.setRequired(true);// THIS
SHOULD REALLY BE REQUIRED

 // add the on click to the radio button

 accountTypeRadio.add(new
AjaxFormChoiceComponentUpdatingBehavior () { 

   private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L; 

 

   @Override 

   protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) { 


 RadioChoice choice = (RadioChoice) getComponent();

 choice.updateModel();

 


 if (((AccountType)
choice.getModelObject()).getCode().equalsIgnoreCase(REP)) {

typeBox.setVisible(true);

 } else {

typeBox.setVisible(false); 


 }

 target.addComponent(typeBox);

   } 

   });

___ 


Jeffrey A. Schneller

 


Envisa

End-to-End E-Commerce for the Multi-Channel Merchant

 


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Framingham, MA  01701

P: (508) 405-1220 x115

C: (508) 954-8044

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Re: Preventing Copy Pasting URL's In Same Browser Session

2009-09-30 Thread Igor Vaynberg
the javadoc in the later versions mentions that it is enabled by
default, however if you are using the default secondlevel caching page
store it will be disabled...

-igor

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 11:10 PM, Carlo Camerino
carlo.camer...@gmail.com wrote:
 hi,

 actually i'm able to make it work some how using this setting

 getPageSettings().setAutomaticMultiWindowSupport(true);

 it creates a new page map everytime i open a page in a new tab or new window.
 however in the wicket documentation it says that it is enabled by
 default. but upon checking it seems that it is not enabled by default
 that's why i'm confused.

 any recommendations regarding this?

 i can now check the page map name for each page and throw a redirect
 if a new page map is encountered other than the default.

 carlo

 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 5:50 AM, Phil Housley undeconstruc...@gmail.com 
 wrote:
 2009/9/29 Carlo Camerino carlo.camer...@gmail.com:
 Hi everyone,

 We have this requirement in which we cannot allow the customer to copy
 paste the url that's appearing in the address bar into the same
 browser. For example in a different tab or in a new window. This can
 easily be done in Wicket Framework since the url has a corresponding
 page attached to it. For example if i get
 http://localhost/wicket:interface=1 appearing in the address bar, I
 can open anew tab paste the url and I could get into the same page.
 The users don't want this behavior. Could I make it work in such a way
 that I copy http://localhost/wicket:inteface=1, when i try to copy and
 paste it, it will redirect me to an error page? This happens even
 after the user has already logged in. Really need help on this
 one.


 I've been playing with the ideas from
 http://day-to-day-stuff.blogspot.com/2008/10/wicket-extreme-consistent-urls.html
 for something of my own, which might fit the bill in a way.  Following
 that you can convince wicket to serve up every instance of a mounted
 page from exactly the same URL.  That means if you copy the url, you
 get a brand new instance of the page.  You lose the ability to
 refresh, but if you are being strict on that sort of thing, I guess
 you will have a refresh button on the page when and only when it is
 appropriate.

 --
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Re: Wicket Throwing Out Of Memory Errors When AutomaticMultipleWindowSupport is set to true

2009-09-30 Thread Igor Vaynberg
try on 1.4.1 and see if you get the same result.

-igor

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 11:16 PM, Carlo Camerino car...@sxchange.com.ph wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm having problems . I think there is a bug in wicket in which the
 memory usage zooms up exponentially when i copy and paste a url into a
 new tab continuously.
 This only happens when I explicity set automaticmultiplewindowsupport
 to true. It seems to happen due to multiple page maps for the same
 user.


 For example I open in a browser

 http://192.168.1.27:8010/loyalty/?wicket:interface=:1

 I copy it to my clipboard, open a new tab, paste the url, open a new
 tab, paste the url.
 Tale note that the url changes in each tab...

 Something like
 http://192.168.1.27:8010/loyalty/?wicket:interface=:0-1
 http://192.168.1.27:8010/loyalty/?wicket:interface=:1-1

 I repeat this for a couple of times, and on the 9th or 10th iteration
 the memory usage is way up afterwards I get an outofmemoryerror
 already. (lack of heap space)
 after checking the profiler, byte[] usage is way up. hundreds of
 megabytes high.

 I'm using wicket version 1.3.7

 thanks
 carlo

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Re: wicketstuff-dojo with wicket 1.4 compatibility

2009-09-30 Thread 新希望软件 -- 俞宏伟
I have same problem.

my project has used wicketstuff-dojo component, now I want to upgrade wicket
from 1.3.7 to 1.4.1, all test well but wicketstuff-dojo's component throw
exception.


do wicketstuff-dojo project stop develop?

On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 14:22, Elena Stoll elenast...@alice-dsl.net wrote:

 Hi,
 I have a question:
 Is there a new version of wicketstuff-dojo, which is compatible with the
 Wicket 1.4 version.
 If so, where to find it.

 Thanks in advance.
 Elena



Re: wicketstuff-dojo with wicket 1.4 compatibility

2009-09-30 Thread 新希望软件 -- 俞宏伟
I find lastest code url is :
https://wicket-stuff.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wicket-stuff/trunk/wicketstuff-dojo-1.1


Re: Complicated workflows

2009-09-30 Thread Phil Housley
2009/9/30 Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.com:
 there is really no point in having your tasks be components. why not simply

 repeatingview rv=..

 for (task t:tasks) {
  if (t.hasUIComponent()) {
     rv.add(t.getUIComponent());
  }
 }

 -igor

Although only one task panel is ever drawn at the time, that is
broadly similar to how I have it set up at the moment.  If a task is
also a panel, it can elect to have itself displayed, at which point it
will be embedded in the page and no stack processing will happen until
the panel says it is complete.  Any other type of task simply doesn't
have the option to display, although it may spawn a panel task, which
may ask to be displayed, and so on.

The issue is that business logic should really always be in non-UI
tasks for things I have in mind, which lack things like easily being
able to call this.error(...).  I believe you are right about not
forcing the issue, so I'm currently thinking I will have to step up
the infrastructure to add things like error reporting.  Fortunately I
can just delegate to Wicket pretty quickly, so shouldn't be too much
extra code.

Phil.

 On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 2:11 PM, Phil Housley undeconstruc...@gmail.com 
 wrote:
 Hello list,

 I'm currently working on some ideas for building apps with fairly
 complex workflows.  My aim is to find a nice pattern/framework for
 building apps where each unit of work involves many panels, several
 forms, lots of decisions and so on.  In particular I'm aiming at apps
 where you need to be very confident about exactly what is happening,
 so very strict control of actions, being careful of multiple
 renderings of a page each trying to change the server data, and so on.
  Also, I'm wondering about some options for declarative building of
 workflows out of existing tasks.

 My current design involves running from a special page, which
 maintains a stack of tasks.  One type of task is a Workflow, which can
 be configured to automatically spawn subtasks as required, based on
 the result of previous tasks.  Another type of task is based on a
 panel, and is able to cause itself to be rendered.  The stack
 processor makes sure that each task is invoked at the right time, that
 a task can render if it is at the top of the stack, that only the top
 of the stack can be invoked from a form and so on.

 This is working ok for some silly demo cases, but there are various
 issues.  For example, any task that is not also a component cannot
 access dependency injection, or set error messages and so on.  I'm not
 sure how to get around this at the moment, as I don't want to force
 every task to be a component, when many will likely have no cause to
 ever be rendered.

 So, the reason I'm posting is to ask mainly two things:

 1) Is this of interest to anyone else?  All the code is my own, so
 I'll open source it if there seems to be some future in it.

 2) If so, does anyone have any comments on my current design?  Clearly
 there are problems with it, but should I carry on trying to find ways
 to work around them, or does the whole thing sounds like so much
 crack?

 Thanks,

 --
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Re: Complicated workflows

2009-09-30 Thread Phil Housley
2009/9/30 Randy S. randypo...@gmail.com:
 Have you thought about using Spring Web Flow for this? I'm not a SWF expert,
 but it sounds like something well-tailored to your needs. For example, a
 flow can have steps that don't have UIs.

 Our group at work is looking into Wicket  SWF integration. I have a seen a
 few comments on the web from folks like Peter Thomas who conclude that you
 don't need to use SWF with Wicket. We need to externalize the flow of some
 applications so we have discussed shallow integration (where, for example, a
 button.onClick explicitly calls SWF to determine what to do next), as well
 as deep(er) integration (perhaps at the RequestCycleProcessor. At the
 moment, we are leaning toward the shallow/lightweight integration which
 gives lots of flexibility to each application to respond to a flow's
 response in different ways (show a new page, update components via Ajax,
 redirect to another URL, etc.).

 In case anyone is interested, reasons we need to externalize flow on some
 apps are things like: Complex business rules, business unit authoring of
 flow (via a controlled UI), and delegation to a business process manager
 layer.

Actually, I hadn't realised that WebFlow wasn't limited to Spring MVC.
 Looking at it now, I am doing something fairly similar, so I probably
ought to take a longer look...

The reasons I started on this thing with code rather than going
totally declarative is that my current experience is that there will
be sufficient corner cases to make it necessary to regularly subclass
actions or panels for a particular instance.  Where that isn't
required, I was thinking that a Spring context file would provide a
nice declarative way of configuring everything, with prototype scope
beans etc being well fitted to creating tasks.

Despite all that, I don't particularly want a hard dependency on
anything other than Wicket, so plain Java first, other things
hopefully on top.

Phil

 On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 4:11 PM, Phil Housley 
 undeconstruc...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hello list,

 I'm currently working on some ideas for building apps with fairly
 complex workflows.  My aim is to find a nice pattern/framework for
 building apps where each unit of work involves many panels, several
 forms, lots of decisions and so on.  In particular I'm aiming at apps
 where you need to be very confident about exactly what is happening,
 so very strict control of actions, being careful of multiple
 renderings of a page each trying to change the server data, and so on.
  Also, I'm wondering about some options for declarative building of
 workflows out of existing tasks.

 My current design involves running from a special page, which
 maintains a stack of tasks.  One type of task is a Workflow, which can
 be configured to automatically spawn subtasks as required, based on
 the result of previous tasks.  Another type of task is based on a
 panel, and is able to cause itself to be rendered.  The stack
 processor makes sure that each task is invoked at the right time, that
 a task can render if it is at the top of the stack, that only the top
 of the stack can be invoked from a form and so on.

 This is working ok for some silly demo cases, but there are various
 issues.  For example, any task that is not also a component cannot
 access dependency injection, or set error messages and so on.  I'm not
 sure how to get around this at the moment, as I don't want to force
 every task to be a component, when many will likely have no cause to
 ever be rendered.

 So, the reason I'm posting is to ask mainly two things:

 1) Is this of interest to anyone else?  All the code is my own, so
 I'll open source it if there seems to be some future in it.

 2) If so, does anyone have any comments on my current design?  Clearly
 there are problems with it, but should I carry on trying to find ways
 to work around them, or does the whole thing sounds like so much
 crack?

 Thanks,

 --
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Re: better way to strip wicket markup / tags per page?

2009-09-30 Thread Antoine van Wel
Craig: didn't consider that. So, no clean solution seems to be possible.

Pedro: yes I was talking about having the wicket-tags turned on for the
application except for a certain (xml) page, since it is causing parse
errors in the xml there.


Antoine

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 9:23 PM, Craig McIlwee 
craig.mcil...@openroadsconsulting.com wrote:

 I don't see how this can work reliably when there is more than 1 user,
 AFAIK wicket has no synchronization in place that prevents 2 pages from
 going through the render phase at the same time.  So if one page finishes
 rendering and changes the setting to false while another page has just
 started rendering (e.g. the line immediately after change the setting to
 true) then that page will render with the wrong value.

 Craig

 -Original Message-
 From: Antoine van Wel [mailto:antoine.van@gmail.com]
 Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 9:03 AM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: better way to strip wicket markup / tags per page?

 Thanks for the lightning fast reply.

 Yes it works fine under development. Still I don't like it - after all
 these
 statements are also executed during production mode, and even though they
 can't do any harm there, I'd rather not see them there at all. More a
 matter
 of personal taste I guess.

 Anyway I have something in mind to improve it according to my taste. Will
 implement that when I got time... This is not really an urgent issue to me.
 Thanks anyway for the reply - I'm assuming now there really is no other way
 to do this than temporarily changing the global settings.


 Antoine


 On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 7:46 PM, Marat Radchenko 
 slonopotamusor...@gmail.com wrote:

  
   In some situations during development...
 
  With that in mind, this solution is absolutely ok.
 
  2009/9/29 Antoine van Wel antoine.van@gmail.com
 
   Hi,
  
   on the wiki[1] it is described how to get rid of wicket markup such as
   wicket:id attributes on a page basis.
   The solution looks like a dirty hack to me which may go wrong when for
   instance exceptions occur. Does anybody know of a better way?
  
   For completeness sake, here is the code duplicated from the wiki:
  
   private boolean stripTags;
  
   public TestPage() {
  stripTags =
Application.get().getMarkupSettings().getStripWicketTags();
   }
   @Override
   protected void onBeforeRender() {
  Application.get().getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(true);
   }
   @Override
   protected void onAfterRender() {
  
   Application.get().getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(stripTags);
   }
  
  
  
   Thanks in advance,
  
   Antoine.
  
  
   References:
   [1]
  
 
 http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/how-to-remove-wicket-markup-from-output.html
  
 

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Consequences of sharing ajax request target by attribute or by static determination

2009-09-30 Thread Per Newgro

Hi *,

i would like to know if there hidden consequences if i exchange 
sharing by attribute through sharing by static determination.
To couple my event-components with it's higher ranking components i use 
a listener based approach. Each parent adds a

listener to the child can be involved if an event occurs.

The problem is that i sometimes use ajax event components and sometimes 
not. Thus until now i have to provide two different
event classes. The one for ajax usage contains an attribute with the 
current ajax request target. The event sources creates the

event and provides the request target.

But now if found AjaxRequestTarget.get. Javadoc says Static method that 
returns current |AjaxRequestTarget| 
http://wicket.apache.org/docs/1.4/org/apache/wicket/ajax/AjaxRequestTarget.html 
or |null| of no |AjaxRequestTarget| 
http://wicket.apache.org/docs/1.4/org/apache/wicket/ajax/AjaxRequestTarget.html 
is available.

So this exactly what i tried to achieve with the two event types.

So my question is: Can i simplify my event objects by throwing the 
request target attribute away and use the AjaxRequestTarget.get method 
in my listener chain?

Or why is this not a good idea?

Thanks for clearing it to me.
Cheers
Per

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Re: wicketstuff-dojo with wicket 1.4 compatibility

2009-09-30 Thread Martin Grigorov
Feel free to upgrade it to 1.4.
It should be easy. Just check out the code, follow the instructions at
http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/migrating-to-wicket-14.html

and if you wish donate your work back to community.

El mié, 30-09-2009 a las 14:37 +0800, 新希望软件 -- 俞宏伟 escribió:
 I find lastest code url is :
 https://wicket-stuff.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wicket-stuff/trunk/wicketstuff-dojo-1.1


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RE: Where can I find this Wicket application?

2009-09-30 Thread Magnus Haraldsen Amundsen
http://svn.carmanconsulting.com/public/wicket-advanced/ doesn't work.

-Original Message-
From: Maarten Bosteels [mailto:mbosteels@gmail.com] 
Sent: 27. september 2009 19:58
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Where can I find this Wicket application?

http://svn.carmanconsulting.com/public/wicket-advanced/

On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 6:16 PM, David Chang david_q_zh...@yahoo.comwrote:


 Hello,

 I am reading Wicket-related stuff on the net and came across this Wicket
 discussion thread:

 http://osdir.com/ml/users-wicket.apache.org/2009-05/msg01196.html

 In the response, my wicket-advanced example application is mentioned.

 I would like to know where I can find this application?

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Show Validation Errors

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
Hi,

I am trying to show validation errors on a page. Somehow it won't function! But 
I don't understand why?

I mean I am using the right Validation class... Why don't wicket show any error 
when the user does a wrong input?


