Re: Bigger sites running on wicket?

2010-05-15 Thread Martin Voigt
The biggest site I know of is http://www.springer.com. Which is quite big ;) regards On 13 May 2010 16:22, Rangel Preis rangel...@gmail.com wrote: Take a look at Websites based on Wickethttps://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/websites-based-on-wicket.html(

Re: about serialVersionUID in all components

2010-05-08 Thread Martin Voigt
We're doing exactly that all the time on our wicket/GAE apps and haven't run into problems. Only thing we had to change was: static references to components and ajax don't mix well, but one shouldn't do this anyway. regards On 8 May 2010 13:12, Joe Fawzy joewic...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all what

Re: JOptionpane dialog windows

2009-04-12 Thread Martin Voigt
I'm not sure if I understand this right, are you talking about javax.swing.JOptionPane? While wicket shares some concepts with swing and maybe the TreeModel classes, it has nothing to do with swing except both are loosely based on the same principles, event driven etc. So no, you cannot use swing

Re: Turning off ModificationWatcher

2009-04-09 Thread Martin Voigt
Na, nothing catastrophic will happen, or else you won't be able to development your app using development configuration...HOWEVER...the performance of your app is likely to double when running in deployment mode, some exceptions won't be visible to the user (i think component-in-use-check and

Re: Storing user entity in session?

2009-02-20 Thread Martin Voigt
Hi Martijn, your reply reminds me of a question I always wanted to ask: is it safe to use IModels outside of components with their defined lifecycle and getDefaultModel() method? We'd like to use models everywhere we have to retrieve domain objects, be it configuration or, as in this thread,

Re: form - ajax submit and validation

2009-02-20 Thread Martin Voigt
You can set the form processing mode per button: submitButton.setDefaultFormProcessing(true); cancelButton.setDefaultFormProcessing(false); So if the user clicks submitButton, the form is validated, if she clicks cancelButton, it is not. Martin 2009/2/20 Vitek Tajzich v.tajz...@gmail.com:

Re: SubmitLink question

2009-02-16 Thread Martin Voigt
Wicket is built using apache maven 2. A quickstart is a self-containing project created from the wicket-quickstart archetype which uses Jetty as it's servlet container and is usually used to demonstrate bugs or issues. Go here: http://wicket.apache.org/quickstart.html and generate a quickstart

Re: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/slf4j/LoggerFactory

2009-02-13 Thread Martin Voigt
home page or did I miss something on the SLF4J page? Again . . . Thank you! M. Goodell -Original Message- From: Martin Voigt [mailto:martin.vo...@artnology.com] Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2009 3:53 PM To: users@wicket.apache.org; li...@pdc4u.com Subject: Re

Re: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/slf4j/LoggerFactory

2009-02-13 Thread Martin Voigt
It looks like your missing the slf4j-api.jar. slf4j-log4j12-1.5.6.jar is just the glue to make slf4j use log4j. Martin 2009/2/12 M Goodell li...@pdc4u.com: Hello, I am in the process of evaluating Wicket for an upcoming project and in the process of writing some proof of concept code. Or

svn beyond 1.4

2009-01-25 Thread Martin Voigt
Hey *, is any code available yet for stuff that is past 1.4? So far the only thing I've found is Matej's ajax rewrite in http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/wicket/sandbox/knopp/experimental/. Since some issues targeted at 1.5-M1 in jira have received patches, I was wondering what these patches where

Re: Seam/JSF vs Wicket: performance comparison

2009-01-14 Thread Martin Voigt
We did a similar test, and the result where much the same: one use case, two implementations (jsf/ seam vs wicket). Both apps where running inside JBoss and used the same persistence/ service layer. We only did performance tests (no memory analysis), first wicket was faster by a margin of 7-10,

Re: Moving from Tapestry to Wicket?

2008-10-31 Thread Martin Voigt
while I haven't migrated any big app from tapestry to wicket (but i know tapestry nonetheless), the number one reason to do so would be (at least for me) this: wicket is driven by usability (from the developers pov) and tapestry is driven by technology. while one does not exclude the other,

Re: [proposal] Recipies on wiki?

