Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-20 Thread Sam Stainsby
On Sat, 19 Dec 2009 18:12:48 -0800, shetc wrote:

 Finland, Finland, Finland
 The country where I quite want to be!

^^^ Not the best job application I've seen :-)


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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-20 Thread chinedu efoagui
hello,
I am very interested.
please contact me
chinedub...@gmail.com

thank you
On 12/19/09, Martin Makundi martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:
 Hi!

 We are looking for talented individuals to work with us on our online
 products.

 Development tools include:
 * java + wicket
 * m2eclipse, eclipse ide
 * jpa + hibernate
 * javascript + jquery

 Contact me for more information if you are interested.

 **
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Logging configuration trouble

2009-12-20 Thread Martin Zardecki
Hi list, I'm using Java Utils Logging along with Wicket and I have a 
log.properties which I read in the WicketApplication init method as follows:

java.util.logging.LogManager.getLogManager().readConfiguration(input);

I confirm that my log.properties is read in correctly using a debugger.

---
My log.properties file is as follows:

# Specify the handlers to create in the root logger
# (all loggers are children of the root logger)
# The following creates two handlers
handlers = java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler, java.util.logging.FileHandler

# Set the default logging level for the root logger
.level = WARNING

# Set the default logging level for new ConsoleHandler instances
java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level = ALL
java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.formatter = java.util.logging.SimpleFormatter

# Set the default logging level for new FileHandler instances
java.util.logging.FileHandler.level = ALL
java.util.logging.FileHandler.pattern = %h/stagetwo.log
java.util.logging.FileHandler.limit = 5
java.util.logging.FileHandler.count = 1
java.util.logging.FileHandler.formatter = java.util.logging.SimpleFormatter

# Set the default logging level for the logger named com.truecool
com.truecool.stagetwo.level = WARNING

org.apache.wicket.level = WARNING
org.apache.wicket.markup.resolver.WicketMessageResolver.level = SEVERE

# Hibernate Logging options
#logger.org.hibernate=info
org.hibernate.level = WARNING
---

For whatever reason I'm still getting all the WicketMessageResolver warnings in 
my logs.

Any suggestions on how to get rid of the WicketMessageResolver warnings?

Thanks,

Martin Zardecki


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Re: Java Wicket Job Opportunity, Finland

2009-12-20 Thread Pedro Santos
Hi Martin, I'm Interested in an international professional experience. That
position for a short duration? If so, give me some information about,
thank you

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martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:

 Hi!

 We are looking for talented individuals to work with us on our online
 products.

 Development tools include:
 * java + wicket
 * m2eclipse, eclipse ide
 * jpa + hibernate
 * javascript + jquery

 Contact me for more information if you are interested.

 **
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Pedro Henrique Oliveira dos Santos


ObjectAutoCompleteField and specifying the fields from the object to use

2009-12-20 Thread Steve Swinsburg
Hi,

I am using ObjectAutoCompleteField from WicketStuff and it looks like what I 
need for my scenario:

I have an object list with a bunch of fields and when the user searches, it 
needs to match on a certain field and display the list of matches. The examples 
do this with a Car object with an Integer field for the ID and a String for the 
car name.

However, there seems to be no way to tell it *what* fields to use in the 
supplied object. You can only give the component the Type of fields to look up, 
and it gets the field to use by reflection. This assumes only one field in that 
object will be of that Type.

ie

How could I make it would with a list of these objects:

class Person {

String userId;
String displayName;
...

}

Giving the ObjectAutoCompleteField the types Person,String won't work, it 
won't know what field to use.


ListPerson persons = getPersons();

ObjectAutoCompleteBuilderPerson,String builder = new 
ObjectAutoCompleteBuilderPerson,String(
new AutoCompletionChoicesProviderUser() {
public IteratorPerson getChoices(String input) {
ListPerson subSet = getPersonSubSet(persons, 
input);
return subSet.iterator();
}
}
);
ObjectAutoCompleteField toField = builder.build(toField, new ModelString());
form.add(toField);


Any ideas?

thanks,
Steve

[announce] wicket 1.4.5 released

2009-12-20 Thread Igor Vaynberg
The Apache Wicket project is proud to announce the fifth maintenance
release of Apache Wicket 1.4.

Download Apache Wicket 1.4.5
--
You can download the release here:
http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/wicket/1.4.5

Or use this in your Maven pom's to upgrade to the new version:

dependency
 groupIdorg.apache.wicket/groupId
 artifactIdwicket/artifactId
 version1.4.5/version
/dependency

Changes
-
A complete list of changes can be found here:
https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?reset=truemode=hidesorter/order=DESCsorter/field=prioritypid=12310561fixfor=12314441

We thank you for your patience and support.