Thanks!


import java.util.Date;
import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.Form;
import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.PasswordTextField;
import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.RequiredTextField;
import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.TextField;
import 
org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.validation.EqualPasswordInputValidator;
import org.apache.wicket.model.IModel;
import org.apache.wicket.model.Model;
import org.apache.wicket.model.PropertyModel;
import org.apache.wicket.util.value.ValueMap;
import org.omikron.test.data.Administrator;
import org.omikron.test.data.AdministratorDataProvider;

/**
 *
 * @author sven.dzepina
 */
public class CreateAdministratorForm extends Form {
private ValueMap properties = new ValueMap();
TextFieldString username;
TextFieldString email;
TextFieldString firstname;
TextFieldString lastname;
PasswordTextField password;
PasswordTextField password2;
Boolean isUpdate = false;
Administrator a;

public CreateAdministratorForm(String id) {
super(id);
username = new RequiredTextFieldString(username, new 
PropertyModelString(properties, username));
password = new PasswordTextField(password, new 
PropertyModelString(properties, password));
password2 = new PasswordTextField(password2, new 
PropertyModelString(properties, password2));
email = new RequiredTextField(email, new PropertyModel(properties, 
email));
firstname = new RequiredTextField(firstname, new 
PropertyModel(properties, firstname));
lastname = new RequiredTextField(lastname, new 
PropertyModel(properties, lastname));
add(email);
add(password2);
add(firstname);
add(lastname);
add(username);
add(password);
add(new EqualPasswordInputValidator(password, password2));
}

public void setUpdate(Administrator a) {
this.a = a;
isUpdate = true;
IModelString usernameModel = Model.of(a.getUsername());
IModelString emailModel = Model.of(a.getEmail());
IModelString firstnameModel = Model.of(a.getFirstname());
IModelString lastnameModel = Model.of(a.getLastname());
username.setModel(usernameModel);
email.setModel(emailModel);
firstname.setModel(firstnameModel);
lastname.setModel(lastnameModel);
}

@Override
public void onSubmit() {

if ( !isUpdate ) {
Administrator a = new Administrator();
a.setEmail(email.getModel().getObject());
a.setFirstname(firstname.getModel().getObject());
a.setLastname(lastname.getModel().getObject());
a.setPassword(password.getModel().getObject());
a.setUsername(username.getModel().getObject());
a.setSysTimestamp(new Date());
AdministratorDataProvider administratorDataProvider = new 
AdministratorDataProvider();
administratorDataProvider.save(a);
} else {
a.setEmail(email.getModel().getObject());
a.setFirstname(firstname.getModel().getObject());
a.setLastname(lastname.getModel().getObject());
a.setPassword(password.getModel().getObject());
a.setUsername(username.getModel().getObject());
a.setSysTimestamp(new Date());
AdministratorDataProvider administratorDataProvider = new 
AdministratorDataProvider();
administratorDataProvider.save(a);
}
}
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Re: Show Validation Errors

2009-09-30 Thread Matthias Keller

Hi Peter

Try adding a FeedbackPanel to your page Without that, wicket doesn't 
even know where and how to display the messages.


Matt

Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:

Hi,

I am trying to show validation errors on a page. Somehow it won't function! But 
I don't understand why?

I mean I am using the right Validation class... Why don't wicket show any error 
when the user does a wrong input?


Thanks!


import java.util.Date;
import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.Form;
import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.PasswordTextField;
import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.RequiredTextField;
import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.TextField;
import 
org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.validation.EqualPasswordInputValidator;
import org.apache.wicket.model.IModel;
import org.apache.wicket.model.Model;
import org.apache.wicket.model.PropertyModel;
import org.apache.wicket.util.value.ValueMap;
import org.omikron.test.data.Administrator;
import org.omikron.test.data.AdministratorDataProvider;

/**
 *
 * @author sven.dzepina
 */
public class CreateAdministratorForm extends Form {
private ValueMap properties = new ValueMap();
TextFieldString username;
TextFieldString email;
TextFieldString firstname;
TextFieldString lastname;
PasswordTextField password;
PasswordTextField password2;
Boolean isUpdate = false;
Administrator a;

public CreateAdministratorForm(String id) {

super(id);
username = new RequiredTextFieldString(username, new 
PropertyModelString(properties, username));
password = new PasswordTextField(password, new 
PropertyModelString(properties, password));
password2 = new PasswordTextField(password2, new 
PropertyModelString(properties, password2));
email = new RequiredTextField(email, new PropertyModel(properties, 
email));
firstname = new RequiredTextField(firstname, new PropertyModel(properties, 
firstname));
lastname = new RequiredTextField(lastname, new PropertyModel(properties, 
lastname));
add(email);
add(password2);
add(firstname);
add(lastname);
add(username);
add(password);
add(new EqualPasswordInputValidator(password, password2));
}

public void setUpdate(Administrator a) {
this.a = a;
isUpdate = true;
IModelString usernameModel = Model.of(a.getUsername());
IModelString emailModel = Model.of(a.getEmail());
IModelString firstnameModel = Model.of(a.getFirstname());
IModelString lastnameModel = Model.of(a.getLastname());
username.setModel(usernameModel);
email.setModel(emailModel);
firstname.setModel(firstnameModel);
lastname.setModel(lastnameModel);
}

@Override
public void onSubmit() {

if ( !isUpdate ) {
Administrator a = new Administrator();
a.setEmail(email.getModel().getObject());
a.setFirstname(firstname.getModel().getObject());
a.setLastname(lastname.getModel().getObject());
a.setPassword(password.getModel().getObject());
a.setUsername(username.getModel().getObject());
a.setSysTimestamp(new Date());
AdministratorDataProvider administratorDataProvider = new 
AdministratorDataProvider();
administratorDataProvider.save(a);
} else {
a.setEmail(email.getModel().getObject());
a.setFirstname(firstname.getModel().getObject());
a.setLastname(lastname.getModel().getObject());
a.setPassword(password.getModel().getObject());
a.setUsername(username.getModel().getObject());
a.setSysTimestamp(new Date());
AdministratorDataProvider administratorDataProvider = new 
AdministratorDataProvider();
administratorDataProvider.save(a);
}
}
}


  


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AW: Show Validation Errors

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
Thank you! That does it!



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Betreff: Re: Show Validation Errors

Hi Peter

Try adding a FeedbackPanel to your page Without that, wicket doesn't 
even know where and how to display the messages.

Matt

Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 Hi,

 I am trying to show validation errors on a page. Somehow it won't function! 
 But I don't understand why?

 I mean I am using the right Validation class... Why don't wicket show any 
 error when the user does a wrong input?


 Thanks!


 import java.util.Date;
 import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.Form;
 import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.PasswordTextField;
 import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.RequiredTextField;
 import org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.TextField;
 import 
 org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.validation.EqualPasswordInputValidator;
 import org.apache.wicket.model.IModel;
 import org.apache.wicket.model.Model;
 import org.apache.wicket.model.PropertyModel;
 import org.apache.wicket.util.value.ValueMap;
 import org.omikron.test.data.Administrator;
 import org.omikron.test.data.AdministratorDataProvider;

 /**
  *
  * @author sven.dzepina
  */
 public class CreateAdministratorForm extends Form {
 private ValueMap properties = new ValueMap();
 TextFieldString username;
 TextFieldString email;
 TextFieldString firstname;
 TextFieldString lastname;
 PasswordTextField password;
 PasswordTextField password2;
 Boolean isUpdate = false;
 Administrator a;

 public CreateAdministratorForm(String id) {
 super(id);
 username = new RequiredTextFieldString(username, new 
 PropertyModelString(properties, username));
 password = new PasswordTextField(password, new 
 PropertyModelString(properties, password));
 password2 = new PasswordTextField(password2, new 
 PropertyModelString(properties, password2));
 email = new RequiredTextField(email, new PropertyModel(properties, 
 email));
 firstname = new RequiredTextField(firstname, new 
 PropertyModel(properties, firstname));
 lastname = new RequiredTextField(lastname, new 
 PropertyModel(properties, lastname));
 add(email);
 add(password2);
 add(firstname);
 add(lastname);
 add(username);
 add(password);
 add(new EqualPasswordInputValidator(password, password2));
 }

 public void setUpdate(Administrator a) {
 this.a = a;
 isUpdate = true;
 IModelString usernameModel = Model.of(a.getUsername());
 IModelString emailModel = Model.of(a.getEmail());
 IModelString firstnameModel = Model.of(a.getFirstname());
 IModelString lastnameModel = Model.of(a.getLastname());
 username.setModel(usernameModel);
 email.setModel(emailModel);
 firstname.setModel(firstnameModel);
 lastname.setModel(lastnameModel);
 }

 @Override
 public void onSubmit() {

 if ( !isUpdate ) {
 Administrator a = new Administrator();
 a.setEmail(email.getModel().getObject());
 a.setFirstname(firstname.getModel().getObject());
 a.setLastname(lastname.getModel().getObject());
 a.setPassword(password.getModel().getObject());
 a.setUsername(username.getModel().getObject());
 a.setSysTimestamp(new Date());
 AdministratorDataProvider administratorDataProvider = new 
 AdministratorDataProvider();
 administratorDataProvider.save(a);
 } else {
 a.setEmail(email.getModel().getObject());
 a.setFirstname(firstname.getModel().getObject());
 a.setLastname(lastname.getModel().getObject());
 a.setPassword(password.getModel().getObject());
 a.setUsername(username.getModel().getObject());
 a.setSysTimestamp(new Date());
 AdministratorDataProvider administratorDataProvider = new 
 AdministratorDataProvider();
 administratorDataProvider.save(a);
 }
 }
 }


  

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Re: Bookmarkable page with a form. The URL switches from the mounted one into an unfriendly one.

2009-09-30 Thread quinya

I'm having a similar, but different problem.

I have a PasswordResetPage for reseting a user password.

I am using Spring Security and need to link to it from a login.jsp.

So in my WebApplication class I have:

mountBookmarkablePage(ConstantsCommon.PASSWORD_RESET_PATH,
PasswordResetPage.class);

And this allows me to link to the page from the login.jsp. It also allows me
to specify in my Spring security that this URL does not require
authentication.

sec:intercept-url  pattern=/wicket/passwordReset* filters=none /

So I get to my PasswordResetPage ok. But when I hit the Ok button on my
form, it submits to a URL like
http://localhost:8080/myapp/wicket/?wicket:interface blah blah blah. 

And then my Spring Security intercepts it and redirects back to the
login.jsp.

How can I get the form to submit to the nice URL?

I have tried:

form.add(new AttributeModifier(action, true, new
Model(ConstantsCommon.PASSWORD_RESET_CONTEXT)));

But that just re-displays the page.






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How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
Hi,

I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid. But 
when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a warning 
occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
After the second click it finally deletes the content.

How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?

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AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
In addition:

my specific problem is, that after clicking on a link which is generated in the 
datagrid, I am not able to manipulate other components!?
How is this possible?



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Hi,

I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid. But 
when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a warning 
occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
After the second click it finally deletes the content.

How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?

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Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Matthias Keller

Hi Peter

For that we usually add an AttributeModifier which adds something like 
that to the onclick javascript event:

if (!confirm('Do you really want to delete this entry')) return false;

Matt

Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:

Hi,

I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid. But when you 
click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a warning occurs: Do 
you really want to delete xyz.
After the second click it finally deletes the content.

How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?

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Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
What about replacing the link. e.g. via AJAX, with a new one containing
the Do you really want to delete xyz warning... that once clicked actually
deletes your entry... and refreshes the datagrid. You could even use the
same link and have a flag that says userWantsToDeleteRow and use it to
conditionally change the actions to do and the contents to display.
Best,

Ernesto

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 Hi,

 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid.
 But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a
 warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.

 How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?

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AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
Hi Ernesto,


I don't get it: How can I change the Label-Text? When I try to change the Model 
of the component Label, nothing happens. The page reloads and the Label has the 
old Text (not the new one which is meant to be changed)




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Betreff: Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

What about replacing the link. e.g. via AJAX, with a new one containing
the Do you really want to delete xyz warning... that once clicked actually
deletes your entry... and refreshes the datagrid. You could even use the
same link and have a flag that says userWantsToDeleteRow and use it to
conditionally change the actions to do and the contents to display.
Best,

Ernesto

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 Hi,

 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid.
 But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a
 warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.

 How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?

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Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Linda van der Pal
I created a deteletButton as follows. I have a DeleteButton innerclass, 
and a method that adds this button to the panel that is shown in the table.


private class DeleteButton extends Button {
   private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

   public DeleteButton(final String id, final IModelString model) {
   super(id, model);
   }

   @Override
   public void onSubmit() {
   try {
   deleteData((String) getModelObject()); // a method that 
does the actual data deletion in the database

   } catch (SQLException se) {
   error(StringResources.SQLERROR_GET + '\n' + 
se.getMessage());

   } catch (IOException ie) {
   error(StringResources.IOERROR + '\n' + ie.getMessage());
   }
   }

   @Override
   public boolean isEnabled() {
   return isEditingAuthorised();
   }
   }

private void addDeleteLink(final IModel? model) {
   String id = (String)getIdFromModel(model); // a method that 
extracts the id from the model (based on what kind of class is in the model)
   
   Button deleteButton = new DeleteButton(delete, new 
ModelString(id));
   deleteButton.add(new Image(deleteIcon, new 
ResourceReference(EmptyIconReference.class, list-remove.png)));
   deleteButton.add(new SimpleAttributeModifier(onclick, 
return confirm('Are you sure?');));

   add(deleteButton);
   }

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Linda

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Hi,

I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid. But when you 
click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a warning occurs: Do 
you really want to delete xyz.
After the second click it finally deletes the content.

How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?

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Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Use an AJAX link inside a panel that you can replace via AJAX? Once the link
is clicked it will go to back to the page set the flag I'm on delete mode
and replace itself. All you have to do is has a model that says
if(onDeleteMode)
   return Do  you really want to delete XYZ?
else {
   return Delete Record
}

and change what you do on your action
if(onDeleteMode) {
  delete record and repain the grid (via AJAX)
} else {
  setOnDeleteMode(true);
  repaints myself via AJAX
}

This is just one possibility out of many...

Best,

Ernesto

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 Hi Ernesto,


 I don't get it: How can I change the Label-Text? When I try to change the
 Model of the component Label, nothing happens. The page reloads and the
 Label has the old Text (not the new one which is meant to be changed)




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 What about replacing the link. e.g. via AJAX, with a new one containing
 the Do you really want to delete xyz warning... that once clicked
 actually
 deletes your entry... and refreshes the datagrid. You could even use the
 same link and have a flag that says userWantsToDeleteRow and use it to
 conditionally change the actions to do and the contents to display.
 Best,

 Ernesto

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 wrote:

  Hi,
 
  I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a
 datagrid.
  But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and
 a
  warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
  After the second click it finally deletes the content.
 
  How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?
 
  Thanks!!
 
 
 
 
 
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AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
Thank you! Your solution is really nice.

It functions well!

I have a problem which the datagrid. After removing a row in the database it 
throws an exception, because wicket is unable to populate an item (I assume the 
deleted one)

How can I tell wicket to reload the datagrid because something in the DB 
changed.





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Betreff: Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

I created a deteletButton as follows. I have a DeleteButton innerclass, and a 
method that adds this button to the panel that is shown in the table.

private class DeleteButton extends Button {
   private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

   public DeleteButton(final String id, final IModelString model) {
   super(id, model);
   }

   @Override
   public void onSubmit() {
   try {
   deleteData((String) getModelObject()); // a method that does the 
actual data deletion in the database
   } catch (SQLException se) {
   error(StringResources.SQLERROR_GET + '\n' + se.getMessage());
   } catch (IOException ie) {
   error(StringResources.IOERROR + '\n' + ie.getMessage());
   }
   }

   @Override
   public boolean isEnabled() {
   return isEditingAuthorised();
   }
   }

private void addDeleteLink(final IModel? model) {
   String id = (String)getIdFromModel(model); // a method that extracts 
the id from the model (based on what kind of class is in the model)
  Button deleteButton = new DeleteButton(delete, new 
ModelString(id));
   deleteButton.add(new Image(deleteIcon, new 
ResourceReference(EmptyIconReference.class, list-remove.png)));
   deleteButton.add(new SimpleAttributeModifier(onclick, return 
confirm('Are you sure?');));
   add(deleteButton);
   }

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Linda

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 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid. 
 But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a 
 warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.
 
 How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?
 
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Rendered html to string

2009-09-30 Thread Luca Provenzani
Hi all,

does someone know how to render a wicket component into a String?

Thanks
Luca


AW: Rendered html to string

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
getMarkupStream().toString();
maybe?




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Hi all,

does someone know how to render a wicket component into a String?

Thanks
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Re: Rendered html to string

2009-09-30 Thread Martin Makundi
http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/wicket-users/200811.mbox/%3c5de41c7d0811050222r5948a447r5fd68b5cefac5...@mail.gmail.com%3e

2009/9/30 Peter Arnulf Lustig u...@yahoo.de:
 getMarkupStream().toString();
 maybe?




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 does someone know how to render a wicket component into a String?

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Re: better way to strip wicket markup / tags per page?

2009-09-30 Thread Pedro Santos
no clean solution seems to be possible.

Inheritance seems to be clean

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:03 AM, Antoine van Wel
antoine.van@gmail.comwrote:

 Craig: didn't consider that. So, no clean solution seems to be possible.

 Pedro: yes I was talking about having the wicket-tags turned on for the
 application except for a certain (xml) page, since it is causing parse
 errors in the xml there.


 Antoine

 On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 9:23 PM, Craig McIlwee 
 craig.mcil...@openroadsconsulting.com wrote:

  I don't see how this can work reliably when there is more than 1 user,
  AFAIK wicket has no synchronization in place that prevents 2 pages from
  going through the render phase at the same time.  So if one page finishes
  rendering and changes the setting to false while another page has just
  started rendering (e.g. the line immediately after change the setting to
  true) then that page will render with the wrong value.
 
  Craig
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Antoine van Wel [mailto:antoine.van@gmail.com]
  Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 9:03 AM
  To: users@wicket.apache.org
  Subject: Re: better way to strip wicket markup / tags per page?
 
  Thanks for the lightning fast reply.
 
  Yes it works fine under development. Still I don't like it - after all
  these
  statements are also executed during production mode, and even though they
  can't do any harm there, I'd rather not see them there at all. More a
  matter
  of personal taste I guess.
 
