Re: questions about CheckGroupSelector's behavior?

2012-01-13 Thread rolandpeng
yes, Sven.

it's the same issue of wicket-4279

https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-4279

I'll download wicket 1.5.4 after release, thank you!

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questions about CheckGroupSelector's behavior?

2012-01-12 Thread rolandpeng
CheckGroupSelector is very useful to select all/none, but I found there is
one condition that the behavior of CheckGroupSelector becomes strange. I'm
not sure whether it's a bug or not.

When the CheckGroup contains more than two check items, it's fine for any
function.
But when it contains only one check item, CheckGroupSelector becomes checked
status on initial and the one check item is unchecked. I mean,if the
CheckGroupSelector is checked, all of the related check items should be all
checked as well.(only one check item or more)
No matter how many times I press the CheckGroupSelector, it seems
malfunctioned to affect the check item, unless I put two or more check items
on the list.

I have tried org.apache.wicket.examples.compref.CheckGroupPage(in wicket
example) and modify the ComponentReferenceApplication.getPersons() to only
one person. It's the same behavior as what I mentioned above.

The version of my wicket is 1.5.3.

Does anyone has comments for this situation?Thanks.

Roland.

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Re: IndicatingAjaxSubmitLink missing?

2011-02-03 Thread rolandpeng

It's really simple.Thanks for your hint!

public abstract class IndicatingAjaxSubmitLink extends AjaxSubmitLink
implements
IAjaxIndicatorAware {

private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
private final AjaxIndicatorAppender indicatorAppender = new
AjaxIndicatorAppender();

public IndicatingAjaxSubmitLink(String id) {
super(id, null);
add(indicatorAppender);
}

public IndicatingAjaxSubmitLink(String id, Form form) {
super(id, form);
add(indicatorAppender);
}

/**
 * @see
org.apache.wicket.ajax.IAjaxIndicatorAware#getAjaxIndicatorMarkupId()
 */
public String getAjaxIndicatorMarkupId() {
return indicatorAppender.getMarkupId();
}
}
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Re: How to do setResponsePage after alert message pressed ok?

2011-02-02 Thread rolandpeng

Excuse me,I have one more question.

After I press ajax onsubmit, decorateOnSuccessScript is always executed if
no exception occurred.

how do I stop and not to run decorateOnSuccessScript if the validator finds
some components validate failed?
(The onsubmit action will not be executed while validate error found,so
insert successfully alertion should not poped up.)

//how to skip this function while the validator found error?
@Override 
public CharSequence decorateOnSuccessScript(CharSequence script) { 
return script + alert('insert successfully'); 
+ window.location.href=' 
+ RequestCycle.get().urlFor(getBackPage())+ ';; 
} 

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IndicatingAjaxSubmitLink missing?

2011-02-02 Thread rolandpeng

Will any later version of wicket add IndicatingAjaxSubmitLink?
It seems this class was missed. Or any other Class similar to this
IndicatingAjaxSubmitButton, but only for link?
Thank you.

Roland.
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Re: How to do setResponsePage after alert message pressed ok?

2011-02-02 Thread rolandpeng

reply by myself. 
I use target.appendJavascript to solve my problem.

@Override
protected void onSubmit(AjaxRequestTarget target, Form? form) {
onConfirm(target, form);
target.appendJavascript(alert(' + responseMessage_ + '););
if (redirectPage() != null) {
target.appendJavascript(window.location.href='
+ 
RequestCycle.get().urlFor(redirectPage()) + ';);
}
}

//redirectPage() is my customized method.

Roland.
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Re: How to do setResponsePage after alert message pressed ok?

2011-01-30 Thread rolandpeng

This is what I have done and that works fine.Thank you for your hint!

new AjaxCallDecorator() {
   @Override
   public CharSequence decorateScript(CharSequence script) {
return if(!confirm('確定返回嗎?')){return false;};
+ script;
}

@Override
public CharSequence decorateOnSuccessScript(CharSequence script) {
return script + alert('返回成功!');
+ window.location.href='
+ RequestCycle.get().urlFor(getBackPage())+ ';;
}
};

//getBackPage() is customized method by myself.
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Re: Use Byte for CheckBox instead of Boolean

2011-01-26 Thread rolandpeng

Hi, this is YesNoCheckBox referred from previous posts. You can modify to fit
your need.

Roland.

