[wicket 1.5rc2] How to enable RequestLogger?

2011-03-24 Thread Jens Zastrow
Enabling with getRequestLoggerSettings().setRequestLoggerEnabled(true) 
doesnt show any requests.


Seems that the Application.logEventTarget and 
Application.logResponseTarget are never invoked at all from the 
wicket-core,

nevertheless the get overridden in WebApplication???

Any hints?

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[wicket 1.5] problems with frontend-proxy (apache)

2011-03-23 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi experts,
i' migrating to 1.5 version and have problems with my working (1.4) 
apache-configuration.


ProxyPass / http://a.b.c.d:11003/xxx/
ProxyPassReverse / http://a.b.c.d:11003/xxx/
ProxyPassReverseCookiePath /xxx/ /

On my page i have a AbstractAjaxTimerBehavior.
The first access to the page works and the page is shown.
But if the AbstractAjaxTimerBehavior respons comes back,
it contains a redirect to my internal tomcat url.

http://a.b.c.d:11003/xxx/wicket/bookmarkable/org.apache.wicket.markup.html.pages.PageExpiredErrorPage

Any ideas?

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[Exception] Cannot create a session after the response has been committed

2010-07-03 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi experts,
This kind of exception is logged a few times a day...
What does it mean?

Thanks
Jens Zastrow

2010-07-03 17:52:57,858 org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle there was an 
error in the RequestLogger ending.
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Cannot create a session after the 
response has been committed
at 
org.apache.catalina.connector.Request.doGetSession(Request.java:2313)
at 
org.apache.catalina.connector.Request.getSession(Request.java:2074)
at 
org.apache.catalina.connector.RequestFacade.getSession(RequestFacade.java:833)
at 
org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.AbstractHttpSessionStore.getSessionId(AbstractHttpSessionStore.java:188)

at org.apache.wicket.Session.bind(Session.java:420)
at 
de.mj.ui.AbstractWicketApplication.initSession(AbstractWicketApplication.java:134)
at 
com.fussball4all.ui.Application.initSession(Application.java:1216)
at 
de.mj.ui.AbstractWicketApplication.newSession(AbstractWicketApplication.java:118)

at org.apache.wicket.Session.findOrCreate(Session.java:230)
at org.apache.wicket.Session.findOrCreate(Session.java:213)
at org.apache.wicket.Session.get(Session.java:252)
at 
org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.RequestLogger.requestTime(RequestLogger.java:216)

at org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle.detach(RequestCycle.java:1163)
at 
de.mj.ui.UserAwareWebRequestCycle.detach(UserAwareWebRequestCycle.java:55)
at 
com.fussball4all.ui.F4AllWebRequestCycle.detach(F4AllWebRequestCycle.java:45)

at org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle.steps(RequestCycle.java:1454)
at org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle.request(RequestCycle.java:545)
at 
org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.WicketFilter.doGet(WicketFilter.java:479)
at 
org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.WicketFilter.doFilter(WicketFilter.java:312)


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NEW wicket-powered football portal lauched... http://football4all.net

2010-06-15 Thread Jens Zastrow

:-)

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Re: NEW wicket-powered football portal lauched... http://football4all.net

2010-06-15 Thread Jens Zastrow

sorry the URL is http://football4all.net

Am 16.06.2010 00:56, schrieb Jens Zastrow:

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Re: NEW wicket-powered football portal lauched... http://football4all.net

2010-06-15 Thread Jens Zastrow

it's also still a beta-version !

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RequestLogger 'Detach'-problem with recordSessionSize

2010-06-12 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi wicket-experts,

Using the default RequestLogger which calculates the session-size by 
serializing the page-objects leads to problems since the models are not 
detached

while doing this step.

The source-code of the RequestCycle shows that the Session/Page gets 
detached AFTER the requestcycle-code, thus the Serialize-step tries to 
store a lot of non-detached models which doest work in my case.


Is this by Design?

Thank
Jens

[RequestCycle.java]
// if we have a request logger, update that now
try
{
IRequestLogger requestLogger = 
getApplication().getRequestLogger();

if (requestLogger != null)
{
requestLogger.requestTime((System.currentTimeMillis() - 
startTime));

}
}
catch (RuntimeException re)
{
log.error(there was an error in the RequestLogger 
ending., re);

}

// let the session cleanup after a request, flushing changes etc.
if (sessionExists())
{
try
{
getSession().requestDetached();
}
catch (RuntimeException re)
{
log.error(there was an error detaching the request 
from the session  + session +

., re);
}
}

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Re: AutoCompleteTextField uses wrong encoding?