  Anyway I have something in mind to improve it according to my taste. Will
  implement that when I got time... This is not really an urgent issue to
 me.
  Thanks anyway for the reply - I'm assuming now there really is no other
 way
  to do this than temporarily changing the global settings.
 
 
  Antoine
 
 
  On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 7:46 PM, Marat Radchenko 
  slonopotamusor...@gmail.com wrote:
 
   
In some situations during development...
  
   With that in mind, this solution is absolutely ok.
  
   2009/9/29 Antoine van Wel antoine.van@gmail.com
  
Hi,
   
on the wiki[1] it is described how to get rid of wicket markup such
 as
wicket:id attributes on a page basis.
The solution looks like a dirty hack to me which may go wrong when
 for
instance exceptions occur. Does anybody know of a better way?
   
For completeness sake, here is the code duplicated from the wiki:
   
private boolean stripTags;
   
public TestPage() {
   stripTags =
 Application.get().getMarkupSettings().getStripWicketTags();
}
@Override
protected void onBeforeRender() {
   
  Application.get().getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(true);
}
@Override
protected void onAfterRender() {
   
Application.get().getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(stripTags);
}
   
   
   
Thanks in advance,
   
Antoine.
   
   
References:
[1]
   
  
 
 http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/how-to-remove-wicket-markup-from-output.html
   
  
 
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exclude wicket:panel

2009-09-30 Thread Martin Letendre
Don't display the wicket:panel tag

1- I am using a wicket panel to create a component here is the code.

wicket:panel
div
   ... some code
/div
/wicket:panel


2- The call to the component is

div wicket:id=actionMenuOneactions/div

3- The generated HTML by wicket is

div   wicket:id=actionMenuOne   id=actionMenuOne1
wicket:panel
div
... some code
/div
/wicket:panel
/div

4- The tag wicket:panel is breaking some YUI javascript...

*Question: *

is there a way to exclude wicket:panel tag for this component but keep
the  div wicket:id=actionMenuOne tag ?






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Re: Rendered html to string

2009-09-30 Thread Luca Provenzani
oops, yes, you are right! :-)

2009/9/30 Peter Arnulf Lustig u...@yahoo.de

 getMarkupStream().toString();
 maybe?




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Re: exclude wicket:panel

2009-09-30 Thread Alex Objelean

In your Application class add the following line: 

getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(true);


Martin Letendre wrote:
 
 Don't display the wicket:panel tag
 
 1- I am using a wicket panel to create a component here is the code.
 
 wicket:panel
 div
... some code
 /div
 /wicket:panel
 
 
 2- The call to the component is
 
 div wicket:id=actionMenuOneactions/div
 
 3- The generated HTML by wicket is
 
 div   wicket:id=actionMenuOne   id=actionMenuOne1
 wicket:panel
 div
 ... some code
 /div
 /wicket:panel
 /div
 
 4- The tag wicket:panel is breaking some YUI javascript...
 
 *Question: *
 
 is there a way to exclude wicket:panel tag for this component but keep
 the  div wicket:id=actionMenuOne tag ?
 
 
 
 
 
 
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 4230 Wilson
 Montréal, Qc
 514.690.8027
 
 

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Wrong path to wicket-event.js resulting in 404 after calling wicket from javascript

2009-09-30 Thread rozkovec . wl
Hallo,
I came across strange problem I do not know whether it is mine fault or 
wicket's problem.

On a page, there is a widget, which list news records.
Each record has an edit and delete link. Edit link opens new dialog in jquery's 
thickbox window, which is practically IFrame.

The code for page, which holds form and which is displayed in the thickbox 
window:
http://pastebin.com/m5ca60e78

The code for a link, which shows the thickbox window with a page in it:
http://pastebin.com/m6339b3a

En example usage:
http://pastebin.com/m768350aa
here on line 72 when I do:
target.addComponent(ShopNewsWidgetPanel.this.get(news-container));

after ajax refresh of the component, which contains news records, each record 
containing edit link, there is 404 error found in the Ajax debug window.
From firebug console I can find out that if I add a some component (here it is 
edit link, which is held by news-container), which also contains 
AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior, then upon rendering head of the response, there 
is wrong path to wicket ajax resources:

Correct path:
http://localhost:8080/cz.madewithlove/app/resources/org.apache.wicket.markup.html.WicketEventReference/wicket-event.js

Wrong path after ajax call:
http://localhost:8080/cz.madewithlove/app/shop/rozkovec/resources/org.apache.wicket.markup.html.WicketEventReference/wicket-event.js

The page is mounted like so:
mount(new IndexedHybridUrlCodingStrategy(shop, ShopModulePage.class));

An ajax function, which is called in the page's ajax button onSubmit() method:

function thickbox_window_close(url)
{
   tb_remove(); //removes thickbox window

   // call url of the behavior, this behavior is attached to the link, which 
opens the page in thickbox window
   var wcall=wicketAjaxGet(url, null, null, function() {return true;});

   return !wcall;
}

I could solve it by visiting all components of the parent container except 
behaviors and add them to the ajax request target, but it would be better to 
not bother about it and just add the parent container. Any pointers?


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Re: Rendered html to string

2009-09-30 Thread Martin Sachs
if you want just one component in the hierarchie to be rendered to a
String you have to make a Behaviour and use the StringResponse-class to
replace the hole Response in beforeRender for this component.
in onRendered you can add the string again to the hole Response. We do
this for caching HTML Fragments  via  EHCache. 

Martin

Luca Provenzani schrieb:
 oops, yes, you are right! :-)

 2009/9/30 Peter Arnulf Lustig u...@yahoo.de

   
 getMarkupStream().toString();
 maybe?




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Re: Rendered html to string

2009-09-30 Thread Luca Provenzani
it seems to be interesting for us... can you send a code example?

2009/9/30 Martin Sachs sachs.mar...@gmail.com

 if you want just one component in the hierarchie to be rendered to a
 String you have to make a Behaviour and use the StringResponse-class to
 replace the hole Response in beforeRender for this component.
 in onRendered you can add the string again to the hole Response. We do
 this for caching HTML Fragments  via  EHCache.

 Martin

 Luca Provenzani schrieb:
  oops, yes, you are right! :-)
 
  2009/9/30 Peter Arnulf Lustig u...@yahoo.de
 
 
  getMarkupStream().toString();
  maybe?
 
 
 
 
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Re: exclude wicket:panel

2009-09-30 Thread Pedro Santos
maybe you want have an custom WicketNamespaceHandler

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 8:01 AM, Alex Objelean alex_objel...@yahoo.comwrote:


 In your Application class add the following line:

 getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(true);


 Martin Letendre wrote:
 
  Don't display the wicket:panel tag
 
  1- I am using a wicket panel to create a component here is the code.
 
  wicket:panel
  div
 ... some code
  /div
  /wicket:panel
 
 
  2- The call to the component is
 
  div wicket:id=actionMenuOneactions/div
 
  3- The generated HTML by wicket is
 
  div   wicket:id=actionMenuOne   id=actionMenuOne1
  wicket:panel
  div
  ... some code
  /div
  /wicket:panel
  /div
 
  4- The tag wicket:panel is breaking some YUI javascript...
 
  *Question: *
 
  is there a way to exclude wicket:panel tag for this component but keep
  the  div wicket:id=actionMenuOne tag ?
 
 
 
 
 
 
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  Montréal, Qc
  514.690.8027
 
 

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Re: AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Linda van der Pal
I used this with a AjaxFallbackDefaultDataTable and then I didn't have 
to tell it that the DB had changed.


Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:

Thank you! Your solution is really nice.

It functions well!

I have a problem which the datagrid. After removing a row in the database it 
throws an exception, because wicket is unable to populate an item (I assume the 
deleted one)

How can I tell wicket to reload the datagrid because something in the DB 
changed.





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Betreff: Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

I created a deteletButton as follows. I have a DeleteButton innerclass, and a 
method that adds this button to the panel that is shown in the table.

private class DeleteButton extends Button {
   private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

   public DeleteButton(final String id, final IModelString model) {
   super(id, model);
   }

   @Override
   public void onSubmit() {
   try {
   deleteData((String) getModelObject()); // a method that does the 
actual data deletion in the database
   } catch (SQLException se) {
   error(StringResources.SQLERROR_GET + '\n' + se.getMessage());
   } catch (IOException ie) {
   error(StringResources.IOERROR + '\n' + ie.getMessage());
   }
   }

   @Override
   public boolean isEnabled() {
   return isEditingAuthorised();
   }
   }

private void addDeleteLink(final IModel? model) {
   String id = (String)getIdFromModel(model); // a method that extracts 
the id from the model (based on what kind of class is in the model)
  Button deleteButton = new DeleteButton(delete, new 
ModelString(id));
   deleteButton.add(new Image(deleteIcon, new 
ResourceReference(EmptyIconReference.class, list-remove.png)));
   deleteButton.add(new SimpleAttributeModifier(onclick, return 
confirm('Are you sure?');));
   add(deleteButton);
   }

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Linda

Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
  

Hi,

I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid. But when you 
click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a warning occurs: Do 
you really want to delete xyz.
After the second click it finally deletes the content.

How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?

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AW: AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
could you tell me how to use this?
I have  a Dataview like this:

dataView = new DataViewAdministrator(benutzer, new 
AdministratorDataProvider()) {
}


thanks!


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Betreff: Re: AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

I used this with a AjaxFallbackDefaultDataTable and then I didn't have 
to tell it that the DB had changed.

Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 Thank you! Your solution is really nice.

 It functions well!

 I have a problem which the datagrid. After removing a row in the database it 
 throws an exception, because wicket is unable to populate an item (I assume 
 the deleted one)

 How can I tell wicket to reload the datagrid because something in the DB 
 changed.





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 Betreff: Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

 I created a deteletButton as follows. I have a DeleteButton innerclass, and a 
 method that adds this button to the panel that is shown in the table.

 private class DeleteButton extends Button {
private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

public DeleteButton(final String id, final IModelString model) {
super(id, model);
}

@Override
public void onSubmit() {
try {
deleteData((String) getModelObject()); // a method that does 
 the actual data deletion in the database
} catch (SQLException se) {
error(StringResources.SQLERROR_GET + '\n' + se.getMessage());
} catch (IOException ie) {
error(StringResources.IOERROR + '\n' + ie.getMessage());
}
}

@Override
public boolean isEnabled() {
return isEditingAuthorised();
}
}

 private void addDeleteLink(final IModel? model) {
String id = (String)getIdFromModel(model); // a method that 
 extracts the id from the model (based on what kind of class is in the model)
   Button deleteButton = new DeleteButton(delete, new 
 ModelString(id));
deleteButton.add(new Image(deleteIcon, new 
 ResourceReference(EmptyIconReference.class, list-remove.png)));
deleteButton.add(new SimpleAttributeModifier(onclick, return 
 confirm('Are you sure?');));
add(deleteButton);
}

 I hope this helps.

 Regards,
 Linda

 Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
  
 Hi,

 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid. 
 But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a 
 warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.

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Re: exclude wicket:panel

2009-09-30 Thread Martin Letendre
My component is ment to be distribute to a third party. I have no access to
the Application class. Is there a way to apply the same behavior to a single
component...


On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 7:01 AM, Alex Objelean alex_objel...@yahoo.comwrote:


 In your Application class add the following line:

 getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(true);


 Martin Letendre wrote:
 
  Don't display the wicket:panel tag
 
  1- I am using a wicket panel to create a component here is the code.
 
  wicket:panel
  div
 ... some code
  /div
  /wicket:panel
 
 
  2- The call to the component is
 
  div wicket:id=actionMenuOneactions/div
 
  3- The generated HTML by wicket is
 
  div   wicket:id=actionMenuOne   id=actionMenuOne1
  wicket:panel
  div
  ... some code
  /div
  /wicket:panel
  /div
 
  4- The tag wicket:panel is breaking some YUI javascript...
 
  *Question: *
 
  is there a way to exclude wicket:panel tag for this component but keep
  the  div wicket:id=actionMenuOne tag ?
 
 
 
 
 
 
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  4230 Wilson
  Montréal, Qc
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Re: exclude wicket:panel

2009-09-30 Thread Pedro Santos
take a look at how GMap2 component resolve that problem:

/**
 * @see
org.apache.wicket.MarkupContainer#onRender(org.apache.wicket.markup.MarkupStream)
 */
@Override
protected void onRender(MarkupStream markupStream)
{
super.onRender(markupStream);
if
(Application.DEVELOPMENT.equalsIgnoreCase(Application.get().getConfigurationType())

!Application.get().getMarkupSettings().getStripWicketTags())
{
log.warn(Application is in DEVELOPMENT mode  Wicket tags are
not stripped,
+  Firefox 3.0 will not render the GMap.
+  Change to DEPLOYMENT mode  || turn on Wicket tags
stripping. +  See:
+ 
http://www.nabble.com/Gmap2-problem-with-Firefox-3.0-to18137475.html.;);
}
}

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 8:55 AM, Martin Letendre
letendre.mar...@gmail.comwrote:

 My component is ment to be distribute to a third party. I have no access to
 the Application class. Is there a way to apply the same behavior to a
 single
 component...


 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 7:01 AM, Alex Objelean alex_objel...@yahoo.com
 wrote:

 
  In your Application class add the following line:
 
  getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(true);
 
 
  Martin Letendre wrote:
  
   Don't display the wicket:panel tag
  
   1- I am using a wicket panel to create a component here is the code.
  
   wicket:panel
   div
  ... some code
   /div
   /wicket:panel
  
  
   2- The call to the component is
  
   div wicket:id=actionMenuOneactions/div
  
   3- The generated HTML by wicket is
  
   div   wicket:id=actionMenuOne   id=actionMenuOne1
   wicket:panel
   div
   ... some code
   /div
   /wicket:panel
   /div
  
   4- The tag wicket:panel is breaking some YUI javascript...
  
   *Question: *
  
   is there a way to exclude wicket:panel tag for this component but
 keep
   the  div wicket:id=actionMenuOne tag ?
  
  
  
  
  
  
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Re: Consequences of sharing ajax request target by attribute or by static determination

2009-09-30 Thread Pedro Santos
I think ajax fallback strategy is a good idea:
class AjaxFallbackEvent{
 void handleSomething( target){
  // user implementations test for target == null
 }
}

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:38 AM, Per Newgro per.new...@gmx.ch wrote:

 Hi *,

 i would like to know if there hidden consequences if i exchange sharing
 by attribute through sharing by static determination.
 To couple my event-components with it's higher ranking components i use a
 listener based approach. Each parent adds a
 listener to the child can be involved if an event occurs.

 The problem is that i sometimes use ajax event components and sometimes
 not. Thus until now i have to provide two different
 event classes. The one for ajax usage contains an attribute with the
 current ajax request target. The event sources creates the
 event and provides the request target.

 But now if found AjaxRequestTarget.get. Javadoc says Static method that
 returns current |AjaxRequestTarget| 
 http://wicket.apache.org/docs/1.4/org/apache/wicket/ajax/AjaxRequestTarget.html
 or |null| of no |AjaxRequestTarget| 
 http://wicket.apache.org/docs/1.4/org/apache/wicket/ajax/AjaxRequestTarget.html
 is available.
 So this exactly what i tried to achieve with the two event types.

 So my question is: Can i simplify my event objects by throwing the request
 target attribute away and use the AjaxRequestTarget.get method in my
 listener chain?
 Or why is this not a good idea?

 Thanks for clearing it to me.
 Cheers
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Re: AW: AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Linda van der Pal
table = new AjaxFallbackDefaultDataTable(datatable, createColumns(), 
contentProvider, 10);


@Override
   protected IColumn?[] createColumns() {
   IColumn?[] columns = new IColumn[3];
   columns[0] = createActionsColumn();
   columns[1] = new PropertyColumnString(new 
ResourceModel(label.name), name, name);
   columns[2] = new PropertyColumnString(new 
ResourceModel(label.owners), owners, owners);
  
   return columns;

   }

So datatable would become benutzer, contentProvider would become new 
AdministratorDataProvider(), and you'd have to add your own columns. 
(The number 10 is the number of rows you want to show on a page.)


On the Wicket-examples site is an extensive example of this construct.

Regards,
Linda


Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:

could you tell me how to use this?
I have  a Dataview like this:

dataView = new DataViewAdministrator(benutzer, new 
AdministratorDataProvider()) {
}


thanks!


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I used this with a AjaxFallbackDefaultDataTable and then I didn't have 
to tell it that the DB had changed.


Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
  

Thank you! Your solution is really nice.

It functions well!

I have a problem which the datagrid. After removing a row in the database it 
throws an exception, because wicket is unable to populate an item (I assume the 
deleted one)

How can I tell wicket to reload the datagrid because something in the DB 
changed.





