Re: Problem with Wicket distribution

2013-01-14 Thread Martijn Dashorst
This is due to a change in release architecture where we have to push
our releases through svnpubsub. We migrated our infrastructure, but
not the latest releases. I'll upload those now.

Martijn

On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 6:08 AM,  e.spyro...@teamconcepts.gr wrote:
 Thanks,

 I did, and then followed the links to the entire mirror list. The
 distribution is not there.

 Later, I read a hint in the developers' mailing list and it seems that
 Apache Infrastructure have changed the distribution procedure, so it may
 be a problem there.

 Fortunately, I found it in the archives -
 http://archive.apache.org/dist/wicket/


 Jeremy Thomerson jer...@wickettraining.com wrote on 14/01/2013 06:03:08
 AM:

 Jeremy Thomerson jer...@wickettraining.com
 14/01/2013 06:03 AM

 Please respond to
 users@wicket.apache.org

 To

 users@wicket.apache.org users@wicket.apache.org,

 cc

 Subject

 Re: Problem with Wicket distribution

 Have you tried the links on this page?

 http://wicket.apache.org/start/download.html


 On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 11:41 PM, e.spyro...@teamconcepts.gr wrote:

  Hi all,
 
  I cannot find anything in the distribution servers' wicket folder,
 except
  the KEYS file.
 
  Only one mirror in Pakistan, which has not been updated for several
 days,
  still holds the wicket files.
 
  Has something gone wrong?
 
  Best Regards
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Re: Eclipse-IDE Plugin Wicket Bench not existing (any more)?

2013-01-14 Thread Martijn Dashorst
On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 10:24 PM, Paul Bors p...@bors.ws wrote:
 I know I use that too, but what I really liked about wicket-bench was the
 bottom tabs for the Java resources. The associated HTML files and etc did
 not have to be open in a different top tab but they were associated with the
 Java page/panel in a list of bottom tabs per Java file.

It really was a screen space saver, but unfortunately it didn't work
great in the default eclipse way of doing things. e.g. the debugger
would always open up a new editor instead of the embedded editor, etc.
It was annoying to the point I didn't bother installing the wicket
bench plugin. In the discussions at the time it seemed like something
that was very hard to solve properly, so this particular feature would
always be rather awkward to use.

Martijn

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Re: update panels inside webmarkupcontainer

2013-01-14 Thread Jochen Mader
As long as you are not holding references on your own it will be
collected after a replaceWith.

On deleting pages: You could use DefaultPageStore.removePage but I am
not sure if that's a really good idea. Wicket is pretty good in
managing what's in the store and you should rely on its behavior as
much as possible.


On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 12:41 AM, fachhoch fachh...@gmail.com wrote:
 Thanks for your reply, I am assuming if I  use component.replacewith will
 the old component is replaced with the new componenet and the old is no more
 in the component tree so will be gc colected , sure I am not holding any
 references  top it.
 second if I move out of this page  to some other page   can i delete all
 version of this page from pagemap ?
 if so please tell me how .



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Re: ASK: Updating one wicket page's component from other wicket apps

2013-01-14 Thread Jochen Mader
I would say he already provided all workable options:
1. Use a dedicated messaging mechanism (JMS) through a container
(Spring, JEE6, ...)
2. Build your own messaging mechanism

Which one is best for you depends on your requirements.

On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 12:56 AM, Noven noven_...@yahoo.com wrote:
 Hi Sebastien,

 Thank you for your quick reply before :)

 Jboss, JMS, MDB are such a new thing for me. I heard them before but just 
 never use it in real apps.
 I'm considering AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehaviour like you've suggested while 
 waiting for others reply to this topic.

 Noven



 
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 To: users@wicket.apache.org; Noven noven_...@yahoo.com
 Sent: Monday, January 14, 2013 6:24 AM
 Subject: Re: ASK: Updating one wicket page's component from other wicket apps


 Hi,

 Well, if you want your 2 webapps communicates live, maybe
 you should consider an application server (JBoss?), JMS for sending the
 message, an MDB (message driven bean) to read the message (admin side)
 and wicket native socket (or wicket atmosphere) to send the message back
  to the admin (and refresh the datatable?)

 To be honest, it is
 not so easy. So maybe you can refine your requirements. For instance,
 could the updated information not be stored in the database (as they
 already sharing the same DB) instead of sending a message? Then the
 admin page could read the DB next time the page refreshes (or using a
 AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehavior)

 Hope this helps (a bit)
 Sebastien.


 On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 12:20 AM, Noven noven_...@yahoo.com wrote:

 My idea is, first the member's apps have to able to call an admin's wicket 
 page, than post it using atmosphere to update the component from Admin's page.

I just don't know what the best practice to achieve calling a wicket page 
from outside wicket apps.


