Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Nick Heudecker
I'll wade into the point about IDE plugins since I was the original
maintainer of Wicketforge (https://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/), which
is still being actively developed by Minas Manthos.

As it stands today, Wicketforge is a great productivity enhancer when
developing Wicket apps. It provides autocompletion of Wicket IDs, templated
panel and page creation, as well as a few inspections and intentions to
make life easier (More info here:
https://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/wiki/PluginFeatures). More features
could be added, but the value is questionable given IDEA's already
excellent HTML and Java support.

Right now Wicketforge has no open tickets. If the plugin doesn't do
something you want it to do, checkout the source and contribute back. I'm
sure Minas would love to get some patches, and if he's busy I'll come out
of plugin retirement and take a look.

-Nick


On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 10:45 AM, procrastinative.developer 
procrastinative.develo...@gmail.com wrote:

 I really enjoy wicket, it's really easy to create complex site with it. For
 me the biggest problem was a 'wicket way'. To create site effectivly, we
 need to learn a lot about how wicket works etc. Without good documentation
 process of learning can be frustrating.

  I see this problems in wicket:
  1)lack of good documentation (for beginners is ok, but for more complex
 problems sometimes I need to spend a lot of time to discover how I need to
 do that)
  2)lack of good IDE support - I use netbeans and intellij and tools for it
 are not very good.
  3)lack of good list of tools -in my wicket career i found a lot usefull
 tools, but in 50% it was a matter of luck.
  4)a lot of abandoned plugins - because of a lot of api breaks between
 wicket 1.4 and wicket 6.0 some plugin not working with current version of
 wicket.

 Wicket developers did a lot of good work. Wicket popularity depends on
 wicket community. Maybe developers of plugins and wicket tools(not only
 wicket components, but also IDE plugins developers and tools like wicket
 RAD
 etc) should give feedback what they need for easier tools creation. Wicket
 dev should freeze api. I think that now wicket is very mature framework and
 with version 6.0 its time to start building infrastructure around it that
 help developers to create webapplications.

 Maybe it's time to build site like wicket repository where user can
 publish and search information about created by other users plugins?



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Re: Wicket job market

2013-02-05 Thread Nick Heudecker
Did you file a ticket for the problems you experienced?

On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 12:21 PM, procrastinative.developer 
procrastinative.develo...@gmail.com wrote:

 I was testing this plugin a some time ago and I had a lot of problems with
 it
 (NPE, no switching between files). I was so frustrated about this
 situation,
 that I uninstall this plugin and  I resign from using it in development.
 Thanks about info, I will try this plugin again.



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Re: Wicket Page constructor getting called twice

2012-06-25 Thread Nick Heudecker
I've only seen this type of behavior if I have an empty img src=/
element or something similar.



On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 11:45 AM, Ian Marshall ianmarshall...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hello All,

 My web application uses the default request cycle render strategy
 IRequestCycleSettings.RenderStrategy.REDIRECT_TO_BUFFER.

 An external web site calls a web page on my web application using a URL
 with
 page parameters (all of which I set before I hand over to the external web
 site). I find that the relevant WebPage constructor gets called twice
 during
 the request-response process, which I presume is expected behaviour: once
 to
 handle the action part of the request, again to handle the render part of
 the request.

 In the past, I bypassed this issue by showing an option with an OK button
 for action, so it didn't matter if the page constructor was called twice;
 no
 persistence code got executed until the user clicked OK subsequently.

 Now, however, I need to act on the request from the external web site
 straight away, in order to ensure that the database is updated before the
 user moves to another page without clicking OK (or away from my
 application altogether). Currently, I code this to happen in the page's
 constructor, so my database persistence code get called twice too. Not
 good,
 especially with Google App Engine, which does not like rapid updating of
 the
 same persistent entity group.

 My question is: is there a (simple) way for me to know whether my page is
 being constructed during the action part of the request as opposed to the
 render part of the request?

 (I have a work-around in mind, which is to store relevant details in the
 session, and use a check on these to prevent a second database persistence
 operation for the same data, but I would have thought that a simpler, more
 direct solution exists.)

 Any hints would be greatly appreciated.


 MY DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT
 Web framework: Wicket 1.5.7
 Java:  1.6.0_33; Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 20.8-b03
 Web server system: Google App Engine for Java version 1.6.6
 Operating system:  Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition version 2002 SP3
   (version 5.1 running on x86; Cp1252; en_GB) (nb)
 IDE:   NetBeans IDE 7.1.2 (Build 201204101705)


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Re: Wicket for large user base website

2012-05-07 Thread Nick Heudecker
Martin,

Would you mind outlining your site's hardware configuration to support that
load? I'm sure it would be helpful. Thanks!

-Nick


On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 12:20 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.orgwrote:

 read https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/x/qIaoAQ to understand how
 Wicket stores the pages

 the app I work on has ~15M registered users and ~200K concurrent
 users. I hope these are good enough numbers for you

 On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 9:54 AM, kshitiz k.agarw...@gmail.com wrote:
  Okkwicket being statefull stores state of each page in a session.
 So, if
  I make some pages stateless and some statefull,will that improve its
 memory
  efficiency?
 
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Re: Wicket 'hook' point for page render timing

2012-02-10 Thread Nick Heudecker
I did this with a simple servlet filter, then profiled individual service
calls within the slower pages.

On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 7:03 PM, Chris Colman
chr...@stepaheadsoftware.comwrote:

 ** **

 I’m interested in measuring the time taken to render each individual page
 class and building up some stats to see if any are doing too much in the
 database and could benefit from data caching.

 ** **

 Wicket seems to be customizable at many levels and so I was wondering if
 there is a hook point/plugin point for a listener style interface that
 gets called immediately after the mount path resolution has taken place
 (but before page class construction) and then again after the page
 rendering has completed.

 ** **

 In the measurement I want to include:

 - the time it takes to construct the page class (with parameters) as not
 all of my constructors have been migrated to onInitialize() and so some
 constructors are performing database lookups.

 - the time it takes to perform the render after page class construction
 has completed. 

  

 If I can hook into these points with a page create/render listener (or
 something like that) then I can write a simple timer that tracks how long
 each page takes to render.

 ** **

 Yours sincerely,

 ** **

 Chris Colman

  

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Re: inter application communication in wicket

2011-01-09 Thread Nick Heudecker
We use ActiveMQ and Camel for those types of operations.  It's been very
successful.

On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 10:51 PM, sap2000 sap2...@indiatimes.com wrote:


 Hi,

 Can anybody please throw some light on how two wicket applications,
 deployed
 into the same container can interact with each other?

 Basic requirement is,  parameters should be passed from component in
 Application1 to component in Application2, when Application2 is called from
 Application1 via click of a link or button.

 Thanks.
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Re: [OT] Plugin WicketForge 0.8.1 available for IDEA 9+

2010-12-14 Thread Nick Heudecker
He's really been doing a great job with it.

On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 6:49 PM, Brian Topping topp...@codehaus.org wrote:

 I was finally able to download the new version of WicketForge today (along
 with some other plugins) since IntelliJ recently updated their caches.

 Minas, the results are beautiful.  ~minas++ !!!

 :B

 On Dec 1, 2010, at 5:59 PM, Minas Manthos wrote:

 
  Thanks guys! I'm glad you like it... It's nice to get some positive
  feedback... :-)
 
  PS: ok, next time i will post it as [ANN] ;-)
 
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Re: Re Wicket Web Beans

2010-08-16 Thread Nick Heudecker
It sounds like what you're after is a dynamic form.  This has been discussed
several times on the list and used to be detailed in the wiki.  It's pretty
straightforward to implement.  Hopefully this gives you an implementation
option.


On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 7:17 PM, Nivedan Nadaraj shravann...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi Daniel

 Thank you for getting back so quickly.

 I used Hibernate that maps to entities in the table.


 Fields are defined by an administrator when he creates a new entity like
 Study(Hibernate entity for Study). There is a standard table called Study
 however if the administrator feels this new study he is creating requires
 additional fields he then will do the following

 Create Scenario:

 1. Click a button to add new field
 2. Provides the Field Name (either types it in or selects from  a list of
 data dictionary fields)
 3. Selects a data type from a drop down ( I have created this table with
 required data types so this can be sourced)
 4. Enters a value for the new field.
 5. Optionally, he must be able to provide the type of control this field
 will be linkedf to ( guess #4 and 5 are inter-related) or can WWB infer
 this? Not sure about this part.
 6. On Save - The New field meta data is stored along with the data in
 another table that links to this meta data table.

 View/Edit Scenario:

 When a user reads or looks up this entity, it should bring back the general
 fields and the custom fields that were defined. Now, the UI should be
 rendered.
 Will I be able to use WWB in this scenario?


 I guess if I don't use WWB then, i have to stored field UI meta data along
 with values in separate tables and infer this when the UI is rendered. Will
 be quite a task.

 Thanks for your time Dan, I was planning on playing with WWB and see if my
 requirements can be met using WWB.

 Reg
 Niv






Re: Remove support for Portlets in Wicket 1.5

2010-08-12 Thread Nick Heudecker
0, non-committed. There seems to be some interest here. Hopefully the
community supports it in wicketstuff. +1 non-committed to moving to
wicketstuff.

On Aug 11, 2010 11:18 PM, Steve Swinsburg steve.swinsb...@gmail.com
wrote:

-1 to removing it

As soon as uPortal supports JSR-286 (and it does, just not in a release yet)
I'll be using Wicket for my portlet development and have been training my
team in readiness.

At a minimum move it to wicketstuff.

thanks,
Steve



On 12/08/2010, at 5:19 AM, Rodolfo Hansen wrote:

 I used wikcet 1.4 inside Liferay 5.2 and sent ...


WicketForge Needs a New Project Lead

2010-07-19 Thread Nick Heudecker
Hi,

As my lack of activity has probably demonstrated, I'm currently unable to
allocate time to WicketForge.  With a startup and grad school beginning, I'm
swamped and looking for someone to take over the project.  Any takers?

-Nick


OT: Job Posting - Contractor in the Bay Area

2010-06-01 Thread Nick Heudecker
 A profitable start-up in the cable advertising space is looking to expand
its development team to include another well-rounded developer.  The
position is contract to start and may become full-time.  I've detailed some
of what we're looking for below and if you think you're a good fit, you're
welcome to send over your resume.

Personal Requirements:

   - Must be a US citizen.
   - Reside in the Bay Area and able to commute to the office at least 4
   days a week.
   - Accustomed to working with a small, distributed team and collaborating
   over email, Skype and IM.  Obviously, you need to be able to produce with
   little supervision.
   - Innovative thinker and a fast coder.  We're constantly working to set
   the tempo in our product space.  You'll need to help develop solutions to
   problems and implement them quickly.
   - Outstanding communication skills, both verbal and written.

Experience and Technical Requirements:

   - Ideally you've worked on several different types of products with
   varying teams.  Our product space is highly dynamic and a diverse experience
   base will help you succeed.
   - Must be a Java expert with at least 5 years of experience.  Experience
   with some or all of the following is required: Hibernate, Spring, web
   frameworks (GWT, Wicket), and XML technologies (SOAP, SOA, XSD, WSDL, etc).
   Experience with relational databases such as MySQL or PostgreSQL and a firm
   grasp of SQL.
   - Additionally, you must be familiar with development tools such as
   Maven, IDEA/Eclipse, unit testing, Subversion, among others.
   - Experience with non-relational data stores, caching and producing
   highly available applications is also desirable.


Re: Wicket, IntelliJ and xml resource bundles

2010-05-06 Thread Nick Heudecker
The Wicket plugin for IDEA doesn't support XML property bundles.

On Thu, May 6, 2010 at 8:32 AM, James Carman
jcar...@carmanconsulting.comwrote:

 Are you using a Wicket plugin?

 On Thu, May 6, 2010 at 10:06 AM, Thomas Götz t...@richmountain.de wrote:
  Any IntelliJ users out there that use Wicket and xml resource bundle
 files?
  I have the problem, that whenever I use something like:
 
  wicket:message key=foosome text/wicket:message
 
  in an html file, IntelliJ complains about not being able to resolve the
  property key. It works when using *.properties resource files, but I
 prefer
  xml. Is there a solution/workaround for this?
 
-Tom
 



Re: mexico.com

2010-04-30 Thread Nick Heudecker
Scott - can you provide any details on the hardware supporting mexico.com or
vegas.com?

On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 9:30 AM, Scott Swank scott.sw...@gmail.com wrote:

 Thanks, though I was only involved early on with this project.  Only
 the initial page is stateless, after that search results are in your
 session.

 On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 9:06 AM, robert.mcguinness
 robert.mcguinness@gmail.com wrote:
 
  site looks great.  i'm curious, how did you approach the stateless pages
  using Wicket?

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Re: Wicket survey?

2010-04-27 Thread Nick Heudecker
I've also gotten similar requests in the past.