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public class YesNoCheckBox extends CheckBox {

public YesNoCheckBox(String id) {
super(id);
}

@Override
protected IModel initModel() {
return new CheckBoxYesNoModel(super.initModel());
}

private class CheckBoxYesNoModel implements IModel {
final IModel model;

public CheckBoxYesNoModel(IModel model) {
this.model = model;
}

public void detach() {
model.detach();
}

public Object getObject() {
return convertToComponent(model.getObject());
}

public void setObject(Object object) {
model.setObject(convertFromComponent(object));
}

protected Object convertToComponent(Object o) {
if (o.toString().equalsIgnoreCase(y))
return true;
else
return false;
}

protected Object convertFromComponent(Object o) {
if (((Boolean) o) == true)
return y;
else
return n;
}
}
}
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How to do setResponsePage after alert message pressed ok?

2011-01-20 Thread rolandpeng

Hi,
   After doing insert or update,I'd like to show some alert message,such as
insert succeed. or update succeed.,and then do setResponsePage() to data
listing page.
   But I wonder how to do it under wicket. Would anyone give me some hint?
Thank you!

use case: insert or update--alert message--auto redirect to data listing
page.

Roland.
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Re: how to validate a ListView?

2010-12-15 Thread rolandpeng

thanks for your reply.I'd like to try your second suggestion.

But after looking into AbstractFormValidator and other related examples, I
find that in my case I don't have any FormComponet to pass to
error(FormComponent fc) after validate. 

Is there any way or examples to validate without FormComponet?


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Re: how to validate a ListView?

2010-12-15 Thread rolandpeng

That's really what I want!Thank you very much.
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how to validate a ListView?

2010-12-14 Thread rolandpeng

Hi,
I've a Listview and the content of list is selected by a modal window.
The content of list should be validate to be required.
I've tried to create a custom validator , but I have no idea how to bind the
validator to the Listview.
Is it possible to validate the Listview as required before on submit?

Any adivce would be appreciated.Thank you.

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how to validate a Label?

2010-12-13 Thread rolandpeng

Hi,
   I need to validate a readonly Label with required which displays some
selection from a modalwindow. But a Label is not a formcomponent , so I
cannot use setRequired() to fulfill my requirement. 
   If I use a TextField/setEnable(false)/setRequired(true) for instead, the
validator also become disable.

   Do anyone give me some advice? Thank you!

Roland.
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Re: how to validate a Label?

2010-12-13 Thread rolandpeng

I've tried a Label + TextField/setVisible(false)/setRequired(true) as well. 
But as the TextField is hidden,the required validation also disable ,either.
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Re: how to validate a Label?

2010-12-13 Thread rolandpeng

oh, thank you for the hint.
I find a HiddenField in the form package. I'll try this component later.
Thank you again!
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How to setResponsePage with a classname string parameter?

2010-08-03 Thread rolandpeng

Hi,I want to redirect to a dynamic webpage,but I can only get the destination
as a fullpath classname string .The sample code like below,

String pageClass=task.getFormResourceName();

WebPage page=null;
if(pageClass.equals(com.sandbox.Page1)){
page=new Page1();
}else if(pageClass.equals(com.sandbox.practices.Page2)){
page=new Page2();
}else if(pageClass.equals(com.sandbox.practices.Page3)){
page=new Page3();
}
setResponsePage(page);

Is there any better way to replace this if...else if way? I have tried
Class.forname(pageClass),but compiles error and shows Bound mismatch,like
below,

Bound mismatch: The generic method setResponsePage(ClassC) of type
Component is not applicable for the arguments (Classcapture#3-of ?). The
inferred type capture#3-of ? is not a valid substitute for the bounded
parameter C extends Page.

Any suggestion is welcome,thank you.
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Re: How to setResponsePage with a classname string parameter?

2010-08-03 Thread rolandpeng

I've also tried casting like this.
setResponsePage((Page)Class.forName(pageClass));

but compiles error as well,the message below,
The method setResponsePage(ClassC) in the type Component is not applicable
for the arguments (Page)


James Carman wrote:
 
 Cast it?
 
 On Aug 3, 2010 10:19 PM, rolandpeng rolandp...@cht.com.tw wrote:
 
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Re: How to setResponsePage with a classname string parameter?

