I'll repeat my plea for patience as I'm new to Java and Wicket, but have some minimal experience with ASP.net forms (not MVC). I've reached that point in the learning process where I want to interact with a database and I wish to use entities and Hibernate to make it easier. From what I've
describe, since (1) the entity does not need to be reloaded on subsequent requests, and since it's object reference is transient (2) it goes away as soon as another page is accessed, and (3) it does not get replicated among the cluster. Best of luck, Dan On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 2:40 PM, JASON
I'm new to Java and Wicket. My only previous experince with web applications has been with Asp.net forms (not MVC). Please be patient; coming from the postback event paradigm, I'm struggling to grasp the concepts in Wicket. In my simple scenario, assume there is no AJAX. I need to build the
Thanks for your help. I included the properties file in a separate jar. From: toriv...@arrive.no To: email@example.com Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2012 08:38:57 +0200 Subject: RE: log4j.properties Additionally you can put log4j.properties in its own jar and put it in $tomcat/lib.
I'm new to Java, Tomcat, and Wicket. I apologize in advance for asking the obvious. Tomcat logs complain that log4j is not properly configured. I placed my log4j.properties file in the /WEB-INF/classes folder and errors stop. I would like ALL Wicket applications to share a single