Any help or suggestion appreciated. Thanks




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To: users@wicket.apache.org users@wicket.apache.org
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2013 5:53 AM
Subject: ASK: Updating one wicket page's component from other wicket apps


Hi all,

Currently, I am developing 2 separated wicket apps, they are an Admin's web 
and a Member's web. Both shared the same database but run in different tomcat 
container.

My question is how to achieve below use case:

On member's web: When a member submit a form, the form will send message to 
update a component (e.g. a datatable) on Admins' page. Or in the form's 
onSubmit method, it will call/ send parameter to the Admin's page. Later at 
the Admin's page it will update it's component base on the parameter.

I read about web service but have not find a good example on how updating a 
wicket page.

Thanks,
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Re: motion jpeg and wicket

2013-01-14 Thread Marc Nuri San Félix
Hello
The complex way of solving your problem would be by means of an
IRequestHandler and an IRequestMapper. I use this same system to generate
JSON responses in my projects without the need of using another servlet
thus sharing all of my wicket Session security information.

Your IRequestHandler should proxy the WebCam output to your response in a
way similar to this:

public void respond(IRequestCycle requestCycle) {
//Send bytes to the response you would need to gather your bytes first
requestCycle.getResponse().write(/* bytes*/);
//Get direct acces to outputStream so you can send bytes without holding
them in memory...
requestCycle.getResponse().getOutputStream();
//This may also be useful
if (requestCycle.getResponse() instanceof WebResponse) {
((WebResponse)
requestCycle.getResponse()).setContentType(YOUR/MIME/TYPE;
charset=YOUR-CONTENT-ENCODING);
}
}

Then you should program some kind of IRequestMapper that will handle your
Requests and return your custom IRequestHandler.

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On Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 11:19 PM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.orgwrote:

 You may try to push the updates with Atmosphere/Native WebSockets.

 Also see https://github.com/videlalvaro/gifsockets. May be useful for you.


 On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 12:14 AM, Decebal Suiu decebal.s...@asf.ro
 wrote:

  Hi
 
  @Marc Implementation using AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehavior is better that
  nothing, it's quick and dirty but it's not scalable. Think at some
 webcams
  on the same page with a FPS (frame per second) around 5.
 
  @Ernesto Cabzola has a streamer based on multipart/x-mixed-replace mime
  type but it uses a SocketServer to servers the clients and I want to use
 my
  servlet container that host my wicket application. I can use
 mjpg-streamer
  [1] or motion [2] to achieve the same functionality but I don't want to
  install additional software on my machine.
 
  Also I can write a StreamerServlet that serves requests related  to
 motion
  jpeg but my idea is to use the security, page parameters from my wicket
  application. For example on
 http://webcamapp/webcam?fps=2webcamId=1request
  I want to have the freedom to response with a multipart/x-mixed-replace
  mime type and writing my image bytes on response.getOutputStream(); I
 want
  here to do what I must do in a StreamerServlet [3] . Is it possible to
 have
  access completely to http response from wicket? Must I use a mapper or a
  bookmarkable page? Does my idea make sense?
 
  Another idea of mine is to use websocket (I want to explore more on this
  field :)) but I don't know if it's recommended for my scenario.
 
 
  [1] http://sourceforge.net/projects/mjpg-streamer/
  [2] http://www.lavrsen.dk/foswiki/bin/view/Motion/WebHome
 
  [3] out.writeBytes(Content-Type: multipart/x-mixed-replace;boundary= +
  BOUNDARY + \r\n);
   out.writeBytes(\r\n);
   out.writeBytes(-- + BOUNDARY + \n);
 
   byte[] imageBytes = ... ;
   while (true) {
out.writeBytes(Content-type: image/jpeg\n\n);
out.write(imageBytes); // pseudo code
out.writeBytes(-- + BOUNDARY + \n);
out.flush();
Thread.sleep(500);
   }
 
 
  Best regards,
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Re: motion jpeg and wicket

2013-01-14 Thread Martin Grigorov
On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 11:23 AM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro 
reier...@gmail.com wrote:

 Marc,

 You could still use another servlet and have access to wicket session
 via WicketSessionFilter.


Or use #mountReference(new MyResourceReference()) with MyIResourceImpl().




 On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 10:12 AM, Marc Nuri San Félix m...@marcnuri.com
 wrote:

  Hello
  The complex way of solving your problem would be by means of an
  IRequestHandler and an IRequestMapper. I use this same system to generate
  JSON responses in my projects without the need of using another servlet
  thus sharing all of my wicket Session security information.
 
