Re: Continue navigating while on submit button process stuff on the background

2011-04-30 Thread jcgarciam
Lucast is not good idea to make the Wicket application and spring bean directly (can't remember why, but look for it into the archive), instead the use of the CompenentInstantiaionListener is the recommended with the companion of the wicket @SpringBean annotation. On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 8:31

Ajaxifying existing application

2011-04-30 Thread splitshade
Hi, i have a general question, we have an exisiting application, that now needs to be ajaxified (no page reloads etc..). This has never been a requirement, so the application is not prepared at all for this. The biggest problem we see is that we have many different pages, but how shall we do

Re: Load balancer cookie is lost in modal window

2011-04-30 Thread Alec Swan
Hello, I tried copying all cookies from the HTTP request to HTTP response and it seemed to have a positive effect (unless our hosting company fixed something on their load balancer). However, I would expect Wicket to copy cookies from request to response by default, is this true? Here is the

Re: Load balancer cookie is lost in modal window

2011-04-30 Thread Igor Vaynberg
one does not need to copy cookies because browsers retain them across requests. -igor On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 5:01 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I tried copying all cookies from the HTTP request to HTTP response and it seemed to have a positive effect (unless our hosting

Re: Load balancer cookie is lost in modal window

2011-04-30 Thread Alec Swan
Even if the next request is made from inside an IFrame? If so, is this problem definitely a problem with the load balancer setup? Our hosting company ran HTTP trace and said this: Customer connects to the cluster via HTTP, in this case they are routed to web2. This packet passes through the

Re: Load balancer cookie is lost in modal window

2011-04-30 Thread Igor Vaynberg
this is because cookies created in http are not transferred to https and viceversa afair. i think this can be changed by turning off secure cookies in tomcat or something like that. -igor On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 6:06 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote: Even if the next request is made from

Re: Load balancer cookie is lost in modal window

2011-04-30 Thread Alec Swan
Thank you for the great hint! It seems like a lot of people have a problem JSESSIONID cookie being lost by Tomcat when switching from HTTPS to HTTP. We are switching in the opposite direction, but I assume the could be problematic as well. At this point we are willing to force HTTPS for the

Re: Load balancer cookie is lost in modal window

2011-04-30 Thread Igor Vaynberg
or just put @requireshttps on your base page -igor On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 6:49 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote: Thank you for the great hint! It seems like a lot of people have a problem JSESSIONID cookie being lost by Tomcat when switching from HTTPS to HTTP. We are switching in the