2008-10-31 Thread Martin Voigt
+1 for this idea. i have discovered a lot of small things that may be helpful but are just to small 2008/10/30 Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael [EMAIL PROTECTED]: No I mean stuff thats too small for even minis, or stuff thats just very small and no general enough to put in minis.. Jeremy

Re: [proposal] Recipies on wiki?

2008-10-31 Thread Martin Voigt
..just too small for a wicket-mini. don't know why gmail submitted only half the message ;) 2008/10/31 Martin Voigt [EMAIL PROTECTED]: +1 for this idea. i have discovered a lot of small things that may be helpful but are just to small 2008/10/30 Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael [EMAIL

Re: Migration to 1.4 - generic headache

2008-10-31 Thread Martin Voigt
if we could get something like T default Void from sun, all my generics problems would go away. no code clutter anymore just because you generify classes that should be. and type safety would still be ensured at runtime. if the vm would give me a way to evaluate the type parameter at runtime,

Re: Override panel markup

2008-10-23 Thread Martin Voigt
2008/10/23 rpaul [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Not sure this would work. I have not tried it. Extend SignInPanel with subclass e.g. MySignInPanel and then create your matching MySignInPanel.html with the custom content. Then use MySignInPanel instead of SignInPanel. just to clear things up, this not

inmethod / grid website?

2008-10-21 Thread Martin Voigt
Hi, this may be the wrong place to ask, but anyways. What happened to the inmethod/ grid web site? http://www.inmethod.com/ is showing the tomcat welcome page for some time now. Did it move? Regards, Martin - To unsubscribe,

Re: inmethod / grid website?

2008-10-21 Thread Martin Voigt
or perhaps just didn't deploy it? Best bet would be email their tech contect (see domain name whois for info.) --rob Martin Voigt wrote: Hi, this may be the wrong place to ask, but anyways. What happened to the inmethod/ grid web site? http://www.inmethod.com/ is showing the tomcat welcome

Re: Wicket community traction / Wicket Web 2.0 experience

2008-10-21 Thread Martin Voigt
just some quick pros for wicket which helped us to make a decision (someone please correct me if i'm wrong on any of these): * wicket started from a professional background, ie people noticed there is a reason to develop it because no available framework met their needs * the architecture is

state of new ajax impl in 1.5

2008-10-17 Thread Martin Voigt
Hi, I'm currently building an ajax-heavy application and I'm using the new implementation Matej is currently working on: http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/wicket-15-ajax.html I've noticed the *.ajaxng package is now *.ajax again in the experimental repository

Re: state of new ajax impl in 1.5

2008-10-17 Thread Martin Voigt
Thanks for the responses. I don't mind api changes at the current state of our project, I just wanted to avoid doing a larger refactoring just before our release is due. Since we're already using the wicket trunk for other apps I will stay with ajaxng for the time beeing, as it's move to trunk is

Re: Jackrabbit APi thorugh Apache wicket

2008-10-14 Thread Martin Voigt
Hi, have a look at Igor's brix: http://code.google.com/p/brix-cms/ It's a wicket CMS that uses JCR and Jackrabbit. Regards, Martin 2008/10/13 Nayak Vishal [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello everyone, Is it possible to access Jackrabbit API(talking to Alfresco ) thorugh Apache wicket. Regards

Re: Structure in Wicket Project

2008-07-21 Thread Martin Voigt
Hi, you can control where the .html (and other) resources are loaded from: http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/control-where-html-files-are-loaded-from.html This allows you to put them wherever you like, from different packages or directly from the file system. I think the default (pulling them

Re: Structure in Wicket Project

2008-07-21 Thread Martin Voigt
Martijn Dashorst wrote: yes, but we (core developers) don't advise to do that. I hope this doesn't mean it is considered a hack...In some projects of mine I have the demand to pull html resources from the file system in order to allow editing them without redeployment (and having them in a

Re: Structure in Wicket Project

2008-07-21 Thread Martin Voigt
Na, it all depends on your process and the nature of the project. Changes never go live without testing, but if you have the constraint given by your customer that html changes, if they do not break the wicket hierarchy, must be deployable without a redeployment of the web application, you