  Your IRequestHandler should proxy the WebCam output to your response in a
  way similar to this:
 
  public void respond(IRequestCycle requestCycle) {
  //Send bytes to the response you would need to gather your bytes first
  requestCycle.getResponse().write(/* bytes*/);
  //Get direct acces to outputStream so you can send bytes without holding
  them in memory...
  requestCycle.getResponse().getOutputStream();
  //This may also be useful
  if (requestCycle.getResponse() instanceof WebResponse) {
  ((WebResponse)
  requestCycle.getResponse()).setContentType(YOUR/MIME/TYPE;
  charset=YOUR-CONTENT-ENCODING);
  }
  }
 
  Then you should program some kind of IRequestMapper that will handle your
  Requests and return your custom IRequestHandler.
 
  Regards
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  www.marcnuri.com
 
 
  On Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 11:19 PM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org
  wrote:
 
   You may try to push the updates with Atmosphere/Native WebSockets.
  
   Also see https://github.com/videlalvaro/gifsockets. May be useful for
  you.
  
  
   On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 12:14 AM, Decebal Suiu decebal.s...@asf.ro
   wrote:
  
Hi
   
@Marc Implementation using AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehavior is better
 that
nothing, it's quick and dirty but it's not scalable. Think at some
   webcams
on the same page with a FPS (frame per second) around 5.
   
@Ernesto Cabzola has a streamer based on multipart/x-mixed-replace
  mime
type but it uses a SocketServer to servers the clients and I want to
  use
   my
servlet container that host my wicket application. I can use
   mjpg-streamer
[1] or motion [2] to achieve the same functionality but I don't want
 to
install additional software on my machine.
   
Also I can write a StreamerServlet that serves requests related  to
   motion
jpeg but my idea is to use the security, page parameters from my
 wicket
application. For example on
   http://webcamapp/webcam?fps=2webcamId=1request
I want to have the freedom to response with a
  multipart/x-mixed-replace
mime type and writing my image bytes on response.getOutputStream(); I
   want
here to do what I must do in a StreamerServlet [3] . Is it possible
 to
   have
access completely to http response from wicket? Must I use a mapper
 or
  a
bookmarkable page? Does my idea make sense?
   
Another idea of mine is to use websocket (I want to explore more on
  this
field :)) but I don't know if it's recommended for my scenario.
   
   
[1] http://sourceforge.net/projects/mjpg-streamer/
[2] http://www.lavrsen.dk/foswiki/bin/view/Motion/WebHome
   
[3] out.writeBytes(Content-Type:
 multipart/x-mixed-replace;boundary=
  +
BOUNDARY + \r\n);
 out.writeBytes(\r\n);
 out.writeBytes(-- + BOUNDARY + \n);
   
 byte[] imageBytes = ... ;
 while (true) {
  out.writeBytes(Content-type: image/jpeg\n\n);
  out.write(imageBytes); // pseudo code
  out.writeBytes(-- + BOUNDARY + \n);
  out.flush();
  Thread.sleep(500);
 }
   
   
Best regards,
Decebal
   
   
   
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Re: motion jpeg and wicket

2013-01-14 Thread Decebal Suiu
Hi Marc

Thanks for response. A custom Mapper with a RequestHandler that do my job
was one of ideas but onRespond I must implement a while loop and I know if
it's ok.

For example:
public void respond(IRequestCycle requestCycle) {
   // se content type to multipart/x-mixed-replace;boundary=myboundry
   // set no cache
   // send grab images
while (!stop) {
// send next images
// sleep some milliseconds related to FPS (frames on second) 
}
}

A solution is to use an external servlet that handles request related to
webcam or a wicket push technic.
For me, wicket is a (nice) hammer on web development and the problem is that
I intend to resolve all problems this hammer :)

Best regards,
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Re: motion jpeg and wicket

2013-01-14 Thread Marc Nuri San Félix
Ernesto I prefer to have all my URL mappings centralized, so I try to use
the Wicket way where available. Although it's interesting to know that you
can access wicket Session this way.

What I'd really do is try to proxy/tunnel the stream directly from the
webcam to the client using an appropriate format once I've checked the
request is from an identified client. This would be the most memory
efficient way.
I suppose that if the webcam offers some kind of streamable video format
 (instead of buffered images), you could forward the response output from
the webcam to the client. This way the client would make a single request
to your wicket server and cpu and memory usage would be minimized.

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On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 10:30 AM, Decebal Suiu decebal.s...@asf.ro wrote:

 Hi Marc

 Thanks for response. A custom Mapper with a RequestHandler that do my job
 was one of ideas but onRespond I must implement a while loop and I know if
 it's ok.