On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 3:03 PM, Jeremy Thomerson jer...@wickettraining.com
 wrote:

 I can't confirm this particular survey, but have received similar requests
 in the past.  Most are legitimate requests from college students for input
 on various technologies for some paper they're writing.  Of course, the
 burden of checking authenticity of each one lies with the recipient :)

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 On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 4:53 PM, Russell Morrisey 
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  I received a personal e-mail from somebody's g-mail account, claiming to
 be
  from the Wroclaw University of Technology, soliciting my input for a
  Wicket user study. It mentions Wicket, and other tools like Spring and
  Hibernate in the e-mail.
 
 
 
  Can anybody confirm that this survey is what it claims to be? (Keeping in
  mind that the Apache JIRA server was recently attacked and broken into)?
 
  
 
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[OT] WicketForge 0.6.1 available for IDEA 9

2009-12-24 Thread Nick Heudecker
WicketForge 0.6.1 is available for download.  In short, the changes are:

 - Completion on PropertyModel expressions.
 - Some assorted cleanup on other completion tasks.
 - 0.6.1 should work fine under the Community Edition.  The requirement for
JavaEE found in the Ultimate Edition has been removed.
 - Because of the above change, WicketForge is no longer a subfacet of the
Web facet.  Instead, it is standalone.

You can visit the Google Code site to download 0.6.1, or if you wait a
couple days it will be available from the JetBrains plugin repository.

http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/downloads/list


OT: WicketForge 0.6.0 for IDEA 9

2009-12-11 Thread Nick Heudecker
Thanks to a patch from Andy Goossens, WicketForge 0.6.0 now has support for
IDEA 9.  You can visit the Google Code site to download it, or if you wait a
couple days it will be available from the JetBrains plugin repository.

http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/downloads/list

Thanks for your time.

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[OT] IDEA 9 Users Needed for WicketForge Testing

2009-11-30 Thread Nick Heudecker
Hi,

I'm looking for a couple people using IDEA 9 to test out a new version of
WicketForge to ensure the autocomplete works under the new version.  I can't
migrate yet and need somebody else to validate it.  If you're interested,
please respond to me privately.

Thanks for your time.

-- 
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Professional Wicket Training  Consulting
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Re: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-15 Thread Nick Heudecker
From my experience, WicketForge already displays a warning if the components
can't be located in the HTML or Java code.  Toggling between Java and HTML
also works fine for me.  You can either submit a bug report or a patch.

Also, feel free to submit a patch with templates you'd like to see added to
WF.  I'm getting ready to release 0.5.7 this week.

On Sun, Nov 15, 2009 at 11:49 AM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:

 Would be good if it told you about unmentioned wicket:ids from the html
 so
 you didn't have to wait till you run.
 Or if you are declaring a component that it can't find in html.

 Jumping back and forth between code and html d/n seem to work for me.

 Entirely too much typing for my taste! Idea is REALLY good at minimizing on
 that.

 Bunch of templates can be written for Wicket programmers to simplify
 typical
 stuff.

 But yes, a lot of things in IJ work already because wicket isn't a stretch
 for java.


 -Original Message-
 From: Peter Ertl [mailto:pe...@gmx.org]
 Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2009 10:08 AM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration

 Never felt like I need additional support for wicket. After all it's 95% in
 type-safe java code. Keeping wicket:id's in sync is no rocket science once
 you get the idea :-)

 Am 15.11.2009 um 00:38 schrieb Nick Heudecker:

  What do you mean that the current one shows up?  I haven't updated
  WicketForge to work with IDEA 9 because I'm not on IDEA 9.
 
  Feel free to submit patches.  Right now WicketForge does everything I
 need
  it to do, so unless I start using Wicket more often or it doesn't meet my
  needs, I'm not really inclined to spend my limited free time on it.
 
  On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:
 
  You have a point, but I've been using Idea for... 6+ years now.
  These guys are very sales oriented.
  They added GWT support as a point release, like it was a no big deal.
  When they see there's a demand - they move on it.
  And if they can add a new popular framework for the launch - they just
 may,
  to make it sell better. They are in a war with Eclipse and we got that
 and
  it's better has been their selling angle.
 
  But if someone wants to make the wicketidea plugin actually work -
 that'd
  be
  cool too :)  Current one barely shows up and is VERY sensitive.
 
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Andreas Petersson [mailto:andr...@petersson.at]
  Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2009 5:00 PM
  To: users@wicket.apache.org
  Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration
 
  i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the
  roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at
  http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
  and there is already a beta version available at
  http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html
 
  but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my
  suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better
  develop plugins since it is open source now.
  *) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression
  Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and
  find usages of those getters
  *) support for find usages for wicket:ids
  *) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
  *) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable
  class warning in components for fields that are injected.
 
  br
  andreas
 
 




Re: Intellij9 integration

2009-11-14 Thread Nick Heudecker
What do you mean that the current one shows up?  I haven't updated
WicketForge to work with IDEA 9 because I'm not on IDEA 9.

Feel free to submit patches.  Right now WicketForge does everything I need
it to do, so unless I start using Wicket more often or it doesn't meet my
needs, I'm not really inclined to spend my limited free time on it.

On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Alex Rass a...@itbsllc.com wrote:

 You have a point, but I've been using Idea for... 6+ years now.
 These guys are very sales oriented.
 They added GWT support as a point release, like it was a no big deal.
 When they see there's a demand - they move on it.
 And if they can add a new popular framework for the launch - they just may,
 to make it sell better. They are in a war with Eclipse and we got that and
 it's better has been their selling angle.

 But if someone wants to make the wicketidea plugin actually work - that'd
 be
 cool too :)  Current one barely shows up and is VERY sensitive.


 -Original Message-
 From: Andreas Petersson [mailto:andr...@petersson.at]
 Sent: Saturday, November 14, 2009 5:00 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Intellij9 integration

 i think getting official support for wicket in idea is too late. the
 roadmap was published about 6 months ago, for example at
 http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2009/05/maia-eap-is-finally-here/
  and there is already a beta version available at
 http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/nextversion/index.html

 but maybe it is the right time to give wicketforge some polish. my
 suggestions for enhancements, since it should be possible to better
 develop plugins since it is open source now.
 *) validation of propertymodels/CPM like idea does for expression
 Language for jsp. ability to ctrl-click to the corresponding getter and
 find usages of those getters
 *) support for find usages for wicket:ids
 *) central facet for wicket, to control its settings.
 *) ability to turn off the non-serializable field in serializable
 class warning in components for fields that are injected.

 br
 andreas




Re: why is getHomePage called multiple times?

2009-08-31 Thread Nick Heudecker
Any chance you have empty image src attributes in your home page?

On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 9:19 PM, Jason Novotny jason.novo...@gmail.comwrote:


 Hi,

   My home page takes longer to load than expected and after placing a log
 line in getHomePage#MyWicketApplication I see that it's being called 3
 times:

 Connected to server
 gethome page
 called me!
 gethome page
 called me!
 gethome page
 called me!

   Is there sort of a LoadableDetachableModel equivalent for pages, so they
 are just instantiated one per request cycle?

   Thanks, Jason

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Re: Looking for Web Application Architecture Book

2009-08-04 Thread Nick Heudecker
Good suggestions there.  I also like the Enterprise Integration Patterns
book, but that might not be what you're looking for.


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Re: img src= ... tags are truely evil!

2009-08-03 Thread Nick Heudecker
The next version of WicketForge has an inspection that looks for this.

On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 8:24 AM, Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.comwrote:

 it should be possible to create an IResponseFilter that checks for
 this and reports the error in dev mode.

 -igor

 On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 8:00 AM, Martin Funkmafulaf...@googlemail.com
 wrote:
  I know its been talked about before
 
 http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/best-practices-and-gotchas.html#BestPracticesandGotchas-Gotchas
 
  Just had to restate it, make myself remember.
 
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Re: [OT] Continue to support Wicket 1.2 in WicketForge

2009-07-27 Thread Nick Heudecker
Thanks for the feedback.  Looks like I can safely remove Wicket 1.2
support.

On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 3:33 AM, Linda van der Pal 
lvd...@heritageagenturen.nl wrote:

 I've only ever seen questions on this list about 1.3 and 1.4 (in the few
 months I've been on it, that is), so I'm guessing that if there are users of
 1.2 they are either knowledgable enough not to have questions, or they're
 simply not on this list.

 Regards,
 Linda

 Maarten Bosteels wrote:

 We only use wicket 1.4.*

 Regards,
 Maarten


 On Sat, Jul 25, 2009 at 2:16 PM, Erik van Oosten e.vanoos...@grons.nl
 wrote:



 Mostly Wicket 1.4 at my company, just 1 Wicket 1.3 project left.

 Regards,
  Erik.


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 Hi,

 For those of you that don't know, I maintain WicketForge, the Wicket
 plugin
 for IDEA (http://plugins.intellij.net/plugin/?id=1545 or
 http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge).  Currently, WicketForge supports
 Wicket 1.2 in addition to 1.3 and 1.4, but I'd like to remove support
 for
 1.2 to clean a few things up.  First, I want to see if people are still
 using 1.2 with WF.

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[OT] Continue to support Wicket 1.2 in WicketForge

2009-07-24 Thread Nick Heudecker
Hi,

For those of you that don't know, I maintain WicketForge, the Wicket plugin
for IDEA (http://plugins.intellij.net/plugin/?id=1545 or
http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge).  Currently, WicketForge supports
Wicket 1.2 in addition to 1.3 and 1.4, but I'd like to remove support for
1.2 to clean a few things up.  First, I want to see if people are still
using 1.2 with WF.

My question to you is: are you still using WicketForge with Wicket 1.2?

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Re: dzone refcard

2009-07-06 Thread Nick Heudecker
Andrew Lombardi created one some time ago.  Should still be available.

On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 12:44 PM, Paolo Di Tommaso paolo.ditomm...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 It would be nice

 -- paolo

 On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 6:07 PM, Luther Baker lutherba...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Is anyone aware of a wicket
  refcardhttp://refcardz.dzone.com/refcardz/core-java-concurrency
  initiative?
  Thoughts?
 
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Re: dzone refcard

2009-07-06 Thread Nick Heudecker
My mistake.  I thought that came out a while ago.

On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 1:43 PM, Andrew Lombardi and...@mysticcoders.comwrote:

 I've got one being pushed through the editorial process at DZone right now,
 should be out very soon.


 On Jul 6, 2009, at 12:48 PM, Nick Heudecker wrote:

  Andrew Lombardi created one some time ago.  Should still be available.

 On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 12:44 PM, Paolo Di Tommaso 
 paolo.ditomm...@gmail.com

 wrote:


  It would be nice

 -- paolo

 On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 6:07 PM, Luther Baker lutherba...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Is anyone aware of a wicket
 refcardhttp://refcardz.dzone.com/refcardz/core-java-concurrency

 initiative?

 Thoughts?

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Re: JDeveloper - Can I get a show of hands?

2009-06-18 Thread Nick Heudecker
JDeveloper?

*crickets*

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Re: OT: ESB

2009-06-03 Thread Nick Heudecker
I'm currently using Camel standalone, but we'll be moving to
Camel+ServiceMix shortly.  I've used Mule as a client on a previous project
and found it brittle and confusing.  That's just my experience though; I
know other people that swear by it.


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 Warning: Off Topic

 Has anyone worked with an open source ESB, and if so do you
 particularly like or dislike your choice?  Please respond to me off
 the list, though of course if anyone wants a brief synopsis of what I
 pull together I'll gladly post it back to the list or send it outside
 of the list.

 I am specifically considering:

 Camel
 Mule
 ServiceMix

 Since we are not willing to move to NetBeans  Glassfish we have
 eliminated OpenESB.  And from a brief survey of google results no one
 really seems to like JBoss ESB so we're not investigating it further
 unless new information otherwise motivates us.

 Sorry for the noise.

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Re: OT: JavaOne

2009-05-18 Thread Nick Heudecker
Unfortunately I won't be able to make it.

On Mon, May 18, 2009 at 10:11 AM, Ryan wicket-us...@mandrake.us wrote:

 Are there any Wicket fans going to JavaOne this year? I'm flying in from
 Boise on June 1st and would love to meet some fellow wicketers while I'm
 there. I'll be wearing all my Wicket attire and singing the Wicket
 praise every chance I get... maybe we will see a session on wicket next
 year.

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Re: Tools for Managing a Wicket Project

2009-04-30 Thread Nick Heudecker
As long as you clear out things like nightlies and snapshots it's not too
bad.  Otherwise, things can get massive.

On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 11:47 AM, Andrew Lombardi
and...@mysticcoders.comwrote:

 Martijn,

 a local version of artifactory?  doesn't that get ... large?

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Re: What IDE best fits with Wicket?

2009-02-24 Thread Nick Heudecker
I didn't think IDEA users would fall for such an obvious trap.

On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 10:21 AM, PY postmas...@py-code.com wrote:


 +1 for IDEA.
 The wicket plugin is really simple but allow to match up markup id from
 HTML
 to Java code.
 Netbeans is cool too.


 Maarten Bosteels wrote:
 
  IDEA users, don't be shy ! ;-)
 
  Probably nobody dared to mention it because it's not free.
  But guess what. It is free for Open Source development (and a personal
  license costs only 225 euro)
 
  I think IDEA is really fantastic.
  It has great maven support out-of-the-box, it will also download sources
  and
  javadocs based on your dependencies.
  And there's a nice plugin for Wicket:
  http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/
 
  My main downside for IDEA is that it still doesn't have proper
  multi-monitor
  support.
 