2010-08-03 Thread rolandpeng

oh,I've figured it out...I should cast it with generic class. thank you :)

try {
  setResponsePage((ClassPage)Class.forName(pageClass));
} catch (ClassNotFoundException e) {
  e.printStackTrace();
}   


rolandpeng wrote:
 
 I've also tried casting like this.
 setResponsePage((Page)Class.forName(pageClass));
 
 but compiles error as well,the message below,
 The method setResponsePage(ClassC) in the type Component is not
 applicable for the arguments (Page)
 
 
 James Carman wrote:
 
 Cast it?
 
 On Aug 3, 2010 10:19 PM, rolandpeng rolandp...@cht.com.tw wrote:
 
 
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Re: Render a Wicket page to a string for HTML email

2010-03-16 Thread rolandpeng

That works , thank you!
But I have another question:
when I use requestLogger.getLiveSessions() to get the live sessions,the
number of sessions always increased after I call the render api.
Is it possible to render page of html source in the same session(not create
a new one)?
Thank you!


Scott Swank wrote:
 
 Here is a largely equivalent class that I created.  It simply extends
 BaseWicketTester.
 
 public class PageRenderer extends BaseWicketTester {
   private final Locale locale;
 
   public PageRenderer(Locale locale) {
   this.locale = locale;
   }
 
   public PageRenderer() {
   this.locale = null;
   }
 
   private String renderStartPage() {
   if (this.locale != null) {
   getWicketSession().setLocale(locale);
   }
 
   return getServletResponse().getDocument();
   }
 
   public synchronized String render(Class? extends WebPage pageClass) {
   startPage(pageClass);
   return renderStartPage();
   }
 
   public synchronized String render(Class? extends WebPage pageClass,
 PageParameters parameters) {
   startPage(pageClass, parameters);
   return renderStartPage();
   }
 
   public synchronized String render(WebPage page) {
   startPage(page);
   return renderStartPage();
   }
 
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Re: Render a Wicket page to a string for HTML email

2010-03-16 Thread rolandpeng

Thank you. I have tested your implementation class,but it still the same(live
sessions increasing) while I call requestLogger.getLiveSessions(). Does
anyone have other advice? Thank you so much in advance.


Xavier López-2 wrote:
 
 Oops, forgot to mention that code has a pair of bugs in it. Here is the
 implementation i came up with :
 
 public class RenderHTMLUtils {
 
 public static String renderPage(Page page) {
 
 //get the servlet context
 WebApplication application = (WebApplication)
 WebApplication.get();
 
 ServletContext context = application.getServletContext();
 
 //fake a request/response cycle
 MockHttpSession servletSession = new MockHttpSession(context);
 servletSession.setTemporary(true);
 
 MockHttpServletRequest servletRequest = new
 MockHttpServletRequest(
 application, servletSession, context);
 MockHttpServletResponse servletResponse = new
 MockHttpServletResponse(
 servletRequest);
 
 //initialize request and response
 servletRequest.initialize();
 servletResponse.initialize();
 
 WebRequest webRequest = new ServletWebRequest(servletRequest);
 
 BufferedWebResponse webResponse = new
 BufferedWebResponse(servletResponse);
 webResponse.setAjax(true);
 
 WebRequestCycle requestCycle = new WebRequestCycle(
 application, webRequest, webResponse);
 
 //requestCycle.setRequestTarget(new
 BookmarkablePageRequestTarget(pageClass, pageParameters));
 requestCycle.setRequestTarget(new PageRequestTarget(page));
 
 try {
 requestCycle.getProcessor().respond(requestCycle);
 
 if (requestCycle.wasHandled() == false) {
 requestCycle.setRequestTarget(new
 WebErrorCodeResponseTarget(
 HttpServletResponse.SC_NOT_FOUND));
 }
 requestCycle.detach();
 
 } finally {
 requestCycle.getResponse().close();
 }
 
 return webResponse.toString();
 }
 
 }
 
 Cheers,
 Xavier
 

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Re: Render a Wicket page to a string for HTML email

2010-03-16 Thread rolandpeng

append some more information.
After tracing the sessionId in live sessions. I found several id listed
below:

sessionId1=3F329131CF155AEAA4FB383AD854E510 (normal format,created by login)
sessionId2=7cc3d77e_12766bcf8eb__7fff (strange,created by call render api)
sessionId3=7cc3d77e_12766bcf8eb__7ffd (strange,created by call reder api)

I use wicket 1.4.6 for developing.


rolandpeng wrote:
 
 Thank you. I have tested your implementation class,but it still the
 same(live sessions increasing) while I call
 requestLogger.getLiveSessions(). Does anyone have other advice? Thank you
 so much in advance.
 