2010-05-12 Thread Jens Zastrow

For Wicket, try setting this *:

getRequestCycleSettings().setResponseRequestEncoding(UTF-8);
getMarkupSettings().setDefaultMarkupEncoding(UTF-8);

in your Application#init

If you don't set the default markup encoding explicitly, the default for it is 
the 'os provided encoding' (see:
IMarkupSettings#getDefaultMarkupEncoding)

If Tomcat, add URIEncoding=UTF-8 to your connector.



Am 10.05.2010 15:49, schrieb Eike Kettner:

Hi Matt

some long time ago I had a similiar problem with AjaxEditableLabel. I 
used tomcat and there you need to configure the connector using 
useBodyEncodingForURI=true to make tomcat use utf8 for encoding ajax 
requests.




Connector port=8009  protocol=AJP/1.3
   redirectPort=8443
   useBodyEncodingForURI=true  /




eike

On 10.05.2010 15:27, Matthias Keller wrote:

Hi

I'm using an autocompletefield and it works fine so far. Except that 
when entering special characters, they don't get encoded correctly.
The query String is correct and sends the special character in 
encoded UTF-8:

GET http://localhost:9080/.../...q=%C3%B6random=...
%C3%B6 is UTF8 for ö

But in:
org.apache.wicket.extensions.ajax.markup.html.autocomplete.AbstractAutoCompleteBehavior.respond(AjaxRequestTarget) 


The following line
final String val = requestCycle.getRequest().getParameter(q);
returns an incorrect string: ö which would be the %C3%B6 in 
ISO-8859-1 (which happens to be my platform encoding)...
Thus the input parameter to my getChoices() call contains strange 
characters in this case...


It appears that the request isn't read out as UTF-8 somehow.. Since I 
don't know the AJAX internals, it's hard to find the culprit for me


I'm using Wicket 1.4.8

Matt






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AjaxEditableLabel unicode issue

2010-05-11 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi,

I cannot enter/save unicode chars with a AjaxEditableLabel (e.g. 
german/arabic).


Enter: 'ü'
Value: 'ü'

All unicode-chars seems to be converted to utf-8 since the single char ü 
is converter to double-bytes?


Thanks
Jens

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Re: AjaxEditableLabel unicode issue

2010-05-11 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi,

We switched from a http to a ajp based tomcat-connector and didnt 
configured the URIEncoding=UTF-8 properly.

Thanks a lot, everything is working now.

Am 11.05.2010 13:34, schrieb Steve Swinsburg:

Hi,

Is this after the value has been submitted and perhaps stored in a database, 
then retrieved and displayed again? If so, is your database setup as UTF-8? 
Also, if using Tomcat, is the connector setup as UTF-8 also?

For Wicket, try setting this *:

getRequestCycleSettings().setResponseRequestEncoding(UTF-8);
getMarkupSettings().setDefaultMarkupEncoding(UTF-8);

in your Application#init

If you don't set the default markup encoding explicitly, the default for it is 
the 'os provided encoding' (see:
IMarkupSettings#getDefaultMarkupEncoding)

If Tomcat, add URIEncoding=UTF-8 to your connector.

See if that helps.

cheers,
Steve

* came up on list back in early 2009.


On 11/05/2010, at 9:16 PM, Jens Zastrow wrote:

   

Hi,

I cannot enter/save unicode chars with a AjaxEditableLabel (e.g. german/arabic).

Enter: 'ü'
Value: 'ü'

All unicode-chars seems to be converted to utf-8 since the single char ü is 
converter to double-bytes?

Thanks
Jens

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[wiQuery] Custom Link to wiQuery Page doest not initialize target page

2010-05-10 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi experts,

The following code (Link-example-code) breaks all of my wiQuery-enabled 
Pages.


add(new LinkMyObject(link, listItem.getModel()) {
public void onClick() {
 setResponsePage(new MyPage());
   }
}

The specified MyPage() ist entered, but without initializing the 
wiQuery-Subsystem.
Only after page 'reload' with browser-button everything (js etc.) is 
loaded and initialized.


This only happens with Links, not with BookmarkablePagelinks.
I'm using wicket 1.4.8 und wiquery 1.0.1.

Anybody facing the same problem?

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Re: Initial page - state question

2010-01-06 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi Igor,

The same happens now if i use Bookmarkable PageLinks  (maybe i 
miss-configured something)


Example: http://localhost:8080/user/id/4711

Is it always nessesary to make the redirect or only at the first 
page-access?


Thanks
Jens

Am 30.12.2009 17:48, schrieb Igor Vaynberg:

while not being an official solution it works.

-igor

On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 8:09 AM, Jens Zastrowm...@jens-zastrow.de  wrote:
   

Hi wicket-experts,

If i access my wicket page by an url containing the wicket-page
version-informations all ajax-modificatins (tree-selections, form-input)
are still available after pressing the 'reload' button.

