Re: display artifact version in webpage

2011-12-15 Thread Sjoerd Schunselaar
Thank you Chantal,

Thats a very easy solution. Didn't think about that.


Kind regards,

Sjoerd Schunselaar


On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 1:02 PM, Chantal Ackermann 
chantal.ackerm...@btelligent.de wrote:

 Hi Sjoerd,

 my way of doing this is directly from pom to html using filtering.

 Add ${project.version} into the markup (for me, I add it into a top bar
 shared by all pages). Change the pom.xml resources configuration to
 filter either all html files or only that specific one. (I've simply
 changed the original false to true as I am sure that there is no
 other Dollar-notation in the html files.)

 resource
filteringtrue/filtering
directorysrc/main/java/directory
includes
include**/include
/includes
excludes
exclude**/*.java/exclude
/excludes
 /resource


 Cheers,
 Chantal



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  Hi all,
 
  Is there a easy way to display the artifact version which can be set in
 de
  maven pom.xml file?
  I would like to display that artifact version in the title bar.
 
 
  met vriendelijke groet,
 
  Sjoerd Schunselaar


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Re: display artifact version in webpage

2011-12-15 Thread Per Newgro

But this causes a build / version control system issue.

Guess you use version control like svn or cvs. Once you checked in the 
html markup

and call a build the markup changed and you have to check in markup again.
So that becomes a chicken - egg - problem.

Just my 2$
Per

Am 15.12.2011 09:27, schrieb Sjoerd Schunselaar:

Thank you Chantal,

Thats a very easy solution. Didn't think about that.


Kind regards,

Sjoerd Schunselaar


On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 1:02 PM, Chantal Ackermann
chantal.ackerm...@btelligent.de  wrote:


Hi Sjoerd,

my way of doing this is directly from pom to html using filtering.

Add ${project.version} into the markup (for me, I add it into a top bar
shared by all pages). Change the pom.xml resources configuration to
filter either all html files or only that specific one. (I've simply
changed the original false to true as I am sure that there is no
other Dollar-notation in the html files.)

resource
filteringtrue/filtering
directorysrc/main/java/directory
includes
include**/include
/includes
excludes
exclude**/*.java/exclude
/excludes
/resource


Cheers,
Chantal



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Hi all,

Is there a easy way to display the artifact version which can be set in

de

maven pom.xml file?
I would like to display that artifact version in the title bar.


met vriendelijke groet,

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Re: display artifact version in webpage

2011-12-15 Thread Chantal Ackermann
You shouldn't be checking in any automatically generated files!
What is checked in is the markup that contains the placeholder - and
that doesn't change with new builds, of course. That's the point of it,
isn't it?

Chantal



On Thu, 2011-12-15 at 09:46 +0100, Per Newgro wrote:
 But this causes a build / version control system issue.
 
 Guess you use version control like svn or cvs. Once you checked in the 
 html markup
 and call a build the markup changed and you have to check in markup again.
 So that becomes a chicken - egg - problem.
 
 Just my 2$
 Per
 
 Am 15.12.2011 09:27, schrieb Sjoerd Schunselaar:
  Thank you Chantal,
 
  Thats a very easy solution. Didn't think about that.
 
 
  Kind regards,
 
  Sjoerd Schunselaar
 
 
  On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 1:02 PM, Chantal Ackermann
  chantal.ackerm...@btelligent.de  wrote:
 
  Hi Sjoerd,
 
  my way of doing this is directly from pom to html using filtering.
 
  Add ${project.version} into the markup (for me, I add it into a top bar
  shared by all pages). Change the pom.xml resources configuration to
  filter either all html files or only that specific one. (I've simply
  changed the original false to true as I am sure that there is no
  other Dollar-notation in the html files.)
 
  resource
  filteringtrue/filtering
  directorysrc/main/java/directory
  includes
  include**/include
  /includes
  excludes
  exclude**/*.java/exclude
  /excludes
  /resource
 
 
  Cheers,
  Chantal
 
 
 
  On Wed, 2011-12-14 at 11:33 +0100, Sjoerd Schunselaar wrote:
  Hi all,
 
  Is there a easy way to display the artifact version which can be set in
  de
  maven pom.xml file?
  I would like to display that artifact version in the title bar.
 
 
  met vriendelijke groet,
 
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Re: display artifact version in webpage

2011-12-15 Thread Per Newgro

Ahh, ok. You're right. You don't check in the generated version. Sure.