 For example:
 public void respond(IRequestCycle requestCycle) {
// se content type to multipart/x-mixed-replace;boundary=myboundry
// set no cache
// send grab images
 while (!stop) {
 // send next images
 // sleep some milliseconds related to FPS (frames on second)
 }
 }

 A solution is to use an external servlet that handles request related to
 webcam or a wicket push technic.
 For me, wicket is a (nice) hammer on web development and the problem is
 that
 I intend to resolve all problems this hammer :)

 Best regards,
 Decebal



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Radio AjaxEventBehavior(onclick)

2013-01-14 Thread Ronny.Voss
Hi People

I searched community on this scenario:
Catch onclick event on Radio AT RadioGroup level (so to speak). So no matter 
how many Radio I have, I could handle actual actions to be taken at one place, 
ie RadioGroup -- identify the selected Radio. This seems straight forward on a 
Submit+Form, but the case here is it should be on the onclick event.

Not sure how to support - any wise recommendations for me?

Best regards/Med venlig hilsen
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Re: Radio AjaxEventBehavior(onclick)

2013-01-14 Thread francois meillet
On the RadioGroup you can add an AjaxFormChoiceComponentUpdatingBehavior()

François


On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 12:01 PM, ronny.v...@consult.nordea.com wrote:

 Hi People

 I searched community on this scenario:
 Catch onclick event on Radio AT RadioGroup level (so to speak). So no
 matter how many Radio I have, I could handle actual actions to be taken at
 one place, ie RadioGroup -- identify the selected Radio. This seems
 straight forward on a Submit+Form, but the case here is it should be on the
 onclick event.

 Not sure how to support - any wise recommendations for me?

 Best regards/Med venlig hilsen
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 Online  Securities Processing Solutions
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Re: Ajax request stopped because of precondition check

2013-01-14 Thread Andrea Del Bene
AJAX precodintions are handled with interface IAjaxCallListener. Check 
if your AjaxLink overrides method updateAjaxAttributes and if it adds 
one or more IAjaxCallListener

Hi,

I am using jquery ui menu widget and AjaxLink for the menu items. The click 
event fails because of a precondition error:
Ajax request stopped because of precondition check, url: 
./publisher?1-1.IBehaviorListener.0-publisher-outerSplitter-left-publisher


I saw similar issues in the archive but the solutions seems not match my issue.

Any idea how I can nail down the problem?

This is with wicket 6.4.0 and jQuery 1.8.23.

Thanks,
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wicket 1.5 ajax replace and jquery memory leak

2013-01-14 Thread Sven Meier

Hi all,

I'm investigating a browser memory leak in an application based on 
Wicket 1.4.


We're using jQuery event handlers (qtip) on rows in a Wicket dataTable. 
Each time paging of the dataTable is changed through Ajax, the web page 
leaks jQuery objects and DOM nodes.
I think the cause for this is when Wicket replaces DOM nodes as a result 
of the Ajax call, the jQuery cache is not cleaned up.


The problem should be the same with Wicket 1.5. With Wicket 6 it is no 
longer a problem, since now Wicket uses jQuery to alter the DOM tree and 
jQuery keeps care of its cache automatically.


So my questions are:
- Did I miss something, is there some interoperability layer for Wicket 
1.4/1.5 and jQuery to prevent this?
- As we're using wiquery, is there some magic feature to make Wicket use 
jQuery's replace functionality?

- Or isn't this a problem at all?

Thanks
Sven


Re: wicket 1.5 ajax replace and jquery memory leak

2013-01-14 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi Sven,


On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 3:23 PM, Sven Meier s...@meiers.net wrote:

 Hi all,

 I'm investigating a browser memory leak in an application based on Wicket
 1.4.

 We're using jQuery event handlers (qtip) on rows in a Wicket dataTable.
 Each time paging of the dataTable is changed through Ajax, the web page
 leaks jQuery objects and DOM nodes.
 I think the cause for this is when Wicket replaces DOM nodes as a result
 of the Ajax call, the jQuery cache is not cleaned up.

 The problem should be the same with Wicket 1.5. With Wicket 6 it is no
 longer a problem, since now Wicket uses jQuery to alter the DOM tree and
 jQuery keeps care of its cache automatically.

 So my questions are:
 - Did I miss something, is there some interoperability layer for Wicket
 1.4/1.5 and jQuery to prevent this?
 - As we're using wiquery, is there some magic feature to make Wicket use
 jQuery's replace functionality?


This should be easy to try.
Contribute your own .js file *after* wicket-ajax.js that overrides (monkey
patches) Wicket.replaceOuterHtml() method and uses jQuery as
Wicket.DOM.replace() does in Wicket 6.x.

Wicket.replaceOuterHtml = function(element, newOuterHtml) {
  var $newElement = jQuery(newOuterHtml);
  jQuery(element).after($newElement).remove();
}


 - Or isn't this a problem at all?