Example: http://localhost:8080/?wicket:interface=:2

Unfortunly this does hold for the first-page of my app, which is invoked by
a plain url http://localhost:8080/ - without any page-version information.
The 'reload' button now has the effect that all the ajax-modifications are
gone.

I know why that happens and that the behavior is correct.

But is there a way the solve this in a wicket-way?
My current workaround is a redirect which - i guess - is not the official
solution to this?

Thanks
Jens

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Initial page - state question

2009-12-30 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi wicket-experts,

If i access my wicket page by an url containing the wicket-page 
version-informations all ajax-modificatins (tree-selections, form-input)

are still available after pressing the 'reload' button.

Example: http://localhost:8080/?wicket:interface=:2

Unfortunly this does hold for the first-page of my app, which is invoked 
by a plain url http://localhost:8080/ - without any page-version 
information.
The 'reload' button now has the effect that all the ajax-modifications 
are gone.


I know why that happens and that the behavior is correct.

But is there a way the solve this in a wicket-way?
My current workaround is a redirect which - i guess - is not the 
official solution to this?


Thanks
Jens

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Page inheritance problem

2009-10-06 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi experts,

I have a Page class with serves as base html-template for the derived 
pages. (e.g. http://www.javalobby.org/java/forums/t69357.html)
For some special needs, subclass-markup should be placed in some element 
managed by wicket and not at the root.


base.html
body
div wicket:id=superDiv
 wicket:child/
/div
/body

My workaround currently is, that the Base-class provides a getSuperDiv() 
method, wich must be used from

the subpages to add their content to.

SubPage(String) {
   super(...);

   // NOW, wrong: add( new Label(hello,Hello));

   // CORRECT
   getSuperDiv().add( new Label(hello,Hello));
}

Anybody, knows some more clean solution to this?
Maybe the root-Container for the subpages can be set somehow.

Thanks
Jens

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Re: Page inheritance problem

2009-10-06 Thread Jens Zastrow
Hmmm... 
this effectivly not uses the wicket:child/ thing for the inner-subclass-components.

If i do so, from the Java-side its really bad to invoke subclass-methods from 
super-contructors.
Can the invocation of the getThatPanelIWantAlwaysButAtCertainLocation() method be deferred 
somehow??


Regards
Jens



Jens,

Your super class could declare an 
abstract protected void getThatPanelIWantSometimes() 
method that the children can then implement to return whatever they like and

then the ball's back in the parent's court.

Regards - Cemal
jWeekend
OO  Java Technologies, Wicket Training and Development 
http://jWeekend.com




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Re: Page inheritance problem

2009-10-06 Thread Jens Zastrow

The SuperDiv component is just a WebMarkupContainer
I just tried to find the getTransparentResolver() method, but without success...


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[Ajax/TabbedPanel] Issue deleting all tabs + ajax-update

2009-09-25 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi,

The TabbedPanel internaly uses a Loop to render the tab-components. 
During a normla GET request the Loop.onPopulate() method ensures that 
all the loop-childs are removed before adding them again

to support a possible change of teh underlying Integer-model.

Loop.onPopulate()
@Override
   protected final void onPopulate()
   {
   // Remove any previous loop contents
   removeAll();

   // Get number of iterations
   final int iterations = getIterations();
   if (iterations  0)
   {
   // Create LoopItems for each iteration
   for (int iteration = 0; iteration  iterations; iteration++)
   {
   // Create item for loop iteration
   LoopItem item = newItem(iteration);

   // Add and populate item
   add(item);
   populateItem(item);
   }
   }
}

The TabbedPanel creates the following LoopItem which access the 
ITab-List directly.


return new LoopItem(tabIndex)
   {
   private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

   @Override
   protected void onComponentTag(ComponentTag tag){...}

   @Override
   public boolean isVisible() {
   // direct access of the tab
   return getTabs().get(tabIndex).isVisible();
   }
   };

The problem now is, if the tabs-list is modfied for example deleted, the 
onPopulate() method NEEDs to be invoked before
the LoopItem.isVisible() the ensure that the old-Loop-childs (LoopItem) 
are deleted.
This does not happen (Why?) if the TabbedPanel is added/updated in an 
ajax-call, resulting in ArrayIndexOufBounds-Exception

in the LoopItem.isVisible() Method. (tabs.get(tabIndex)).

My workaround currently is to invoke the onPopulate() manually during 
deletion (by beforeRender()).

((MarkupContainer)temporalTabs.get(tabs-container)).get(tabs).beforeRender();

Any Ideas, how to force the onPopulate() get called - maybe invoking 
modelChanged() on some component???


Thanks
Jens

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Re: [Ajax/TabbedPanel] Issue deleting all tabs + ajax-update

2009-09-25 Thread Jens Zastrow
Did you  mean the the tab from the TabbedPanel or the whole TabbedPane 
from my page?