Sorry. So no problem.
Per

Am 15.12.2011 10:26, schrieb Chantal Ackermann:

You shouldn't be checking in any automatically generated files!
What is checked in is the markup that contains the placeholder - and
that doesn't change with new builds, of course. That's the point of it,
isn't it?

Chantal



On Thu, 2011-12-15 at 09:46 +0100, Per Newgro wrote:

But this causes a build / version control system issue.

Guess you use version control like svn or cvs. Once you checked in the
html markup
and call a build the markup changed and you have to check in markup again.
So that becomes a chicken - egg - problem.

Just my 2$
Per

Am 15.12.2011 09:27, schrieb Sjoerd Schunselaar:

Thank you Chantal,

Thats a very easy solution. Didn't think about that.


Kind regards,

Sjoerd Schunselaar


On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 1:02 PM, Chantal Ackermann
chantal.ackerm...@btelligent.de   wrote:


Hi Sjoerd,

my way of doing this is directly from pom to html using filtering.

Add ${project.version} into the markup (for me, I add it into a top bar
shared by all pages). Change the pom.xml resources configuration to
filter either all html files or only that specific one. (I've simply
changed the original false to true as I am sure that there is no
other Dollar-notation in the html files.)

resource
 filteringtrue/filtering
 directorysrc/main/java/directory
 includes
 include**/include
 /includes
 excludes
 exclude**/*.java/exclude
 /excludes
/resource


Cheers,
Chantal



On Wed, 2011-12-14 at 11:33 +0100, Sjoerd Schunselaar wrote:

Hi all,

Is there a easy way to display the artifact version which can be set in

de

maven pom.xml file?
I would like to display that artifact version in the title bar.


met vriendelijke groet,

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Forcing a No Selection Option in Drop Down Choice

2011-12-15 Thread Richard W. Adams
Is there a way to make DropDownChoice  offer no selection as the first 
option, even if the input model matches one of the selections? Perhaps a 
property to set, or method to override? Can't find this issue covered in 
the material I've looked at. I'm looking for some technique I can apply 
against the drop down class (or an extension to it) rather than adding 
dummy data to the model.

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Re: Forcing a No Selection Option in Drop Down Choice

2011-12-15 Thread Igor Vaynberg
setNullValid(true)

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Wicket 1.5 with Shiro for security ...

2011-12-15 Thread armandoxxx
Got a little question. 

I'm wrapping Apache Shiro as security framework for my application. 

And I use wicket-auth-roles for wrapping shiro login, logout, get roles and
stuff methods. 

I've got a question for isSignedIn() method which is final. I can't override
it to ask shiro if user is logged in or not. 

Any workaround for this? I really don't want to implement all
Authentication/Authorization logic on my own, since wicket already
implements this.

Kind regards

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Re: Wicket 1.5 with Shiro for security ...

2011-12-15 Thread Carl-Eric Menzel
There's a shiro integration project in wicketstuff-core. We use it and
it works well.

Carl-Eric
www.wicketbuch.de

On Thu, 15 Dec 2011 08:56:25 -0800 (PST)
armandoxxx armando@dropchop.com wrote:

 Got a little question. 
 
 I'm wrapping Apache Shiro as security framework for my application. 
 
 And I use wicket-auth-roles for wrapping shiro login, logout, get
 roles and stuff methods. 
 
 I've got a question for isSignedIn() method which is final. I can't
 override it to ask shiro if user is logged in or not. 
 
 Any workaround for this? I really don't want to implement all
 Authentication/Authorization logic on my own, since wicket already
 implements this.
 
 Kind regards
 
 Armando
 
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Wicket app on Tomcat over Apache - 404

2011-12-15 Thread meduolis
Hello, I tried to setup tomcat over apache2 following
https://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/wicket-behind-a-front-end-proxy.html
guidelines. But I cant get it working. When I enter any page I always see my
wicket custom 404 error page.

I am using mod_proxy and mod_proxy_http plugins for apache2.
Wicket version 1.4.13
Apache2 version 2.2.14

My configuration looks like that:

Apache2 - httpd.conf:


Tomcat 6 - server.xml:


Maby anybody know how to solve this problem? 
I am start thinking to make tomcat run on 80 port, but I heard that it's not
secure.

Please, help me to fix this apache2 proxying issue

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Re: Spring + MongoDb

2011-12-15 Thread Bruno Borges
Just to let you all know that the Gamboa Project has moved to individual
repositories under the organization Gamboa at http://github.com/gamboa

There are Wicket+Scala archetypes for MongoDB, CouchDB and Java EE 6 (JPA).

The Wicket DSL for Scala is now available too under the wicket-scala
project at wicketstuff.

