Re: Servlet and Wicket

2011-09-26 Thread noven_lie
Hi.. 
I understood what your issue is. Just want to share my experience here. 
I used to convert my struts application to wicket. I found there were no easy 
way to solve this matter. Since wicket is component based, not rely on servlet 
to do an action. 
Finally, I ended this matter by recreating all the jsp page to wicket page one 
by one. 
The html dan css structure were still usable. Just need reform the page with 
wicket style. 
Other things like form action servlet, link, etc are not much usable except the 
business logic.  
The way jsp do page templating (e.g. tiles or sitemesh) was also not usable. In 
wicket we do inheritance or border to do page templating.
My conclusion, this is not an easy thing to do. But if you really want to, you 
really need to spent time to reform your presentation. It can be a pain if your 
project is huge size. 

I know I didn't share any solution here, just shared my thoughts. 
Hope others have solution for you.

Cheers,
Noven
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-Original Message-
From: koha...@gmail.com koha...@gmail.com
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 15:06:42 
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Reply-To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Servlet and Wicket

I am asking this question because I have reviewed all the books published on
Wicket including the recent Wicket Cookbook, I have not seen any examples of
how you can replace JSP with Wicket. I want to use Wicket in my current
project but it would be cost prohibitive if I have to discard all the
Servlet implementation. Now, my question is, how easy would it be to replace
the JSP code with Wicket code. Or to ask it another way. Is it possible to
reuse my current Servlet code and integrate it with Wicket for the UI. It
would help to see examples of how to integrate Servlet code with Wicket.

I hope this helps clearify things a bit.

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Re: facebook like notification

2011-06-19 Thread noven_lie
Hi Nino, 

Thank you for you info, do you have example about using ajax heartbeat or 
javascript toaster?
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-Original Message-
From: nino martinez wael nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com
Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2011 13:58:53 
To: users@wicket.apache.org; Novennoven_...@yahoo.com
Reply-To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: facebook like notification

You could also do a ajax heartbeat and use a javascript toaster

2011/6/19 Noven noven_...@yahoo.com:
 Hi All..

 Newbie need guide , I just registered and this is my first post.

 I am facing problem about creating a facebook like notification.
 Like if your friend tag someone in your photos, there will be a
 notification appeared on your facebook page.

 My problem actually, I can't manage the user session/application state.
 I have successfully presented my feedback message into jGrowl like here

 The real scenario is :
 There are 2 role of user in my application, a user and a supervisor.
 When the user create something via a form, a notification appeared on
 the supervisor page lively.

 My question is how I can trigger the notification (which is a
 feedback message) appears on the supervisor page. Where I have to put my
 code, override some method in wicket application class?

 I am sorry if there is a similar question like mine before.

 Thanks,
 Noven

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Re: facebook like notification

2011-06-19 Thread noven_lie
Thank you Nino for your point me out of this. 
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-Original Message-
From: nino martinez wael nino.martinez.w...@gmail.com
Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2011 14:44:18 
To: users@wicket.apache.org; noven_...@yahoo.com
Reply-To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: facebook like notification

http://wicketstuff.org/wicketdojo13/?wicket:bookmarkablePage=%3Aorg.wicketstuff.dojo.examples.toaster.ToasterSample
http://wicketstuff.org/wicket/ajax/clock

should get you going..



 You could also do a ajax heartbeat and use a javascript toaster

 2011/6/19 Noven noven_...@yahoo.com:
 Hi All..

 Newbie need guide , I just registered and this is my first post.

 I am facing problem about creating a facebook like notification.
 Like if your friend tag someone in your photos, there will be a
 notification appeared on your facebook page.

 My problem actually, I can't manage the user session/application state.
 I have successfully presented my feedback message into jGrowl like here

 The real scenario is :
 There are 2 role of user in my application, a user and a supervisor.
 When the user create something via a form, a notification appeared on
 the supervisor page lively.

 My question is how I can trigger the notification (which is a
 feedback message) appears on the supervisor page. Where I have to put my
 code, override some method in wicket application class?

 I am sorry if there is a similar question like mine before.

 Thanks,
 Noven

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Re: facebook like notification

2011-06-19 Thread noven_lie
Thank you Sebastian. I will check it. 
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-Original Message-
From: Sebastian nospam...@gmx.net
Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2011 16:57:42 
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Reply-To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: facebook like notification

You can use the wicketstuff-push component 
https://github.com/wicketstuff/core/wiki/Push which can either use a 
polling approach or cometd to update clients based on server-side events.

Seb

On 19.06.2011 11:50, Noven wrote:
 Hi All..

 Newbie need guide , I just registered and this is my first post.

 I am facing problem about creating a facebook like notification.
 Like if your friend tag someone in your photos, there will be a
 notification appeared on your facebook page.

 My problem actually, I can't manage the user session/application state.
 I have successfully presented my feedback message into jGrowl like here

 The real scenario is :
 There are 2 role of user in my application, a user and a supervisor.
 When the user create something via a form, a notification appeared on
 the supervisor page lively.

 My question is how I can trigger the notification (which is a
 feedback message) appears on the supervisor page. Where I have to put my
 code, override some method in wicket application class?

 I am sorry if there is a similar question like mine before.

 Thanks,
 Noven



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