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Betreff: Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

I created a deteletButton as follows. I have a DeleteButton innerclass, and a 
method that adds this button to the panel that is shown in the table.

private class DeleteButton extends Button {
   private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

   public DeleteButton(final String id, final IModelString model) {
   super(id, model);
   }

   @Override
   public void onSubmit() {
   try {
   deleteData((String) getModelObject()); // a method that does the 
actual data deletion in the database
   } catch (SQLException se) {
   error(StringResources.SQLERROR_GET + '\n' + se.getMessage());
   } catch (IOException ie) {
   error(StringResources.IOERROR + '\n' + ie.getMessage());
   }
   }

   @Override
   public boolean isEnabled() {
   return isEditingAuthorised();
   }
   }

private void addDeleteLink(final IModel? model) {
   String id = (String)getIdFromModel(model); // a method that extracts 
the id from the model (based on what kind of class is in the model)
  Button deleteButton = new DeleteButton(delete, new 
ModelString(id));
   deleteButton.add(new Image(deleteIcon, new 
ResourceReference(EmptyIconReference.class, list-remove.png)));
   deleteButton.add(new SimpleAttributeModifier(onclick, return 
confirm('Are you sure?');));
   add(deleteButton);
   }

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Linda

Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 


Hi,

I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid. But when you 
click on the delete link, the delete label should change and a warning occurs: Do 
you really want to delete xyz.
After the second click it finally deletes the content.

How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?

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Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread rmattler

Another approach would be to  created a model window to appear when the
delete link is clicked.   With the message Are you sure you want to delete
xxx?  If you select yes, the row is deleted then ajax is used to refresh
the dataview.  Let me know if you want to use this approach and I will post
an example.



Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid.
 But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and
 a warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.
 
 How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?
 
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Component initModel() order (design issue?)

2009-09-30 Thread Edmund Urbani
Hi,

I was just trying to create a component of my own which - in some of my pages -
is created without a model. In the initModel() method I would then call
super.initModel() and wrap the resulting model for use in a child component. The
problem is the initialization order:

The child model's initModel() gets called first, the parent (my custom
component) does not yet have a model (getModelImpl() returns null) so it goes up
farther in the component hierarchy and retrieves a wrong model.

Looking at the Component source code (Wicket 1.4.1) I see a commented out line
where initModel() used to to call the parent getModel() instead of
getModelImpl(). There's also a comment explaining that doing so would
initialize many inbetween completely useless models. Well, not so useless for
what I am trying to do I guess.

So, from my perspective this looks like a bug that causes necessary
initialization to be bypassed. Obviously though it was done like that on
purpose, so I decided to put the issue up here instead of filing a bug report.

Has anyone else run into similar issues?
Would it really be so bad to just call getModel()?

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AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
How do you achieve, that the dataview is refreshed after clicking delete?




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Another approach would be to  created a model window to appear when the
delete link is clicked.   With the message Are you sure you want to delete
xxx?  If you select yes, the row is deleted then ajax is used to refresh
the dataview.  Let me know if you want to use this approach and I will post
an example.



Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a datagrid.
 But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should change and
 a warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.
 
 How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?
 
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Re: exclude wicket:panel

2009-09-30 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
If you're distributing it to third parties, it's really their problem - in
that this will be universal for all components in their app.  If they don't
want the tags there, they will strip them (which is default in production).

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On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 6:55 AM, Martin Letendre
letendre.mar...@gmail.comwrote:

 My component is ment to be distribute to a third party. I have no access to
 the Application class. Is there a way to apply the same behavior to a
 single
 component...


 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 7:01 AM, Alex Objelean alex_objel...@yahoo.com
 wrote:

 
  In your Application class add the following line:
 
  getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(true);
 
 
  Martin Letendre wrote:
  
   Don't display the wicket:panel tag
  
   1- I am using a wicket panel to create a component here is the code.
  
   wicket:panel
   div
  ... some code
   /div
   /wicket:panel
  
  
   2- The call to the component is
  
   div wicket:id=actionMenuOneactions/div
  
   3- The generated HTML by wicket is
  
   div   wicket:id=actionMenuOne   id=actionMenuOne1
   wicket:panel
   div
   ... some code
   /div
   /wicket:panel
   /div
  
   4- The tag wicket:panel is breaking some YUI javascript...
  
   *Question: *
  
   is there a way to exclude wicket:panel tag for this component but
 keep
   the  div wicket:id=actionMenuOne tag ?
  
  
  
  
  
  
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RE: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

2009-09-30 Thread Jeffrey Schneller
I did not override the method.I just did and it is still not
working.  Here is what I have:

Also, where would one find this type of information.  I don't think the
online example show it and blindly guessing methods to look at in
javadoc doesn't seem efficient.

HTML:
tr
tdwicket:message key=userTypeType of
User:/wicket:message/td
td
span wicket:id=accountType
input type=radio /option 1
/span
/td
/tr
tr
td/td
tdspan wicket:id=typeBoxThe type
box/span/td
/tr

Code:
// Account Type sub box
final WebMarkupContainer typeBox = new
WebMarkupContainer(typeBox) {

/* (non-Javadoc)
 * @see
org.apache.wicket.Component#callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible()
 */
@Override
protected boolean
callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible() {
return true;
}

};
typeBox.setVisible(false);
typeBox.setOutputMarkupId(true);
add(typeBox);

// Account Type Select
List accountTypes = accountTypeDao.findAll();
ChoiceRenderer accountTypeChoiceRenderer = new
ChoiceRenderer(name, code);
RadioChoice accountTypeRadio = new
RadioChoice(accountType, accountTypes, accountTypeChoiceRenderer);
//accountTypeRadio.setRequired(true);
// add the on click to the radio button
accountTypeRadio.add(new
AjaxFormChoiceComponentUpdatingBehavior () { 
private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L; 

@Override 
protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) { 
RadioChoice choice = (RadioChoice)
getComponent();
choice.updateModel();

if (((AccountType)
choice.getModelObject()).getCode().equalsIgnoreCase(REP)) {
typeBox.setVisible(true);
} else {
typeBox.setVisible(false);  
}
target.addComponent(typeBox);
} 
}); 

add(accountTypeRadio);


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From: Per Newgro [mailto:per.new...@gmx.ch] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 2:17 AM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

Hey Jeff,

did you override this?


/**
 * Override this method if you want onBeforeRender to be called even

when your component is not
 * visible. default this returns false.
 *
 * @return boolean, if true then onBeforeRender is called even for 
none visible components,
 * default false.
 *
 * @see Component#onBeforeRender()
 */
protected boolean callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible()
{
return false;
}

If you add a visible and an invisible panel you have to override this on

the invisible one.

hth
Cheers
Per
 I want to create a list of radio buttons [I have that working] and an
 ajax event to fire whenever a radio button is clicked [I have this
 working].  If the radio button matches the one I am interested in then
I
 want to display additional information that must be filled in.  A
radio
 button selection is required.

  

 I cannot get the additional information to display when I add the
 component back to the target.  I think it is because the additional
 information is originally set to not visible so the output markup id
is
 not written out.  How would I go about doing this?  It seems pretty
 standard.  Do I need to use panels and swap the appropriate panel [1 -
 empty panel, 2 - panel with additional info] into the target when
 needed?  That seems like a lot of code to do something fairly simple.

  

 My code is below. 

  

 Thanks.

  

 Jeff

  

 =

  

 HTML:

   tr

  tdwicket:message key=userTypeType of
 User:/wicket:message/td

  td

span wicket:id=accountType

   input type=radio /option 1

/span

  /td

   /tr

   tr

  td/td

  tdspan wicket:id=typeBoxThe 

[tinymce] problem adding/removing TinyMceBehavior dinamically

2009-09-30 Thread Daniele Dellafiore
Hi. I have a problem with this example code:

  tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
  PropertyModelBoolean richProperty = new PropertyModel(model, rich);
  add(new AjaxCheckBox(switchRte, richProperty) {

 @Override
 protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
if (getModelObject()) {
   textArea.add(tinyMceBehavior);
} else {
   textArea.remove(tinyMceBehavior);
   tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
}
refresh(target);
 }
  });

the purpose is to have a checkbox that add and remove the
TinyMceBehavior from a text area.
It works fine but I have this problem: when I Submit the form the
textArea is in after REMOVING the behavior, I have a javascript error:

t.win.document is null

firebug show the error in tiny_mce_src.js at line 5376

if (!r)
   r = isIE ? t.win.document.body.createTextRange() :
t.win.document.createRange();

I am using tinymce 3.2.7 but the same problem occurs with tinymce used
in trunk version of wicket-contrib-tinymce.

the effect is that submit does not work.
if I click on checkbox again, everything continue to work.
Any idea?

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Re: TinyMCE in an Ajax loaded panel

2009-09-30 Thread Daniele Dellafiore
On Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 5:57 PM, Martijn Lindhout
mlindh...@jointeffort.nl wrote:

 Hi all,

 I searched nabble, but couldn't find any recent posts that brought me a
 solution to this problem:

 I have a page with two panels, a master/detail setup. The master has a list
 of items, the detail a TinyMCE editor. The details panel is invisible until
 the user clicks an item in the master list. The list disappears and the
 detail panel is shown, all using Ajax. The problem is that the TinyMCE
 editor doesn't appear, it's just a normal textarea.

 Has anyone a solution to this problem?

 Thanks

yes, I had this problem and I solved this. I wrote about this here:
http://wicketbyexample.com/wicket-tinymce-some-advanced-tips/

specifically in the paragraph Switching to Rich Text after the page is load

it is all working now but I have a problem with the checkbox that
enable/disable the behavior. I am going to write on this mailing list
for help about that.

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Re: Component initModel() order (design issue?)

2009-09-30 Thread Pedro Santos
The child model's initModel() gets called first
There are no especial ordering programing to initModels calls. Basically
they are called by

public final IModel? getDefaultModel()
{
IModel? model = getModelImpl();
// If model is null
if (model == null)
{
// give subclass a chance to lazy-init model
model = initModel();
setModelImpl(model);
}

return model;
}
What about your custom component gain an model that implements
IComponentInheritedModel and assign his children default models with the
desired logic? On IComponentInheritedModel you can access your custom
component parent model, and if you use getDefaultModel method, you don't
need to care with initialization ordering too...

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 9:51 AM, Edmund Urbani e...@liland.org wrote:

 Hi,

 I was just trying to create a component of my own which - in some of my
 pages -
 is created without a model. In the initModel() method I would then call
 super.initModel() and wrap the resulting model for use in a child
 component. The
 problem is the initialization order:

 The child model's initModel() gets called first, the parent (my custom
 component) does not yet have a model (getModelImpl() returns null) so it
 goes up
 farther in the component hierarchy and retrieves a wrong model.

 Looking at the Component source code (Wicket 1.4.1) I see a commented out
 line
 where initModel() used to to call the parent getModel() instead of
 getModelImpl(). There's also a comment explaining that doing so would
 initialize many inbetween completely useless models. Well, not so useless
 for
 what I am trying to do I guess.

 So, from my perspective this looks like a bug that causes necessary
 initialization to be bypassed. Obviously though it was done like that on
 purpose, so I decided to put the issue up here instead of filing a bug
 report.

 Has anyone else run into similar issues?
 Would it really be so bad to just call getModel()?

 Cheers
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Re: Wrong path to wicket-event.js resulting in 404 after calling wicket from javascript

2009-09-30 Thread Vladimir K

I believe the code that causes the problem is

#
@Override
#
protected CharSequence getURL()
#
{
#
return super.getURL() +
String.format(TB_iframe=trueheight=%dwidth=%dmodal=false, getHeight(),
getWidth());
#
}

IFAIK wicket encodes URL parameters in a special form. And the last part is
the number of ../ required for prepending the resource urls. In your app
it might be zero so wicket do not generate appropriate ../../.. for your
app/shop/rozkovec mount string.


Vit Rozkovec wrote:
 
 Hallo,
 I came across strange problem I do not know whether it is mine fault or
 wicket's problem.
 
 On a page, there is a widget, which list news records.
 Each record has an edit and delete link. Edit link opens new dialog in
 jquery's thickbox window, which is practically IFrame.
 
 The code for page, which holds form and which is displayed in the thickbox
 window:
 http://pastebin.com/m5ca60e78
 
 The code for a link, which shows the thickbox window with a page in it:
 http://pastebin.com/m6339b3a
 
 En example usage:
 http://pastebin.com/m768350aa
 here on line 72 when I do:
 target.addComponent(ShopNewsWidgetPanel.this.get(news-container));
 
 after ajax refresh of the component, which contains news records, each
 record containing edit link, there is 404 error found in the Ajax debug
 window.
 From firebug console I can find out that if I add a some component (here
 it is edit link, which is held by news-container), which also contains
 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior, then upon rendering head of the response,
 there is wrong path to wicket ajax resources:
 
 Correct path:
 http://localhost:8080/cz.madewithlove/app/resources/org.apache.wicket.markup.html.WicketEventReference/wicket-event.js
 
 Wrong path after ajax call:
 http://localhost:8080/cz.madewithlove/app/shop/rozkovec/resources/org.apache.wicket.markup.html.WicketEventReference/wicket-event.js
 
 The page is mounted like so:
 mount(new IndexedHybridUrlCodingStrategy(shop, ShopModulePage.class));
 
 An ajax function, which is called in the page's ajax button onSubmit()
 method:
 
 function thickbox_window_close(url)
 {
tb_remove(); //removes thickbox window
 
// call url of the behavior, this behavior is attached to the link,
 which opens the page in thickbox window
var wcall=wicketAjaxGet(url, null, null, function() {return true;});
 
return !wcall;
 }
 
 I could solve it by visiting all components of the parent container except
 behaviors and add them to the ajax request target, but it would be better
 to not bother about it and just add the parent container. Any pointers?
 
 
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What is preferred/recommended way to localize texts of non-visual components

2009-09-30 Thread Petr Fejfar
Hi all,

I have an enum type e.g.

public enum MapType
UNDEFINED,ROADMAP,MOBILE,SATELITE,TERRAIN,HYBRID;

public static String toKeyword(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return roadmap;
  ...

public static MapType fromKeyword(final String keyword) {
final String kw = keyword.toLowerCase();
if (kw.equals(roadmap))
return ROADMAP;
else if ...



and I'd like to localize a verbal representation of particular elements
which I could share throughout Wicket application in many places.
i.e. I need something like this:

public static String verbose(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return getString(verbROADMAP);
  ...


What is a preferred/recommended way to localize it?


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Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread rmattler

Sorry spelling error not model window but modal window.  


rmattler wrote:
 
 Another approach would be to  created a model window to appear when the
 delete link is clicked.   With the message Are you sure you want to
 delete xxx?  If you select yes, the row is deleted then ajax is used to
 refresh the dataview.  Let me know if you want to use this approach and I
 will post an example.
 
 
 
 Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a
 datagrid. But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should
 change and a warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.
 
 How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?
 
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AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread Peter Arnulf Lustig
yes I thought it... :)

How do you achieve that the dataview is refreshed after deletion  of a row?



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Sorry spelling error not model window but modal window.  


rmattler wrote:
 
 Another approach would be to  created a model window to appear when the
 delete link is clicked.   With the message Are you sure you want to
 delete xxx?  If you select yes, the row is deleted then ajax is used to
 refresh the dataview.  Let me know if you want to use this approach and I
 will post an example.
 
 
 
 Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a
 datagrid. But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should
 change and a warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.
 
 How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?
 
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Re: What is preferred/recommended way to localize texts of non-visual components

2009-09-30 Thread Matthias Keller

Hi Petr

We use a custom EnumConverter for that. It can be added to the 
application like so:

   @Override
   protected IConverterLocator newConverterLocator () {
   ConverterLocator converterLocator = (ConverterLocator) 
super.newConverterLocator();

   converterLocator.set(MyEnum.class, new EnumConverter());
   }

EnumConverter:
...
public String convertToString (Object value, Locale locale) {
   return EnumUtils.getEnumFromResources((Enum?) value, 
value.toString());

   }
...


Then the following helper method looks the enum up in the string 
resources...

   /**
* Tries to resolve a given Enum instance against the resources.
* The following keys are searched for in the resources:br/
* biIf the enum is defined as a top-level enum:/i/b
* ul
*  lipackage.EnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
*  liEnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
* /ul
* biIf the enum is defined inside another class:/i/b
* ul
*  lipackage.SomeClass$EnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
*  lipackage.SomeClass.EnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
*  liSomeClass.EnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
*  liEnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
* /ul
* If no resource could be found, the specified defaultValue is 
returned.

*
* @param enu The Enum instance
* @param defaultValue The default value in case no resource string 
was found
* @return The matching resource string or ttdefaultValue/tt if 
there was no match

*/
   public static String getEnumFromResources (Enum? enu, String 
defaultValue) {


   final Localizer loc = 
WebApplication.get().getResourceSettings().getLocalizer();

   ListString keyList = new ArrayListString();
   keyList.add(enu.getClass().getName());
   keyList.add(enu.getClass().getCanonicalName());
   if (enu.getClass().getDeclaringClass() != null) {
   
keyList.add(enu.getClass().getDeclaringClass().getSimpleName()+.+enu.getClass().getSimpleName());

   }
   keyList.add(enu.getClass().getSimpleName());

   for (String key : keyList) {
   // The empty string needs to be used here because null is 
being treated as 'not found',

   // thus might result in a warning string being returned.
   String res = loc.getString(key+.+enu.name(), null, );
   if (!.equals(res)) {
   return res;
   }
   }
   return defaultValue;
   }

Petr Fejfar wrote:

Hi all,

I have an enum type e.g.

public enum MapType
UNDEFINED,ROADMAP,MOBILE,SATELITE,TERRAIN,HYBRID;

public static String toKeyword(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return roadmap;
  ...

public static MapType fromKeyword(final String keyword) {
final String kw = keyword.toLowerCase();
if (kw.equals(roadmap))
return ROADMAP;
else if ...



and I'd like to localize a verbal representation of particular elements
which I could share throughout Wicket application in many places.
i.e. I need something like this:

public static String verbose(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return getString(verbROADMAP);
  ...