Martin, thanks for sharing =)

*Bruno Borges*
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 Hi,

 Here is the Scala project you mention:
 https://github.com/brunoborges/gamboa-project
 If Scala confuses you then all you need is to find pure Java example
 of Spring-Data-Mongodb and another one that uses Spring
 services/repositories from Wicket (e.g. Phonebook example in
 wicketstuff).

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  Has anyone implemented wicket with spring and mongodb.  I saw there was
 a project back in June about scala, wicket, spring, and mongodb but the
 scala portion is a bit confusing.
 
  Looking for a sample implementation/configuration to get going with.
 
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Re: Wicket 1.5 with Shiro for security ...

2011-12-15 Thread James Carman
Wicketopia has a shiro plugin too
On Dec 15, 2011 11:57 AM, armandoxxx armando@dropchop.com wrote:

 Got a little question.

 I'm wrapping Apache Shiro as security framework for my application.

 And I use wicket-auth-roles for wrapping shiro login, logout, get roles and
 stuff methods.

 I've got a question for isSignedIn() method which is final. I can't
 override
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 Any workaround for this? I really don't want to implement all
 Authentication/Authorization logic on my own, since wicket already
 implements this.

 Kind regards

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Update FeedbackPanel from AbstractAjaxBehavior

2011-12-15 Thread Alec Swan
Hello,

I have an AbstractAjaxBehavior which is invoked by clicking on a link.
The behavior needs to write a message to FeedbackPanel upon
completion. I wasn't able to access AjaxRequestTarget from
AbstractAjaxBehavior so I switched to using
AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior. I implemented
AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond(AjaxRequestTarget target) but now
when the user clicks on a link the browser displays raw ajax response
(shown below) instead of just updating the feedback panel.

The behavior is used as follows:

getPage().add(ajaxBehaviour);
ExternalLink ajaxLink = new ExternalLink(ajaxLink,
ajaxBehaviour.getCallbackUrl(true).toString());

Is there anything special I need to do in
AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond method?

Thanks,

Alec

ajax-responsecomponent id=infoFeedbackddiv
wicket:id=infoFeedback class=feedbackPanel
id=infoFeedbackdwicket:panel

/wicket:panel/div/componentcomponent id=debugFeedback63div
wicket:id=debugFeedback class=feedbackPanel
id=debugFeedback63wicket:panel

/wicket:panel/div/component/ajax-response

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Re: Update FeedbackPanel from AbstractAjaxBehavior

2011-12-15 Thread Dan Retzlaff
Is there a reason you're avoiding AjaxLink? Its onClick gives you the
AjaxRequestTarget which you can use to render the feedback panel.

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 3:24 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello,

 I have an AbstractAjaxBehavior which is invoked by clicking on a link.
 The behavior needs to write a message to FeedbackPanel upon
 completion. I wasn't able to access AjaxRequestTarget from
 AbstractAjaxBehavior so I switched to using
 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior. I implemented
 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond(AjaxRequestTarget target) but now
 when the user clicks on a link the browser displays raw ajax response
 (shown below) instead of just updating the feedback panel.

 The behavior is used as follows:

 getPage().add(ajaxBehaviour);
 ExternalLink ajaxLink = new ExternalLink(ajaxLink,
 ajaxBehaviour.getCallbackUrl(true).toString());

 Is there anything special I need to do in
 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond method?

 Thanks,

 Alec

 ajax-responsecomponent id=infoFeedbackddiv
 wicket:id=infoFeedback class=feedbackPanel
 id=infoFeedbackdwicket:panel

 /wicket:panel/div/componentcomponent id=debugFeedback63div
 wicket:id=debugFeedback class=feedbackPanel
 id=debugFeedback63wicket:panel

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Re: Update FeedbackPanel from AbstractAjaxBehavior

2011-12-15 Thread Alec Swan
The click on the link is intercepted and a prompt is shown using
jQuery. The user fills in the prompt and clicks OK which redirects to
the original link href. So, I need to have a stable URL that I can
invoke from jQuery and have the behavior execute.

Maybe it's possible to do this with AjaxLink, but I would like to
understand how to use AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior correctly.

Thanks,

Alec

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 4:33 PM, Dan Retzlaff dretzl...@gmail.com wrote:
 Is there a reason you're avoiding AjaxLink? Its onClick gives you the
 AjaxRequestTarget which you can use to render the feedback panel.

