Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread meduolis
Why do you want to switch page using ajax? :D If you redownload all page contents, do not use ajax :), it only complicates everything. Use ajax, when you want to refresh only some of page components, like table, other containers-- View this message in context:

Running Wicket under WebSphere

2011-05-01 Thread drf
We are using WebSphere 6.1, front ended by Apache (IBM HTTP Server) Our Wicket application uses WicketFilter When moving our war file from our Eclipse/Jetty environment to Websphere, WebShpere is not finding the url of the project. However, if we put a static resource, eg an html file, under the

Re: Wicket in Websphere 6.1

2011-05-01 Thread drf
This uses Spring 2 and ContextLoaderServlet Does anyone have an example of a web.xml defined using Spring3 - ContextLoaderListener - and Wicket -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Wicket-in-Websphere-6-1-tp1886967p3487523.html Sent from the Users forum

Re: Running Wicket under WebSphere

2011-05-01 Thread drf
I should add that we are using Spring 3, which uses ContextLoaderListener, not ContextLoaderServlet -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Running-Wicket-under-WebSphere-tp3487476p3487531.html Sent from the Users forum mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: wicket-tree checkboxes managing

2011-05-01 Thread massimo_pugni
Hi Sven, I'm on back on it now. To hidden the checkboxes for roots I've put the 'if' into the 'newContentComponent' method something like this public Component newContentComponent(String id, final AbstractTreeSkill tree, IModelSkill model) { if (model.getObject().isRoot())

Re: wicket-tree checkboxes managing

2011-05-01 Thread massimo_pugni
Hi Sven, I'm on back on it now. To hidden the checkboxes for roots I've put the 'if' into the 'newContentComponent' method something like this public Component newContentComponent(String id, final AbstractTree tree, IModel model) { if (model.getObject().isRoot()) {

Re: Running Wicket under WebSphere

2011-05-01 Thread Clint Checketts
I heard that Webspere gets confused with a filter as the endpoint. Try WicketServlet. I think there also is a patch for more recent Websphere versions. On Sunday, May 1, 2011, drf davidrfi...@gmail.com wrote: I should add that we are using Spring 3, which uses ContextLoaderListener, not

Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread James Carman
I think he meant that rather than using a page-oriented design, that they'd need to switch to more of a one page, switch panels design? On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 4:09 AM, meduolis meduol...@gmail.com wrote: Why do you want to switch page using ajax? :D If you redownload all page contents, do not

Re: Share data in TabbedPanel

2011-05-01 Thread jcgarciam
Lets say you have a property in your page that point to the dataobject you are creating and manipulating on first tab. The model of the tabs that should see this dataobject as well can be reference as: tp.setDefaultModel(new PropertyModel(this,mySharedObject)); Being mySharedObject the

Re: wicket-tree checkboxes managing

2011-05-01 Thread Sven Meier
Hi, you can utilize the usual Check/CheckGroup/CheckGroupSelector combination. I've added a convenience CheckContent implementation recently (now for Wicket 1.4 too):

Re: Share data in TabbedPanel

2011-05-01 Thread meduolis
I think that your example would finish with ClassCastExeption in TabbedPanel.java:382 line return (Integer)getDefaultModelObject(); -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Share-data-in-TabbedPanel-tp3477328p3487936.html Sent from the Users forum mailing list

Re: wicket 1.5 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior bad url

2011-05-01 Thread Martin Grigorov
If you can create a quickstart that reproduces the problem then please attach it to a ticket in Jira. On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 10:52 PM, msj121 msj...@gmail.com wrote: I have noticed calling getCallbackUrl() on an AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior results in a url sometimes in:

Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread Igor Vaynberg
if all your pages extend a base page then you can change the base page to extend a panel instead. than s/setResponsePage/setResponsePanel/ create a page that has the necessary infra to swap content panels and wire in the new setResponsePanel to use that. -igor On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 2:36 PM,

Re: Share data in TabbedPanel

2011-05-01 Thread jcgarciam
I didn't checked the API before posting the example was using the kind of the same code you provide earlier, just to give u a quick start :) But the idea is to pass a model to the underlying panel on each tab, that points to the same object reference. On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 12:52 PM,

Re: Share data in TabbedPanel

2011-05-01 Thread meduolis
Thanks for help, I solved my problem by extending original TabbedPanel with some additional properties.-- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Share-data-in-TabbedPanel-tp3477328p3488031.html Sent from the Users forum mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Table repeater: repeat across row AND column

2011-05-01 Thread Alexandros Karypidis
Hello, I am trying to create a web page that lists contact addresses in a table. My repeater can easily lay out one address per row, but I need to be able to list 2 addresses per row (actually, ideally I'd like to list N addresses per row). The problem is that ListView's operation

Re: Table repeater: repeat across row AND column

2011-05-01 Thread Martin Grigorov
I like your current approach better than what you want to do. Anyway here is how to do it: int currIndex = item.getIndex(); ListItem nextItem = get(Integer.toString(currIndex + 1)); if (nextItem != null) { ... } On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 6:51 PM, Alexandros Karypidis akary...@yahoo.gr wrote:

SubmitLink with confirmation dialog

2011-05-01 Thread scorpio2002
Hi there, I have a SubmitLink and I'd like to add a very simple confirmation dialog to it? Any way of doing so? I've tried to add a SimpleAttributeModifier, but it overwrites the behaviour in the onSubmit method of the submitlink. I think there must be an easy and clean way of doing this. Thank

Re: SubmitLink with confirmation dialog

2011-05-01 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi, On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 11:10 AM, scorpio2002 d.capite...@gmail.com wrote: Hi there, I have a SubmitLink and I'd like to add a very simple confirmation dialog to it? Any way of doing so? I've tried to add a SimpleAttributeModifier, but it overwrites the behaviour in the onSubmit method

Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread splitshade
Hi James, yes, thats exaclty what I meant. The Problem is, we have an existing infrastructure, that depends on pages. The idea to change everything to a setResponsePanel-Method seems to be very good, I think we could realize that very cheaply, thanks for the hint! Would that be something that

Re: SubmitLink with confirmation dialog

2011-05-01 Thread scorpio2002
Dear Martin, thank you for answering. I tried something like this: -- SubmitLink link = new SubmitLink(link) { public void onSubmit() { /* my stuff */} } link.add(new SimpleAttributeModifier(onclick, return confirm('are you sure?');));

Re: Table repeater: repeat across row AND column

2011-05-01 Thread Igor Vaynberg
see GridView -igor On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 9:51 AM, Alexandros Karypidis akary...@yahoo.gr wrote: Hello, I am trying to create a web page that lists contact addresses in a table. My repeater can easily lay out one address per row, but I need to be able to list 2 addresses per row (actually,

Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread meduolis
Use ajax with responsibility. To much ajax can make bad things :]. I can not undestand, why you would like to change page to panel, and rerender it all, just like setResponcePage does. Try to sit and decide, which parts of page should be ajaxified and which should be left as it is.-- View this

Re: SubmitLink with confirmation dialog

2011-05-01 Thread Pedro Santos
Hi, SubmitLink already write some JavaScript in the onclick handler, so you need to prepend the confirmation JavaScript in order to maintain the default behavior. e.g. submitLink.add(new Behavior() { onComponentTag() { tag.put(onclick, if(!confirm('c')) return false; + tag.getAttribute(onclick));

Re: Wicket in Websphere 6.1

2011-05-01 Thread shetc
In your web.xml, something like: listener description/description display-nameSpringContextLoaderListener/display-name listener-classorg.springframework.web.context.ContextLoaderListener/listener-class /listener servlet

How to fail validation if ListMultipleChoice is empty

2011-05-01 Thread Coleman, Chris
We have an app that allows people to add elements to a ListMultipleChoice by pressing on a button. We want the form to fail validation if the ListMultipleChoice contains no elements. I've tried this: targettedSetsList.add(new IValidator() { public void validate(IValidatable

Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread James Carman
On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 5:36 PM, splitshade martin.dil...@googlemail.com wrote: 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.

Re: DataTable's view does not always update

2011-05-01 Thread D D
I tried the setting with true and false settings. It still doesn't work. Here is Ajax Debug INFO: Initiating Ajax GET request on ?wicket:interface=:0:dataForm:dataPanel:rxEntryTabs:panel:link::IBehaviorListener:0:-1random=0.6781234819490185 INFO: Invoking pre-call handler(s)... ERROR: Received 

Re: DataTable's view does not always update

2011-05-01 Thread James Carman
You are using a servlet instead of a filter, right? I don't see the entire conversation in my gmail, here, so I hope I didn't miss something. On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 9:51 PM, D D dawi...@gmail.com wrote: I tried the setting with true and false settings. It still doesn't work. Here is Ajax

Re: How to fail validation if ListMultipleChoice is empty

2011-05-01 Thread Clint Checketts
Lets see the code about 'adding elements by pressing on a button'. The 'getValue()' method is returning the value from the list box's HTTP submitted values, if the add button is submitting values via ajax or some other means then it may need a different approach. -Clint On Sun, May 1, 2011 at

Re: DataTable's view does not always update

2011-05-01 Thread D D
I have a filter in web.xml file - however I did not set it up. At the same time I've started to question the setup because I tried to deploy a clean test app (by clean I mean new ear file for the test app and no extra ear files and configuration - just a strip down example from wicket's website)

RE: How to fail validation if ListMultipleChoice is empty

2011-05-01 Thread Coleman, Chris
Yes, it's all via AJAX. In the last few minutes I've tried a different approach and it works ok but it introduces another problem: form.add(new AbstractFormValidator() { public FormComponent[] getDependentFormComponents() { return null; } public void validate(Form?

Re: How to fail validation if ListMultipleChoice is empty

2011-05-01 Thread Clint Checketts
You are correct that the Form's validation should only fire when submitting the form. When an individual element is updated via ajax (as in an AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior) then just the processing and validations steps are fired for the individual form component. It makes me wonder if you

Re: DataTable's view does not always update

2011-05-01 Thread Clint Checketts
Make sure that sendredirect.compatibility property is set to false or deleted. It causes problems. You didn't say if it had originally be set or not though, lets make sure it didn't get left on at some point. Watch the URL, if you typed in http://localhost/myApp and it renders as

RE: How to fail validation if ListMultipleChoice is empty

2011-05-01 Thread Coleman, Chris
According to the doco the default form processing behavior is executed for AjaxButton and AjaxSubmitButton (in fact AjaxSubmitButton appears to be deprecated - behaves the same as AjaxButton anyway?). I am using AjaxButton. I actually don't care about the selections but rather, the entries

Re: How to fail validation if ListMultipleChoice is empty

2011-05-01 Thread Clint Checketts
Good catch on AjaxSubmitButton being deprecated, I guess an IDe would have made that obvious ;) I do have to say using the getChoices over a proper model may give you more work than needed in updating the underlying model objects (maybe consider overriding the getConvertedInput to return

Re: wicket 1.5 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior bad url

2011-05-01 Thread msj121
SOLVED: After some debugging I noticed the following: In the constructor the url generated is: ./wicket/page?54-0.IBehaviorListener.0 In onBeforeRender and onAfterRender the url is ./wicket/page?54-1.IBehaviorListener.0 I was pretty much getting the url as a string and passing it to WiQuery