What is a preferred/recommended way to localize it?


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Re: Complicated workflows

2009-09-30 Thread Vladimir K

I tried JBoss JBPM and it worked for complex compound workflows. It also had
a eclipse designer plugin that could save the workflow image and provided a
class that visualised the current workflow state.

It had persistence module that was based on Hibernate. I had just to
implement simple UI to present a user with workflows and tasks.

I believe user can stay unaware about how complex is the workflow and
whether it is compound.


Phil Housley wrote:
 
 Hello list,
 
 I'm currently working on some ideas for building apps with fairly
 complex workflows.  My aim is to find a nice pattern/framework for
 building apps where each unit of work involves many panels, several
 forms, lots of decisions and so on.  In particular I'm aiming at apps
 where you need to be very confident about exactly what is happening,
 so very strict control of actions, being careful of multiple
 renderings of a page each trying to change the server data, and so on.
  Also, I'm wondering about some options for declarative building of
 workflows out of existing tasks.
 
 My current design involves running from a special page, which
 maintains a stack of tasks.  One type of task is a Workflow, which can
 be configured to automatically spawn subtasks as required, based on
 the result of previous tasks.  Another type of task is based on a
 panel, and is able to cause itself to be rendered.  The stack
 processor makes sure that each task is invoked at the right time, that
 a task can render if it is at the top of the stack, that only the top
 of the stack can be invoked from a form and so on.
 
 This is working ok for some silly demo cases, but there are various
 issues.  For example, any task that is not also a component cannot
 access dependency injection, or set error messages and so on.  I'm not
 sure how to get around this at the moment, as I don't want to force
 every task to be a component, when many will likely have no cause to
 ever be rendered.
 
 So, the reason I'm posting is to ask mainly two things:
 
 1) Is this of interest to anyone else?  All the code is my own, so
 I'll open source it if there seems to be some future in it.
 
 2) If so, does anyone have any comments on my current design?  Clearly
 there are problems with it, but should I carry on trying to find ways
 to work around them, or does the whole thing sounds like so much
 crack?
 
 Thanks,
 
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Re: What is preferred/recommended way to localize texts of non-visual components

2009-09-30 Thread Pedro Santos
I don't know if you need wicket api to reach your objective:

public enum MapType {
UNDEFINED, ROADMAP, MOBILE, SATELITE, TERRAIN, HYBRID;
public String toKeyword()
{
return toString().toLowerCase();
}

public String verbose()
{
return verb + this.toString();
}

public static MapType fromKeyword(final String keyword)
{
return Enum.valueOf(MapType.class, keyword.toUpperCase());
}
}

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 11:22 AM, Matthias Keller
matthias.kel...@ergon.chwrote:

 Hi Petr

 We use a custom EnumConverter for that. It can be added to the application
 like so:
   @Override
   protected IConverterLocator newConverterLocator () {
   ConverterLocator converterLocator = (ConverterLocator)
 super.newConverterLocator();
   converterLocator.set(MyEnum.class, new EnumConverter());
   }

 EnumConverter:
 ...
 public String convertToString (Object value, Locale locale) {
   return EnumUtils.getEnumFromResources((Enum?) value,
 value.toString());
   }
 ...


 Then the following helper method looks the enum up in the string
 resources...
   /**
* Tries to resolve a given Enum instance against the resources.
* The following keys are searched for in the resources:br/
* biIf the enum is defined as a top-level enum:/i/b
* ul
*  lipackage.EnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
*  liEnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
* /ul
* biIf the enum is defined inside another class:/i/b
* ul
*  lipackage.SomeClass$EnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
*  lipackage.SomeClass.EnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
*  liSomeClass.EnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
*  liEnumClassName.ENUMNAME/li
* /ul
* If no resource could be found, the specified defaultValue is returned.
*
* @param enu The Enum instance
* @param defaultValue The default value in case no resource string was
 found
* @return The matching resource string or ttdefaultValue/tt if there
 was no match
*/
   public static String getEnumFromResources (Enum? enu, String
 defaultValue) {

   final Localizer loc =
 WebApplication.get().getResourceSettings().getLocalizer();
   ListString keyList = new ArrayListString();
   keyList.add(enu.getClass().getName());
   keyList.add(enu.getClass().getCanonicalName());
   if (enu.getClass().getDeclaringClass() != null) {

 keyList.add(enu.getClass().getDeclaringClass().getSimpleName()+.+enu.getClass().getSimpleName());
   }
   keyList.add(enu.getClass().getSimpleName());

   for (String key : keyList) {
   // The empty string needs to be used here because null is being
 treated as 'not found',
   // thus might result in a warning string being returned.
   String res = loc.getString(key+.+enu.name(), null, );
   if (!.equals(res)) {
   return res;
   }
   }
   return defaultValue;

   }

 Petr Fejfar wrote:

 Hi all,

 I have an enum type e.g.

 public enum MapType
UNDEFINED,ROADMAP,MOBILE,SATELITE,TERRAIN,HYBRID;

public static String toKeyword(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return roadmap;
  ...

public static MapType fromKeyword(final String keyword) {
final String kw = keyword.toLowerCase();
if (kw.equals(roadmap))
return ROADMAP;
else if ...



 and I'd like to localize a verbal representation of particular elements
 which I could share throughout Wicket application in many places.
 i.e. I need something like this:

public static String verbose(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return getString(verbROADMAP);
  ...


 What is a preferred/recommended way to localize it?


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Re: What is preferred/recommended way to localize texts of non-visual components

2009-09-30 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
On my applications I add an IStringResourceLoader that looks for resources
at packages where beans are defined... So, all I do is register a key like
xxx.mypakage.MapType:MOBILE  and then this IStringResourceLoader will look
for a resource file namedBeans.properties at package xxx.mypakage and then
look for property MapType.MOBILE on that resource... That way this
localization is common to all pages, panels, etc, using the enum... or Bean.
I know Igor added a package resources some time ago, but don't know if
that can replace what I'm doing...

Hope this is what you where asking for?

Best,

Ernesto
On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:18 PM, Petr Fejfar petr.fej...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi all,

 I have an enum type e.g.

 public enum MapType
UNDEFINED,ROADMAP,MOBILE,SATELITE,TERRAIN,HYBRID;

public static String toKeyword(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return roadmap;
  ...

public static MapType fromKeyword(final String keyword) {
final String kw = keyword.toLowerCase();
if (kw.equals(roadmap))
return ROADMAP;
else if ...



 and I'd like to localize a verbal representation of particular elements
 which I could share throughout Wicket application in many places.
 i.e. I need something like this:

public static String verbose(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return getString(verbROADMAP);
  ...


 What is a preferred/recommended way to localize it?


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Re: What is preferred/recommended way to localize texts of non-visual components

2009-09-30 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Sorry, I should has said Igor and Juergen... look
for org.apache.wicket.resource.loader.PackageStringResourceLoader
Ernesto

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro 
reier...@gmail.com wrote:

 On my applications I add an IStringResourceLoader that looks for resources
 at packages where beans are defined... So, all I do is register a key like
 xxx.mypakage.MapType:MOBILE  and then this IStringResourceLoader will look
 for a resource file named Beans.properties at package xxx.mypakage and
 then look for property MapType.MOBILE on that resource... That way this
 localization is common to all pages, panels, etc, using the enum... or Bean.
 I know Igor added a package resources some time ago, but don't know if
 that can replace what I'm doing...

 Hope this is what you where asking for?

 Best,

 Ernesto

 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:18 PM, Petr Fejfar petr.fej...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi all,

 I have an enum type e.g.

 public enum MapType
UNDEFINED,ROADMAP,MOBILE,SATELITE,TERRAIN,HYBRID;

public static String toKeyword(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return roadmap;
  ...

public static MapType fromKeyword(final String keyword) {
final String kw = keyword.toLowerCase();
if (kw.equals(roadmap))
return ROADMAP;
else if ...



 and I'd like to localize a verbal representation of particular elements
 which I could share throughout Wicket application in many places.
 i.e. I need something like this:

public static String verbose(MapType mapType) {
switch (mapType) {
  case ROADMAP:
  return getString(verbROADMAP);
  ...


 What is a preferred/recommended way to localize it?


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Re: User name validation - how to check database to find if a name has already been taken?

2009-09-30 Thread Paul Huang



igor.vaynberg wrote:
 
 form {
   onsubmit() {
try {
   users.persist(getmodelobject());
} catch (usernamealreadyexistsexception e) {
   error(error.username.exists);
}
}
 }
 
 -igor
 

Thanks, it works like a charm. I did not  know I could show an error message
by calling Component.error and then use a filter to catch all error
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Re: User name validation - how to check database to find if a name has already been taken?

2009-09-30 Thread Nicolas Melendez
why do you use an exception for user already exits?Don`t you think that
return true/false, could be better?
i said that, because if the application start growing, you will have lot of
exceptions class.
thanks,
NM


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 igor.vaynberg wrote:
 
  form {
onsubmit() {
 try {
users.persist(getmodelobject());
 } catch (usernamealreadyexistsexception e) {
error(error.username.exists);
 }
 }
  }
 
  -igor
 

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 message
 by calling Component.error and then use a filter to catch all error
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Re: User name validation - how to check database to find if a name has already been taken?

2009-09-30 Thread Paul Huang




The AbstractValidator approach is fine, or you can do it the shorter
way the Igor showed.

Either way, when the page that has the username is submitted, you're
going to have to write that record to the database, even if you don't
have all the info.  The way you wrote the question, I presume you are
collecting info on multiple pages.  First page gets username et al, then
next  as in a wizard page.

When you check the username and it's not in use, write the record.
The table should have audit columns that include record_status and
last_mod_datetime.  Initially write the record with status I (in process)
and when the user is finished registering, update it with A (active).


If the user fills out page 1 and then closes the browser you'll have a
record there with status I.  You'll need a job that fires off periodically
(I do it once a day at 2 or 3am) that finds those records that are more
than, say, 24 hours old, and purges them.

Then, to quote a sith, there is no conflict.

-hth

Thanks for your suggestion. Currently, I  only have a single user input
page. But as the application evolves, I may eventually need to have a wizard
and implement the record_status check process as you suggested  to  make
sure that the database is always consistent.
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Re: [tinymce] problem adding/removing TinyMceBehavior dinamically

2009-09-30 Thread bgooren

It's not possible to add TinyMCE dynamically due to the way TinyMCE works.
What you can do however, is pre-load TinyMCE, and dynamically enable/disable
it on a component.

Daniele Dellafiore wrote:
 
 Hi. I have a problem with this example code:
 
   tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
   PropertyModelBoolean richProperty = new PropertyModel(model,
 rich);
   add(new AjaxCheckBox(switchRte, richProperty) {
 
  @Override
  protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
 if (getModelObject()) {
textArea.add(tinyMceBehavior);
 } else {
textArea.remove(tinyMceBehavior);
tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
 }
 refresh(target);
  }
   });
 
 the purpose is to have a checkbox that add and remove the
 TinyMceBehavior from a text area.
 It works fine but I have this problem: when I Submit the form the
 textArea is in after REMOVING the behavior, I have a javascript error:
 
 t.win.document is null
 
 firebug show the error in tiny_mce_src.js at line 5376
 
 if (!r)
r = isIE ? t.win.document.body.createTextRange() :
 t.win.document.createRange();
 
 I am using tinymce 3.2.7 but the same problem occurs with tinymce used
 in trunk version of wicket-contrib-tinymce.
 
 the effect is that submit does not work.
 if I click on checkbox again, everything continue to work.
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Re: [tinymce] problem adding/removing TinyMceBehavior dinamically

2009-09-30 Thread nino martinez wael
Actually AFAIK the resources just need to be on path, then you can pretty
much do whatever you want. Could be what your definition of preloading are
:)

I have a panel that are added by ajax so I had to make sure the resources
used by that panel always where on the containing page.

regards

2009/9/30 bgooren b...@iswd.nl


 It's not possible to add TinyMCE dynamically due to the way TinyMCE works.
 What you can do however, is pre-load TinyMCE, and dynamically
 enable/disable
 it on a component.

 Daniele Dellafiore wrote:
 
  Hi. I have a problem with this example code:
 
tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
PropertyModelBoolean richProperty = new PropertyModel(model,
  rich);
add(new AjaxCheckBox(switchRte, richProperty) {
 
   @Override
   protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
  if (getModelObject()) {
 textArea.add(tinyMceBehavior);
  } else {
 textArea.remove(tinyMceBehavior);
 tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
  }
  refresh(target);
   }
});
 
  the purpose is to have a checkbox that add and remove the
  TinyMceBehavior from a text area.
  It works fine but I have this problem: when I Submit the form the
  textArea is in after REMOVING the behavior, I have a javascript error:
 
  t.win.document is null
 
  firebug show the error in tiny_mce_src.js at line 5376
 
  if (!r)
 r = isIE ? t.win.document.body.createTextRange() :
  t.win.document.createRange();
 
  I am using tinymce 3.2.7 but the same problem occurs with tinymce used
  in trunk version of wicket-contrib-tinymce.
 
  the effect is that submit does not work.
  if I click on checkbox again, everything continue to work.
  Any idea?
 
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Re: Wrong path to wicket-event.js resulting in 404 after calling wicket from javascript

2009-09-30 Thread rozkovec . wl
I have tried removing the override completely, but it did not help. I just 
would like to know, whether I am doing something obviously stupid, or if I 
should start debugging deeper or make a quickstart.

Vit

 
 I believe the code that causes the problem is
 
 #
 @Override
 #
 protected CharSequence getURL()
 #
 {
 #
 return super.getURL() +
 String.format(TB_iframe=trueheight=%dwidth=%dmodal=false, getHeight(),
 getWidth());
 #
 }
 
 IFAIK wicket encodes URL parameters in a special form. And the last part is
 the number of ../ required for prepending the resource urls. In your app
 it might be zero so wicket do not generate appropriate ../../.. for your
 app/shop/rozkovec mount string.
 
 
 Vit Rozkovec wrote:
  
  Hallo,
  I came across strange problem I do not know whether it is mine fault or
  wicket's problem.
  
  On a page, there is a widget, which list news records.
  Each record has an edit and delete link. Edit link opens new dialog in
  jquery's thickbox window, which is practically IFrame.
  
  The code for page, which holds form and which is displayed in the thickbox
  window:
  http://pastebin.com/m5ca60e78
  
  The code for a link, which shows the thickbox window with a page in it:
  http://pastebin.com/m6339b3a
  
  En example usage:
  http://pastebin.com/m768350aa
  here on line 72 when I do:
  target.addComponent(ShopNewsWidgetPanel.this.get(news-container));
  
  after ajax refresh of the component, which contains news records, each
  record containing edit link, there is 404 error found in the Ajax debug
  window.
  From firebug console I can find out that if I add a some component (here
  it is edit link, which is held by news-container), which also contains
  AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior, then upon rendering head of the response,
  there is wrong path to wicket ajax resources:
  
  Correct path:
 
 http://localhost:8080/cz.madewithlove/app/resources/org.apache.wicket.markup.html.WicketEventReference/wicket-event.js
  
  Wrong path after ajax call:
 
 http://localhost:8080/cz.madewithlove/app/shop/rozkovec/resources/org.apache.wicket.markup.html.WicketEventReference/wicket-event.js
  
  The page is mounted like so:
  mount(new IndexedHybridUrlCodingStrategy(shop, ShopModulePage.class));
  
  An ajax function, which is called in the page's ajax button onSubmit()
  method:
  
  function thickbox_window_close(url)
  {
 tb_remove(); //removes thickbox window
  
 // call url of the behavior, this behavior is attached to the link,
  which opens the page in thickbox window
 var wcall=wicketAjaxGet(url, null, null, function() {return true;});
  
 return !wcall;
  }
  
  I could solve it by visiting all components of the parent container except
  behaviors and add them to the ajax request target, but it would be better
  to not bother about it and just add the parent container. Any pointers?
  
  
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Re: AW: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?

2009-09-30 Thread rmattler

Wrap the dataview in a WebMarkupContainer .

