Re: wicket, hibernate, spring setup

2011-08-09 Thread msj121
jWeekend no longer seems to have a wicket/hibernate/spring archetype. SOLVED: I had a lot of trouble using eclipse, but simply I did the following from the command line: mvn archertype:generate and then went through the steps of choosing groupid etc after all my attempts the archetype was

wicket, hibernate, spring setup

2011-08-08 Thread msj121
I noticed there was a github setup here: https://github.com/pflanzenmoerder/wicket-hibernate-archetype And I added the repository and imported the project into my eclipse helios. I can't seem to get the project to run, not sure how to finish setting up the project. Can anyone help? -- View this

Re: Loading wicket components from javascript

2011-07-17 Thread msj121
I am not sure if it is still true, but if you have the label added, just the visibility is false from the beginning, then in older versions of wicket it would not actually put the component, even the placeholder. I dealt with this before, but I think in newer versions presumably this was

Re: wicket 1.5 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior bad url

2011-05-01 Thread msj121
SOLVED: After some debugging I noticed the following: In the constructor the url generated is: ./wicket/page?54-0.IBehaviorListener.0 In onBeforeRender and onAfterRender the url is ./wicket/page?54-1.IBehaviorListener.0 I was pretty much getting the url as a string and passing it to WiQuery

wicket 1.5 AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior bad url

2011-04-29 Thread msj121
I have noticed calling getCallbackUrl() on an AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior results in a url sometimes in: ./wicket/page?0-1.IBehaviorListener and other parts of the same page have: ./wicket/page?1-2.IBehaviorListener I think that the bad urls cause the page to reload when the attempt to call:

RE: Wiquery experiences

2011-04-07 Thread msj121
solve issue 77, I am hoping with the new versions of wicket/wiquery it will have been somehow solved though I may have solved it by working around the problem which is probably better code. Hielke Hoeve-2 wrote: -Original Message- From: msj121 [mailto:msj...@gmail.com] Sent: donderdag

Re: Wiquery experiences

2011-04-06 Thread msj121
I both agree and disagree with the aforementioned comments. I don't think anyone would disagree that writing javascript from wicket or using a decorator to write javascript is wrong. In fact quite often I may not know the id of an object until run-time and I may want the javascript to run on a

Re: JavaEEComponentInjector in Wicket 1.5

2011-04-05 Thread msj121
Haza! I had switched back to 1.4 momentarily after almost giving up hope. Didn't realize there was a package on github, my mistake. And great wiki available on using it in maven, was a quick solution. Thank you so much! Matthew -- View this message in context:

Re: Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-05 Thread msj121
shetc wrote: This is slightly off-topic but I have found one JavaScript issue with the latest BlackBerry called the Torch. The Torch has a bug in which a POST is not handled correctly but a GET is okay. This is specifically for form submits handled via JavaScript, which is typical for

JavaEEComponentInjector in Wicket 1.5

2011-04-04 Thread msj121
I am not sure if this is a bug or intentional. But seemingly getComponentInstantiationListeners().add((IComponentInstantiationListener) new JavaEEComponentInjector(this)); No longer works in Wicket 1.5 (any version I tried), but perfectly works in Wicket 1.4.5. In Wicket 1.5 it states: cannot

Re: [Vote] New Wicket Version Numbering

2011-04-01 Thread msj121
I mean XP is letters... That is pretty amazing, there isn't even a number, and even roman numerals, is there a 'P' in roman numerals? -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Vote-New-Wicket-Version-Numbering-tp3420887p3421249.html Sent from the Users forum

Re: wicket tree

2011-02-19 Thread msj121
not the way I would want to do it, but if your getting fed up it is feasible, at least as a way to check if the css would work etc msj121 mlabs wrote: well i'm beginning to get the impression that this particular tree isn't intended for re-use .. and grepping around here I see that others

Re: Upload/Download FormComponent

2011-02-18 Thread msj121
Not exactly sure what the issue is. You can simply put the components into panels (or other objects). Meaning make a Download Component, then an Upload Component separate classes so they can be re-used in the future if you only want to allow a download form... then put them in one form and decide

Re: Storing and retrieving user uploaded images

2011-02-18 Thread msj121
You can see how this works for you: String path = WebApplication.get().getServletContext().getRealPath(); Folder uploadFolder = new Folder(path+/uploads); public String getURLFolder(){ return getServletContext().getContextPath()+uploadFolder.getPath().replace(path, ); } I remember

Re: wicket tree

2011-02-18 Thread msj121
Interestingly if the tree component has its own style unique to the component I think it will or could override a css style applied for the page even matching classes. Perhaps you can also try on the component: @Override public void onComponentTag(ComponentTag tag){ super.onComponentTag();

Re: TextField submit via Ajax

2011-02-07 Thread msj121
If you have multiple html text input elements you can insert the javascript below in your document etc The only thing new in wicket is that you simply need to add a callback to your java method, which you can learn about here (I made a video for this type of issue):

Re: MarkupId generation

2011-02-05 Thread msj121
I see, well I am happy I could help, and it sounds like you have quite an interesting project. Good Luck, Matthew Uwe Schäfer-2 wrote: On 02/04/2011 09:07 PM, msj121 wrote: You could have an automatic listener that takes the getMarkupId(...) and preppend, or append to the id, or do

Re: MarkupId generation

2011-02-04 Thread msj121
choice). Perhaps, you can change the non-wicket ids? would that help? I am not sure why there would be collisions, could you explain more? Perhaps there is a more elegant solution, without using wicket Matthew Uwe Schäfer-2 wrote: On 02/04/2011 05:02 AM, msj121 wrote: Well I think

Re: Does Wicket 1.5 requires Wicket-auth-roles if I want to use Spring Security 3?

