Wiquery offers a wide range of Behaviors in order to make components Draggable.
There are a few Components which demand a certain type of tag to be used.
We have experienced that the more flexible you make your API the more dumb
questions people ask and the less they use it.
Per WiQuery 6.0.0 IWiQueryPlugin is deprecated. Users have to add the resources
to the component themselves.
From: Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro [reier...@gmail.com]
Sent: 18 September 2012 08:47
Subject: Re: DatePicker
of removing it completely. For example: all Behaviors in
WiQuery will check if the statement() function is still used and if so use the
new approach to render.
Our artifacts can be found at maven central. See listing here:
Sorry for the late response but I was on holiday.
The 2 code snippets below do exactly the same. They look different but they
both perform new wicketdnd.DropTarget(...) when the dom is loaded and ready.
Can you provide a better/bigger example?
I checked your other posts and saw a
just over 2MB new quickstart.
(Probably worth it).
On 09/05/2012 10:38, Hielke Hoeve wrote:
Your 10mb of WiQuery puzzles me. The wiquery-core jar is 256 KB and the
wiquery-jquery-ui jar is 857KB. I wonder which jars you include in your war.
If you do not use jQuery UI
We now have a working WiQuery 6. I will release a new snapshot tonight, but you
can clone it from github already.
From: Tom Eugelink [mailto:t...@tbee.org]
Sent: vrijdag 13 april 2012 14:44
Subject: Re: wicket 6.0
Your 10mb of WiQuery puzzles me. The wiquery-core jar is 256 KB and the
wiquery-jquery-ui jar is 857KB. I wonder which jars you include in your war. If
you do not use jQuery UI then there is no need for wiquery-jquery-ui.
From: Jesse Long
JSESSIONIDs are not inherently secure. Users can be so dumb as to copy/paste an
url with an JSESSIONID as query parameter and send it to someone else via
email/msn/etc. When that other person clicks the url, while the first person is
logged in, he is logged in as well. Webapplications
If you can specify what I need to add in the pom.xml of WiQuery then I am happy
to add it, however this Ivy is unknown to me so I have no idea what to do.
Sources themselves are not a viable dependency for any java project using using
dependency management or not, they are merely fetched so
Strange that the system cannot find it while it can in production. Are you sure
the package is present on production, you did not forget a library?
From: N. Metzger [mailto:nmetz...@odu.edu]
Sent: vrijdag 2 maart 2012 3:03
Sounds like you updated wiquery-core but not wiquery-jquery-ui. If you open
IWiQueryInitializer in eclipse and open a type hierarchy you can see if
WiQueryUIInitializer is a subclass or not. If not then you probably have a
version difference somewhere.
To roll your own theme use www.themeroller.com and when done choose download.
You can then use the contents of the zipfile to create your own
resourcereference to use in IThemableApplication.
From: Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro [mailto:reier...@gmail.com]
I have spend about 100 hours in creating a Wicket 1.3 port. Because half of
Wicket consists of anonymous classes it is near impossible. I had to add about
1000 new subclasses to get the core to work. When it compiled and actually
wanted to start and bind to a port I was unable to get the pages
Better late than never:
To respond to your question again: why would you want to use both? They seem to
do the same thing...
From: atomix [mailto:say_i_love_you_4e...@yahoo.com]
Sent: donderdag 26 januari 2012 21:14
Correct. You need to use modifiers or appenders on your components if you
manually apply the style or call any jquery functions to make sure that jquery
reapplies the styles. The html gets replaced and with that any jquery additions
generated on the client. You can use the
. If you want to disable any
tab after first render you should use an ajax call and call
If there is a bug in WiQuery then please report it here:
From: Marco Springer
Glad to hear you got it working as well. I have some apps on google app engine
as well. Tried all the tutorials and 'useful' maven plugins but all just didn't
do the trick for me. I now use maven's resources plugin to copy the resources
from the maven repository to the war/lib
Unfortunately this is the (only) way how WiQuery can work. If you provide some
code we can help you fix this, otherwise we'll have to try and read minds which
is bound to fail :)
From: dennisB [mailto:dennisbo...@gmail.com]
Sent: dinsdag 20
Thats something that i would like to know once you stumble upon it. Adding
dummy behaviors to fix things should not be necessary. I will try and fix the
From: Chris Hawkins [mailto:ch...@chawkins.com]
Sent: dinsdag 20 december 2011 19:12
Found it :) A silly bug... I squashed it and committed a fix and released a new
snapshot version. Can you guys verify it is working now?