-The Wicket Team

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Re: ObjectAutoCompleteField and specifying the fields from the object to use

2009-12-20 Thread Steve Swinsburg
Nevermind. I ended up going with this approach where I could separate the 
values:

http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/autocomplete-using-a-wicket-model.html

I will add my code snippet to the page.

cheers,
Steve

On 21/12/2009, at 11:57 AM, Steve Swinsburg wrote:

 Hi,
 
 I am using ObjectAutoCompleteField from WicketStuff and it looks like what I 
 need for my scenario:
 
 I have an object list with a bunch of fields and when the user searches, it 
 needs to match on a certain field and display the list of matches. The 
 examples do this with a Car object with an Integer field for the ID and a 
 String for the car name.
 
 However, there seems to be no way to tell it *what* fields to use in the 
 supplied object. You can only give the component the Type of fields to look 
 up, and it gets the field to use by reflection. This assumes only one field 
 in that object will be of that Type.
 
 ie
 
 How could I make it would with a list of these objects:
 
 class Person {
 
 String userId;
 String displayName;
 ...
 
 }
 
 Giving the ObjectAutoCompleteField the types Person,String won't work, it 
 won't know what field to use.
 
 
 ListPerson persons = getPersons();
 
 ObjectAutoCompleteBuilderPerson,String builder = new 
 ObjectAutoCompleteBuilderPerson,String(
   new AutoCompletionChoicesProviderUser() {
   public IteratorPerson getChoices(String input) {
   ListPerson subSet = getPersonSubSet(persons, 
 input);
   return subSet.iterator();
   }
   }
 );
 ObjectAutoCompleteField toField = builder.build(toField, new 
 ModelString());
 form.add(toField);
 
 
 Any ideas?
 
 thanks,
 Steve



Location of css and js files

2009-12-20 Thread Dale Ogilvie

Hello,

For html page markup containing style and javascript, what is the best
practice for positioning the css and js files, so that they are
available both at design time, and at run time?

I want the designer to be able to see the markup in full glory, while
still having this translate properly at run-time.

I'm thinking of an html file such as:

html
head
link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css'
script type=text/javascript src=javascript.js/script
/head
body
p class=pretty onclick=doit();Hello world/p
/body
/html

If this markup is alongside the java source, that would imply that the
css and js would also have to be there. But tradition would have these
files under a sub directory like so:

...
link rel='stylesheet' href='/style/style.css' type='text/css'
script type=text/javascript src=/js/javascript.js/script
...

What is the wicket way?

Thanks!

Dale

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Re: Location of css and js files

2009-12-20 Thread Igor Vaynberg
head
wicket:link
link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css'
script type=text/javascript src=javascript.js/script
/wicket:link
/head

and have the files in the same package as the page

-igor

On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 7:21 PM, Dale Ogilvie
dale.ogil...@trimble.co.nz wrote:

 Hello,

 For html page markup containing style and javascript, what is the best
 practice for positioning the css and js files, so that they are
 available both at design time, and at run time?

 I want the designer to be able to see the markup in full glory, while
 still having this translate properly at run-time.

 I'm thinking of an html file such as:

 html
 head
 link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css'
 script type=text/javascript src=javascript.js/script
 /head
 body
 p class=pretty onclick=doit();Hello world/p
 /body
 /html

 If this markup is alongside the java source, that would imply that the
 css and js would also have to be there. But tradition would have these
 files under a sub directory like so:

 ...
 link rel='stylesheet' href='/style/style.css' type='text/css'
 script type=text/javascript src=/js/javascript.js/script
 ...

 What is the wicket way?

 Thanks!

 Dale

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RE: Location of css and js files

2009-12-20 Thread Dale Ogilvie

Thanks Igor.

So having your css and js collected off under another path is not the
wicket way?

Are you saying the following for best-practice:

com/acme/myweb
 HelloWorldPage.java
 HelloWorldPage.html
 style.css
 Javascript.js

What about images used by the css? Would these live alongside the
style.css as well?


-Original Message-
From: Igor Vaynberg [mailto:igor.vaynb...@gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, 21 December 2009 4:23 p.m.
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Location of css and js files

head
wicket:link
link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' script
type=text/javascript src=javascript.js/script /wicket:link
/head

and have the files in the same package as the page

-igor

On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 7:21 PM, Dale Ogilvie
dale.ogil...@trimble.co.nz wrote:

 Hello,

 For html page markup containing style and javascript, what is the best

 practice for positioning the css and js files, so that they are 
 available both at design time, and at run time?