1)  Create a WebMarkupContainer 
2)  Create your data view
3)  Add the dataview into the wmc
4)  Don't forget to set .setOutputMarkupId(true); on the dataview
5)  On the return of the Modal window refresh the target I.E.
target.addComponent(wmcDataTable);

Or this example will work with an ajax link instead of a modal window.



final WebMarkupContainer wmcDataTable = new
WebMarkupContainer(wmcDataTable);
wmcDataTable.setOutputMarkupId(true);

final DataViewUsers eachUser = new DataViewUsers(eachUser, dp) {

protected void populateItem(final ItemUsers item) {
final Users user = (Users) 
item.getModelObject();
item.setModel(new 
CompoundPropertyModelUsers(user));

item.add(new AjaxLinkUsers(deleteLink, item.getModel()) {
public void onClick(AjaxRequestTarget 
target) {
modalUsersDelete.setContent(new
VendorProfileUsersDeletePanel(modalUsersDelete.getContentId(),
(Users) 
item.getDefaultModelObject()));
modalUsersDelete.show(target);

}
});


// add items

});

eachUser.setItemsPerPage(ROWS_TO_DISPLAY);
eachUser.setOutputMarkupId(true);
wmcDataTable.add(eachUser);
form.add(wmcDataTable);

modalUsersDelete = new ModalWindow(modalUsersDelete);
modalUsersDelete.setInitialWidth(450);
modalUsersDelete.setInitialHeight(230);
modalUsersDelete.setOutputMarkupId(true);
modalUsersDelete.setTitle(Delete User);
modalUsersDelete.setWindowClosedCallback(new
ModalWindow.WindowClosedCallback() {
public void onClose(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
target.addComponent(wmcDataTable);
}

});
form.add(modalUsersDelete);








Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 
 yes I thought it... :)
 
 How do you achieve that the dataview is refreshed after deletion  of a
 row?
 
 
 
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 Von: rmattler robertmatt...@gmail.com
 An: users@wicket.apache.org
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 Betreff: Re: How would you realize a delete-Link in a datagrid row?
 
 
 Sorry spelling error not model window but modal window.  
 
 
 rmattler wrote:
 
 Another approach would be to  created a model window to appear when the
 delete link is clicked.   With the message Are you sure you want to
 delete xxx?  If you select yes, the row is deleted then ajax is used to
 refresh the dataview.  Let me know if you want to use this approach and I
 will post an example.
 
 
 
 Peter Arnulf Lustig wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 I'd like to create a delete link where you can delete a row in a
 datagrid. But when you click on the delete link, the delete label should
 change and a warning occurs: Do you really want to delete xyz.
 After the second click it finally deletes the content.
 
 How can I achieve that? Could you verbalize the procedure?
 
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Re: User name validation - how to check database to find if a name has already been taken?

2009-09-30 Thread Igor Vaynberg
actually you got it completely wrong. especially as your project, and
the number of devs who work on it, grows exceptions are a much more
scalable way of handling errors.

1) the compiler tells you exactly what the exceptions are right off the bat
2) exception class name gives you a clue as to what the error is
without reading javadoc
3) exception classes can contain error-related data that is easy to retrieve
4) you cannot forget to handle a checked exception
5) if someone adds a new error code you do not have to hunt down all
the places that now need to be changed - once again you get a compile
time error
6) a bunch of other stuff i dont feel like typing out

-igor

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 7:55 AM, Nicolas Melendez
nmelen...@getsense.com.ar wrote:
 why do you use an exception for user already exits?Don`t you think that
 return true/false, could be better?
 i said that, because if the application start growing, you will have lot of
 exceptions class.
 thanks,
 NM


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 igor.vaynberg wrote:
 
  form {
    onsubmit() {
         try {
            users.persist(getmodelobject());
         } catch (usernamealreadyexistsexception e) {
            error(error.username.exists);
         }
     }
  }
 
  -igor
 

 Thanks, it works like a charm. I did not  know I could show an error
 message
 by calling Component.error and then use a filter to catch all error
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Re: [tinymce] problem adding/removing TinyMceBehavior dinamically

2009-09-30 Thread bgooren

Well, that's what I meant with preloading. You cannot use TinyMCE if you're
loading its javascripts from your ajax request. If the TinyMCE scripts are
loaded from the containing page, then it will work (as you say).


nino martinez wael wrote:
 
 Actually AFAIK the resources just need to be on path, then you can pretty
 much do whatever you want. Could be what your definition of preloading are
 :)
 
 I have a panel that are added by ajax so I had to make sure the resources
 used by that panel always where on the containing page.
 
 regards
 
 2009/9/30 bgooren b...@iswd.nl
 

 It's not possible to add TinyMCE dynamically due to the way TinyMCE
 works.
 What you can do however, is pre-load TinyMCE, and dynamically
 enable/disable
 it on a component.

 Daniele Dellafiore wrote:
 
  Hi. I have a problem with this example code:
 
tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
PropertyModelBoolean richProperty = new PropertyModel(model,
  rich);
add(new AjaxCheckBox(switchRte, richProperty) {
 
   @Override
   protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
  if (getModelObject()) {
 textArea.add(tinyMceBehavior);
  } else {
 textArea.remove(tinyMceBehavior);
 tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
  }
  refresh(target);
   }
});
 
  the purpose is to have a checkbox that add and remove the
  TinyMceBehavior from a text area.
  It works fine but I have this problem: when I Submit the form the
  textArea is in after REMOVING the behavior, I have a javascript error:
 
  t.win.document is null
 
  firebug show the error in tiny_mce_src.js at line 5376
 
  if (!r)
 r = isIE ? t.win.document.body.createTextRange() :
  t.win.document.createRange();
 
  I am using tinymce 3.2.7 but the same problem occurs with tinymce used
  in trunk version of wicket-contrib-tinymce.
 
  the effect is that submit does not work.
  if I click on checkbox again, everything continue to work.
  Any idea?
 
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Newbie question - HTML Labels and IDs

2009-09-30 Thread Phillip Sacre
Hi,

I've been using Wicket now for a couple of weeks and am getting on
pretty well with it. I still run into issues occasionally though, and
I'd like to know what the recommended way of solving this one is!

I have the following HTML snippet in a component:

tr
td
label for=modelModel/label
/td
td
select id=model wicket:id=filterModel/select
/td
/tr 

The problem is, the select component (DropDownChoice) has
setOutputMarkupId on it, so the ID on the label for= tag is not
correct.

Is there a recommended way of solving this problem? I think it would be
possible to bind the label tag to a component and then set the for
attribute on it manually, but that seems quite a long way round of doing
things.

Thanks for your help,
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Re: Newbie question - HTML Labels and IDs

2009-09-30 Thread Igor Vaynberg
see FormComponentLabel and SimpleFormComponentLabel

-igor

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 8:34 AM, Phillip Sacre
psa...@clifford-thames.com wrote:
 Hi,

 I've been using Wicket now for a couple of weeks and am getting on
 pretty well with it. I still run into issues occasionally though, and
 I'd like to know what the recommended way of solving this one is!

 I have the following HTML snippet in a component:

 tr
        td
                label for=modelModel/label
        /td
        td
                select id=model wicket:id=filterModel/select
        /td
 /tr

 The problem is, the select component (DropDownChoice) has
 setOutputMarkupId on it, so the ID on the label for= tag is not
 correct.

 Is there a recommended way of solving this problem? I think it would be
 possible to bind the label tag to a component and then set the for
 attribute on it manually, but that seems quite a long way round of doing
 things.

 Thanks for your help,
 Phill


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RE: Newbie question - HTML Labels and IDs

2009-09-30 Thread Phillip Sacre
That's great, thanks - I knew there must be a simple way of doing it!

Phill

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To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Newbie question - HTML Labels and IDs

see FormComponentLabel and SimpleFormComponentLabel

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Re: What is preferred/recommended way to localize texts of non-visual components

2009-09-30 Thread Petr Fejfar
On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:40 PM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
reier...@gmail.com wrote:

Thank you for the prompt reply to all of you.

 for org.apache.wicket.resource.loader.PackageStringResourceLoader

Currently I used iteration through getStringResourceLoaders(), later
on I'd like to implement EnumConverted as adviced by Matthias Keller.

BTW, why all of those IStringResourceLoaders have overloaded methods
  loadStringResource(Class?, String, )
  loadStringResource(Component, String, )

but Localizer's getStrings() supports just Components? Should/could
not be there methods accepting classes as well?

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1 EAR, 2 WARs causes Spring Context Problem

2009-09-30 Thread Steve Hiller
Hi All,

I'm not sure if this is a Wicket, Spring or WebSphere issue or some combination 
of the 3.

General Setup:
WebSphere 6.1, wicket 1.3.7, Spring 2.5.6

Specific Setup:
1 EAR contains 2 WARs, call them WAR1 and WAR2.
Each WAR uses the Wicket  Spring frameworks.
The EAR is deployed to WebSphere -- each WAR's deployment descriptor
uses the WicketServlet and SpringContextLoaderServlet to control their 
respective frameworks
(see 
http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/websphere.html#Websphere-WicketServletratherthanWicketFilter)
Each WAR holds its Spring application configuration file 
(applicationContext.xml) under its WEB-INF directory.
Each applicationContext.xml file wires up a service bean.
The service beans are for two completely different classes, call them Service1 
(in WAR1) and Service2 (in WAR2).

Problem:
If I run the WAR1 web application first, then it successfully uses its Service1 
bean.
But, if I then run the WAR2 web application, it cannot find its Service2 bean.
This also happens in reverse order. That is, if I run the WAR2 web application 
first, then it
successfully uses its Service2 bean, but then running the WAR1 application 
fails to find
its Service1 bean. The failure exception is like:

  java.lang.IllegalStateException: bean of type [war1.Service1] not found
at 
org.apache.wicket.spring.SpringBeanLocator.getBeanNameOfClass(SpringBeanLocator.java:107)
at 
org.apache.wicket.spring.SpringBeanLocator.getBeanName(SpringBeanLocator.java:192)
at 
org.apache.wicket.spring.SpringBeanLocator.isSingletonBean(SpringBeanLocator.java:133)
at 
org.apache.wicket.spring.injection.annot.AnnotProxyFieldValueFactory.getFieldValue(AnnotProxyFieldValueFactory.java:90)
at org.apache.wicket.injection.Injector.inject(Injector.java:108)
at 
org.apache.wicket.injection.ConfigurableInjector.inject(ConfigurableInjector.java:39)

Has anyone come across this issue before?

Thanks,
Steve


Re: [tinymce] problem adding/removing TinyMceBehavior dinamically

2009-09-30 Thread Daniele Dellafiore
that is what I do.

enable disable for me means add/remove to/from a component, while the
javascript is loaded as the page is loaded.

but, after removing the behavior, the save generate that error.
or maybe you mean something different with enable/disable.

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:50 PM, bgooren b...@iswd.nl wrote:

 It's not possible to add TinyMCE dynamically due to the way TinyMCE works.
 What you can do however, is pre-load TinyMCE, and dynamically enable/disable
 it on a component.

 Daniele Dellafiore wrote:

 Hi. I have a problem with this example code:

       tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
       PropertyModelBoolean richProperty = new PropertyModel(model,
 rich);
       add(new AjaxCheckBox(switchRte, richProperty) {

         �...@override
          protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
             if (getModelObject()) {
                textArea.add(tinyMceBehavior);
             } else {
                textArea.remove(tinyMceBehavior);
                tinyMceBehavior = new TinyMceBehavior();
             }
             refresh(target);
          }
       });

 the purpose is to have a checkbox that add and remove the
 TinyMceBehavior from a text area.
 It works fine but I have this problem: when I Submit the form the
 textArea is in after REMOVING the behavior, I have a javascript error:

 t.win.document is null

 firebug show the error in tiny_mce_src.js at line 5376

 if (!r)
    r = isIE ? t.win.document.body.createTextRange() :
 t.win.document.createRange();

 I am using tinymce 3.2.7 but the same problem occurs with tinymce used
 in trunk version of wicket-contrib-tinymce.

 the effect is that submit does not work.
 if I click on checkbox again, everything continue to work.
 Any idea?

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Re: Component initModel() order (design issue?)

2009-09-30 Thread Edmund Urbani
You're right, getDefaultModel ensures initialization. I should have suggested
that instead of getModel (which is not available in the component class anymore
in 1.4.x).

However, I did not want to override the initModel() method (and copy most of its
code) just for that. So now I solved it by creating a new wrap model, which I
pass to the child component and which wraps around the parent.getDefaultModel().

public class ComponentWrapModelT implements IWrapModelT {
private Component component;
public ComponentWrapModel(Component component) { // component = parent
this.component=component;
}

@Override
public IModel? getWrappedModel() {
return component.getDefaultModel();
}

}

Here's some more background which should explain why I chose to do this:
I replace form components (eg. Textfield) with custom components (eg.
MyTextfield) to add a few things my application needs to them. The name
MyTextfield is a bit misleading here, because this is actually a subclass of
Panel, and it merely contains a Textfield as a child. Still I wanted to use
MyTextfield as a drop-in replacement, even when used in a form with a
CompoundPropertyModel. This is where things got a little tricky, because the
Textfield would end up trying to retrieve a property model matching its own
wicket:id, when the relevant wicket:id had now become that of MyTextfield.

Anyway I would have expected that wicket ensures the parent component model gets
initialized first, seeing how components generally query their parents when they
don't have a model of their own. And I'm still considering to report this as a
bug in Jira.

Cheers
 Edmund


Pedro Santos wrote:
 The child model's initModel() gets called first
 There are no especial ordering programing to initModels calls. Basically
 they are called by
 
 public final IModel? getDefaultModel()
 {
 IModel? model = getModelImpl();
 // If model is null
 if (model == null)
 {
 // give subclass a chance to lazy-init model
 model = initModel();
 setModelImpl(model);
 }
 
 return model;
 }
 What about your custom component gain an model that implements
 IComponentInheritedModel and assign his children default models with the
 desired logic? On IComponentInheritedModel you can access your custom
 component parent model, and if you use getDefaultModel method, you don't
 need to care with initialization ordering too...
 
 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 9:51 AM, Edmund Urbani e...@liland.org wrote:
 
 Hi,

 I was just trying to create a component of my own which - in some of my
 pages -
 is created without a model. In the initModel() method I would then call
 super.initModel() and wrap the resulting model for use in a child
 component. The
 problem is the initialization order:

 The child model's initModel() gets called first, the parent (my custom
 component) does not yet have a model (getModelImpl() returns null) so it
 goes up
 farther in the component hierarchy and retrieves a wrong model.

 Looking at the Component source code (Wicket 1.4.1) I see a commented out
 line
 where initModel() used to to call the parent getModel() instead of
 getModelImpl(). There's also a comment explaining that doing so would
 initialize many inbetween completely useless models. Well, not so useless
 for
 what I am trying to do I guess.

 So, from my perspective this looks like a bug that causes necessary
 initialization to be bypassed. Obviously though it was done like that on
 purpose, so I decided to put the issue up here instead of filing a bug
 report.

 Has anyone else run into similar issues?
 Would it really be so bad to just call getModel()?

 Cheers
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Re: Component initModel() order (design issue?)

2009-09-30 Thread Igor Vaynberg
why not

class mytextefield extends panel {
  public mytextfield {
   add(new textfield() { initmodel() { return
mytextfield.this.getdefaultmodel(); }});
   }
}

since this is essentially what you want to do - have textfield use the
same model as the panel.

-igor

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 9:47 AM, Edmund Urbani e...@liland.org wrote:
 You're right, getDefaultModel ensures initialization. I should have suggested
 that instead of getModel (which is not available in the component class 
 anymore
 in 1.4.x).

 However, I did not want to override the initModel() method (and copy most of 
 its
 code) just for that. So now I solved it by creating a new wrap model, which I
 pass to the child component and which wraps around the 
 parent.getDefaultModel().

 public class ComponentWrapModelT implements IWrapModelT {
        private Component component;
        public ComponentWrapModel(Component component) { // component = parent
                this.component=component;
        }

       �...@override
        public IModel? getWrappedModel() {
                return component.getDefaultModel();
        }
 
 }

 Here's some more background which should explain why I chose to do this:
 I replace form components (eg. Textfield) with custom components (eg.
 MyTextfield) to add a few things my application needs to them. The name
 MyTextfield is a bit misleading here, because this is actually a subclass of
 Panel, and it merely contains a Textfield as a child. Still I wanted to use
 MyTextfield as a drop-in replacement, even when used in a form with a
 CompoundPropertyModel. This is where things got a little tricky, because the
 Textfield would end up trying to retrieve a property model matching its own
 wicket:id, when the relevant wicket:id had now become that of MyTextfield.

 Anyway I would have expected that wicket ensures the parent component model 
 gets
 initialized first, seeing how components generally query their parents when 
 they
 don't have a model of their own. And I'm still considering to report this as a
 bug in Jira.

 Cheers
  Edmund


 Pedro Santos wrote:
 The child model's initModel() gets called first
 There are no especial ordering programing to initModels calls. Basically
 they are called by

     public final IModel? getDefaultModel()
     {
         IModel? model = getModelImpl();
         // If model is null
         if (model == null)
         {
             // give subclass a chance to lazy-init model
             model = initModel();
             setModelImpl(model);
         }

         return model;
     }
 What about your custom component gain an model that implements
 IComponentInheritedModel and assign his children default models with the
 desired logic? On IComponentInheritedModel you can access your custom
 component parent model, and if you use getDefaultModel method, you don't
 need to care with initialization ordering too...

