Re: Size of ListView

2010-07-22 Thread Danny van Bruggen
No, we can't change the component tree in onAfterRender - Wicket
complains that it cannot increase the page version after rendering.

On 7/21/10, Vincent Lussenburg vincent.lussenb...@gmail.com wrote:
 I remember trying that, but getting slapped by wicket for trying to change
 the component tree after rendering.. Or am I missing something?

 We'll doublecheck it tomorrow.

 Groet,
 Vincent

 On Jul 21, 2010, at 18:37, Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.com wrote:

 if the data is strictly read-only and does not contain any links you
 can try removing the list items in afterrender()

 -igor

 On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 7:50 AM, Danny van Bruggen tsuih...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 Hello all,

 We're developing a non-Ajax application that displays a bunch of big
 tables - about five columns, 300 rows. Since session size was
 increasing a lot, we looked into the cause of it, and (after making
 everything detachable and switching to PropertyListModel) found out
 that the ListItems of each ListView still accounted for about 100k.

 Since all the data in the tables is read only, we're wondering if we
 can skip serializing the ListItems. Is this possible?

 Is there another approach?

 Danny van Bruggen

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Size of ListView

2010-07-21 Thread Danny van Bruggen
Hello all,

We're developing a non-Ajax application that displays a bunch of big
tables - about five columns, 300 rows. Since session size was
increasing a lot, we looked into the cause of it, and (after making
everything detachable and switching to PropertyListModel) found out
that the ListItems of each ListView still accounted for about 100k.

Since all the data in the tables is read only, we're wondering if we
can skip serializing the ListItems. Is this possible?

Is there another approach?

Danny van Bruggen

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Re: Wicket portlet

2008-11-10 Thread Danny van Bruggen
Hi Pierre,

As far as I know (and I'm not an authority,) the status is as follows:

- portlet 1.0 support is OK
- portlet 2.0 support should be implemented soon (maybe it has
already been done?)
- Websphere is broken and does not accept Wicket portlets. Neither WS
or Wicket want to fix it.

Hopefully someone can give you more inside information ;)

Danny

On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 8:25 PM, Pierre Goupil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hello all,

 I'm currently evaluating Struts2 Vs. Wicket 1.3.5 as a Web framework in a
 portlet environment. I'm using eXo WebOS as a portal.

 My question is : what's the status of portlet support in Wicket ? I don't
 really care about portlet 1.0 or 2.0 but I'm looking for a fairly robust and
 easy-to-go integration of my Web framework and my portal.

 Hope to be clear !

 Cheers,

 Pierre



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Re: Websphere Portal 6 + Wicket Portlet Experience

2008-06-11 Thread Danny van Bruggen
Hello all,

We want to get Websphere Portal working with Wicket for the portlets,
has anybody managed to do this by now? The quoted thread in which the
problem is discussed suddenly fell silent :(

Danny

On 1/9/08, fapereira [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  First of all thanks forthe quicky reply.

  In fact im currently try to make my own implementation/changes for IBM
  Websphere Portal/Application 6.0 (yes both running in 6.0).

  I will update this thread with my feedback about my experimentations in the
  web fear world :)

  Best regards,
  Fernando



  Ate Douma wrote:
  
   Fernando,
  
   I don't use Websphere Portal 6 (mainly Jetspeed-2), but I googled a bit
   for their support of the Apache Bridges SerlvetContextProvider and
   PortletResourceURLFactory functionality.
   It looks like it is now possible to use Websphere and Websphere Portal
   specific APIs to implement these interfaces.
  
   To support the ServletContextProvider, they have just released Fix Pack 13
   for Websphere 6.1 which now provides an implementation [1].
   LOL, finally someone got them to allow using the Struts Bridge I wrote 3
   years ago besides their own Struts Bridge implementation ;)
  
   For the PortletResourceURLFactory, AFAIK there isn't formal (IBM) support
   for yet, but I think it should be possible to write an implementation
   yourself now by
   looking at the new Single Portlet Refresh API in Websphere Portal 6.0.1
   [2]
   It will require some experimenting and coding yourself, but looking at the
   examples given it definitely seems doable.
  
   If you do manage to get this working, please keep us informed.
   Would be very nice to add Websphere Portal 6 (.0.1) to the list of
   supported portals.
  
   NB: As the JSR-286 and the RI at Pluto is nearing its completion [3,4], I
   plan to start working on formal JSR-286 compliant Wicket Portlet support
   real soon.
   Then none of these proprietary interfaces will be needed as JSR-286
   supports these features natively.
  
   Regards,
  
   Ate
  
  
   [1] http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=180uid=swg1PK52044
   [2]
   
 http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0712_behl/0712_behl.html?S_TACT=105AGX10S_CMP=LP
   [3] http://hnsp.inf-bb.uni-jena.de/spec/ (temporarily JSR-286 drafts)
   [4]
   http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/portals/pluto/branches/1.1-286-trunk-merge/
  
   Martijn Dashorst wrote:
   Ate or Janne may be the ones to provide feedback. As it has been a
   vacation
   in the Netherlands, it may take a while for them to catch up.
   Martijn
  
   On Jan 7, 2008 12:13 PM, fapereira [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  
   Any feedback please?
  
   Thanks!
  
  
   fapereira wrote:
   Hello everyone,
   i'm currently research the best way to use framework that can do clean
   as
   possible development for normal web apps and portlets.
  
   What i understand the way that wicket do that, its using Apache Portals
   Bridges, but that require that the portal server implements the current
   interfaces bellow:
  
   a) Apache Portals Bridges ServletContextProvider interface
   b) Apache Portals Bridges PortletResourceURLFactory interface
  
   My problem here its the fact i use webfear, ops.. websphere
   application/portal 6.0.
   I want to know all kind of feedback related with the experience using
   wicket in this specific portal/version.
  
   Thanks very much for your attention.
   Best Regards,
   Fernando.
  
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Re: Any interest in a Wicket User Group meeting in The Netherlands?

2007-09-10 Thread Danny van Bruggen
I'm interested. I've only just started, so every topic is helpful to
me :) Amersfoort is fine for me.

Danny

On 9/7/07, Johan Compagner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 hi,

 I can organize one if there is enough interest
 Martijn and i will be there then.

 And for example if people are also interested in the wicket security i will
 also drag Maurice to the table.

 johan


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