 I want the designer to be able to see the markup in full glory, while 
 still having this translate properly at run-time.

 I'm thinking of an html file such as:

 html
 head
 link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' script 
 type=text/javascript src=javascript.js/script /head body p

 class=pretty onclick=doit();Hello world/p /body /html

 If this markup is alongside the java source, that would imply that the

 css and js would also have to be there. But tradition would have these

 files under a sub directory like so:

 ...
 link rel='stylesheet' href='/style/style.css' type='text/css' 
 script type=text/javascript src=/js/javascript.js/script ...

 What is the wicket way?

 Thanks!

 Dale

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RE: Location of css and js files

2009-12-20 Thread Alex Rass
Global resources you can reference globally. Use can use the non-wicket
links. Container hosts folders you can use.

Idea behind this is to use components which are fully contained. Hence (all
in one place).  If this doesn't suit you - there are bunch of tutorials on
how to load resources from elsewhere.

- Alex


-Original Message-
From: Dale Ogilvie [mailto:dale.ogil...@trimble.co.nz] 
Sent: Sunday, December 20, 2009 10:41 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: RE: Location of css and js files


Thanks Igor.

So having your css and js collected off under another path is not the
wicket way?

Are you saying the following for best-practice:

com/acme/myweb
 HelloWorldPage.java
 HelloWorldPage.html
 style.css
 Javascript.js

What about images used by the css? Would these live alongside the
style.css as well?


-Original Message-
From: Igor Vaynberg [mailto:igor.vaynb...@gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, 21 December 2009 4:23 p.m.
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Location of css and js files

head
wicket:link
link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' script
type=text/javascript src=javascript.js/script /wicket:link
/head

and have the files in the same package as the page

-igor

On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 7:21 PM, Dale Ogilvie
dale.ogil...@trimble.co.nz wrote:

 Hello,

 For html page markup containing style and javascript, what is the best

 practice for positioning the css and js files, so that they are 
 available both at design time, and at run time?

 I want the designer to be able to see the markup in full glory, while 
 still having this translate properly at run-time.

 I'm thinking of an html file such as:

 html
 head
 link rel='stylesheet' href='style.css' type='text/css' script 
 type=text/javascript src=javascript.js/script /head body p

 class=pretty onclick=doit();Hello world/p /body /html

 If this markup is alongside the java source, that would imply that the

 css and js would also have to be there. But tradition would have these

 files under a sub directory like so:

 ...
 link rel='stylesheet' href='/style/style.css' type='text/css' 
 script type=text/javascript src=/js/javascript.js/script ...

 What is the wicket way?

 Thanks!

 Dale

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RE: Location of css and js files

2009-12-20 Thread Dale Ogilvie
 
Hi Alex,

I'm after best practice for css/img and js locations. 

I know there are many ways to do something, I'm after a recommendation
as to what is the best way to do this in wicket. 

The way that allows the html markup to be opened by the web designer
showing the same page view that appears at runtime.

Thanks

Dale


-Original Message-
From: Alex Rass [mailto:a...@itbsllc.com] 
Sent: Monday, 21 December 2009 5:03 p.m.
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: RE: Location of css and js files

Global resources you can reference globally. Use can use the
non-wicket links. Container hosts folders you can use.

Idea behind this is to use components which are fully contained. Hence
(all in one place).  If this doesn't suit you - there are bunch of
tutorials on how to load resources from elsewhere.

- Alex

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Re: @RequireHttps - forms misbehaving

2009-12-20 Thread bht
Hi VGJ,

If, as you say you can reproduce this in your storefront app no matter
where you use it then you may want to reduce this to a testcase and
create a jira issue from it.

You are already writing that you can reproduce it and consequently it
would be only a matter of removing all distracting detail from your
storefront until further simplification is no longer possible. I can't
see how otherwise anyone could help you with your issue.

In any case, glitches like you mention should not happen whether the
problem is in the Wicket framework domain or in the application
domain. If it is in the application domain, as it would usually be the
case because Wicket is mature, then there would still be a benefit of
publishing the issue e.g. in a Wiki article so that others would not
make the same mistake.

Good luck!

Bernard

On Fri, 18 Dec 2009 14:58:15 -0700, you wrote:

I was unable to re-create it in a simple web app w/ a few pages.  However,
no matter where I use it in my storefront app, it happens.