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Re: [Ajax/TabbedPanel] Issue deleting all tabs + ajax-update

2009-09-25 Thread Jens Zastrow

ok i'm a little bit confused :-(

I didt want to invoke 'tabs.remove()' during a onRender(), but during 
the onClick() method of by AjaxFallbackLink - like in your example.

Using a normal Link the TabbedPanel doesnt throw the exception.

Try your example with the AjaxTabbedPane and a AjaxFallbackLink.
Then in onClick() you have to add the tp the the AjaxRequestTarget, 
which later leads to the ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException.


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[wicket-stuff] project sitemap-xml - empty jar' files

2009-09-24 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi all,

I already created a jira but without any feedback 
http://wicketstuff.org/jira/browse/ACTIVEWIDGETS-3


We want to use the sitemap-xml project but the jars in the 
maven-repository are empty.


I checked out 1.4.1 sitemap-xml source-code from the svn...
The problem exists because the directory structure (main/java) doesnt 
follow the default-maven-layout (src/main/java)

and the pom.xml isnt reconfigured  to match the (main/java) structure.

I hope sombody of the sitemap-xml-source commiters will read this.

Thanks
Jens

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Problem passing anonym-classes-models to pages

2009-05-27 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi,

I use a lot of anonym-classes-models which a want to pass to Page 
instances (no need for be bookmarkable)


class HomePage() {
// some Models here
IModelEntity model = new LoadableDetachableModel();

// some Buttons-eventhandler
public onClick() {
 IModelString m = new AbstractReadOnlyModelString() {
public String getObject() {
  return hello page.
}
 }

 setResponsePage( new HelloPage(m) );
}

//
public void detach() {
model.detach();
}

As i discovered now, this seems not to fit conceptually.

1. using anonym model-classes m javac always generates a reference to 
to enclosing class-instance, here HomePage
2. during detachment of page HelloPage the model m will ne detached 
correctly (clearing transient all objects)
3. after detachment the page HelloPage is going to be serialized, 
which the effect that the reference to the page HomePage

   is serialized as well, without detaching thier models.

Are there any best-practices related to this issue?
Maybe pushing the HomePage on the page-map-stack forking 
setResponsePage?


Thanks
Jens Zastrow

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Re: Problem passing anonym-classes-models to pages

2009-05-27 Thread Jens Zastrow

Hi Martijn,
Think of the following use-case.

There is reusable PersonSelectionPage which should select one person 
from a list.
These page should be usable from some other pages which have entities 
which can be assigned a person to.

A IModelPerson will be passed to the PersonSelectionPage,
which invokes later model.setObject(Person) after successfull selection.
The specialized assignment code now is contained in the 
setObject(Person) method.


IModelPerson pm = new IModelPerson() {
 public void setObject() {
  // do something clever here
 }
}
setResponsePage( new PersonSelectionPage(pm, getPage()) );

The PersonSelectionPage also gets the return-to-page as parameter, to 
be able to go-back
(never got this working with 
redirectToInterceptPage+continueToOriginalDestination)


Is such a usage out of the best-practices/idea of wicket?

Jens

Martijn Dashorst schrieb:

Don't pass IModels around, use the model values they represent. Unless
of course, you know what you are doing. For example, if you share a
Model between two pages, it actually becomes two different instances
after being passed on: one in the first page PageA (serialized with
PageA), and one in the response page PageB (serialized with PageB).
When you try to check whether PageA.getModel() == PageB.getModel()
then you'll discover that they are not the same (might be equal, but
not the same instance).

Anonymous IModels should never be passed around.

In our apps we always let each page wrap the domain classes in their
own IModel copy (for example an HibernateModel).

Martijn

On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 1:22 PM, Jens Zastrow m...@jens-zastrow.de wrote:
  

Hi,

I use a lot of anonym-classes-models which a want to pass to Page
instances (no need for be bookmarkable)

class HomePage() {
// some Models here
IModelEntity model = new LoadableDetachableModel();

// some Buttons-eventhandler
public onClick() {
IModelString m = new AbstractReadOnlyModelString() {
   public String getObject() {
 return hello page.
   }
}

setResponsePage( new HelloPage(m) );
}

//
public void detach() {
   model.detach();
}

As i discovered now, this seems not to fit conceptually.

1. using anonym model-classes m javac always generates a reference to to
enclosing class-instance, here HomePage
2. during detachment of page HelloPage the model m will ne detached
correctly (clearing transient all objects)
3. after detachment the page HelloPage is going to be serialized, which
the effect that the reference to the page HomePage
  is serialized as well, without detaching thier models.

Are there any best-practices related to this issue?
Maybe pushing the HomePage on the page-map-stack forking
setResponsePage?

Thanks
Jens Zastrow

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