 Thanks
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Re: wicket 1.5 ajax replace and jquery memory leak

2013-01-14 Thread Sven Meier

Thanks Martin,

I was afraid of that answer ;).

@wiquery-devs:
Does wiquery help here or do I have to roll my own monkey-patch?

Thanks
Sven


On 01/14/2013 02:40 PM, Martin Grigorov wrote:

Hi Sven,


On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 3:23 PM, Sven Meier s...@meiers.net wrote:


Hi all,

I'm investigating a browser memory leak in an application based on Wicket
1.4.

We're using jQuery event handlers (qtip) on rows in a Wicket dataTable.
Each time paging of the dataTable is changed through Ajax, the web page
leaks jQuery objects and DOM nodes.
I think the cause for this is when Wicket replaces DOM nodes as a result
of the Ajax call, the jQuery cache is not cleaned up.

The problem should be the same with Wicket 1.5. With Wicket 6 it is no
longer a problem, since now Wicket uses jQuery to alter the DOM tree and
jQuery keeps care of its cache automatically.

So my questions are:
- Did I miss something, is there some interoperability layer for Wicket
1.4/1.5 and jQuery to prevent this?
- As we're using wiquery, is there some magic feature to make Wicket use
jQuery's replace functionality?


This should be easy to try.
Contribute your own .js file *after* wicket-ajax.js that overrides (monkey
patches) Wicket.replaceOuterHtml() method and uses jQuery as
Wicket.DOM.replace() does in Wicket 6.x.

Wicket.replaceOuterHtml = function(element, newOuterHtml) {
   var $newElement = jQuery(newOuterHtml);
   jQuery(element).after($newElement).remove();
}



- Or isn't this a problem at all?

Thanks
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Re: wicket 1.5 ajax replace and jquery memory leak

2013-01-14 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Hi,

On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 4:13 PM, Sven Meier s...@meiers.net wrote:

 Thanks Martin,

 I was afraid of that answer ;).

 @wiquery-devs:
 Does wiquery help here or do I have to roll my own monkey-patch?


AFAIK there is nothing on wiquery to fix that...  but I might be wrong.

By the way... I have found a similar issue on YUI based date picker
of wicket-datetime extension. E.g. date pickers created in a repeater are
not removed from YAHOO.wicket object (on client) and this object grows
and grows and date pickers creation  becomes slower and slower  (at least
on 1.4.x). I had to fix that for a client using 1.4.x... Let e see if I can
create a quickstart illustrating this (for 6.x).



 Thanks
 Sven



 On 01/14/2013 02:40 PM, Martin Grigorov wrote:

 Hi Sven,


 On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 3:23 PM, Sven Meier s...@meiers.net wrote:

  Hi all,

 I'm investigating a browser memory leak in an application based on Wicket
 1.4.

 We're using jQuery event handlers (qtip) on rows in a Wicket dataTable.
 Each time paging of the dataTable is changed through Ajax, the web page
 leaks jQuery objects and DOM nodes.
 I think the cause for this is when Wicket replaces DOM nodes as a result
 of the Ajax call, the jQuery cache is not cleaned up.

 The problem should be the same with Wicket 1.5. With Wicket 6 it is no
 longer a problem, since now Wicket uses jQuery to alter the DOM tree and
 jQuery keeps care of its cache automatically.

 So my questions are:
 - Did I miss something, is there some interoperability layer for Wicket
 1.4/1.5 and jQuery to prevent this?
 - As we're using wiquery, is there some magic feature to make Wicket use
 jQuery's replace functionality?

  This should be easy to try.
 Contribute your own .js file *after* wicket-ajax.js that overrides (monkey
 patches) Wicket.replaceOuterHtml() method and uses jQuery as
 Wicket.DOM.replace() does in Wicket 6.x.

 Wicket.replaceOuterHtml = function(element, newOuterHtml) {
var $newElement = jQuery(newOuterHtml);
jQuery(element).after($**newElement).remove();
 }


  - Or isn't this a problem at all?

 Thanks
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RE: Eclipse-IDE Plugin Wicket Bench not existing (any more)?

2013-01-14 Thread Paul Bors
That's weird because in Eclipse Indigo (and prior version) I configured
Eclipse to have the default Java editor be replaced with the wicket-bench
editor and things worked fine for me for both Wicket and traditional Java
projects. Even for traditional Java projects it saved room as the
wicket-bench editor would open the associated *.properties file for you :)

Things stopped working with the upgrade to Eclipse Juno, and I would love to
get my hands on the source code for wicket-bench to see if at least the tab
feature can be ported over to Juno as everything else can be handled by
qwickie (or add it as an optional editor to qwickie).

~ Thank you,
  Paul Bors

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To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Eclipse-IDE Plugin Wicket Bench not existing (any more)?