  To be honest, I haven't tried eclipse or netbeans in a while, so I can't
  really compare.
 
  Maarten
 
  On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 6:45 PM, James Carman
  jcar...@carmanconsulting.comwrote:
 
  +1!  We had an awful lot of trouble getting it to work for us.
 
  On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Martijn Dashorst
  martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
   m2eclipse is absolutely worthless for anything beyond a quickstart. It
   is constantly reparsing poms, grinding eclipse to a halt. It failed to
   generate the right project dependencies for our multimodule project
   that consists of 2 multimodule child projects. It failed miserably to
   uninstall, needing me to axe my eclipse installation.
  
   In short: my experience (and that of my co-workers) with m2eclipse is
   that it is far from ready for prime time.
  
   Martijn
  
   On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Brill Pappin br...@pappin.ca
 wrote:
   I should add something about the Eclipse maven plugins... don't go
 for
  the
   official eclipse Q4 plugin... use the Maven Integration 4 Eclipse
  plugin
   (and actually the development version if your jiggy with it, it works
  and
   gets updated/fixed way more often).
  
   If your on Netbeans, I think Maven will generate Netbeans project
  files
  for
   you as well (it will do so for eclipse), so you could actually flip
  back
  and
   forth if you wanted.
  
   - Brill Pappin
  
   On 23-Feb-09, at 5:19 PM, Pierre Goupil wrote:
  
   +1, I like Wicket Bench. And with M2Eclipse, you have the full
  sources
  
   JavaDoc just by adding Wicket as a dependency, which is very
  convenient.
   But
   don't expect Wicket Bench to do too much, it's just a small, useful
  tool.
  
   Pierre
  
  
   Hi, I use Eclipse with Wicket Bench plugin and it works very fine.
  
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Re: Intellij Idea Plugin Bounty

2009-02-13 Thread Nick Heudecker
I'm working on an intention that will insert that into the root markup
element.

On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Timo Rantalaiho timo.rantala...@ri.fiwrote:

 On Fri, 13 Feb 2009, Andreas Petersson wrote:
  i got the dtd, but where exactly in intellij can you associate the
  wicket dtd with xhtml. setup external resource did not work.

 I've done something like this in the HTML files

  html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;
  xmlns:wicket=
 http://wicket.apache.org/dtds.data/wicket-xhtml1.4-strict.dtd;
  xml:lang=en lang=enbody


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Re: Intellij Idea Plugin Bounty

2009-02-11 Thread Nick Heudecker
Hi Matt,

I'm sorry the IDEA plugin doesn't meet your needs.  I've wanted to implement
several of the features you mention, but like everyone else my time is
severely limited.

That said, WicketForge is open source.  I'm happy to accept patches or even
turn the project over to someone else.

On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 9:41 AM, Matt Welch matt...@welchkin.net wrote:


 I use Intellij Idea for my Java development. In fact, that IDE is one of
 the
 main reasons I so often come back to using Java for many of my projects. I
 also use Wicket and am starting to work with it a lot more than I have in
 the past. While Wicket and Idea get along reasonably well, there's a lot of
 room for improvement in their relationship. That means a Wicket plugin for
 Idea.

 Nick Heudecker has done an admirable job with WicketForge
 (http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/), however 1) when I try to use that
 plugin, I constantly get exceptions and 2) it doesn't do some of the the
 things I'm really interested in. This is no criticism of Nick. If I recall
 one of his messages correctly, he developed this plugin for his own use and
 it was extremely generous of him to publish the code as open source. He's
 even made pretty regular improvements to it, but at least for me
 personally,
 it doesn't meet my needs for a Wicket plugin.

 Now, I can't, in good conscience just pop on to this mailing list and ask
 someone out of the goodness of their heart to get to it!, so I'm willing
 to start the ball rolling on an incentive in the form of a bounty; one that
 I hope other Wicket and Idea users will contribute to as well.  First,
 though, I'd like to come to some kind of agreement about a feature set for
 such a plugin so that when I post the bounty I can be as specific as
 possible in its criteria.

 Here is a list of my most desired features in the order of priority:

 1) Navigation between template and code - I would like the ability to move
 in both directions between a template and it's Java code. This means in an
 overall sense (e.g. moving back and forth between a top level page class
 and
 the HTML file) and in a more granular sense (e.g. moving back and forth
 between an HTML element with a wicket:id and the Wicket Java Component with
 the same id). I should be able to bind a keystroke to this action. It
 should
 preferably be the same keystroke in both directions.

 2) Code completion for wicket:message keys - I would like code completion
 for the wicket:message key attribute. It should work something like the
 XML code completion when there isn't a DTD or schema available. It would be
 based on other keys already available on the page. So for instance if I had
 already created a wicket:message with a key of
 userform.detailfieldset.username.label I would expect that when I created
 another wicket:message and started typing us in the key attribute, code
 completion would allow me to expand what I typed similar to what happens
 when typing package names.

 3) Properties file intention - I would like an Idea intention that would
 allow me to automatically add wicket:message keys to a resource
 properties
 file. By default this would add it to a properties file with the same name
 as the template (even creating the properties file if necessary), however
 it
 should be configurable to use an application-wide properties file if that's
 what the user prefers. When adding the key to the properties file it should
 be placed in a logical manner according to it's period separated name so
 the
 key userform.detailfieldset.username.label would be placed just after
 other keys with the name userform.detailfieldset.username or
 userform.detailfieldset.username. The intention should leave the cursor
 after the = in the properties file.

 4) Code completion on wicket tags and attributes - I would like code
 completion for all wicket tags (e.g. wicket:extend, wicket:message,
 etc.) in HTML templates. This is something of a lower priority as Idea's
 Live Template functionality takes much of the pain out of not having code
 completion for items in the wicket namespace. This doesn't help with the
 error/warning issue, though.

 5) Validation for wicket namespace and attributes in hTML template - In a
 similar vein, I would like wicket attributes like wicket:id and wicket
 tags like wicket:message to not show up as either errors or warnings in
 my
 HTML templates.

 This is just off the top of my head. I'm sure there are more and perhaps
 even some that should be higher on the priority list. Once some kind of
 feature set is agreed by Idea users here in the mailing list, I'll kick off
 the bounty on one of the software bounty sites and contribute $200. I know
 it's not much but I'll try to get my company to pony up a few dollars as
 well. That along with whatever contributions anyone else would like to make
 will hopefully be an incentive for someone. Maybe there's someone out there
 who's been wanting to do this for a while and the bounty will simply

Re: Intellij Idea Plugin Bounty

2009-02-11 Thread Nick Heudecker
No, not at all and I completely understand your frustration from the user
perspective.  I imagine it's very similar to mine when I try to deal with
the IDEA plugin API.  :)

Let me see what I can put together over the next few days.

On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 1:52 PM, Matt Welch matt...@welchkin.net wrote:


 I hope I didn't give the wrong impression. I really appreciate the work
 you've done and looking at the code, it's a heck of a lot of work. If I
 hadn't tried wicketforge and saw the potential there I never would have
 been
 so motivated to start this process. I just didn't want to be that guy who
 just said I want this and I want that to someone who had already
 donated
 so much of their time. That's why I'm proposing the bounty. That way I can
 not feel like such a leech when I ask for specific things.

 -Matt



 Nick Heudecker wrote:
 
  Hi Matt,
 
  I'm sorry the IDEA plugin doesn't meet your needs.  I've wanted to
  implement
  several of the features you mention, but like everyone else my time is
  severely limited.
 
  That said, WicketForge is open source.  I'm happy to accept patches or
  even
  turn the project over to someone else.
 
  On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 9:41 AM, Matt Welch matt...@welchkin.net
 wrote:
 
 
  I use Intellij Idea for my Java development. In fact, that IDE is one of
  the
  main reasons I so often come back to using Java for many of my projects.
  I
  also use Wicket and am starting to work with it a lot more than I have
 in
  the past. While Wicket and Idea get along reasonably well, there's a lot
  of
  room for improvement in their relationship. That means a Wicket plugin
  for
  Idea.
 
  Nick Heudecker has done an admirable job with WicketForge
  (http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/), however 1) when I try to use
  that
  plugin, I constantly get exceptions and 2) it doesn't do some of the the
  things I'm really interested in. This is no criticism of Nick. If I
  recall
  one of his messages correctly, he developed this plugin for his own use
  and
  it was extremely generous of him to publish the code as open source.
 He's
  even made pretty regular improvements to it, but at least for me
  personally,
  it doesn't meet my needs for a Wicket plugin.
 
  Now, I can't, in good conscience just pop on to this mailing list and
 ask
  someone out of the goodness of their heart to get to it!, so I'm
  willing
  to start the ball rolling on an incentive in the form of a bounty; one
  that
  I hope other Wicket and Idea users will contribute to as well.  First,
  though, I'd like to come to some kind of agreement about a feature set
  for
  such a plugin so that when I post the bounty I can be as specific as
  possible in its criteria.
 
  Here is a list of my most desired features in the order of priority:
 
  1) Navigation between template and code - I would like the ability to
  move
  in both directions between a template and it's Java code. This means in
  an
  overall sense (e.g. moving back and forth between a top level page class
  and
  the HTML file) and in a more granular sense (e.g. moving back and forth
  between an HTML element with a wicket:id and the Wicket Java Component
  with
  the same id). I should be able to bind a keystroke to this action. It
  should
  preferably be the same keystroke in both directions.
 
  2) Code completion for wicket:message keys - I would like code
 completion
  for the wicket:message key attribute. It should work something like
  the
  XML code completion when there isn't a DTD or schema available. It would
  be
  based on other keys already available on the page. So for instance if I
  had
  already created a wicket:message with a key of
  userform.detailfieldset.username.label I would expect that when I
  created
  another wicket:message and started typing us in the key attribute,
  code
  completion would allow me to expand what I typed similar to what happens
  when typing package names.
 
  3) Properties file intention - I would like an Idea intention that would
  allow me to automatically add wicket:message keys to a resource
  properties
  file. By default this would add it to a properties file with the same
  name
  as the template (even creating the properties file if necessary),
 however
  it
  should be configurable to use an application-wide properties file if
  that's
  what the user prefers. When adding the key to the properties file it
  should
  be placed in a logical manner according to it's period separated name so
  the
  key userform.detailfieldset.username.label would be placed just after
  other keys with the name userform.detailfieldset.username or
  userform.detailfieldset.username. The intention should leave the
 cursor
  after the = in the properties file.
 
  4) Code completion on wicket tags and attributes - I would like code
  completion for all wicket tags (e.g. wicket:extend, wicket:message,
  etc.) in HTML templates. This is something of a lower priority as Idea's
  Live Template functionality

Re: WicketForge 0.5.0 Available for IDEA 8

2009-02-11 Thread Nick Heudecker
I've published WicketForge 0.5.1 to the IDEA plugins site.

   - Toggling between HTML and Java is fixed.  Let me know if you're still
   having problems with the cursor ending up at the correct location.  It's
   work correctly here but your results may vary.
   - The intentions are also fixed.  Nobody mentioned the intentions not
   working, so I'm guessing no one knew about them.  There are intentions to
   create a markup page/panel/properties file if you alt-enter while the cursor
   is on the class name.



On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 10:05 AM, Don Hass donh...@gmail.com wrote:


 Here is what I see in Diana #9647 build on Windows XP.


 Class/HTML Switching (WORKS)
 Alt + Shift + W switch between class and markup/html.


 Inspections (PARTLY WORKS)
 It seems to work in markup/html files, but not in source files for missing
 Wicket IDs.


 Goto (DOES NOT APPEAR TO WORK AT ALL)
 Control+Clicking on a Wicket ID in the Java or markup takes you to the
 corresponding Wicket ID in the accompanying file.  Jumps between files, but
 not to correct locations.


 Completion (WORKS)
 When editing an HTML file, popup completion data provides Wicket IDs in the
 corresponding Java source file.


 Progress and thank you Nick.


 /Don



 Nick Heudecker wrote:
 
  Thanks for the feedback Maarten.  I'm going to publish the plugin today
 to
  the IDEA site then work on fixing that bug as soon as I can.
 
  On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 8:46 AM, Maarten Bosteels
  mbosteels@gmail.comwrote:
 
  Hello Nick,
 
  The new plugin installs fine.  This is what works on my systems:
 
  (a) ALT + SHIFT + W = switching between java and html files
  (b) in the html file clicking on a wicket:id value = jumps to
  corresponding
  Java code
  (c) CTRL + SPACEBAR when inside a wicket:id value in the html file =
  dropdown box for completion
  (d) in html file: warning Wicket ID missing in Java source when using
  an
  invalid wicket:id value
 
  not working:
  (e) clicking on a wicket:id in the Java code,  expected to jump to
  correspondig wicket:id in html file, but nothing happens
 
  I saw same results on these two machines:
 
  Fedora 8
  IDEA 8.0.1 EAP build 9164
  JDK 1.6.0_11
 
  Fedora 9
  IDEA 8.0 build #9572
  JDK 1.6.0_11
 
  If I remember correctly, (e) used to work on IDEA 7.
 