From: Hielke Hoeve [mailto:hielke.ho...@topicus.nl]
Sent: woensdag 21 december 2011 8:06
We have this problem with an application connecting to MS SQL Server. It seems
that the applications stalls upon connecting to the database. This issue has
been reported: http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=7105007.
We had to revert to jdk 1.6_u25 to make it work. Java 7 works as
If you come here and try to start a flame about how bad Wicket is while you
obviously have no clue how it works then atleast have the decency to write a
propert post instead of a lame list of cons (and no pros) and a oneliner saying
Spring MVC is the only other option...
We have been working on improving WiQuery to use more and more (new) features
of Wicket 1.5. Now that Wicket 1.5 has its first release it is time for us to
do the same. Last few weeks we released RCs and have pinpointed some bugs and
flaws. Now that nearly all of them have been
Why was the return type of getContainerRequest() altered to Object? Everyone is
now casting the result to HttpServletRequest anyway. So changing the api kind
of defeats the purpose :)
From: Martin Grigorov [mailto:mgrigo...@apache.org]
Sent: donderdag 8
JDK1.5+ covariant return type
On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 10:24 AM, Hielke Hoeve hielke.ho...@topicus.nl wrote:
Why was the return type
This is probably a browser 'feature' where certain form field get cached
client-side. Very annoying especially since they can show unexpected
behavior... autocomplete=off is optional so not all browsers use it.
From: Anna Simbirtsev
* How models work and best practices for wicket/hibernate
* how ajax behaviors should be used
* how are resources defined and used
* how to make a multilingual site using resource models
From: Jeremy Thomerson [mailto:jer...@wickettraining.com]
We have to use SAML2 in wicket as well, but there are absolutely no
libraries for java available. Let alone proper documentation... It seems
this is a wheel to be invented...
From: fachhoch [mailto:fachh...@gmail.com]
Sent: woensdag 20 juli 2011 16:33
I find the documentation appalling. I have searched for 2 days for
proper libraries and all I could find was either half a library,
outdated libraries, old libraries, libraries with fuzzy documentation or
a full blown server installation (openaselectserver.org). I might be
spoiled as openid4java
This looks like a styling issue as the google layer (controls and
buttons) does fill the window. Have you tried inspecting the html
elements (chrome and firefox+firebug are easiest to use) to see if maybe
one of the html elements in the window have wrong css classes assigned?
Using static non-final fields in a multi user environment is very very
very very bad. The only cases you should use static are for example a
logger (log4j etc) a global variable defining a number or string.
If you do need to keep track of something using final then wrap this
using the ThreadLocal
From: Miroslav F. [mailto:mir...@seznam.cz]
Sent: dinsdag 7 juni 2011 11:42
Subject: RE: database
You need to make an xml envelope, fill that with the right url to call
add arguments for the function, calling something like an ajax url that
returns json data is way quicker.
From: wmike1...@gmail.com [mailto:wmike1...@gmail.com]
Sent: maandag 16 mei 2011
What is it exactly what you want to achieve? What is the use case? Why
would you want the browser to do a soap call? That is quite expensive as
you will need the browser to build a soap xml message and send it and
parse the soap response message.
You could use an ajax callback to wicket in the onbeforeunload and do
something serverside but showing a modalwindow is probably impossible as
the onbeforeunload will continue after the ajax call is done...