2011-02-03 Thread msj121
I have not used it, but doesn't it stand to reason that it is simpler to decide whether a user can access a certain piece of code in Wicket. That being, because I would presume you can apply the spring security to panels or pages etc... based in wicket, and not spring filters etc Or perhaps I

Re: Using DataView newItem method to display a BreadCrumbPanel

2011-02-03 Thread msj121
Well if you have the Panel Panel pnl = new Panel(breadcumbholder); pnl.setOutputMarkupId(true); and if this panel is made global, then you can add it inside other classes if necessary target.addComponent(pnl); This way you only update the panel and not the entire page shetc wrote:

Re: MarkupId generation

2011-02-03 Thread msj121
Well I think that all of the markup ids being output are based off of the name in wicket:id=name. If memory serves correct so the easiest (ie: less obtrusive) solution is to simply change your tags. Of course tedious if you already had completed your project, so perhaps overriding the code that

Re: Multiple Button Problem in Wicket

2011-02-02 Thread msj121
To be honest, I decided to stick this code into my own web page (it has a form), but I put it outside of it without a form, and it works fine Shows up just dandy. I did of course change your retrieveButton code to add an );. So I presume it is something else in your code stopping your code

Re: Mapping wicket:id to component without changing Java code

2011-02-02 Thread msj121
Not sure how to e-mail someone directly as e-mails are hidden But it's okay, I will probably look to implement an existing open source system with Wicket, I am just curious if anyone would want to work on building a specific open source idea for wicket either from scratch or properly building

Re: setResponsePage weirdness

2011-02-01 Thread msj121
Worse case scenario, though I understand not wanting to do it, is using a javascript/html redirect and by passing Wicket, not the nicest scenario, I wish I knew more about redirects, sorry. -- View this message in context:

Re: Mapping wicket:id to component without changing Java code

2011-02-01 Thread msj121
You can add an empty label to replace the content if not adding the component. You can have a repeating list if you have lots of dynamic content, this way whatever you add to the list is added or you can just add an empty component. It does seem odd to me that in your html you know whether to

Re: Using non-Model fields in Form

2011-02-01 Thread msj121
As Nimmy said you should be able to supply your own model to the RadioChoice which will override the CompoundPropertyModel Assuming NUMBERS is a list... RadioChoiceString rc = new RadioChoiceString(numberRadioChoice, new Model(),NUMBERS); Look at

Re: Provide the user with immediate feedback

2011-02-01 Thread msj121
Interesting the Ajax call decorator mentioned above sounds like a good choice, I don't know the transactional steps for each solution, but to have the javascript written entirely in the page without requiring some sort of connection to the wicket server, does sound like it will be more immediate

Re: Dynamic tab question - now to pass a model to the panel?

2011-02-01 Thread msj121
I don't quite understand the problem... some code might help. But why can't you do something like the following: tabs.add(new AbstractTab(item.getModel()) { public Panel getPanel(String panelId) { return new AlbumPanel(panelId, );// can be item.getModelObject() or something }

Re: Dynamic tab question - now to pass a model to the panel?

2011-02-01 Thread msj121
the method .detach() or some variation should be called on every Loadable Detachable Model (LDM) if your model is being used as a default model to any component in the page hierarchy. To make this LDM your page model, I think there is a trick in the sense you should call super(model), and not

Re: Using DataView newItem method to display a BreadCrumbPanel

2011-02-01 Thread msj121
not sure what activate does, I would hope though that it would add the object to a panel on the page, and then you call target.addComponent(panel); As this target (the AjaxRequestTarget) deals with actually updating the front end of the page. Also Data Repeaters are somewhat dubious in that they

Re: setResponsePage weirdness

2011-01-31 Thread msj121
You might want to use a Wizard for the record. Just curious does first page add anything to the page, perhaps a new url and redirect is not necessary if no Wicket Components were added, try adding some Wicket Label about a redirect or something (just trying to narrow this down). Just curious,

Re: setResponsePage weirdness

2011-01-31 Thread msj121
Okay, So don't use a link on the html page for FirstPage. Try redirecting when there is an html page with some filler, try adding a wicket label if plain html doesn't work. Although it's not the best solution it will narrow down the problem! The Wizard is useful in the sense, you can go

Re: correct way to get css classes of component

2011-01-31 Thread msj121
You can also use an AttributeModifier, which will give you the old value (as I recall). overriding the method onComponentTag(ComponentTag tag), will let you easily put a new variable for your class etc... but you will need to use tag.get(), and tag.put(tag.get()+...). Looks somewhat messy when

Re: Adding attribute to selected menu item

2011-01-30 Thread msj121
Well there are a couple ways of doing this I recently dealt with this same problem. You can in fact use some Javascript on the onClick of your item (or onHover) to add to the affect, but either way you will want to have your default menu item selected from the get go when they are on that

Wicket Tutorial Videos

2011-01-30 Thread msj121
I was making some Wicket Tutorial Videos on youtube.com/programjava Just curious if there are very common questions with Wicket that appear on the boards a lot, maybe I should make some quick video tutorials for them to make people's lives a little easier. You can check what I already have,

Wicket E-Commerce

2011-01-29 Thread msj121
I know that there were talks of a Wicket Cart on the forum that never materialized. I looked at Apache OFBiz, BroadLeaf, Konakart etc... I ran their examples. I was curious if anyone knew of a pure backend JEE solution for e-commerce, so that integrating the business logic might be well