  Nothing interesting in ~/.IntelliJIdea80/system/log/idea.log
  Except maybe this:
  2009-01-16 17:10:33,433 [   3126]   INFO -
 api.vfs.impl.local.FileWatcher
  -
  Native file watcher failed to startup.
 
  Let me know what I can do to help you fix this because your plugin
  totally
  rocks !
 
  Thanks,
  Maarten
 
  On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 5:28 PM, Nick Heudecker nheudec...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
   That's what I get for trying to rush things.  You can download it from
   here:
  
  
   http://www.systemmobile.com/code/WicketForge-0.5.0.zip
  
   And rename the zip to a jar.  I'll update the instructions page next.
  
   On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 7:40 AM, Don Hass donh...@gmail.com wrote:
  
   
Ditto.
   
That's just teasing Nick!
   
   
Maarten Bosteels wrote:

 Hello,

 I tried to download
http://www.systemmobile.com/code/WicketForge-0.5.0.jar
 but it's an empty file (zero bytes)

 Thanks,
 Maarten

 On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Nick Heudecker
 nheudec...@gmail.comwrote:

 I'm looking for some people to test WicketForge 0.5.0 with IDEA
 8.
   As
 far
 as I can tell, everything seems to be working, but I'd like to
 get
   more
 people testing before I publish it to the IDEA plugin site.

 Instructions and download here:
http://www.systemmobile.com/?page_id=283

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Re: WicketForge 0.5.0 Available for IDEA 8

2009-02-11 Thread Nick Heudecker
 great news! i have been looking forward to this :) thanks a lot for your
 hard work.
 small suggestion though: there should be a short descriptions of the
 funtionality in the plugin description, i did not know about half of the
 features until now.



If nobody knows about the features, they can't file bugs if something fails
to work. ;)



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Re: WicketForge 0.5.0 Available for IDEA 8

2009-02-11 Thread Nick Heudecker
Make sure the intentions are enabled on the Settings dialog.  Other than
that it should be working.  What's your IDEA version?



On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 9:35 PM, Matt Welch matt...@welchkin.net wrote:


 Perhaps I'm missing it, but I can't seem to get the intentions to work. So
 if
 I have:


 public class MyPage extends WebPage {
 }

 and the cursor is somewhere on MyPage I should be able to activate these
 intentions? The only intentions I'm seeing now are the built in Idea ones.
 Everything else, though, is working beautifully. No more exceptions when
 idea loads and having a shortcut key to toggle between the components and
 HTML and back is awesome.

 -Matt




 Nick Heudecker wrote:
 
  I've published WicketForge 0.5.1 to the IDEA plugins site.
 
 - Toggling between HTML and Java is fixed.  Let me know if you're
 still
 having problems with the cursor ending up at the correct location.
  It's
 work correctly here but your results may vary.
 - The intentions are also fixed.  Nobody mentioned the intentions not
 working, so I'm guessing no one knew about them.  There are intentions
  to
 create a markup page/panel/properties file if you alt-enter while the
  cursor
 is on the class name.
 
 
 
  On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 10:05 AM, Don Hass donh...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 
  Here is what I see in Diana #9647 build on Windows XP.
 
 
  Class/HTML Switching (WORKS)
  Alt + Shift + W switch between class and markup/html.
 
 
  Inspections (PARTLY WORKS)
  It seems to work in markup/html files, but not in source files for
  missing
  Wicket IDs.
 
 
  Goto (DOES NOT APPEAR TO WORK AT ALL)
  Control+Clicking on a Wicket ID in the Java or markup takes you to the
  corresponding Wicket ID in the accompanying file.  Jumps between files,
  but
  not to correct locations.
 
 
  Completion (WORKS)
  When editing an HTML file, popup completion data provides Wicket IDs in
  the
  corresponding Java source file.
 
 
  Progress and thank you Nick.
 
 
  /Don
 
 
 
  Nick Heudecker wrote:
  
   Thanks for the feedback Maarten.  I'm going to publish the plugin
 today
  to
   the IDEA site then work on fixing that bug as soon as I can.
  
   On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 8:46 AM, Maarten Bosteels
   mbosteels@gmail.comwrote:
  
   Hello Nick,
  
   The new plugin installs fine.  This is what works on my systems:
  
   (a) ALT + SHIFT + W = switching between java and html files
   (b) in the html file clicking on a wicket:id value = jumps to
   corresponding
   Java code
   (c) CTRL + SPACEBAR when inside a wicket:id value in the html file =
   dropdown box for completion
   (d) in html file: warning Wicket ID missing in Java source when
  using
   an
   invalid wicket:id value
  
   not working:
   (e) clicking on a wicket:id in the Java code,  expected to jump to
   correspondig wicket:id in html file, but nothing happens
  
   I saw same results on these two machines:
  
   Fedora 8
   IDEA 8.0.1 EAP build 9164
   JDK 1.6.0_11
  
   Fedora 9
   IDEA 8.0 build #9572
   JDK 1.6.0_11
  
   If I remember correctly, (e) used to work on IDEA 7.
  
   Nothing interesting in ~/.IntelliJIdea80/system/log/idea.log
   Except maybe this:
   2009-01-16 17:10:33,433 [   3126]   INFO -
  api.vfs.impl.local.FileWatcher
   -
   Native file watcher failed to startup.
  
   Let me know what I can do to help you fix this because your plugin
   totally
   rocks !
  
   Thanks,
   Maarten
  
   On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 5:28 PM, Nick Heudecker 
 nheudec...@gmail.com
   wrote:
  
That's what I get for trying to rush things.  You can download it
  from
here:
   
   
http://www.systemmobile.com/code/WicketForge-0.5.0.zip
   
And rename the zip to a jar.  I'll update the instructions page
  next.
   
On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 7:40 AM, Don Hass donh...@gmail.com
 wrote:
   

 Ditto.

 That's just teasing Nick!


 Maarten Bosteels wrote:
 
  Hello,
 
  I tried to download
 http://www.systemmobile.com/code/WicketForge-0.5.0.jar
  but it's an empty file (zero bytes)
 
  Thanks,
  Maarten
 
  On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Nick Heudecker
  nheudec...@gmail.comwrote:
 
  I'm looking for some people to test WicketForge 0.5.0 with
 IDEA
  8.
As
  far
  as I can tell, everything seems to be working, but I'd like to
  get
more
  people testing before I publish it to the IDEA plugin site.
 
  Instructions and download here:
 http://www.systemmobile.com/?page_id=283
 
  --
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  http://www.systemmobile.com
 
  Eventful - Intelligent Event Management
  http://www.eventfulhq.com
 
 
 

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Re: [OT] Java hosting USB stick deployment

2009-02-05 Thread Nick Heudecker
I use eapps.com for hosting.  Not sure what the problem is with USB drives,
since you can get a 2GB drive for $6.



On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 1:29 PM, Kaspar Fischer fisch...@inf.ethz.ch wrote:

 I am in the midst of deciding on the technology to use for an application
 that must be (i) cheap to host and (ii) must be deployable on USB sticks
 (Windows/Mac), for use in ad hoc networks. Options include
 Wicket/Hibernate/Spring or a PHP framework like Drupal, in some web
 container like e.g. Resin, XAMPP/MAMP, etc.

 Does anybody on the list know of very cheap Java hosting possibilities? I
 image most of us on the list are working in the enterprise sector but maybe
 somebody knows of a good deal?

 (There was once a rumor that Google would offer something,
 http://www.oreillynet.com/onjava/blog/2008/05/podraziks_prediction_java_next.html,
 any guesses on this?)

 I am also interested in whether people from the list have made experiences
 with running Wicket on USB sticks?

 Thanks,
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Re: WicketForge 0.5.0 Available for IDEA 8

2009-01-16 Thread Nick Heudecker
Thanks for the feedback Maarten.  I'm going to publish the plugin today to
the IDEA site then work on fixing that bug as soon as I can.

On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 8:46 AM, Maarten Bosteels
mbosteels@gmail.comwrote:

 Hello Nick,

 The new plugin installs fine.  This is what works on my systems:

 (a) ALT + SHIFT + W = switching between java and html files
 (b) in the html file clicking on a wicket:id value = jumps to
 corresponding
 Java code
 (c) CTRL + SPACEBAR when inside a wicket:id value in the html file =
 dropdown box for completion
 (d) in html file: warning Wicket ID missing in Java source when using an
 invalid wicket:id value

 not working:
 (e) clicking on a wicket:id in the Java code,  expected to jump to
 correspondig wicket:id in html file, but nothing happens

 I saw same results on these two machines:

 Fedora 8
 IDEA 8.0.1 EAP build 9164
 JDK 1.6.0_11

 Fedora 9
 IDEA 8.0 build #9572
 JDK 1.6.0_11

 If I remember correctly, (e) used to work on IDEA 7.

 Nothing interesting in ~/.IntelliJIdea80/system/log/idea.log
 Except maybe this:
 2009-01-16 17:10:33,433 [   3126]   INFO - api.vfs.impl.local.FileWatcher -
 Native file watcher failed to startup.

 Let me know what I can do to help you fix this because your plugin totally
 rocks !

 Thanks,
 Maarten

 On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 5:28 PM, Nick Heudecker nheudec...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  That's what I get for trying to rush things.  You can download it from
  here:
 
 
  http://www.systemmobile.com/code/WicketForge-0.5.0.zip
 
  And rename the zip to a jar.  I'll update the instructions page next.
 
  On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 7:40 AM, Don Hass donh...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  
   Ditto.
  
   That's just teasing Nick!
  
  
   Maarten Bosteels wrote:
   
Hello,
   
I tried to download
   http://www.systemmobile.com/code/WicketForge-0.5.0.jar
but it's an empty file (zero bytes)
   
Thanks,
Maarten
   
On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Nick Heudecker
nheudec...@gmail.comwrote:
   
I'm looking for some people to test WicketForge 0.5.0 with IDEA 8.
  As
far
as I can tell, everything seems to be working, but I'd like to get
  more
people testing before I publish it to the IDEA plugin site.
   
Instructions and download here:
   http://www.systemmobile.com/?page_id=283
   
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Re: Things I miss in Wicket

2009-01-15 Thread Nick Heudecker
How are you envisioning this working from within an IDE?  This sounds like
an interesting feature to add.

On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Martin Makundi 
martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:

  3. Pick up components automatically without needing to add them in the
 Java code:
 
  add(new LastPostsPanel(lastPostsPanel));
  add(new NewsPanel(newsPanel));
 
  This could be matched automatically

 This should be accomplished using and IDE, not by default. I would not
 mind an IDE that could match the wicket:id's at when writing.

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Re: WicketForge 0.5.0 Available for IDEA 8

2009-01-14 Thread Nick Heudecker
That's what I get for trying to rush things.  You can download it from here:


http://www.systemmobile.com/code/WicketForge-0.5.0.zip

And rename the zip to a jar.  I'll update the instructions page next.

On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 7:40 AM, Don Hass donh...@gmail.com wrote:


 Ditto.

 That's just teasing Nick!


 Maarten Bosteels wrote:
 
  Hello,
 
  I tried to download
 http://www.systemmobile.com/code/WicketForge-0.5.0.jar
  but it's an empty file (zero bytes)
 
  Thanks,
  Maarten
 
  On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Nick Heudecker
  nheudec...@gmail.comwrote:
 
  I'm looking for some people to test WicketForge 0.5.0 with IDEA 8.  As
  far
  as I can tell, everything seems to be working, but I'd like to get more
  people testing before I publish it to the IDEA plugin site.
 
  Instructions and download here:
 http://www.systemmobile.com/?page_id=283
 
  --
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  http://www.systemmobile.com
 
  Eventful - Intelligent Event Management
  http://www.eventfulhq.com
 
 
 

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WicketForge 0.5.0 Available for IDEA 8

2009-01-13 Thread Nick Heudecker
I'm looking for some people to test WicketForge 0.5.0 with IDEA 8.  As far
as I can tell, everything seems to be working, but I'd like to get more
people testing before I publish it to the IDEA plugin site.

Instructions and download here: http://www.systemmobile.com/?page_id=283

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Re: brainstorming

2009-01-07 Thread Nick Heudecker
It's a good idea, but I believe it would be difficult to implement in IDEA.
From my experience, writing a plugin for IDEA is tedious and very labor
intensive since there are few docs and little support from Jetbrains.  They
don't seem motivated to support their plugin framework.

That said, if I can ever figure out why my Wicket plugin isn't working, I'll
be sure to look into refactoring support. :)

On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 2:57 AM, Daniele Dellafiore ilde...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi everyone.

 I am thinking about how could be useful to have a feature like the one
 I am going to describe. I would like to receive feedback from you.

 Using wicket for a long time now, one of the most tedious task is
 panel refactoring. I mean, often you start with some simple panel
 then it grows and you split in several panels.
 This operation is tedious becouse there is no IDE support for
 refactoring both java and html side.