 On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 3:24 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello,

 I have an AbstractAjaxBehavior which is invoked by clicking on a link.
 The behavior needs to write a message to FeedbackPanel upon
 completion. I wasn't able to access AjaxRequestTarget from
 AbstractAjaxBehavior so I switched to using
 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior. I implemented
 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond(AjaxRequestTarget target) but now
 when the user clicks on a link the browser displays raw ajax response
 (shown below) instead of just updating the feedback panel.

 The behavior is used as follows:

 getPage().add(ajaxBehaviour);
 ExternalLink ajaxLink = new ExternalLink(ajaxLink,
 ajaxBehaviour.getCallbackUrl(true).toString());

 Is there anything special I need to do in
 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond method?

 Thanks,

 Alec

 ajax-responsecomponent id=infoFeedbackddiv
 wicket:id=infoFeedback class=feedbackPanel
 id=infoFeedbackdwicket:panel

 /wicket:panel/div/componentcomponent id=debugFeedback63div
 wicket:id=debugFeedback class=feedbackPanel
 id=debugFeedback63wicket:panel

 /wicket:panel/div/component/ajax-response

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Re: Update FeedbackPanel from AbstractAjaxBehavior

2011-12-15 Thread Dan Retzlaff
Gotcha. Sorry for not answering your actual question. :)

The ExternalLink navigates the browser to the given URL which is why you're
seeing the response. AJAX behaviors are designed to be invoked from
JavaScript. For example, AjaxEventBehavior renders Javascript into
onclick attributes or whatever, which makes the request
using wicketAjaxGet() in wicket-ajax.js.

For your particular case, if you create a Link instead of ExternalLink,
then you can use its href in your redirect. The redirect will trigger its
onClick(), you can add feedback messages, then the whole page will be
rendered. If you need to avoid rerendering the whole page, then I think
you'll need to get jQuery to invoke wicketAjaxGet() instead of redirecting
on completion.

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 3:46 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote:

 The click on the link is intercepted and a prompt is shown using
 jQuery. The user fills in the prompt and clicks OK which redirects to
 the original link href. So, I need to have a stable URL that I can
 invoke from jQuery and have the behavior execute.

 Maybe it's possible to do this with AjaxLink, but I would like to
 understand how to use AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior correctly.

 Thanks,

 Alec

 On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 4:33 PM, Dan Retzlaff dretzl...@gmail.com wrote:
  Is there a reason you're avoiding AjaxLink? Its onClick gives you the
  AjaxRequestTarget which you can use to render the feedback panel.
 
  On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 3:24 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  Hello,
 
  I have an AbstractAjaxBehavior which is invoked by clicking on a link.
  The behavior needs to write a message to FeedbackPanel upon
  completion. I wasn't able to access AjaxRequestTarget from
  AbstractAjaxBehavior so I switched to using
  AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior. I implemented
  AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond(AjaxRequestTarget target) but now
  when the user clicks on a link the browser displays raw ajax response
  (shown below) instead of just updating the feedback panel.
 
  The behavior is used as follows:
 
  getPage().add(ajaxBehaviour);
  ExternalLink ajaxLink = new ExternalLink(ajaxLink,
  ajaxBehaviour.getCallbackUrl(true).toString());
 
  Is there anything special I need to do in
  AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond method?
 
  Thanks,
 
  Alec
 
  ajax-responsecomponent id=infoFeedbackddiv
  wicket:id=infoFeedback class=feedbackPanel
  id=infoFeedbackdwicket:panel
 
  /wicket:panel/div/componentcomponent id=debugFeedback63div
  wicket:id=debugFeedback class=feedbackPanel
  id=debugFeedback63wicket:panel
 
  /wicket:panel/div/component/ajax-response
 
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Re: Update FeedbackPanel from AbstractAjaxBehavior

2011-12-15 Thread Alec Swan
I'll give it a try. Thanks!

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 5:06 PM, Dan Retzlaff dretzl...@gmail.com wrote:
 Gotcha. Sorry for not answering your actual question. :)

 The ExternalLink navigates the browser to the given URL which is why you're
 seeing the response. AJAX behaviors are designed to be invoked from
 JavaScript. For example, AjaxEventBehavior renders Javascript into
 onclick attributes or whatever, which makes the request
 using wicketAjaxGet() in wicket-ajax.js.

 For your particular case, if you create a Link instead of ExternalLink,
 then you can use its href in your redirect. The redirect will trigger its
 onClick(), you can add feedback messages, then the whole page will be
 rendered. If you need to avoid rerendering the whole page, then I think
 you'll need to get jQuery to invoke wicketAjaxGet() instead of redirecting
 on completion.

