ERROR (Session.java:1406) - Exception when detaching/serializing page

2010-09-16 Thread nmetzger
Hi all, this is rather urgent. The following error is flooding my application. Below is just the essential part of it, it's repeating itself and seems to go deep into recursion. I don't see it calling any of my pages. Any ideas? Natalie (wicket 1.4.10) 2010-09-16 10:36:32,829 ERROR

Re: Wicket 1.4.11 seems to have Ajax support broken under Firefox 3.6.x

2010-09-10 Thread nmetzger
I'm glad I'm not the only one. I had a couple of AJAX components not reacting with 1.4.11, no error message though. They worked well with all versions between 1.4.7 and 1.4.10. Natalie -- View this message in context:

onSelectionChanged and browser back button

2010-09-02 Thread nmetzger
Hi all, I have a problem with a page in which I exchange a lot of panels via Ajax. It worked the way I intended, especially the fact that pressing the browser back button returned the user to the previous page. Now I added a new panel that included a CheckGroup with an onSelectionChanged()

Re: onSelectionChanged and browser back button

2010-09-02 Thread nmetzger
Yes, I did override it. I wasn't aware that this would change the process to a normal request. So, what's the best way to implement the onSelectionChanged behavior and keep my ajax behavior? Thanks for you help, Natalie -- View this message in context:

Re: Veil behavior of wicketstuff-minis

2010-05-26 Thread nmetzger
This is pretty easy to do. I added a veil to my page by implementing IAjaxIndicatorAware, adding the method getAjaxIndicatorMarkupId() and providing style definitions on the html side. Like this: public class MyPage extends WebPage implements IAjaxIndicatorAware{ public MyPage(){

Ajax wizard and page anchor

2010-05-19 Thread nmetzger
Hi all, I've upgraded my wizard to use the AjaxWizardButtonBar etc. as suggested by a couple of other people. It works great, so thanks! My problem is more html/css oriented. All wizard pages seem to be anchored around the buttons, so if I have a longer wizard page, then the user is not

Re: wicketstuff-minis status?

2010-05-07 Thread nmetzger
Yes, they changed the mootools a lot. I haven't had time to look into it, nor search for something else as I'm approaching my deadline. So I'm probably just going to go with the old mootools 1.1, as this already works. Thanks for checking, though! Natalie -- View this message in context:

RE: wicketstuff-minis status?

2010-05-05 Thread nmetzger
but as I dont think it'll take me long I'll look into and see i can do it soon. Are you needing it right now or? 2010/5/3 nmetzger [hidden email]/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=nodenode=2131419i=0: Hi Nino, is there any update planned for mootools 1.2.4? Thanks, Natalie -- View this message

Re: wicketstuff-minis status?

2010-05-03 Thread nmetzger
Hi Nino, is there any update planned for mootools 1.2.4? Thanks, Natalie -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/wicketstuff-minis-status-tp1867557p2124092.html Sent from the Wicket - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: Example for presenting pdf in modal window

2010-04-21 Thread nmetzger
Hi Ernesto, I tried using your code, but unfortunately I run into a NullPointerException when trying to load the pdf file. I placed the test.pfd file in the same directory as the MyPdfResource.java, but obviously the system can't find it. Any idea what I might have overlooked? ERROR -

Re: Example for presenting pdf in modal window

2010-04-21 Thread nmetzger
Ernesto, I checked, but this was only a typo in my post, the file is called test.pdf. And fyi, I'm using wicket 1.4.6. My use case is this: I would like to have help pages displayed in my system that other people besides me edit. So I'd like to put them in a directory outside of my application

RE: Example for presenting pdf in modal window

2010-04-21 Thread nmetzger
with the wiki files) I just made to test it? Best Ernesto On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 3:57 PM, nmetzger [hidden email]http://n4.nabble.com/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=nodenode=2019010i=0 wrote: Ernesto, I checked, but this was only a typo in my post, the file is called test.pdf. And fyi, I'm using

Re: Wizard button label

2010-03-03 Thread nmetzger
So far I have only succeeded in setting a new label in the .properties file of the page. -- View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/Wicket-button-label-tp27758421p27776134.html Sent from the Wicket - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com.