On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 10:24 PM, Paul Bors p...@bors.ws wrote:
 I know I use that too, but what I really liked about wicket-bench was 
 the bottom tabs for the Java resources. The associated HTML files and 
 etc did not have to be open in a different top tab but they were 
 associated with the Java page/panel in a list of bottom tabs per Java
file.

It really was a screen space saver, but unfortunately it didn't work great
in the default eclipse way of doing things. e.g. the debugger would always
open up a new editor instead of the embedded editor, etc.
It was annoying to the point I didn't bother installing the wicket bench
plugin. In the discussions at the time it seemed like something that was
very hard to solve properly, so this particular feature would always be
rather awkward to use.

Martijn

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Multiple select drop down in Wicket

2013-01-14 Thread kshitiz
Hi,

I am trying to implement multiple select drop down in Wicket. I am able to
create multi select drop down view using bootstrap but I am not able to get
how to relate selected options with IModel of drop down component? Is there
any possibility in Wicket?



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RE: Multiple select drop down in Wicket

2013-01-14 Thread Paul Bors
Multiple selects take a collection of objects and not a single object for
the model type so you should use IModel? extends CollectionObjectType.

For example see how your favorite sites is used on:
http://www.wicket-library.com/wicket-examples/forminput

~ Thank you,
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To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Multiple select drop down in Wicket

Hi,

I am trying to implement multiple select drop down in Wicket. I am able to
create multi select drop down view using bootstrap but I am not able to get
how to relate selected options with IModel of drop down component? Is there
any possibility in Wicket?



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Re: wicket 1.5 ajax replace and jquery memory leak

2013-01-14 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Hi,

On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 4:23 PM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro 
reier...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,

 On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 4:13 PM, Sven Meier s...@meiers.net wrote:

 Thanks Martin,

 I was afraid of that answer ;).

 @wiquery-devs:
 Does wiquery help here or do I have to roll my own monkey-patch?


 AFAIK there is nothing on wiquery to fix that...  but I might be wrong.

 By the way... I have found a similar issue on YUI based date picker
 of wicket-datetime extension. E.g. date pickers created in a repeater are
 not removed from YAHOO.wicket object (on client) and this object grows
 and grows and date pickers creation  becomes slower and slower  (at least
 on 1.4.x). I had to fix that for a client using 1.4.x... Let e see if I can
 create a quickstart illustrating this (for 6.x).


https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-4975

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Re: Ajax request stopped because of precondition check

2013-01-14 Thread Oliver Krohne
Hi,

I am not overriding updateAjaxAttributes, I am just implementing onClick. The 
AjaxLink is working fine outside the jquery ui menu. It seems to be a problem 
with the events of the menu widget. 

Can I somehow disable the precondition  on the AjaxLink?

Thanks,
Oliver

Am 14.01.2013 um 12:45 schrieb Andrea Del Bene:

 AJAX precodintions are handled with interface IAjaxCallListener. Check if 
 your AjaxLink overrides method updateAjaxAttributes and if it adds one or 
 more IAjaxCallListener
 Hi,
 
 I am using jquery ui menu widget and AjaxLink for the menu items. The click 
 event fails because of a precondition error:
 Ajax request stopped because of precondition check, url: 
 ./publisher?1-1.IBehaviorListener.0-publisher-outerSplitter-left-publisher
 
 
 I saw similar issues in the archive but the solutions seems not match my 
 issue.
 
 Any idea how I can nail down the problem?
 
 This is with wicket 6.4.0 and jQuery 1.8.23.
 
 Thanks,
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Wicket getLocalizer().getString(.. Issue

2013-01-14 Thread vijay
Hi All, 

I am using getLocalizer().getString(..,..) to fetch the resource (.property
file) content. 

But it always  fetching the content from cache and to get the latest change
in the resource file 
have to restart the server again, which is a big issue as we can't start
production server every time on change of property file. 

I had done many heat and trial but not get success :(

Please suggest to resolve this issue... 

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Re: Wicket getLocalizer().getString(.. Issue

2013-01-14 Thread Francois Meillet
Application.getResourceSettings().getLocalizer().clearCache() does that.
You can also use the clearLocalizerCache method via jmx, within the Application 
mbean.

François


Le 14 janv. 2013 à 13:11, vijay sevijay@gmail.com a écrit :

 Hi All, 
 
 I am using getLocalizer().getString(..,..) to fetch the resource (.property
 file) content. 
 
 But it always  fetching the content from cache and to get the latest change
 in the resource file 
 have to restart the server again, which is a big issue as we can't start
 production server every time on change of property file. 
 
 I had done many heat and trial but not get success :(
 
 Please suggest to resolve this issue... 
 