 The generation/update of the java code starting from html seems to be
 useful. I figure out a couple of sceneries:

 1. I want to create a brand new app, I spend some time with the
 designer that produce the html/css for the basic three pages of my
 first release: home, list of product and details. Really basic.

 Then I want to create the webapp based on wicket: I would like to give
 the three html pages and the css to a software that generates for me
 all the wicket panels, html and java files.
 I can act like this: after getting the files from the designer, I go
 into that and put the wicket:id wherever I want. So I can tell the
 magical wicket compiler where to create panel.

 Then I can get all my java and the corresponding wicket:panel and
 pages with extends. I guess it should be possible, technically.


 2. I want to refactor: after the first release I need some more
 elements in my pages so the designer add the elements to html pages
 (with the wicket:id) and then I want to update my wicket files. Here
 come the trick: very probably I have added some java code to the
 panels that the compiler creates the first time. I want to update,
 probably I need to split some panel into 2 or 3 different panels.


 Le me think about how it should work, for a single page.
 First, we get the html/css with wicket:id· Then our wizard split it
 into all wicket pages and panels. Should be easy.
 Then we need to generate the java code. we can determine the kind of
 wicket component from the html tag: button, label, a, and so on...

 Then usually we make changes to java code, to add behavior and so on.

 Then we want to refactor, two scenario here:

 1. arrives the new html pages from the designer
 2. we refactor in place.

 In case 2, maybe we just need some ide support: some refactoring
 actions starting from wicket panels that affects java code. wicket
 bench offers something but nothing for refactoring and the project is
 almost dead right now.

 In case 1 is harder, I think is possible to handle automatically only
 some cases like we just have new panels where before we have a single
 one AND we still have that old one that is now a container of the new
 panels

 Well, It cannot seem that much but these are some automations that can
 be done and cover a lot of repetetive task in building a wicket app.
 In particular the first thing allow us to have a full web site
 parsed from a generic html page.

 What do you think? Am I getting crazy or there is something useful here?

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Re: [OT] Merb-Rails Merge

2008-12-23 Thread Nick Heudecker
Can you imagine if we only had one web framework?  Most of the conferences
would shut down and Java book sales would plummet.

What would Java developers argue about with only one web framework?  Other
than disputes over IDEs, AJAX frameworks, SOAP APIs, testing, SCM, and
dozens of other things where the stakes are so low that it couldn't possibly
matter, we'd have nothing to talk about. ;)


On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 1:54 PM, Serkan Camurcuoglu serk...@telenity.comwrote:


 This page
 http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2008/12/23/merb-gets-merged-into-rails-3
 http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2008/12/23/merb-gets-merged-into-rails-3 made
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Re: WicketForge - Wicket Plugin for IDEA

2008-12-14 Thread Nick Heudecker
Hi Don,

I've been working on migrating it to IDEA 8 but I haven't had much time
lately.  My schedule will open up at the end of this week and I'm hoping to
finish porting the code shortly.  Apologies for the delay.



On Sun, Dec 14, 2008 at 11:07 AM, Don Hass donh...@gmail.com wrote:


 Does anyone know if the development of wicketforge going to continue so it
 supports the new release of Intellij 8?  We haven't heard anything from
 Nick
 on the Google code since end of July.

 I know there are several of us that would love to see it updated to support
 8, since the .40 release is broken because of entire plugin api changes.


 Thanks,

 /Don



 Nick Heudecker wrote:
 
  All:
 
  I've taken the old Wicket Assistant code from Wicket Stuff and create a
  new
  version of the plugin called WicketForge.  You can download it using
  IDEA's
  plugin manager interface and look for the WicketForge plugin.  Additional
  information can be found here: http://code.google.com/p/wicketforge/
 
  Suggestions for additional features are welcome.
 
  -Nick
 
 

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Re: OFF TOPIC - all-in-one wysiwyg website package?

2008-11-13 Thread Nick Heudecker
I've used Wordpress for this a number of times.  Easy to customize and
extend.



On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 6:10 AM, Richard Allen [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

 What about just starting with Google Sites:
 http://www.google.com/sites/overview.html ?

 It's free and easy. Good for a static website, which sounds like what you
 are looking to produce.

 -Richard

 On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 4:05 AM, Stefan Lindner [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:

  Take a look at Joomla 1.5 (www.joomla.org). If you have a linux box with
  Apache/php/MySql the Joomla installation is just to unzip the
 distribution
  and run a litte menu driven install program. Administration is easy,
 plugins
  for nearly every purpose are available. 3 designs are part of the base
  package, more skins and designs can be installed by the administrator.
 
  Good luck!
 
  Stefan
 
  -Ursprüngliche Nachricht-
  Von: Jeremy Thomerson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Gesendet: Donnerstag, 13. November 2008 03:49
  An: users@wicket.apache.org
  Betreff: OFF TOPIC - all-in-one wysiwyg website package?
 
  This is off-topic, but I figured there couldn't be a better pool of
 people
  to ask.  I have several friends and family members that want to set up
  small
  websites for their businesses or hobbies.  Of course, then they'll want
 to
  customize them and make them look like this or like that.  And add a
 page,
  and edit a page, etc.  You've probably been in the same spot - you're the
  computer guy in the family - obviously I can't build them something
  custom
  (we're talking free).  And I don't want to maintain it for them forever,
  etc...
 
  So - do you know of any good website packages out there?  I'm not even
 sure
  what the right name would be.  But it would need to have these
  requirements:
 
- Total non-technical control over adding and editing pages / content
(wysiwyg)
- Control looks by using themes that can be downloaded or maybe editing
CSS
- Possibly plugins for things like RSS feeds / contact pages / and/or
e-commerce stores
- Can be any language - I have a server to put it on, so I'm not
 adverse
to PHP / Python / MySQL / etc...
- Preferably I unzip a copy of it to a directory for them, give them
access to the admin (maybe setup a MySQL DB for them), and I'm DONE!
 
  I've even thought of trying to build this out of BRIX, but I'm not sure
  that's the right answer, plus then there wouldn't be any plugins already
  available.
 
  Any tips?
 
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Re: Feedback/Error message.

2008-11-04 Thread Nick Heudecker
Or just style it with CSS.

On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 9:46 AM, Graeme Knight [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Hey!

 Cool - add a feedback panel then set error - I like that! I didn't get to
 that part in the Wicket in Action as yet but I see how it works!

 Actually - my authentication method is very similar to the one on the book
 (again not got to that part yet), so I'm pretty psyched I'm heading in the
 right direction!

 I'm assuming if I wanted a panel with an icon and an error message I just
 create a component with a feedback panel and an image and populate
 accordingly?

 Cheers, Graeme.


 igor.vaynberg wrote:
 
  On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 8:02 PM, Graeme Knight [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  wrote:
  3) onSubmit authenticates against the database through a load on a
  LoadableDetachableModel, and returns the result as the model's object.
 
  ^ sounds interesting...paste your code.
 
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Re: [announce] Wicket in Action e-book has been published!

2008-08-14 Thread Nick Heudecker
All interesting points.  Thanks for clarifying.

On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 12:01 AM, Toto Laricot [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

 On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 6:13 PM, Nick Heudecker [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:

  Why did you move away from Seam?


 It was a project for one of our clients. They let us pick the technology.
 We
 first selected SEAM because we thought it would be easier for the  client
 to
 take over the code once the app would switch to maintenance mode (JSF is a
 standard, wicket is still an obscure framework, yadayadayada...).
 We developed the first 75%  with SEAM. Everything worked great
 (functionally
 speaking), the client was happy, but the code was hard to follow (xml
 config
 files, triggers, etc.), the compile/test cycles were very long, the project
 structure was too complex (we use maven: we needed 3 different modules to
 produce the final ear file).
 So, without telling the customer (and without charging them) we ported the
 project to wicket. Huge win:
  - Simpler code
  - shorter compile/test cycle (with wicket we're launching the app with
 embedded jetty during development)
  - shorted learning curve: it's easier to bring a developer up to speed on
 a wicket project that it is on a jboss/seam one.
  - amazing support through the form


 I'm not saying SEAM is a bad framework. It might even be better than
 Wicket,
 or better suited for  some environments. But one thing is certain: it's a
 lot more complex to master.





Re: [announce] Wicket in Action e-book has been published!

2008-08-13 Thread Nick Heudecker
Why did you move away from Seam?

On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 5:59 PM, Toto Laricot [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

 We ported an application from JBOSS/SEAM to Wicket in 2 weeks. The app has
 been successfully deployed in production.
 Although the wiki had all the scode sample we could wish for, and searching
 the forum always answered our questions, I'll buy the book to express our
 gratitude to the Wicket team.
 It's been an awesome experience.
 T.
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Re: Wicket Branding

2008-06-06 Thread Nick Heudecker
Look for setStyle/getStyle.

On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 10:18 AM, Martin Makundi 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi!

 Localization of content is pretty easy with Wicket - how about branding?

 Customer xyz should see Main_xyz.html and logo_xyz.gif - can this be
 achieved centrally in a manner similar to localization?

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Re: users, please give us your opinion: what is your take on generics with Wicket

2008-06-01 Thread Nick Heudecker
 1) Generifying* Wicket
   [X] Can best be done in a limited fashion, where we only generify
 IModel but not components. I care more about what generifying can do
 for API clarity (declaring a component to only accept certain models
 for instance) than static type checking.


 2) How strongly do you feel about your choice above?
   [X] I might rethink upgrading if my choice doesn't win.


I'm content with the way things work now, but adding generics to models
would be helpful.  It's unclear if adding generics to components would be
worth the complexity.


Re: Spring?

2008-05-20 Thread Nick Heudecker
I have to agree with James.  I wouldn't build an application without Spring
at this point because of the convenience and flexibility it offers.  Guice
looks nice, but the tool support isn't there yet.

On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 7:22 PM, James Carman [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 A resounding YES to Spring!

 On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 8:04 PM, Bruce McGuire [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
  Hello All.
 
 
 
  We are just starting a new version of an existing app, moving toward open
  source technologies. We have decided on using Wicket based on some
  prototypes we have done, and are using Hibernate for the models.
 
 
 
  Our question is this: do you recommend also adding Spring into the mix?
 
 
 
  There are aspects (no pun intended) of Spring that we like, but are
 unsure
  if the benefits (AOP, IOC) are worth the added effort.
 
 
 
  I appreciate your thoughts on this.
 
 
 
  Thanks,
 
 
 
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Re: Strange ClassCastException with DropDownChoice

2008-04-17 Thread Nick Heudecker
)

at
 org.apache.wicket.ajax.AjaxRequestTarget.respondComponent(AjaxRequestTar
 get.java:703)

at
 org.apache.wicket.ajax.AjaxRequestTarget.respondComponents(AjaxRequestTa
 rget.java:605)

at
 org.apache.wicket.ajax.AjaxRequestTarget.respond(AjaxRequestTarget.java:
 520)

at
 org.apache.wicket.request.AbstractRequestCycleProcessor.respond(Abstract
 RequestCycleProcessor.java:104)

at
 org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle.processEventsAndRespond(RequestCycle.java
 :1172)

at
 org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle.step(RequestCycle.java:1243)

at
 org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle.steps(RequestCycle.java:1330)

at
 org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle.request(RequestCycle.java:493)

at
 org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.WicketFilter.doGet(WicketFilter.java:358
 )

at
 org.apache.wicket.protocol.http.WicketFilter.doFilter(WicketFilter.java:
 194)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler$CachedChain.doFilter(ServletHan
 dler.java:1084)

at
 com.foo.common.filter.InterceptorFilter.doFilter(InterceptorFilter.java:
 60)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler$CachedChain.doFilter(ServletHan
 dler.java:1084)

at
 com.foo.common.filter.RequestInfoGatheringFilter.doFilter(RequestInfoGat
 heringFilter.java:33)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler$CachedChain.doFilter(ServletHan
 dler.java:1084)

at
 org.springframework.orm.hibernate3.support.OpenSessionInViewFilter.doFil
 terInternal(OpenSessionInViewFilter.java:198)

at
 org.springframework.web.filter.OncePerRequestFilter.doFilter(OncePerRequ
 estFilter.java:75)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler$CachedChain.doFilter(ServletHan
 dler.java:1084)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler.handle(ServletHandler.java:360)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.security.SecurityHandler.handle(SecurityHandler.java:2
 16)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.servlet.SessionHandler.handle(SessionHandler.java:181)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.handler.ContextHandler.handle(ContextHandler.java:712)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.webapp.WebAppContext.handle(WebAppContext.java:405)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.handler.ContextHandlerCollection.handle(ContextHandler
 Collection.java:211)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.handler.HandlerCollection.handle(HandlerCollection.jav
 a:114)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.handler.HandlerWrapper.handle(HandlerWrapper.java:139)

at org.mortbay.jetty.Server.handle(Server.java:313)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.HttpConnection.handleRequest(HttpConnection.java:506)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.HttpConnection$RequestHandler.headerComplete(HttpConne
 ction.java:830)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.HttpParser.parseNext(HttpParser.java:514)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.HttpParser.parseAvailable(HttpParser.java:211)

at
 org.mortbay.jetty.HttpConnection.handle(HttpConnection.java:381)

at
 org.mortbay.io.nio.SelectChannelEndPoint.run(SelectChannelEndPoint.java:
 396)

at
 org.mortbay.thread.BoundedThreadPool$PoolThread.run(BoundedThreadPool.ja
 va:442)

 Caused by: java.lang.ClassCastException: [Ljava.lang.String;

at
 org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.AbstractChoice.getChoices(AbstractCho
 ice.java:204)

at
 org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.AbstractChoice.onComponentTagBody(Abs
 tractChoice.java:342)

at
 org.apache.wicket.Component.renderComponent(Component.java:2471)

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Re: DataTable and Panel issue

2008-04-16 Thread Nick Heudecker
Can you post any code?  Use a (Wicket powered!) pastebin if possible.

http://www.papernapkin.org/pastebin/home



On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 7:41 PM, Ritz123 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Will appreciate a response or any pointers.


