I was wrong. It wasn't working on my machine (because I have Fiddler
installed?) but is working in general.
Sorry to have muddied the waters.
On 7/29/2011 12:20 PM, Dan Retzlaff wrote:
I'll help you test it if you boil it down to a quickstart application you
On Fri, Jul 29,
OK, so since I'm having this problem and no one else is -- what am I
Wicket 1.4.9's Ajax doesn't work in Internet Explorer; in particular,
AjaxFallbackButtons fall back to non-Ajax POSTs, and the Wicket Debug
window is never seen.
In 1.4.17, Ajax is still broken, but the fallback never happens, because
Ajax sort-of works: the the Wicket Debug window doe show
I want to render a page to a String in order to email it as HTML. I also
want to include in that HTML links back to my Wicket application.
I know from googling that that's a perennial topic (and most of the
answers on nabble go to dead links), but I am having trouble doing all
I've added an IConverter to a TextFieldString, to do formatting.
The converter's convertToString method is called on render, but
convertToObject is not called on form submit.
Some of the Wicket 1.3 examples suggest that this is a known problem,
and suggest using a wrapper type as a
I want to add several collapsable ListViews: a listview paired with a
button to toggle showing either the full list or the fist N elements.
But each listview's populateItem and corresponding markup will be different.
If I write a Wicket Panel, I'm not only locked-in to one set of markup.
I see your point -- because you're right, it's not a /type/ conversion
I'm looking for.
But I am looking for a /format/ conversion. It would be handy if
IConverter allowed that too, by unconditionally applying the conversion.
The Wicket example of formatting phone numbers
Why is MarkupContainer.add( Component...) final, while
MarkupContainer.addOrReplace( Component...) is virtual?
I'd like to be able to subclass MarkupContainer and override add, but I
can't because it's final. What's the reason it's final?
(Of course, I can instead write myAdd() and call add
My cursory inspection of Broadleaf suggests that it cleanly separates
into four (five) main parts: broadleaf-profile, broadleaf-framework,
broadleaf-profile-web, broadleaf-framework-web, (broadleaf-core).
I think you could write a wicket fronted to it, by linking to the
profile and ecommerce
What I really like about Wicket is that it -- much more than JSPs --
allows the separation of HTML markup from Java code. No c:ifing with a
Domain Specific Language like JTSL (or Velocity macros) inside HTML
, then talk about my implementation, and extending the
same pattern to the multiple choice Components.
Igor Vaynberg wrote:
there isnt anything really stopping you from doing this. afaict you
already have all the wicket hooks to do this.
On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 2:15 PM, T P D
I've created a Wicket project using the Maven archetype provided at:
I've created a class inherited from a Wicket Component.
I've created a JUnit4 testcase subclass to unit test my class. It just
news up an instance of my Component-derived class, and
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