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AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior onUpdate() not triggered sometimes

2013-01-14 Thread shimin_q
Hi,

I have a DropDownChoice that I  implemented an
AjxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior onUpdate() method.  I have been battling
with a problem with its onUpdate() not being triggered/executed every time
user selects a choice from the DropDownChoice.  In Firefox, it sometimes is
triggered, sometime not; in IE9/Safari/Chrome, it's not triggered at all.  

Now I have another DropDownChoice with onUpdate() behavior implemented, it
seems to work every time.  The only difference I can see is that this
DropDownChoice is directly placed in a Form; while the one that does not
work is placed in a table under a Form. 

The one that works:

form id=createMPForm wicket:id=createMPForm

div data-role=fieldcontain data-theme=b wicket:id=profileTypeRow
 
label for=profileType class=select
wicket:id=profileTypeLabelProfile Type:/label
select name=profileType id=profileType wicket:id=type
data-theme=b
optiondefault/option
optionOXE/option
optionOT/option
/select
/div

The one that does not work some times:

form id=createForm wicket:id=createForm
div id=user


  
 
 
 label for=userType wicket:id=userTypeLabel
class=requiredLabelUser Type/label
 select id=userType name=userType wicket:id=userType
  optiondefault/option
   optionOXE/option
   optionOT/option
/select 


The java code for two DropDownChoice is similar, where userTypeBox is a
DropDownChoice component:

userTypeBox.add(new 
AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(onChange) {
private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
resetFieldsPerUserType(target);
target.add(salutationRow);
target.add(firstNameRow);
target.add(lastNameRow);
target.add(metaProfileRow);

Anyone can tell me if being directly under a Form or not would make the
difference here?  Thanks!!



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RE: Multiple select drop down in Wicket

2013-01-14 Thread Paul Bors
Yes, the example shows a ListMultipleChoice. Is that not working for you?

~ Thank you,
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To: users@wicket.apache.org
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Are you talking about ListMultipleChoice or drop down choice with multiple
select option? I am not able to find out any example regarding multiple
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Image does not appears not always

2013-01-14 Thread Delange
I have a website where a user can upload images. On the first page, i always
show one image on this home page

Strange enough, mostly i can see the image but sometimes not.

What could be the reason that no image is shown?


@Html
images/noimage.jpg 


@Directory structure
wepapps
   mywebsite
design 
with more subdirectories, name = a number, contains images0
WEB-INF


@Java
String filename = noimage.jpg;
File[] files = getUploadFolder(design.getNumber()).listFiles();
 
if (files != null  files.length  0) {
filename  = files[0].getName();
item.add( getImage( design.getNumber() + / + filename) );
} else {
item.add(new Image(image, new
ContextRelativeResource(images/noimage.jpg)));
}

private Folder getUploadFolder(long designnumber) {
String folderLocation = MyProperties.getImageLocation();
Folder folder = new Folder(folderLocation+designnumber, );
folder.mkdirs();
logger.info(path=+folder.getAbsolutePath());
File[] files = folder.getFiles();
return  folder; 
}
private Image getImage(String imageName){
Image image =  new Image(image  , new ContextRelativeResource(
/design/+imageName));
return image;
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Re: Wicket Contractor

2013-01-14 Thread Petr Sakař
Hello Tom,
I would be definitely interested (and surprisingly would hopefully fulfil
your requirements (well Hibernate 4.1)), but I'm living in Europe/Prague.
Any chance you would open development center here ?
Petr Sakar

 To anyone that is interested:

 My company (The Ridge Tool Company) is looking for a contractor
 experienced
 with Wicket, Spring, and TDD.

 The Ridge Tool Company is an Emerson-owned company that creates
 high-quality tools.  Our team owns all development of all java web
 applications used by our suppliers, distributors and Ridge Tool employees.

 Most of our work consists of new development with Wicket 1.5, Hibernate
 3.6, and Spring 3.1.  Once in a while we need to work on our legacy code,
 which is a mixture of old-style JSP and Struts 1.x.  Our development
 Server
 is WebLogic 11g and our Staging/Production servers are OAS 10g.

 Thanks,
 *Tom Norton | Web Application Programmer*
 *Ridge Tool Company | 400 Clark St. | Elyria, OH 44035*



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Re: Wicket Contractor - please ignore, sorry for sending to wrong email

2013-01-14 Thread Petr Sakař
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HttpsMapper broken with Mounted pages

2013-01-14 Thread Jeremy Levy
I believe I may have stumbled upon somewhat serious issue with 6.4.0 (and
possibly earlier).  A page that is annotated with @RequiresHttps and is
mounted with any encoding method, when requested directly, or linked to is
not switched over to https. If the page is not specifically mounted it
works as expected.