 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 9:51 AM, Edmund Urbani e...@liland.org wrote:

 Hi,

 I was just trying to create a component of my own which - in some of my
 pages -
 is created without a model. In the initModel() method I would then call
 super.initModel() and wrap the resulting model for use in a child
 component. The
 problem is the initialization order:

 The child model's initModel() gets called first, the parent (my custom
 component) does not yet have a model (getModelImpl() returns null) so it
 goes up
 farther in the component hierarchy and retrieves a wrong model.

 Looking at the Component source code (Wicket 1.4.1) I see a commented out
 line
 where initModel() used to to call the parent getModel() instead of
 getModelImpl(). There's also a comment explaining that doing so would
 initialize many inbetween completely useless models. Well, not so useless
 for
 what I am trying to do I guess.

 So, from my perspective this looks like a bug that causes necessary
 initialization to be bypassed. Obviously though it was done like that on
 purpose, so I decided to put the issue up here instead of filing a bug
 report.

 Has anyone else run into similar issues?
 Would it really be so bad to just call getModel()?

 Cheers
  Edmund



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Re: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

2009-09-30 Thread Per Newgro
Only a shot in the dark, but is 
typeBox.setOutputMarkupPlaceholderTag(true) helping? You could use it 
instead of
setOutputMarkupId(true), because its done there to. Otherwise i would 
have to create a testcase for this situation.


There are different places to get informations:
- search this list
- read the wiki
- check the examples
- read a wicket book (many good out there)
It's all explained on the website. Or do you expect them elsewhere?

Cheers
Per

I did not override the method.I just did and it is still not
working.  Here is what I have:

Also, where would one find this type of information.  I don't think the
online example show it and blindly guessing methods to look at in
javadoc doesn't seem efficient.

HTML:
tr
tdwicket:message key=userTypeType of
User:/wicket:message/td
td
span wicket:id=accountType
input type=radio /option 1
/span
/td
/tr
tr
td/td
tdspan wicket:id=typeBoxThe type
box/span/td
/tr

Code:
// Account Type sub box
final WebMarkupContainer typeBox = new
WebMarkupContainer(typeBox) {

/* (non-Javadoc)
 * @see
org.apache.wicket.Component#callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible()
 */
@Override
protected boolean
callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible() {
return true;
}

};
typeBox.setVisible(false);
typeBox.setOutputMarkupId(true);
add(typeBox);

// Account Type Select
List accountTypes = accountTypeDao.findAll();
ChoiceRenderer accountTypeChoiceRenderer = new
ChoiceRenderer(name, code);
RadioChoice accountTypeRadio = new
RadioChoice(accountType, accountTypes, accountTypeChoiceRenderer);
//accountTypeRadio.setRequired(true);
// add the on click to the radio button
accountTypeRadio.add(new
AjaxFormChoiceComponentUpdatingBehavior () { 
	private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L; 

	@Override 
	protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) { 
		RadioChoice choice = (RadioChoice)

getComponent();
choice.updateModel();

if (((AccountType)
choice.getModelObject()).getCode().equalsIgnoreCase(REP)) {
typeBox.setVisible(true);
} else {
typeBox.setVisible(false);  
}
target.addComponent(typeBox);
	} 
	}); 			


add(accountTypeRadio);


-Original Message-
From: Per Newgro [mailto:per.new...@gmx.ch] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 2:17 AM

To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

Hey Jeff,

did you override this?


/**
 * Override this method if you want onBeforeRender to be called even

when your component is not
 * visible. default this returns false.
 *
 * @return boolean, if true then onBeforeRender is called even for 
none visible components,

 * default false.
 *
 * @see Component#onBeforeRender()
 */
protected boolean callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible()
{
return false;
}

If you add a visible and an invisible panel you have to override this on

the invisible one.

hth
Cheers
Per
  

I want to create a list of radio buttons [I have that working] and an
ajax event to fire whenever a radio button is clicked [I have this
working].  If the radio button matches the one I am interested in then


I
  

want to display additional information that must be filled in.  A


radio
  

button selection is required.

 


I cannot get the additional information to display when I add the
component back to the target.  I think it is because the additional
information is originally set to not visible so the output markup id


is
  

not written out.  How would I go about doing this?  It seems pretty
standard.  Do I need to use panels and swap the appropriate panel [1 -
empty panel, 2 - panel with additional info] into the target when
needed?  That seems like a lot of code to do something fairly simple.

 

My code is below. 

 


Thanks.

 


Jeff

 


=

 


HTML:

  tr

 

Re: Wicket in Italy

2009-09-30 Thread Daniele Dellafiore
On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 7:49 PM, Giovanni pino_o...@yahoo.com wrote:
 Hi,

 are there any Wicketers living in Turin, Italy?

Hi, Milano :)


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Re: 1 EAR, 2 WARs causes Spring Context Problem

2009-09-30 Thread Martin Sachs
Hi, you have to user a classloader per Webapp, so the InjectorHolder has
for each webapp the correct Springcontext. (injectorholder uses a static
variable)

martin

Steve Hiller schrieb:
 Hi All,

 I'm not sure if this is a Wicket, Spring or WebSphere issue or some 
 combination of the 3.

 General Setup:
 WebSphere 6.1, wicket 1.3.7, Spring 2.5.6

 Specific Setup:
 1 EAR contains 2 WARs, call them WAR1 and WAR2.
 Each WAR uses the Wicket  Spring frameworks.
 The EAR is deployed to WebSphere -- each WAR's deployment descriptor
 uses the WicketServlet and SpringContextLoaderServlet to control their 
 respective frameworks
 (see 
 http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/websphere.html#Websphere-WicketServletratherthanWicketFilter)
 Each WAR holds its Spring application configuration file 
 (applicationContext.xml) under its WEB-INF directory.
 Each applicationContext.xml file wires up a service bean.
 The service beans are for two completely different classes, call them 
 Service1 (in WAR1) and Service2 (in WAR2).

 Problem:
 If I run the WAR1 web application first, then it successfully uses its 
 Service1 bean.
 But, if I then run the WAR2 web application, it cannot find its Service2 bean.
 This also happens in reverse order. That is, if I run the WAR2 web 
 application first, then it
 successfully uses its Service2 bean, but then running the WAR1 application 
 fails to find
 its Service1 bean. The failure exception is like:

   java.lang.IllegalStateException: bean of type [war1.Service1] not found
 at 
 org.apache.wicket.spring.SpringBeanLocator.getBeanNameOfClass(SpringBeanLocator.java:107)
 at 
 org.apache.wicket.spring.SpringBeanLocator.getBeanName(SpringBeanLocator.java:192)
 at 
 org.apache.wicket.spring.SpringBeanLocator.isSingletonBean(SpringBeanLocator.java:133)
 at 
 org.apache.wicket.spring.injection.annot.AnnotProxyFieldValueFactory.getFieldValue(AnnotProxyFieldValueFactory.java:90)
 at org.apache.wicket.injection.Injector.inject(Injector.java:108)
 at 
 org.apache.wicket.injection.ConfigurableInjector.inject(ConfigurableInjector.java:39)
 
 Has anyone come across this issue before?

 Thanks,
 Steve

   


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Re: AjaxPagingNavigation

2009-09-30 Thread Douglas Ferguson
That's my point.

If your url is getting replaced, then it isn't using ajax.
It is redrawing the page.

D/

On Sep 29, 2009, at 3:56 PM, Pedro Santos wrote:

 I'm using the AjaxPagingNavigation component and it works well, but  
 when I
 click on one of the links, my url  is replaced with

 /?wicket:interface=:3:4:::

 You refers to html A tag generated by navigations links. What you  
 got on
 onclick tag attribute on your rendered page?

 On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 9:57 PM, Douglas Ferguson 
 doug...@douglasferguson.us wrote:

 I'm using the AjaxPagingNavigation component and it works well, but  
 when I
 click on one of the links, my url  is replaced with

 /?wicket:interface=:3:4:::

 This is making me thing that the entire page is getting replaced  
 and not
 using ajax.

 Is is possible to get IPagingNavigationIncrementLink to use href=#
 instead of updating the url?

 D/




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Re: AjaxPagingNavigation

2009-09-30 Thread Pedro Santos
Ok, it is a bug. Could you send us some code? I'm curios to see the html
code generated to link on your page.

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:59 PM, Douglas Ferguson 
doug...@douglasferguson.us wrote:

 That's my point.

 If your url is getting replaced, then it isn't using ajax.
 It is redrawing the page.

 D/

 On Sep 29, 2009, at 3:56 PM, Pedro Santos wrote:

  I'm using the AjaxPagingNavigation component and it works well, but
  when I
  click on one of the links, my url  is replaced with
 
  /?wicket:interface=:3:4:::
 
  You refers to html A tag generated by navigations links. What you
  got on
  onclick tag attribute on your rendered page?
 
  On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 9:57 PM, Douglas Ferguson 
  doug...@douglasferguson.us wrote:
 
  I'm using the AjaxPagingNavigation component and it works well, but
  when I
  click on one of the links, my url  is replaced with
 
  /?wicket:interface=:3:4:::
 
  This is making me thing that the entire page is getting replaced
  and not
  using ajax.
 
  Is is possible to get IPagingNavigationIncrementLink to use href=#
  instead of updating the url?
 
  D/
 
 
 
 
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RE: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

2009-09-30 Thread Jeffrey Schneller
Adding the call to that method seemed to solve the problem.

The places you mentioned are the usual places to look for information.
However I searched the list, read the wiki, checked the examples, and
looked through some books.  I also tried to google what I was trying to
do.  

It just seemed like this was a pretty common thing to do and I would
have thought an answer would have been found much quicker.

Do you recommend any books in particular.  I have Wicket in Action and
have ordered Pro Wicket.  Are there other books that I should be
looking at?

Thanks.

Jeff




-Original Message-
From: Per Newgro [mailto:per.new...@gmx.ch] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 2:09 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

Only a shot in the dark, but is 
typeBox.setOutputMarkupPlaceholderTag(true) helping? You could use it 
instead of
setOutputMarkupId(true), because its done there to. Otherwise i would 
have to create a testcase for this situation.

There are different places to get informations:
- search this list
- read the wiki
- check the examples
- read a wicket book (many good out there)
It's all explained on the website. Or do you expect them elsewhere?

Cheers
Per
 I did not override the method.I just did and it is still not
 working.  Here is what I have:

 Also, where would one find this type of information.  I don't think
the
 online example show it and blindly guessing methods to look at in
 javadoc doesn't seem efficient.

 HTML:
   tr
   tdwicket:message key=userTypeType of
 User:/wicket:message/td
   td
   span wicket:id=accountType
   input type=radio /option 1
   /span
   /td
   /tr
   tr
   td/td
   tdspan wicket:id=typeBoxThe type
 box/span/td
   /tr

 Code:
   // Account Type sub box
   final WebMarkupContainer typeBox = new
 WebMarkupContainer(typeBox) {

   /* (non-Javadoc)
* @see
 org.apache.wicket.Component#callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible()
*/
   @Override
   protected boolean
 callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible() {
   return true;
   }
   
   };
   typeBox.setVisible(false);
   typeBox.setOutputMarkupId(true);
   add(typeBox);
   
   // Account Type Select
   List accountTypes = accountTypeDao.findAll();
   ChoiceRenderer accountTypeChoiceRenderer = new
 ChoiceRenderer(name, code);
   RadioChoice accountTypeRadio = new
 RadioChoice(accountType, accountTypes, accountTypeChoiceRenderer);
   //accountTypeRadio.setRequired(true);
   // add the on click to the radio button
   accountTypeRadio.add(new
 AjaxFormChoiceComponentUpdatingBehavior () { 
   private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L; 

   @Override 
   protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) { 
   RadioChoice choice = (RadioChoice)
 getComponent();
   choice.updateModel();
   
   if (((AccountType)
 choice.getModelObject()).getCode().equalsIgnoreCase(REP)) {
   typeBox.setVisible(true);
   } else {
   typeBox.setVisible(false);  
   }
   target.addComponent(typeBox);
   } 
   }); 

   add(accountTypeRadio);


 -Original Message-
 From: Per Newgro [mailto:per.new...@gmx.ch] 
 Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 2:17 AM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

 Hey Jeff,

 did you override this?


 /**
  * Override this method if you want onBeforeRender to be called
even

 when your component is not
  * visible. default this returns false.
  *
  * @return boolean, if true then onBeforeRender is called even for

 none visible components,
  * default false.
  *
  * @see Component#onBeforeRender()
  */
 protected boolean callOnBeforeRenderIfNotVisible()
 {
 return false;
 }

 If you add a visible and an invisible panel you have to override this
on

 the invisible one.

 hth
 Cheers
 Per
   
 I want to create a list of radio buttons [I have that working] and an
 ajax event to fire 

Re: RadioChoice and Ajax to display a panel of dropdowns

2009-09-30 Thread Per Newgro

The books you mentioned are the places to look at.

If i google wicket component not visible the third entry brings up the 
solution.
And in the list this question was answered quite often. But it surely 
depends on

search phrase. But now it's answered again.

At least here you will get almost ever an answer.

Cheers
Per

Adding the call to that method seemed to solve the problem.

The places you mentioned are the usual places to look for information.
However I searched the list, read the wiki, checked the examples, and
looked through some books.  I also tried to google what I was trying to
do.  


It just seemed like this was a pretty common thing to do and I would
have thought an answer would have been found much quicker.

Do you recommend any books in particular.  I have Wicket in Action and
have ordered Pro Wicket.  Are there other books that I should be
looking at?

Thanks.

Jeff
  



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Bookmarkable link to parent frame from a Modal window?

2009-09-30 Thread Ryan McKinley
Hi-

How do I make a bookmarkable link to the parent window from a Modal
window?  I added a bookmarkable link and a target=_top, this
functionally works good, but it adds a pagemap parameter to the URL:

http://localhost:8080/my/page/wicket:pageMapName/modal-dialog-pagemap

How can I remove the page map name?  It looks like I could set the
IPageMap on the BookmarkablePageLink, but from within the modal window
(iframe), how do I get access to this?

thanks for any pointers

ryan

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Re: Default implementation of IChainingModel

2009-09-30 Thread Scott Swank
I searched the JIRA for IChainingModel and didn't get any hits.  Did
anyone create a JIRA issue?  Here's an implementation of mine.

public class BaseChainingModel implements IChainingModel {
private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
private Object target;

public BaseChainingModel(Object modelObject) {
if (modelObject == null) {
throw new IllegalArgumentException(Parameter 
modelObject cannot be null);
}
else {
target = modelObject;
}
}

@Override
public void detach() {
if (target instanceof IDetachable)
((IDetachable) target).detach();
}

@Override
public IModel getChainedModel() {
if (target instanceof IModel)
return (IModel) target;
else
return null;
}

@Override
public void setChainedModel(IModel model) {
target = model;
}

@Override
public Object getObject() {
Object object = target;
while (object instanceof IModel) {
Object tmp = ((IModel) object).getObject();
if (tmp == object) {
break; // pathological
}
object = tmp;
}
return object;
}

@Override
public void setObject(Object obj)   {
if (target instanceof IModel)
((IModel) target).setObject(obj);
else if (obj == null || obj instanceof Serializable)
target = obj;
else
throw new WicketRuntimeException(Model object must be 
Serializable);
}

}

Scott


On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 2:53 PM, Jeremy Thomerson
jer...@wickettraining.com wrote:
 I think that's a good idea - I have done a similar thing in my own
 projects.  Please open a JIRA so this idea doesn't get lost, but this is one
 I may try to do soon.

 --
 Jeremy Thomerson
 http://www.wickettraining.com



 On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 4:36 PM, Juan G. Arias juangar...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi all,First of all, I'm using wicket 1.3.5

 I'm writing a model and ai need it to be chaineable. I mean, I need this
 model to contain another model, so my model can obtain the data, for
 example, from a property model.
 Ok, I've been reading and this is solved by the IChainingModel.

 But I couldn't find any default implementation of this interface.
 There are two classes currently implementing this interface,
 AbstractPropertyModel and CompoundPropertyModel.
 Both classes has some code duplicated, specifically:
 - void detach()
 - IModel getChainedModel()
 - void setChainedModel(IModel model)
 - some lines of void setObject(Object object)
 - the code in CompuntPropertyModel#getObject() and
 AbstarctPropertyModel#getTarget() is different, but the logic is the same.

 And I'm afraid my code will be the same as those classes.

 So, finally, my point.
 Is there any default implementation of this behavior? Is there a chance to
 add a super-class with this code?

 Thanks!
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Re: Default implementation of IChainingModel

2009-09-30 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
I don't think one was ever created and it fell off my radar.  If you create
one, can you post yours and post a link to it back on this thread?

Thanks!