 Ritz123 wrote:
 
  Hi,
 
  I have put DataTable in a panel instead of putting it on the pages
  directly as shown in the examples.
 
  As a result of this iterator() method of the DataProvider is not getting
  called with first and count updated. I have created
 bookmarkablepagelinks
  for the table navigation so its SEO friendly. Since DataTable is
 actually
  added in the panel, panel is added in the page constructor and panel
  constructor updates rowsperpage and current page based on what is passed
  in the bookmarkablelink pageparameters.
 
  This seems to suggest the model somewhere is NOT dynamic - not sure what
  am I missing.
 

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Re: DataTable and Panel issue

2008-04-16 Thread Nick Heudecker
Having the DT in the Panel shouldn't impact your paging.  It's possible that
your service object isn't doing what you think it is.



On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 8:34 PM, Ritz123 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Thanks Nick for the response...

 Posted the code

 http://www.papernapkin.org/pastebin/view/511/

 Let me know if more explanation is needed.



 Nick Heudecker wrote:
 
  Can you post any code?  Use a (Wicket powered!) pastebin if possible.
 
  http://www.papernapkin.org/pastebin/home
 
 
 
  On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 7:41 PM, Ritz123 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
 
 
  Will appreciate a response or any pointers.
 
 
  Ritz123 wrote:
  
   Hi,
  
   I have put DataTable in a panel instead of putting it on the pages
   directly as shown in the examples.
  
   As a result of this iterator() method of the DataProvider is not
  getting
   called with first and count updated. I have created
  bookmarkablepagelinks
   for the table navigation so its SEO friendly. Since DataTable is
  actually
   added in the panel, panel is added in the page constructor and panel
   constructor updates rowsperpage and current page based on what is
  passed
   in the bookmarkablelink pageparameters.
  
   This seems to suggest the model somewhere is NOT dynamic - not sure
  what
   am I missing.
  
 
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Re: Selecting a radio programmatically?

2008-04-16 Thread Nick Heudecker
Radio objects can have values other than boolean.

On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 8:53 PM, Michael Mehrle [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 Simple actually - I need to select a radio in a group programmatically
 (without user interaction). Is this done via setting the model of the
 radio to a true Boolean?



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Re: Good example for FormComponentPanel?

2008-04-14 Thread Nick Heudecker
A FormComponentPanel is used to combine several individual form components
into a single object, like if you had year/month/day DropDownChoices in a
single component.

AFAIK, forms can contain anything except pages.


On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 12:26 PM, Michael Mehrle [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 I am pretty sure that a tabbed panel can't be part of one form. If it can,
 that would be lovely. But I was under the impression that you can't add
 panels to a form.

 Could someone clarify this for me? BTW, one of the things I tried was to
 make each panel into a FormComponentPanel and then add it to the tabbed
 panel. Well, turns out that FormComponentPanel is NOT a *panel* after all
 (bad naming IMHO).

 At this point I'm thinking of simply building it as a straight form and
 then turn some of it into tabs via divs and CSS.

 Again, if there's a way to use a tabbed panel inside a form, please let me
 know.

 Michael

 -Original Message-
 From: Vitaly Tsaplin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Friday, April 11, 2008 5:23 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Good example for FormComponentPanel?


   package org.apache.wicket.extensions.markup.html.tabs;

   public class TabbedPanel extends Panel  --- it extends the panel
   { ... }

   Am I wrong? :)

 On Sat, Apr 12, 2008 at 2:11 AM, Michael Mehrle [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
  Yes, I agree, Vitaly - but unfortunately the design decision is out of
 my hand. It's got to have tabs. Of course it is possible to do the tabbing
 by CSS styling, but I wanted to see if FormComponentPanel is a way to go
 since the complexity of managing the tabbed panel would then be shifted to
 the CSS/JS side.
 
   I just looked at the Multiply example and it seems to make sense.
 Again, if anyone wants to share any tips/input regarding this (or how to
 avoid traps), please don't be shy ;-)
 
   Michael
 
 
 
   -Original Message-
   From: Vitaly Tsaplin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
   Sent: Friday, April 11, 2008 4:52 PM
   To: users@wicket.apache.org
   Subject: Re: Good example for FormComponentPanel?
 
 
 It seems that a simple panel would be the best approach.
 
   On Sat, Apr 12, 2008 at 1:37 AM, Michael Mehrle [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
I need to build a TabbedPanel with three tabs which are part of one
 form
 - the selected tab will contain form components which need to be
 submitted by that one form. It seems FormComponentPanel is the way
 to
 go: are there any good examples of this?
   
   
   
 Also, would this be the recommended approach?
   
   
   
 Thanks,
   
   
   
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Re: Form submit button localization

2008-04-08 Thread Nick Heudecker
IIRC, the Button constructor takes a Model that's used as the label text.
You could easily use a StringResourceModel or ResourceModel here.

On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 6:05 AM, Milan Křápek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi,

 I have just this simply questin. I am  trying to localize my web pages to
 different languages. Because my pages are mainly composed by fomrs and I
 have not much texts I want to make the localization just by .properties
 files. All works good until I want to change the text in submit button. Is
 it possible to change this value with locale information in property file?
 Or must I follow the other way and  duplicate my pages to localized
 versions? (page_en_US.html, page_de_DE.html etc.)

 Best regards

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Re: IntegerConverter cannot parse or display locale specific format like 999,999

2008-04-07 Thread Nick Heudecker
Why not subclass label and override getNumberFormat(Locale)?  Pretty easy.


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Re: URL Binding

2008-03-31 Thread Nick Heudecker
mountBookmarkablePage(..) in Application?


On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 8:48 PM, Alan Gutierrez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 How do I implement this URL strategy?

 http://twitter.com/bigeasy

 Where the page is generated based on a single path parameter?

 I'm new to Wicket. Where to I look?

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Re: LoadableDetachableModel and ListView - changes in the list items is lost when saving

2008-03-26 Thread Nick Heudecker
Did you call setReuseItems(true) on your ListView?

On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 9:12 AM, lizz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 I have a page that contains a compound property model that refers to a
 loadableDetachable model.

 The domain object in  the loadable detachable model contains a collection
 of
 Person Objects (Person contains a first name and a last name and an age).

 I want to display the persons in a ListView and I want to be able to
 change
 the first name, last name or age and save the new value. I therefore use
 three text fields for each list item.

 The problem is that when I press the save button the changed values has
 been
 reset back to the original value. Why is the detachable model being
 detached
 and reloaded before I save the list?
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Re: How to pre-select a DropDownChoice

2008-03-13 Thread Nick Heudecker
Set the model of the DDC to the value you want to have selected.

On Thu, Mar 13, 2008 at 7:53 PM, Michael Mehrle [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 I feel silly asking this, but I can't figure it out. I need to set my
 DropDownChoice component to the id I'm passing into my page via a
 pageparam. How do I do that? I don't see anything resembling
 setSelected().

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Re: Nabble users: don't edit your posts!

2008-03-12 Thread Nick Heudecker
IMO, I'd disable the Nabble posting.  If people really have questions,
they'll subscribe to the list.

-Nick


Re: IntelliJ WicketForge issue: NPE when trying to use New Wicket Page to create both Java and markup

2008-03-11 Thread Nick Heudecker
I'll dig into it today.  Thanks for the report.

On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 6:40 AM, Kevin Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 This is not a high-priority issue, but it seems that it should be pretty
 trivial for the maintainer to fix.

 What steps will reproduce the problem?

 1. Add New Wicket Page to Project View Popup Menu via Customizations
 2. Right-click on a folder containing Wicket source files, and choose
 New/New Wicket Page
 3. Check Create associated markup file
 4. Click OK
 5. NPE error

 What is the expected output? What do you see instead?

 The Java file is created.  The HTML file is not.

 What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?

 WicketForge 0.3.1 with IntelliJ IDEA 7.0.3


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Re: Security Features offered by Wicket

2008-03-03 Thread Nick Heudecker
 to transfer $1000 to account number 123. If an attacker
 can
   trick
   an already-authenticated user into visiting a malicious page
 that
 contains
   an image link like img src=
 

 
 http://www.bank.com/manageaccount/?wicket:interface=:0:inputForm::IFormSubmitListener::inputForm4_hf_0transferTo=456amount=1000/
 ,
   the user's (victim) browser will automatically request that URL,
  thus
 making
   an account transfer without the user's knowledge or consent.
 
   Once the victim makes a valid transfer, the transfer's values
 are
  in
   session, so if the attacker generates many images like commented
  with
   different values in interface parameter, he would obtain the
 objective.
   So, I think that it is necessary to insert a random value to all
 requests or
   generate confidential values for all parameters of a request.
 What
  do
 you
   think?

 In this case i think the problem would be the app allowing the
 transfer without requiring additional authentication and not the
 framework.
 Fortunately my online bank does require this and thus no amount of
 links will ever get past the response of authenticate yourself
 again.
 This second authentication usually also contains an encrypted
 version
 of the amount that should be transfered.


 
   3. CONFIDENTIALITY: I have seen in forms that radio's options an
 checkbox's
   values have no confidential values. Could I put automatically
 all
  form
   values confidentiality in Wicket? I don't want that the attacker
  sees
 the
   original values...
 
   Is it possible to apply encrypt strategy to forms?

 It is not possible out of the box afaik but you could either try to
 subclass Form or write a filter to intercept and replace form
 values
 when wicket sends the response and reverse it when the user submits
 the form.


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Re: Security Features offered by Wicket

2008-02-28 Thread Nick Heudecker
Hi Arthur,

While I can't address all of your concerns, I can address a couple.


 1. ESCAPING CHARACTERS: I have read in wicket's mailing list that all
 wicket
 components escape values. I have done some tests in wicket-examples
 application distributed in wicket-1.3.1 release and I have modified, in
 FormInput.properties file, value of key string with this value
 scriptalert(xss);/script and I see that this script is executed
 when
 I load the page with this message key. So, i don't know if all components
 escape or not values!


I'm not familiar with that example, but from my experience, Wicket
components escape HTML unless specifically told otherwise.




 2. INTEGRITY: Actualy in my bank application we have hidden fileds in our
 forms to store critical values and I want to know if wicket by default
 guarantees data integrity or not. I want to guarantee integrity like HDIV
 does in Struts and Spring MVC apps... is it possible in wicket?


Hidden fields are not required with Wicket applications since the data that
was formerly stored in hidden fields in other frameworks is maintained in
Wicket's model classes.  I had a hard time understanding this at first as
well, but the essential element is you don't need hidden fields in Wicket
applications.




 I have read in wicket's documentation that it is possible to encrypt urls
 ensuring integrity (
 http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/url-coding-strategies.html) but is it
 possible to apply this strategy to forms? Or data tampering attacks are
 possible in wicket forms with hidden fields?

 So, can Wicket ensure data integrity?

 3. CONFIDENTIALITY: After read HDIV's reference document I have see that
 in
 our application data base identifiers are presented in html pages as combo
 values ids and now we want to hide these values. I thought about
 implementing a common renderer for all my wicket components to be
 responsible for returning a value relative to the original values, but I
 do
 not like it because it is probably that my programmers don't use it in all
 cases and it is a risk that I don't want to run. Is there any wicket
 functionality to return confidential data, by default, for  form's values?
 I
 do not want to rely on developers...


This goes alone with my earlier response.  Unless you explicitly present
them to the user, there is no need to expose internal identifiers.




 4. RANDOM TOKENS: I want to avoid CSRF attacks and I have read (
 http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Top_10_2007-A5) that a possible solution is
 to add random tokens to all requests. Is it possible to add a random
 parameter to requests automatically in wicket?


Perhaps someone else can chime in here, but I don't think this is a problem
with Wicket applications.




 I need your help to answer this questions, pls!

 thanks!

 [1]

 http://www.nabble.com/Shout-more-about-security-advantages-of-Wicket--to14800934.html#a14816425
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Re: equivalent of DateLabel for numbers, aka NumberLabel?

2008-02-27 Thread Nick Heudecker
This is really easy to create yourself.  Just subclass Label and override
onComponentTagBody.