From: Andrea Del Bene [mailto:adelb...@ciseonweb.it]
This is because a session is created only once for each user, until it
If you wish to check url parameters for each request I would suggest you
do this in RequestCycle.onBeginRequest(). There is also
RequestCylce.onEndRequest() if you need to do anything at the end of the
Emond and I have been working on 2 little projects to render charts.
Each use a different jQuery plugin to draw the graphs client side and
both use WiQuery to facilitate the server side part. Maybe those
projects can help you in choosing the desired product. Both come with
And another: http://jackson.codehaus.org/ (This library is also used in
From: jcgarciam [mailto:jcgarc...@gmail.com]
Sent: dinsdag 3 mei 2011 13:48
Subject: Re: Serve Json in request and response
Just adding another json
You can also use the Start.java from the quickstart as example how to
start in eclipse without maven.
From: fachhoch [mailto:fachh...@gmail.com]
Sent: vrijdag 15 april 2011 18:51
I am running my wicket
WiQuery *has* matured a lot. We are working hard in our late hours to implement
and test interfaces to all facets of jQuery and are getting ready for Wicket
Bruno is right that for some purposes it is easy using only jQuery, simply add
the jQuery js files you want and write a script tag
don't have enough time to do a proper
investigation on how to use it...
2011/4/7 Hielke Hoeve hielke.ho...@topicus.nl:
WiQuery *has* matured a lot. We are working hard in our late hours to
implement and test interfaces to all facets of jQuery and are getting ready
for Wicket 1.5
From: msj121 [mailto:msj...@gmail.com]
Sent: donderdag 7 april 2011 2:13
Subject: Re: Wiquery experiences
I both agree and disagree with the aforementioned comments.
As more and more people use WiQuery everyday and more and more people use
the 1.2 version the time has come to release a maintanance release of 1.1
series and release the first version of 1.2.
are automatically compressed
What is there to miss? You have the library and the examples. Is there any
specific example you need?
On 22 Jan 2011 21:13, flavius flav...@silverlion.com wrote:
Putting a lot of controls (select and input etc) on one page will make any
browser slow. Internet explorer is the worst though.
You could try and use jquery to replace the viewing component with an editor
onclick. This does mean your models won't be updated upon submit.
On 12 Jan 2011
Did you ask these questions on the flot forums/mailinglist? I think they
probably have more experience with Flot.
On 2 January 2011 17:36, ror...@vodafone.co.nz ror...@vodafone.co.nzwrote:
Hello Flot Users
I am new to Flot. I have spent hours on google and with the api and
Did the field2 have an initial value or did you set the value in your
browser and then let the ajax run?
On 21 Dec 2010 20:51, eugenebalt eugeneb...@yahoo.com wrote:
I have a piece of Ajax code, attached to some field (let's call it
sourceField), which looks like this:
So basically you
to become protected, right ?
This way you can wrap super.getResourceStream() with compressing one.
That would be awesome, yes.
would have to
create a near exact copy of PackageResource in order to achieve this.
Am I missing anything here, is there anyone who knows another way to achieve
the same thing as with wicket 1.4? I do not mind rewriting wiquery
completely as long as it's solid and maintainable.
This is still a spring error, you need a sessionfactory and
transactionfactory and link them together. The opensessioninview filter only
opens a transaction if you get this right. The spring forums are filled with
On 15 Dec 2010 16:58, adam.gibbons
On 15 December 2010 21:05, Alex Objelean alex.objel...@gmail.com wrote:
Though this topic is quite old, I think it is still actual. Since the 1.5
release is not far away, did anybody thought if the (at least) js resource
merging should occur?
We at WiQuery have been discussing multiple
Its fairly simple. Create a class Login, give it a constructor with
pageparameters. Create two panels, one for each login type. Based on the
page parameters you show one or the other. Mount the page on 2 paths, each
with its own parameter.
On 16 Dec 2010 00:43, Jeffrey Schneller
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