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http://www.wickettraining.com



On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:45 PM, Scott Swank scott.sw...@gmail.com wrote:

 I searched the JIRA for IChainingModel and didn't get any hits.  Did
 anyone create a JIRA issue?  Here's an implementation of mine.

 public class BaseChainingModel implements IChainingModel {
private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
private Object target;

public BaseChainingModel(Object modelObject) {
if (modelObject == null) {
throw new IllegalArgumentException(Parameter
 modelObject cannot be null);
}
else {
target = modelObject;
}
}

@Override
public void detach() {
if (target instanceof IDetachable)
((IDetachable) target).detach();
}

@Override
public IModel getChainedModel() {
if (target instanceof IModel)
return (IModel) target;
else
return null;
}

@Override
public void setChainedModel(IModel model) {
target = model;
}

@Override
public Object getObject() {
Object object = target;
while (object instanceof IModel) {
Object tmp = ((IModel) object).getObject();
if (tmp == object) {
break; // pathological
}
object = tmp;
}
return object;
}

@Override
public void setObject(Object obj)   {
if (target instanceof IModel)
((IModel) target).setObject(obj);
else if (obj == null || obj instanceof Serializable)
target = obj;
else
throw new WicketRuntimeException(Model object must
 be Serializable);
}

 }

 Scott


 On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 2:53 PM, Jeremy Thomerson
 jer...@wickettraining.com wrote:
  I think that's a good idea - I have done a similar thing in my own
  projects.  Please open a JIRA so this idea doesn't get lost, but this is
 one
  I may try to do soon.
 
  --
  Jeremy Thomerson
  http://www.wickettraining.com
 
 
 
  On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 4:36 PM, Juan G. Arias juangar...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
  Hi all,First of all, I'm using wicket 1.3.5
 
  I'm writing a model and ai need it to be chaineable. I mean, I need
 this
  model to contain another model, so my model can obtain the data, for
  example, from a property model.
  Ok, I've been reading and this is solved by the IChainingModel.
 
  But I couldn't find any default implementation of this interface.
  There are two classes currently implementing this interface,
  AbstractPropertyModel and CompoundPropertyModel.
  Both classes has some code duplicated, specifically:
  - void detach()
  - IModel getChainedModel()
  - void setChainedModel(IModel model)
  - some lines of void setObject(Object object)
  - the code in CompuntPropertyModel#getObject() and
  AbstarctPropertyModel#getTarget() is different, but the logic is the
 same.
 
  And I'm afraid my code will be the same as those classes.
 
  So, finally, my point.
  Is there any default implementation of this behavior? Is there a chance
 to
  add a super-class with this code?
 
  Thanks!
  Juan Arias
 
 

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Re: Default implementation of IChainingModel

2009-09-30 Thread Scott Swank
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-2498

We're still on Wicket 1.3.5, so I put in a 1 hour estimate for someone
to add generic typing.

Scott


On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:58 PM, Jeremy Thomerson
jer...@wickettraining.com wrote:
 I don't think one was ever created and it fell off my radar.  If you create
 one, can you post yours and post a link to it back on this thread?

 Thanks!

 --
 Jeremy Thomerson
 http://www.wickettraining.com



 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 4:45 PM, Scott Swank scott.sw...@gmail.com wrote:

 I searched the JIRA for IChainingModel and didn't get any hits.  Did
 anyone create a JIRA issue?  Here's an implementation of mine.

 public class BaseChainingModel implements IChainingModel {
        private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
        private Object target;

        public BaseChainingModel(Object modelObject) {
                if (modelObject == null) {
                        throw new IllegalArgumentException(Parameter
 modelObject cannot be null);
                }
                else {
                        target = modelObject;
                }
        }

       �...@override
        public void detach() {
                if (target instanceof IDetachable)
                        ((IDetachable) target).detach();
        }

       �...@override
        public IModel getChainedModel() {
                if (target instanceof IModel)
                        return (IModel) target;
                else
                        return null;
        }

       �...@override
        public void setChainedModel(IModel model) {
                target = model;
        }

       �...@override
        public Object getObject() {
                Object object = target;
                while (object instanceof IModel) {
                        Object tmp = ((IModel) object).getObject();
                        if (tmp == object) {
                                break; // pathological
                        }
                        object = tmp;
                }
                return object;
        }

       �...@override
        public void setObject(Object obj)       {
                if (target instanceof IModel)
                        ((IModel) target).setObject(obj);
                else if (obj == null || obj instanceof Serializable)
                        target = obj;
                else
                        throw new WicketRuntimeException(Model object must
 be Serializable);
        }

 }

 Scott


 On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 2:53 PM, Jeremy Thomerson
 jer...@wickettraining.com wrote:
  I think that's a good idea - I have done a similar thing in my own
  projects.  Please open a JIRA so this idea doesn't get lost, but this is
 one
  I may try to do soon.
 
  --
  Jeremy Thomerson
  http://www.wickettraining.com
 
 
 
  On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 4:36 PM, Juan G. Arias juangar...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
  Hi all,First of all, I'm using wicket 1.3.5
 
  I'm writing a model and ai need it to be chaineable. I mean, I need
 this
  model to contain another model, so my model can obtain the data, for
  example, from a property model.
  Ok, I've been reading and this is solved by the IChainingModel.
 
  But I couldn't find any default implementation of this interface.
  There are two classes currently implementing this interface,
  AbstractPropertyModel and CompoundPropertyModel.
  Both classes has some code duplicated, specifically:
  - void detach()
  - IModel getChainedModel()
  - void setChainedModel(IModel model)
  - some lines of void setObject(Object object)
  - the code in CompuntPropertyModel#getObject() and
  AbstarctPropertyModel#getTarget() is different, but the logic is the
 same.
 
  And I'm afraid my code will be the same as those classes.
 
  So, finally, my point.
  Is there any default implementation of this behavior? Is there a chance
 to
  add a super-class with this code?
 
  Thanks!
  Juan Arias
 
 

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Re: Complicated workflows

2009-09-30 Thread Randy S.
We are also trying to find the right balance of how much we move to
declarative. It will depend on how well we get Web Flow to fit in.  With
Wicket being Controller-less and wanting to launch right into the home
page, Web Flow is a clear candidate to do initial data load and logic to
determine the first page. With Wicket out of the box, it seems that the
app's home page would need to have this conditional logic which could
include different panels or redirect depending on state. But that doesn't
seem very elegant. Also, because we run in very large clusters, redirects
are out of the question due to the potential that the second request hits a
different server before HTTP session has been properly persisted/shared.


On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 1:51 AM, Phil Housley undeconstruc...@gmail.comwrote:

 2009/9/30 Randy S. randypo...@gmail.com:
  Have you thought about using Spring Web Flow for this? I'm not a SWF
 expert,
  but it sounds like something well-tailored to your needs. For example, a
  flow can have steps that don't have UIs.
 
  Our group at work is looking into Wicket  SWF integration. I have a seen
 a
  few comments on the web from folks like Peter Thomas who conclude that
 you
  don't need to use SWF with Wicket. We need to externalize the flow of
 some
  applications so we have discussed shallow integration (where, for
 example, a
  button.onClick explicitly calls SWF to determine what to do next), as
 well
  as deep(er) integration (perhaps at the RequestCycleProcessor. At the
  moment, we are leaning toward the shallow/lightweight integration which
  gives lots of flexibility to each application to respond to a flow's
  response in different ways (show a new page, update components via Ajax,
  redirect to another URL, etc.).
 
  In case anyone is interested, reasons we need to externalize flow on some
  apps are things like: Complex business rules, business unit authoring of
  flow (via a controlled UI), and delegation to a business process manager
  layer.

 Actually, I hadn't realised that WebFlow wasn't limited to Spring MVC.
  Looking at it now, I am doing something fairly similar, so I probably
 ought to take a longer look...

 The reasons I started on this thing with code rather than going
 totally declarative is that my current experience is that there will
 be sufficient corner cases to make it necessary to regularly subclass
 actions or panels for a particular instance.  Where that isn't
 required, I was thinking that a Spring context file would provide a
 nice declarative way of configuring everything, with prototype scope
 beans etc being well fitted to creating tasks.

 Despite all that, I don't particularly want a hard dependency on
 anything other than Wicket, so plain Java first, other things
 hopefully on top.

 Phil

  On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 4:11 PM, Phil Housley undeconstruc...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
  Hello list,
 
  I'm currently working on some ideas for building apps with fairly
  complex workflows.  My aim is to find a nice pattern/framework for
  building apps where each unit of work involves many panels, several
  forms, lots of decisions and so on.  In particular I'm aiming at apps
  where you need to be very confident about exactly what is happening,
  so very strict control of actions, being careful of multiple
  renderings of a page each trying to change the server data, and so on.
   Also, I'm wondering about some options for declarative building of
  workflows out of existing tasks.
 
  My current design involves running from a special page, which
  maintains a stack of tasks.  One type of task is a Workflow, which can
  be configured to automatically spawn subtasks as required, based on
  the result of previous tasks.  Another type of task is based on a
  panel, and is able to cause itself to be rendered.  The stack
  processor makes sure that each task is invoked at the right time, that
  a task can render if it is at the top of the stack, that only the top
  of the stack can be invoked from a form and so on.
 
  This is working ok for some silly demo cases, but there are various
  issues.  For example, any task that is not also a component cannot
  access dependency injection, or set error messages and so on.  I'm not
  sure how to get around this at the moment, as I don't want to force
  every task to be a component, when many will likely have no cause to
  ever be rendered.
 
  So, the reason I'm posting is to ask mainly two things:
 
  1) Is this of interest to anyone else?  All the code is my own, so
  I'll open source it if there seems to be some future in it.
 
  2) If so, does anyone have any comments on my current design?  Clearly
  there are problems with it, but should I carry on trying to find ways
  to work around them, or does the whole thing sounds like so much
  crack?
 
  Thanks,
 
  --
  Phil Housley

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Re: AjaxPagingNavigation

2009-09-30 Thread Douglas Ferguson
Well.. I have a class that overrides AjaxPagingNavigation

I just add that to my page.

Class  markup below:

 public class BSPagingNavigator extends AjaxPagingNavigator {

 private static final long serialVersionUID = -1l;

 IPageable pageable;

   public BSPagingNavigator(String id, IPageable pageable,  
 IPagingLabelProvider labelProvider) {
   super(id, pageable, labelProvider);
   this.pageable = pageable;
   setOutputMarkupPlaceholderTag(true);
   }

   public BSPagingNavigator(String id, IPageable pageable) {
   this(id, pageable, null);
   }

   protected PagingNavigation newNavigation(final IPageable pageable,  
 final IPagingLabelProvider labelProvider) {
   return new PagingNavigation(navigation, pageable, 
 labelProvider) {
   private static final long serialVersionUID = -1l;
   
   {
   setViewSize(6);
   // setMargin(0);
   setSeparator(|);
   }

   };
   }

   @Override
   protected void onBeforeRender() {
   super.onBeforeRender();
   setVisible(getPageable().getPageCount()  1);
   boolean hideControls = pageable.getPageCount()  10;
   boolean onLastPage = pageable.getPageCount() ==  
 pageable.getCurrentPage();
   boolean onFirstPage = pageable.getCurrentPage() == 0;
   get(last).setVisible(!hideControls  !onLastPage);
   get(prev).setVisible(!hideControls);
   get(next).setVisible(!hideControls);
   get(first).setVisible(!hideControls  !onFirstPage);
   
   }

 }



markup

 wicket:panel
   div class=font-xsmall
   span class=font-xsmall wicket:id=firstemlt;lt;/em/ 
 spannbsp;
   a href=# class=font-xsmall prev wicket:id=prevprev/a
 span class=font-xsmall wicket:id=navigation
 a href=# class=font-xsmall wicket:id=pageLinkspan  
 class=pagin-number wicket:id=pageNumber1/span/a
 /span
 a href=# class=font-xsmall next wicket:id=nextnext/ 
 anbsp;
 a href=#  class=font-xsmall wicket:id=lastgt;gt;/a
 /div
  /wicket:panel



On Sep 30, 2009, at 2:07 PM, Pedro Santos wrote:

 Ok, it is a bug. Could you send us some code? I'm curios to see the  
 html
 code generated to link on your page.

 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:59 PM, Douglas Ferguson 
 doug...@douglasferguson.us wrote:

 That's my point.

 If your url is getting replaced, then it isn't using ajax.
 It is redrawing the page.

 D/

 On Sep 29, 2009, at 3:56 PM, Pedro Santos wrote:

 I'm using the AjaxPagingNavigation component and it works well, but
 when I
 click on one of the links, my url  is replaced with

 /?wicket:interface=:3:4:::

 You refers to html A tag generated by navigations links. What you
 got on
 onclick tag attribute on your rendered page?

 On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 9:57 PM, Douglas Ferguson 
 doug...@douglasferguson.us wrote:

 I'm using the AjaxPagingNavigation component and it works well, but
 when I
 click on one of the links, my url  is replaced with

 /?wicket:interface=:3:4:::

 This is making me thing that the entire page is getting replaced
 and not
 using ajax.

 Is is possible to get IPagingNavigationIncrementLink to use  
 href=#
 instead of updating the url?

 D/




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Re: AjaxPagingNavigation

2009-09-30 Thread Douglas Ferguson
I just realized that this might be what you wanted to know..

a class=font-xsmall title=Go to page 2 wicket:id=pageLink  
href=?wicket:interface=:3:pagination:navigation: 
1:pageLink::ILinkListener::
span class=pagin-number wicket:id=pageNumber2/span
/a


On Sep 30, 2009, at 2:07 PM, Pedro Santos wrote:

 Ok, it is a bug. Could you send us some code? I'm curios to see the  
 html
 code generated to link on your page.

 On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:59 PM, Douglas Ferguson 
 doug...@douglasferguson.us wrote:

 That's my point.

 If your url is getting replaced, then it isn't using ajax.
 It is redrawing the page.

 D/

 On Sep 29, 2009, at 3:56 PM, Pedro Santos wrote:

 I'm using the AjaxPagingNavigation component and it works well, but
 when I
 click on one of the links, my url  is replaced with

 /?wicket:interface=:3:4:::

 You refers to html A tag generated by navigations links. What you
 got on
 onclick tag attribute on your rendered page?

 On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 9:57 PM, Douglas Ferguson 
 doug...@douglasferguson.us wrote:

 I'm using the AjaxPagingNavigation component and it works well, but
 when I
 click on one of the links, my url  is replaced with

 /?wicket:interface=:3:4:::

 This is making me thing that the entire page is getting replaced
 and not
 using ajax.

 Is is possible to get IPagingNavigationIncrementLink to use  
 href=#
 instead of updating the url?

 D/




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is it possible to somehow create a url to return the contents of a panel

2009-09-30 Thread Joe Hudson
Hi - hopefully I can explain this clearly...

I understand that I can use the AjaxEventBehavior to refresh the contents of 
any components that I have on the screen or add new components.

I am trying to use a tooltip to display additional details for grid data.  I 
plan to use a tooltip library which supports retrieving content via an ajax 
call.  The question is: how (or is it possible at all) can I take a Panel and 
get a url that would return the contents of that Panel.  I'm probably not 
explaining this well so, here is an example:

AbstractLink link = createLink(IModel rowModel);

Private AbstractLink createLink(IModel rowModel) {
// I need to return a URL which would contain the contents of 
the additional details panel
// for this particular row in the grid

// the tooltip library will use the href attribute of this link 
to dynamically retrieve the contents of the tooltip when displayed
}

Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

Joe


Re: is it possible to somehow create a url to return the contents of a panel

2009-09-30 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
search this list for how to generate emails with wicket.  there are a bunch
of posts of that sort.  that will teach you how to render a component to a
string.  this could be used to return the contents.

--
Jeremy Thomerson
http://www.wickettraining.com



On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 8:10 PM, Joe Hudson joe.hud...@clear2pay.comwrote:

 Hi - hopefully I can explain this clearly...

 I understand that I can use the AjaxEventBehavior to refresh the contents
 of any components that I have on the screen or add new components.

 I am trying to use a tooltip to display additional details for grid data.
  I plan to use a tooltip library which supports retrieving content via an
 ajax call.  The question is: how (or is it possible at all) can I take a
 Panel and get a url that would return the contents of that Panel.  I'm
 probably not explaining this well so, here is an example:

 AbstractLink link = createLink(IModel rowModel);

 Private AbstractLink createLink(IModel rowModel) {
// I need to return a URL which would contain the contents
 of the additional details panel
// for this particular row in the grid

// the tooltip library will use the href attribute of this
 link to dynamically retrieve the contents of the tooltip when displayed
 }

 Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

 Joe



RE: Complicated workflows

2009-09-30 Thread Chris Colman
 Also, because we run in very large clusters, redirects
 are out of the question due to the potential that the second request
hits
 a different server before HTTP session has been properly
persisted/shared.

Can't you set up server affinity for the cluster to avoid that from
occurring?

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Re: RE: Complicated workflows

2009-09-30 Thread Randy S.
We use server affinity but you can't guarantee same server and I can't go in
with a 100% plan. We have had funny routing in some cases where requests
from the same user even bounce from one data center to another... and back.
We've done a lot of work to prevent these things but in the end it's never
guaranteed.

On the other hand, the chances of two back-to-back requests (as in the case
of a redirect) being routed to the same node are extremely high.

On Sep 30, 2009 9:58 PM, Chris Colman chr...@stepaheadsoftware.com
wrote:

 Also, because we run in very large clusters, redirects  are out of the
question due to the potent...
Can't you set up server affinity for the cluster to avoid that from
occurring?

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