On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 10:46 AM, Doug Leeper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Wicket has a Date label to format a Date nicely.  Is there something
 similar
 to format a Number as well?  I haven't found it yet so I thought I would
 ask
 the community.

 Thanks
 - Doug
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Re: Our new and shiny Wicket site!

2008-02-27 Thread Nick Heudecker
+1

On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 7:23 PM, Matej Knopp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I don't think there is anything wrong with posting emails about new
 wicket based sites. Not everyone has the time to be checking wiki
 pages constantly.

 -Matej

 On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 11:30 AM, C. Bergström [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
 
   On Wed, 2008-02-27 at 11:22 +0100, Daniel Frisk wrote:
After a couple of months coding we have released our Wicket website!
It has generally been a pleasure porting our jsp site and we have
 been
able to add a lot of functionality as well. Check it out at
 http://jalbum.net
 
   I think this sort of enthusiasm is great, but a wiki page 'sites using
   wicket' has been created for this reason.  I didn't read the site, but
   [1] is especially slow.  I'd definitely profile that page and make sure
   you're both using caching and that your cache is tuned properly.
 
   Success!
 
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Re: Adding onClick event to form fields

2008-02-20 Thread Nick Heudecker
I think just onfocus, onblur and possibly onchange.

On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 5:14 PM, Igor Vaynberg [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 input type=textfield doesnt have an onclick event afaik...

 -igor


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   Hi,
 
   Sorry for the newbie query. I currently have a form text field and I
 want to
   also be able to click on the field and do other stuff. I'm doing this
 right
   now but it's obviously not working. Can anyone point me to the right
   direction?
 
 
  //
 
   Form statusForm = new Form(statusForm);
 
   statusText = new TextField(statusText, new Model());
 
   // make clicking on the text field do something
   statusText.add(new AjaxLink(this.getId()) {
 
public void onClick(AjaxRequestTarget ajaxRequestTarget) {
   // do something here!
}
   });
 
   statusForm.add(statusText);
 
   add(statusForm);
 
   //
 
   Thanks
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Wicket Maven JARs Compiled with Java 6?

2008-02-04 Thread Nick Heudecker
Hi,

I'm getting a number of class not valid errors when my IDE is trying to
autocomplete imports.  Typically this error occurs when I encounter JARs
compiled with Java 6, while I'm on Java 5.  Can the JARs be compiled with
Java 5, or can multiple versions be made available?  Thanks.

-Nick


Re: Wicket Maven JARs Compiled with Java 6?

2008-02-04 Thread Nick Heudecker
Looks like both 1.3.0 and 1.3.1 were both built with Java 5.  Not sure what
the problem was, but upgrading to 1.3.1 fixed it.

On Feb 4, 2008 9:05 AM, Nick Heudecker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi,

 I'm getting a number of class not valid errors when my IDE is trying to
 autocomplete imports.  Typically this error occurs when I encounter JARs
 compiled with Java 6, while I'm on Java 5.  Can the JARs be compiled with
 Java 5, or can multiple versions be made available?  Thanks.

 -Nick



Re: Wicket Maven JARs Compiled with Java 6?

2008-02-04 Thread Nick Heudecker
Thanks for the info.  I'm not sure what the problem was, but upgrading fixed
it.

On Feb 4, 2008 9:38 AM, Martijn Dashorst [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Yep, only the jar is created with Java 5, but that doesn't affect
 the usability with older Java versions.
 (this is done because of Maven's inability to not modify jars when they
 have
 been generated and signed already)

 Martijn

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  Hi,
 
  I'm not entirely sure what you mean. All the jdk-1.4 projects is
 compiled
  with 1.4 for the releases.
 
  Frank
 
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   I'm getting a number of class not valid errors when my IDE is trying
  to
   autocomplete imports.  Typically this error occurs when I encounter
 JARs
   compiled with Java 6, while I'm on Java 5.  Can the JARs be compiled
  with
   Java 5, or can multiple versions be made available?  Thanks.
  
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Re: Article: Introducing Apache Wicket

2008-01-31 Thread Nick Heudecker
Answer inline.

On Jan 31, 2008 8:42 PM, Sam Barnum [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Question on detachable models:

 You use detachable models in the contact edit page.  It seems like
 this would cause your changes to be lost if the edit process takes
 more than one request to complete.

 If you use the no-arg constructor, the loadableDetachableModel
 creates a new contact at the beginning of every request.  If you
 enter a name that's too long, a validation message is displayed. Then
 the detach() is called on the model, and a new Contact is loaded on
 the next request, erasing your temporary changes.


If validation fails, the input isn't copied to the Contact object.  The form
input is only copied to the Contact object when the form successfully
submits.




 I may well be misunderstanding something, I'm fairly new to this
 stuff.  It seems that for edit pages you want a non-detachable model,
 which gets serialized to the session.


I had the same misconception when I started using  Wicket.




 Thanks for taking the time to write this article, and thanks in
 advance for any clarification on this topic.

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  http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=48234
 
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  quality of the article, including Martijn, Eelco, Igor, Gerolf and
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Re: Article: Introducing Apache Wicket

2008-01-30 Thread Nick Heudecker
I think the link in the ListView uses the index of the object in the list,
not the primary key.  That's likely the problem.

On Jan 30, 2008 9:37 AM, Johan Compagner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 the loadable detachable model should have the pk of the contact itself
 thats
 behind the edit link

 On Jan 30, 2008 3:59 PM, dozgurc [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 
  i came across a problem with this article's code. i will try to explain
  the
  use case. after you insert a few contacts, open another browser, you can
  see
  same screen on both browsers. after deleting a contact from a browser
 you
  are still seeing deleted contact. after that, click the deleted
 contact's
  edit link. you will see different contact that you can edit. it is
 because
  detachable model can load different subset of records and component only
  gets the index of a record from http request, not id of a record. how
 can
  i
  solve this problem?
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Re: Article: Introducing Apache Wicket

2008-01-29 Thread Nick Heudecker
Thanks.

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  It's finally up:
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Article: Introducing Apache Wicket

2008-01-28 Thread Nick Heudecker
It's finally up:
http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=48234

Thanks to the various reviewers that helped improve both the content and
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Re: Article: Introducing Apache Wicket

2008-01-28 Thread Nick Heudecker
Thanks.  I didn't want to bog the reader down with too many concepts at
once.  I'm hoping to make this a series on TSS to allow for more in-depth
coverage.

On Jan 28, 2008 3:44 PM, karthik Guru [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 This is really nice - covers the basics so well unlike the one that I
 posted
 :) - actually thanks to martijn, cemal, i added a little bit of context to
 my post. I think it makes sense to link to this article first when writing
 a
 blog post - it just clears up the basics so nicely.
 One nice addition to the article IMHO could be a reference of some kind to
 wicket behavior-s.

 regards,
 Karthik


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  http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=48234
 
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  quality of the article, including Martijn, Eelco, Igor, Gerolf and
 Talios.
 
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Re: openlayers

2008-01-25 Thread Nick Heudecker
What is openlayers?

On Jan 25, 2008 1:59 AM, Peter Neubauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Cool,
 I hope we can get this to a more stable state in the next couple of
 days so others can jump in and help out. Is anyone interested? The OL
 and GeoServer combo seems to be a very appealing combination for
 rolling your own mapping  apps.

 /peter

 On Jan 24, 2008 5:42 PM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael
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  i've begun work on this.. currently its VERY unstable and unrecommended
  to use..
 
 
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   At some point someone talked about creating something around open
   layers. However nothing but the project structure are checked in, so I
   guess i'll continue on that, if its okay?
  
  
   regards
  
 
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Re: a wicket tutorial

2008-01-25 Thread Nick Heudecker
I've spoken with a publisher about writing just such a cookbook, but my
current work schedule doesn't allow me to pursue it.


On Jan 25, 2008 1:49 PM, Eelco Hillenius [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Jan 25, 2008 11:30 AM, karthik Guru [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Hi All,
 
  Just to let you know that I posted a small tutorial on writing custom
  component here -
 
 
 http://karthikg.wordpress.com/2008/01/24/developing-a-custom-apache-wicket-component/

 Thanks Karthik!

  The jsf enthusiasm (misplaced / otherwise) seems to have died down and
 the
  tapestry 5 crowd also seems pretty silent. This is probably a good time
 for
  wicket users to make more noise :).

 Yep. Go community go :-)

  Very soon we will have the eagerly awaited Wicket in Action. I was
 wondering
  what could be really cool next. We all know that the wicket team
 'listens'
  to its users. So how about wicket cookbook, oreilly?, by..ahem one
  Mr..Vaynberg / the wicket team ??!!  ;)

 What Wicket would benefit from next is a user guide that combines
 references to relevant articles and WIKI pages so that the information
 we have online (which really is quite a bit by now) is easier to
 digest.

 Also, it would be great to have more high quality screen casts. Like
 the one Al created a while back on creating a generic bean editor.

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Re: best practice for a wait page

2008-01-24 Thread Nick Heudecker
You could set a flag in the user's session indicating the process is
ongoing, then use a meta refresh to check the status of the flag and respond
accordingly.

On Jan 24, 2008 11:45 AM, Scott Swank [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 We have a page with a form and the form's onSubmit() method takes a
 while.  After it is complete the user is re-directed to another page.
 We'd like to introduce a nice please wait while we process your
 request page in between these pages.  If anyone has done this, what
 approach has worked well for you?

 public class Page1 extends ...
 {
  ...
add(new SomeForm()
{
  public void onSubmit()
  {
aBunchOfProcessing();
redirect(new Page2());
  }
}
  ...
 }


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Re: Wicket blog software

2008-01-17 Thread Nick Heudecker
This is something I've wanted to write as well.   I have a collection of
features I want it to support including:

   - Support for multiple roles (editor, author)
   - Support for personas (author might be Jim, but the post can look
   like it was posted by Steve)
   - Tags
   - Categories
   - Trackbacks and pingbacks
   - Comments with an approval queue
   - RSS


Eventually,

   - Support for publishing podcasts



On Jan 17, 2008 9:49 AM, Johan Compagner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Start writing one! :)

 On 1/17/08, C. Bergström [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Anyone started or have some blog software they have donated or are
  willing to?  I'd like to start blogging again, but I'd rather host my
  own blog, which should of course be Wicket based.  Failing this I'm open
  to recommendations about something to port over..
 
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Re: Wicket blog software

2008-01-17 Thread Nick Heudecker
I nominate somebody else to setup the boilerplate, but I'm willing to
contribute. :) I built a blog application for Chrysler using Struts so I
know what features I want.

Should we look at Roller for features?  Is it still relevant?


On Jan 17, 2008 1:50 PM, Gerolf Seitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 i think it would be great to have this kind of application as a showcase
 product
 for both wicket and the wicket community.

 so, if someone (or may two or three) could step up and take the leading
 role
 to get this
 thing started, that would rock.

 nick, christopher, wdyth? i know that resources are always limit, but it
 may
 be more
 feasible as a joint effort (as long as the overhead stays low).

 let's kick some wordpress ass ;)

  gerolf

 On Jan 17, 2008 7:26 PM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael 
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  Cant remember of any of the labs actually will run straight out..
 
  This one should though:
 
  http://svn2.assembla.com/svn/wicketSpringJPAHibernateTut
 
  Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael wrote:
   Oeh and btw it does use tinymce contrib:)
  
   Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael wrote:
   http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Blog+Tutorial
  
   Currently it has pages to enter blogs, and a overview page to view
   blogs. A manage page for blog authors. Etc..
  
   Check it out..
  
   C. Bergström wrote:
   Anyone started or have some blog software they have donated or are
   willing to?  I'd like to start blogging again, but I'd rather host
 my
   own blog, which should of course be Wicket based.  Failing this I'm
   open
   to recommendations about something to port over..
  
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Re: ServerSide Java Symposium

2008-01-14 Thread Nick Heudecker
Yep.  The only downside is having to learn about all those inferior
frameworks... :)

On Jan 14, 2008 4:22 PM, Eelco Hillenius [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Jan 14, 2008 2:00 PM, Nick Heudecker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Looks like I'm going, probably to talk about Wicket.

 Ah, so you'll be in Matt's framework fight then? :-)

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Re: Custom logging system conflict with restoring sessions

2008-01-08 Thread Nick Heudecker
Do you mean if a Wicket component exists in a user's session between app
server restarts?

On Jan 8, 2008 3:10 PM, Scott Sauyet [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm not sure exactly what my question is other than Do you have any
 suggestions?  :-(

 I'm using a custom extension to log4j's FileAppender.  I need to
 configure this in a class that loads a separate properties file.  It
 took me a while to figure a way to do this so that my configuration
 would run before any Wicket logging calls were done  (more precisely,
 before log4j's configuration is run.)  But I managed to do it by running
 that configuration in the init() of a separate servlet that loads before
 Wicket's.

 This works fine, but occasionally it would fail, and it took me quite
 some time to determine the cause.  The problem occurs if there is a
 session containing a Wicket component.  When the server tries to
 reconstruct that component, there is a call to
 LogFactory.getLog(Component.class), which eventually leads to log4j's
 configuration running before my extra servlet has run.