 On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 3:46 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote:

 The click on the link is intercepted and a prompt is shown using
 jQuery. The user fills in the prompt and clicks OK which redirects to
 the original link href. So, I need to have a stable URL that I can
 invoke from jQuery and have the behavior execute.

 Maybe it's possible to do this with AjaxLink, but I would like to
 understand how to use AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior correctly.

 Thanks,

 Alec

 On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 4:33 PM, Dan Retzlaff dretzl...@gmail.com wrote:
  Is there a reason you're avoiding AjaxLink? Its onClick gives you the
  AjaxRequestTarget which you can use to render the feedback panel.
 
  On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 3:24 PM, Alec Swan alecs...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  Hello,
 
  I have an AbstractAjaxBehavior which is invoked by clicking on a link.
  The behavior needs to write a message to FeedbackPanel upon
  completion. I wasn't able to access AjaxRequestTarget from
  AbstractAjaxBehavior so I switched to using
  AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior. I implemented
  AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond(AjaxRequestTarget target) but now
  when the user clicks on a link the browser displays raw ajax response
  (shown below) instead of just updating the feedback panel.
 
  The behavior is used as follows:
 
  getPage().add(ajaxBehaviour);
  ExternalLink ajaxLink = new ExternalLink(ajaxLink,
  ajaxBehaviour.getCallbackUrl(true).toString());
 
  Is there anything special I need to do in
  AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior#respond method?
 
  Thanks,
 
  Alec
 
  ajax-responsecomponent id=infoFeedbackddiv
  wicket:id=infoFeedback class=feedbackPanel
  id=infoFeedbackdwicket:panel
 
  /wicket:panel/div/componentcomponent id=debugFeedback63div
  wicket:id=debugFeedback class=feedbackPanel
  id=debugFeedback63wicket:panel
 
  /wicket:panel/div/component/ajax-response
 
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Tooltips on AjaxButton

2011-12-15 Thread codix
I have this code:


class ExportToolbar extends AbstractToolbar {
public ExportToolbar(final DataTable table,
AjaxButton addbtn,
AjaxButton delbtn,
ExportPredefinedListButton savebtn, 
DropDownChoice ddc) {
super(table);
WebMarkupContainer span1 = new 
WebMarkupContainer(span1) {
@Override
protected void onComponentTag(ComponentTag tag) 
{
tag.put(colspan, 
table.getColumns().length);
}
};
add(span1);
span1.add(ddc);
span1.add(addbtn);
span1.add(delbtn);
span1.add(savebtn);

}
}


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Re: Wicket 1.5 with Shiro for security ...

2011-12-15 Thread Martin Grigorov
https://github.com/55minutes/fiftyfive-wicket too

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 11:15 PM, James Carman
ja...@carmanconsulting.com wrote:
 Wicketopia has a shiro plugin too
 On Dec 15, 2011 11:57 AM, armandoxxx armando@dropchop.com wrote:

 Got a little question.

 I'm wrapping Apache Shiro as security framework for my application.

 And I use wicket-auth-roles for wrapping shiro login, logout, get roles and
 stuff methods.

 I've got a question for isSignedIn() method which is final. I can't
 override
 it to ask shiro if user is logged in or not.

 Any workaround for this? I really don't want to implement all
 Authentication/Authorization logic on my own, since wicket already
 implements this.

 Kind regards

 Armando

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Re: Tooltips on AjaxButton

2011-12-15 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

The easiest way is to use AttributeAppender and add 'title' attribute
to each of them.
E.g. addbtn.add(new AttrributeAppender(title, Add));

If you need more fancy tooltips then you'll need to use some JavaScript library.
Check in WicketStuff Git repo. There are few integrations.

On Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 3:55 AM, codix jackeblag...@yahoo.com wrote:
 I have this code:


    class ExportToolbar extends AbstractToolbar {
                public ExportToolbar(final DataTable table,
                                AjaxButton addbtn,
                                AjaxButton delbtn,
                                ExportPredefinedListButton savebtn, 
 DropDownChoice ddc) {
                        super(table);
                        WebMarkupContainer span1 = new 
 WebMarkupContainer(span1) {
                                @Override
                                protected void onComponentTag(ComponentTag 
 tag) {
                                        tag.put(colspan, 
 table.getColumns().length);
                                }
                        };
                        add(span1);
                        span1.add(ddc);
                        span1.add(addbtn);
                        span1.add(delbtn);
                        span1.add(savebtn);

                }
        }


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