I was able to recreate this in my application as well as in a standalone
'quickstart' project.  As far as I could see
HttpsMapper.getDesiredSchemeFor wasn't even being called for the mounted
pages.

I'll debug the issue tomorrow and submit a patch if I can figure it out,
however I thought this was serious enough to bring up here right away.

Jeremy

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Re: Ajax request stopped because of precondition check

2013-01-14 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

There is a default precondition that checks that the HTML element (the link
in this case) on which the event ('click') listens is still in the current
DOM document.
But I don't see how it will return false - if it wasn't in the document
then you wont be able to click on it.

If you are able to create a quickstart please attach it to Jira so we can
debug it.


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 wrote:

 Hi,

 I am not overriding updateAjaxAttributes, I am just implementing onClick.
 The AjaxLink is working fine outside the jquery ui menu. It seems to be a
 problem with the events of the menu widget.

 Can I somehow disable the precondition  on the AjaxLink?

 Thanks,
 Oliver

 Am 14.01.2013 um 12:45 schrieb Andrea Del Bene:

  AJAX precodintions are handled with interface IAjaxCallListener. Check
 if your AjaxLink overrides method updateAjaxAttributes and if it adds one
 or more IAjaxCallListener
  Hi,
 
  I am using jquery ui menu widget and AjaxLink for the menu items. The
 click event fails because of a precondition error:
  Ajax request stopped because of precondition check, url:
 ./publisher?1-1.IBehaviorListener.0-publisher-outerSplitter-left-publisher
 
 
  I saw similar issues in the archive but the solutions seems not match
 my issue.
 
  Any idea how I can nail down the problem?
 
  This is with wicket 6.4.0 and jQuery 1.8.23.
 
  Thanks,
  Oliver
 
 
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MounterMapper and optional parameters

2013-01-14 Thread Dirk Forchel
Hallo,
I'd like to get an hint how to provide the following URLs. What is the
preferred way to improve our existing URLs?
We need search-friendly URLs by naming them with clear keywords.
For example for product pages the current URL looks like:
http://localhost:8080/product.html?product=1234
This should be changed to be:
http://localhost:8080/products/category-name/product-name-1234.html
where the category-name and product-name part are optional. Only the ID
(e.g. 1234) is an essential parameter. 
I know, that the MountedMapper introduced with Wicket 1.5 is smart enough to
handle a mix of supported parameter types
(https://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/request-mapping.html).
And I assume, that mounting the ProductPage could be the following way:

addPage(/products/${category_name}/${product_name}/#{id},
ProductPage.class)

This uses a named parameter id and an optional named parameters
category_name and product_name.

I assume that the following pattern is not working (I did not try it):

addPage(/products/${category_name}/${product_name}-#{id}.html,
ProductPage.class)

How would I provide such a pattern?




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Re: AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior onUpdate() not triggered sometimes

2013-01-14 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

Which version of Wicket do you use ?
Try with 'change' as event name, instead of 'onChange'.


On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 10:01 PM, shimin_q smq...@hotmail.com wrote:

 Hi,

 I have a DropDownChoice that I  implemented an
 AjxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior onUpdate() method.  I have been battling
 with a problem with its onUpdate() not being triggered/executed every time
 user selects a choice from the DropDownChoice.  In Firefox, it sometimes is
 triggered, sometime not; in IE9/Safari/Chrome, it's not triggered at all.

 Now I have another DropDownChoice with onUpdate() behavior implemented, it
 seems to work every time.  The only difference I can see is that this
 DropDownChoice is directly placed in a Form; while the one that does not
 work is placed in a table under a Form.

 The one that works:

 form id=createMPForm wicket:id=createMPForm

 div data-role=fieldcontain data-theme=b
 wicket:id=profileTypeRow

 label for=profileType class=select
 wicket:id=profileTypeLabelProfile Type:/label
 select name=profileType id=profileType
 wicket:id=type
 data-theme=b
 optiondefault/option
 optionOXE/option
 optionOT/option
 /select
 /div

 The one that does not work some times:

 form id=createForm wicket:id=createForm
 div id=user





  label for=userType wicket:id=userTypeLabel
 class=requiredLabelUser Type/label
  select id=userType name=userType
 wicket:id=userType
   optiondefault/option
optionOXE/option
optionOT/option
 /select


 The java code for two DropDownChoice is similar, where userTypeBox is a
 DropDownChoice component:

 userTypeBox.add(new
 AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(onChange) {
 private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
 protected void onUpdate(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
 resetFieldsPerUserType(target);
 target.add(salutationRow);
 target.add(firstNameRow);
 target.add(lastNameRow);
 target.add(metaProfileRow);

 Anyone can tell me if being directly under a Form or not would make the
 difference here?  Thanks!!



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