It's very strange because it starts a page late.  I put the annotation on
the User Account page, yet it doesn't switch to https until I reach the
*following* page in the checkout process.  I just stuck it on the general
Login page that exists outside of the checkout process...and when I click
the link from the home page to go to the Login page using
setResponsePage(new Login()), it doesn't switch to https.  Instead, I enter
the user/pass and submit...THEN it goes to https, then I'm able to re-enter
and login.

Very strange behavior...I have no idea what might be causing it.

I use various Panels throughout the side, would that have any influence on
it?  For example, the link in the header to go to the Login page is inside
of a straightforward Panel.  The entire site uses markup inheritance as
well.

On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 9:29 AM, VGJ zambi...@gmail.com wrote:

 I'll create one and post it, if I can.

 -v


 On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 9:21 AM, Igor Vaynberg 
 igor.vaynb...@gmail.comwrote:

 can you recreate in a quickstart?

 -igor

 On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 7:56 AM, VGJ zambi...@gmail.com wrote:
  I'm now using @RequireHttps to switch to https on certain pages but it's
 not
  quite working right.
 
  In our storefront app, I'm switching to https at the point in the
 checkout
  process where you view your cart, and then proceed to a page to either
 login
  or create an account.  When I submit my username and password, the
  validation fires as if I entered nothing into the form.  Enter it a
 second
  time and it works - the validation doesn't trigger.  Everything was
 entered
  correctly the first time around...so it's as if the form is being posted
 on
  its own, when the page loads?  Every page with @RequireHttps that has a
  form, does this.
 
  What do I need to do to change to accommodate validation under
 @RequireHttps
  pages?
 
  Currently you just see a lot of forms w/ fields like this:
 
  add(new TextField(username).setRequired(true));
 
  ...with a pretty common feedback panel:
 
 div id=feedbackPanel
   span wicket:id=feedbackPanel class=warning /
 /div
 
  Thanks!
 
  -v
 

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Re: applet in wicket .. exception thrown ...

2009-12-20 Thread local_shamil

Problem adding an applet to wicket still remains the same.. can some 1 help






James Carman-3 wrote:
 
 Email me the HelloWorld.class file directly.  I can probably send you
 back a working quickstart pretty quickly
 
 
 On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 11:58 AM, local_shamil shaena...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 the WEBAPP folder is in the SRC/MAIN/ folder... and the Helloworld.class
 file
 is in that ...

 :(


 James Carman-3 wrote:

 Look in your actual output folder (where the webapp is run from,
 typically target/webapp or something like that).  Is the
 HelloWorld.class file there?

 On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 11:52 AM, local_shamil shaena...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 well this is what i did ,, i created a quickstart wicket project ,,,
 then
 i
 added all the .java files including the applet.java file in to the
 src/main/java/ folder ... then when i run jetty, the files get complied
 and
 saved in the  target/classes/ folder . so what i did was, i copied
 the
 applet.class file and pasted it in my WEBAPP folder .

 then i added ;

 applet code=HelloWorld.class width=150 height=25  /

 in my html 


 but what i get is a NOCLASSFOUND error 

 to insert an image i copied the image to the webapp folder and had the
 following HTML code
 Image039.jpg

 then it worked ...

 Why isn' wicket identifying the applet.class file which is in the
 WEBAPP
 folder ??


 help




 James Carman-3 wrote:

 Are you mounting your page at all?

 On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 11:36 AM, local_shamil shaena...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 In the same folder ... but it doesn't work in this




 James Carman-3 wrote:

 Where do you put it for a normal non-wicket webapp using static html
 pages?

 On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 11:31 AM, local_shamil shaena...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 can some one please tell me , where to put the applet class file?
 is
 it
 inside the webapp folder ? i have used a quickstart wicket project
 ..

 please help ...



 Aiszone wrote:

 Try enabled logging on your webserver - that way you can see,
 where
 it
 tries
 to retrieve the class files from.
 It's a bit hard helping you, since I don't know the structure of
 your
 app,
 but I have an application running with multiple applets included,
 and
 it
 works fine with Wicket - as long, as the setup is correct.


 On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 11:27 AM, Shamil shaena...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 i need to add an applet to wicket.. and this is what i did... i
 wrote
 an
 applet and complied it.. i copied the class file of this applet
 and
 inserted
 it in to the webapp folder .

 and i inserted this in my HTML file...

 applet code=HelloWorld.class width=150 height=25  /

 but still i get a class not found exception , why is that how do
 i
 resolve
 it ???

 any clue ??




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