 Has anyone run into a similar situation, and did you find a good solution?

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Re: DatePicker NaN

2008-01-03 Thread Nick Heudecker
One way I work around this problem is to put the following on the textfield
for the date picker:

onfocus=this.blur();

Doing that means the user can't simply type in the date, but you don't have
the NaN problem either.

On Jan 3, 2008 3:58 AM, Federico Fanton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Wed, 19 Sep 2007 18:19:15 +0200
 Gerolf Seitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  ivana filed an issue today (WICKET-989) and i already attached a patch
 to
  it.
  so either you persuade any of the committers to apply the patch and
 commit
  it, or you do an svn checkout and apply the patch to your local copy of
  wicket-datetime.
 
Gerolf
 
  On 9/19/07, Philip Köster [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  
  
  
   ivana wrote:
   
Hi
I have a problem with the DatePicker. It works fine if the input is
 a
valid date or if the input is very wrong, for example: ''xxx.
But when the input consists of numbers and but is not a valid date,
 the
calendar is rendered with NaN in every field.



 I'm sorry, could it be that somehow this patch wasn't included in 1.3.0? I
 upgraded today and I'm still having the same problem.. If I write 123 in
 the text box and I press the calendar icon, the datepicker is full of NaNs.
 I checked wicket-date.js and it looks like it doesn't check for NaNs..
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Re: Beyond Wicket:Firefox and Gmail Users (Any Browser Crash Noticed Lately)

2007-11-20 Thread Nick Heudecker
Have you disabled Firebug for Gmail?

On Nov 20, 2007 3:28 PM, Ayodeji Aladejebi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Please this is off wicket topic but i do notice my Firefox 2.0.0.9
 crashes particularly when I try to search the wicket mailing list for
 FAQs. This started happening since i noticed an upgrade in Gmail

 Anyone experiencing somthing like this?


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Re: Matt Raible's ApacheCon presentation

2007-11-15 Thread Nick Heudecker
In my opinion, Wicket's cons evolve over time, as your experience with the
framework increases.  An early con I ran into was simply the size of the
framework - Wicket has a large API.  Once I understood where things were and
how they were structured, the size of the framework wasn't a problem.

Coming from a heavy Struts background, I was a little surprised to find
myself so insulated from the servlet APIs.  You still have access if you
need it, but you rarely do.  Not really a con, more of a function of how
Wicket works.  (One side effect of not needing access to the servlet API is
applications feel less like a collection of hacks and more like
engineering.)

Understanding models and state within Wicket also took some time, but I
think that's mostly because of how much Struts development I suffered
through.  Had I done any Swing development, I'm sure getting my head around
models would've been easier.

Now that I've used Wicket for a while, one problem I run into is not quite
being able to customize things like I'd wish without duplicating existing
framework code.  However, the developers are pretty good about entertaining
my (often inane) requests.

Your comment about needing a good grasp of OOP makes sense in only one
regard - it's harder to find great talent.  Being able to flex some
development muscle results in tighter code, more reuse and it's much more
fun.

Honestly, I don't find many cons when developing with Wicket.  What you
might call cons I call framework inexperience.



On Nov 15, 2007 1:56 PM, mraible [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 I didn't say my cons were valid - but I do believe there *are* cons to
 Wicket. What are they - in your opinion?

 matt


 igor.vaynberg wrote:
 
  * HTML templates live next to Java code
  this is easily changed - just a default
 
  * Need to have a good grasp of OO
  why is this a con? you are saying not knowing oo is a good thing? you
  can say this is a pro - learning wicket will make you a better
  developer :)
 
  * The Wicket Way - everything done in Java
  as opposed to embedding logic in views which has been something
  plaguing other frameworks for ages?
 
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Re: data tables and debugging session serialization

2007-11-13 Thread Nick Heudecker
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On Nov 13, 2007 8:59 AM, Evan Chooly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm having some strange behavior with a DataTable and the back button.
  When I back up to the page with the DT, it rerenders fine, but all my
 object state is gone.  I click a link and the object is there but not
 the ID in the the object so that I get hibernate errors trying to load
 without an ID.  I have some suspicions about my model objects but I'm
 not sure how to watch what gets stored in the session and what gets
 pulled back out when the page is rerendered due to the back button.
 Anyone have an idea of how I might track this down?  Thanks.

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Re: Add fields Dynamically

2007-11-13 Thread Nick Heudecker
Yeah, either way, this is readily solvable with panels and some form of
repeater.

On Nov 13, 2007 1:51 PM, Scott Swank [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 You could create a panel with a question and its answers.  Then add
 such a panel repeatedly, perhaps with a ListView.

 - Scott


 On Nov 13, 2007 10:58 AM, Marco Aurélio Silva [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Hi
 
  I need to add fields to a page dynamically. I neet do build something
 like a
  survey where the questions and answers are stored on the database, so
 they
  can be changed by the administrator  because this I can't create the
  HTML file with the fields  Is there a way to do this?
 
  Thank you
  Marco
 



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Re: CheckGroup not selecting according to model

2007-11-13 Thread Nick Heudecker
The CheckGroup model needs to have the collection of objects you want
checked, not the Check object.

On Nov 13, 2007 6:13 PM, Nick Busey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 So I've got an object called ExternalContact with a selected Boolean and
 corresponding getters and setters.

 ExternalContact contact = (ExternalContact) item.getModelObject();
 contact.setSelected(true);
 Check check = new Check(selected, new Model(contact));

 However my check boxes are not being output checked as they should. They
 are
 unselected, and a dom inspection shows they are, in fact, not selected.

 ExternalContact contact = (ExternalContact) item.getModelObject();
 contact.setSelected(true);
 Check check = new Check(selected, new PropertyModel(contact,
 selected));

 Doesn't work either. Any thoughts?
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Problem with DefaultDataTable filtering?

2007-11-12 Thread Nick Heudecker
Since updating to Wicket 1.3RC1 it appears that updates to the filter
columns aren't getting set.  For instance, if enter a first name into a text
field filter column, the value I enter isn't passed through to the
DataProvider implementation.

Is anyone else seeing odd behavior in the DataTable/DataProvider classes?  I
know the API changed between 1.3beta3 and RC1, which seems to have helped
introduce the problem I'm having.

Any information is appreciated.  Thanks.

-Nick


Re: Problem with DefaultDataTable filtering?

2007-11-12 Thread Nick Heudecker
Found the problem - I had two FilterToolbars associated with the same
FilterForm.  The second FilterToolbar was clobbering the value set by the
first.  Removing the second FilterToolbar corrected the problem.

On Nov 12, 2007 7:34 PM, Nick Heudecker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Since updating to Wicket 1.3RC1 it appears that updates to the filter
 columns aren't getting set.  For instance, if enter a first name into a text
 field filter column, the value I enter isn't passed through to the
 DataProvider implementation.

 Is anyone else seeing odd behavior in the DataTable/DataProvider classes?
 I know the API changed between 1.3beta3 and RC1, which seems to have
 helped introduce the problem I'm having.

 Any information is appreciated.  Thanks.

 -Nick



Re: eHour migrated to Wicket

2007-11-07 Thread Nick Heudecker
Good looking app.  What kinds of lessons did you learn in the migration?  It
would be interesting to collect them into a wiki page.


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Re: Getting started with Wicket getting even easier?

2007-11-06 Thread Nick Heudecker
There's a Wicket plugin for IDEA called WicketForge.  You can download it
using IDEA's plugin manager.

On 11/6/07, jweekend [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 The team I gave an introductory presentation to on Friday have already
 started playing with Wicket today. I spoke to one of them this evening who
 had also just upgraded to  http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/ IDEA 7  (from
 6.0.2). He showed me how easy it was to load his Wicket project by just
 opening up the pom.xml in IDEA! Everything just works. He says it made
 getting started and writing his first toy program with Wicket really easy.
 And, he has never used Maven (or Wicket) before today.
 It sounds like things are getting even easier (although, in reality, it's
 quite hard to get much easier than
 http://wicket.apache.org/quickstart.html
 this ).
 I usually use the eclipse:eclipse goal after building an archetype with
 Maven, but I believe there is also a Maven pluign for Eclipse (as opposed
 to
 the Eclipse plugin for Maven that I just mentioned) which is also easy to
 use.
 It sounds like the
 http://www.laughingpanda.org/mediawiki/index.php/Wicket_Bench Wicket Bench
 plugin could be quite useful too.

 Regards - Cemal
 http://jWeekend.co.uk jWeekend.co.uk


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[ANNOUNCE] Eventful Launches

2007-11-05 Thread Nick Heudecker
Hi,

After quite a bit of development, I'm happy to announce Eventful (
http://www.eventfulhq.com) has launched to the general public.  Eventful is
an online registration and event management application.  With Eventful, you
can:

   - Import your contact database
   - Send personalized email campaigns
   - Support registering guests and sending invitations
   - Securely collect credit card information
   - Manage staff, speakers and various pricing options
   - Stay on top of your event with several real-time reports

Eventful allows you to lower your event management cost while increasing
revenue.  Unlike some competitors, Eventful doesn't have expensive annual
contracts or per-attendee fees.  Eventful offers flexible, low-cost monthly
subscriptions.  You can find out more about Eventful on the home page:
http://www.eventfulhq.com.

Eventful is built with Wicket, Hibernate, Spring, JasperReports and several
other frameworks.  Feel free to contact me if you have questions about
implementation.

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Re: Just 1 hour to introduce Wicket (Friday)

2007-10-30 Thread Nick Heudecker
The ONE thing you must not omit is telling them that I provide Wicket
consulting.  :)

On 10/30/07, jweekend [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 A development team I did some work with (in a top 5 investment bank) today
 asked me to give them a 1 hour intro to Wicket on Friday morning. I have
 been telling them it's the way to go for a while and they have finally
 found an opportunity. I want to make sure I use that hour to best
 effect,
 for them and for Wicket.

 The goal is to give them enough of an intro to painlessly get started on
 their evaluation, armed with some high-level understanding of how to do
 things in Wicket.

 They have not used Wicket at all but they all have good web-app experience
 and some have a lot of Swing experience too (in fact we were working on a
 pretty powerful Swing framework for Credit Risk apps when I was there a
 couple of years ago). They will probably want to use Wicket for some
 internal support/monitoring/maintenance apps to start with.

 So ... what do you think I must NOT omit in my 1 hour talk.

 I will unfortunately not be able to help out with their upcoming projects,
 but I'd quite like to help them make the right choice of web-framework
 anyway because they're nice people and they deserve to give Wicket a good
 chance.

 Regards - Cemal
 http://jWeekend.co.uk jWeekend.co.uk

 PS I expect to be asked to do this (or similar) for at least 2 other
 banking
 project teams in London and 1 software house over the next few months. It
 seems that more and more people I have been telling Wicket about are
 gradually becoming receptive to the idea of starting upcoming new projects
 with something smarter than their existing frameworks.
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Re: [Wicket-Contrib-Scriptaculous] Effects Examples

2007-10-17 Thread Nick Heudecker
Thanks.  That's what I was looking for.

On 10/16/07, Ryan Sonnek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I think this is what you're looking for:

 add(new AjaxLink(myLink) {
   protected void onClick(AjaxTarget target) {
 target.appendJavascript(new Effect.Fade(myPanel).toJavascript());
   }
 });

 On 10/16/07, Nick Heudecker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  Hi,
 
  I'm looking for some examples using wicket-contrib-scriptaculous
  Effects.  I
  looked around the examples project and didn't find
  anything.  Specifically,
  I'm looking to make a panel fade out when a link inside the panel is
  clicked.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks.
 
  -Nick
 




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Re: Wicket training:50% discount this weekend on next 3 bookings

2007-10-04 Thread Nick Heudecker
I offer a Wicket training course in the US.

On 10/4/07, Stanczak Group [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Off you subject here, but is there any US training?

 jweekend wrote:
  The 2 day London  http://jweekend.co.uk/dev/JW703/ Wicket 1.3  course
 this
  weekend still has plenty of room! Since it has been scheduled on demand
 and
  without much notice, and to give people a chance who maybe wouldn't
  otherwise get the opportunity to be professionally trained in Wicket, we
 are
  offering a 50% discount to the next three people to
  http://jweekend.co.uk/dev/BookingPage/ book  a place.
  You will also get your free licence to WiA MEAP.
  Copy and paste this promotion code into your cart:
  JW70310060750WU
  Regards - Cemal
  http://jWeekend.co.uk jWeekend.co.uk
 
 

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Re: Dumb question about page transfer

2007-10-03 Thread Nick Heudecker
You're looking for the setResponsePage(...) methods.

On 10/3/07, Neil B. Cohen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Ok - I'm feeling kind of stupid at the moment, but I'm missing something
 basic here...

 I have a Wicket web page displayed with a button on it. When I click the
 button, the onSubmit routine fires
 and my java code logs a message so I know it is working. But from there,
 I want to transfer to another
 page, and I don't see how to specify that. I'm sure I'm looking at the
 forest and missing the tree, but I'd appreciate it if someone would aim
 me in the right direction...

 thanks,

 nbc


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