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Re: Dropdownchoice missing (only when the page with Tinymce component) while scrolling the vertical scroll bar

2009-07-19 Thread rolandpeng

After checking the strange behavior with Sander,we find that in deployment
mode to run the quickstart will be okay.
This strange problem only took place in development mode.
Thanks Sander helping me to figure out this problem.
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Re: Dropdownchoice missing (only when the page with Tinymce component) while scrolling the vertical scroll bar

2009-07-16 Thread rolandpeng

hi wicket poles,

Does anyone know who still works around the maintenance of the
wicket-tinymce in wicketstuff?
I'd like to pass my problem to the group.

thank you.

Roland.


rolandpeng wrote:
 
 thanks for your teach,igor.
 
 I've find the way to build the quickstart with tinymce included.
 The quickstart project is attached,and can be run with 'mvn jetty:run' .
 the url: http://localhost:8080/quickstart
 
 my quickstart brief:
 there are two webpages,one with ajaxlink and the other with non-ajaxlink.
 You can find that when scrolling the vertical bar in the page with
 ajaxlink.The dropdownchoice is dispeared(or blured).But non-ajaxlink page
 won't.
 
 I don't know how to issue this problem in the right way,so I just post
 this quickstart here.
 I would be very obliged if Igor or someone can help to resolve this
 problem.thank you.
 
 

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Re: Dropdownchoice missing (only when the page with Tinymce component) while scrolling the vertical scroll bar

2009-07-16 Thread rolandpeng

oh,sorry it's my typo.
I've already corrected the post. no defense,pals. ^^


insom wrote:
 
 When you called us wicket poles, I had just assumed that you were
 referring
 to the stumps that hold up the bails on a cricket wicket. However, I'm
 glad
 to see that we're also pals and not just poles ;)
 
 On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 6:42 PM, rolandpeng rolandp...@cht.com.tw wrote:
 

 hi wicket poles,

 Does anyone know who still works around the maintenance of the
 wicket-tinymce in wicketstuff?
 I'd like to pass my problem to the group.

 thank you.

 Roland.


 rolandpeng wrote:
 
  thanks for your teach,igor.
 
  I've find the way to build the quickstart with tinymce included.
  The quickstart project is attached,and can be run with 'mvn jetty:run'
 .
  the url: http://localhost:8080/quickstart
 
  my quickstart brief:
  there are two webpages,one with ajaxlink and the other with
 non-ajaxlink.
  You can find that when scrolling the vertical bar in the page with
  ajaxlink.The dropdownchoice is dispeared(or blured).But non-ajaxlink
 page
  won't.
 
  I don't know how to issue this problem in the right way,so I just post
  this quickstart here.
  I would be very obliged if Igor or someone can help to resolve this
  problem.thank you.
 
 

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Re: Dropdownchoice missing (only when the page with Tinymce component) while scrolling the vertical scroll bar

2009-07-15 Thread rolandpeng

thanks for your teach,igor.

I've find the way to build the quickstart with tinymce included.
The quickstart project is attached,and can be run with 'mvn jetty:run' .
the url: http://localhost:8080/quickstart

my quickstart brief:
there are two webpages,one with ajaxlink and the other with non-ajaxlink.
You can find that when scrolling the vertical bar in the page with
ajaxlink.The dropdownchoice is dispeared(or blured).But non-ajaxlink page
won't.

I don't know how to issue this problem in the right way,so I just post this
quickstart here.
I would be very obliged if Igor or someone can help to resolve this
problem.thank you.





igor.vaynberg wrote:
 
 you have to add wicketstuff maven2 repo to the pom, and if that does
 not contain the snapshot you have to check out all the sources of
 tinymce and mvn install so the artifacts go into your local repo.
 
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RE: DropDownChoice missing in IE6 when has AJAX

2009-07-15 Thread rolandpeng

I also get the same problem,do anyone have the resolution about this?

I've made a quickstart to simulate this problem as the attachment.

I will be very obliged if someone can help to find the resolution.Thanks.

Roland.


Alex.Borba wrote:
 
 Thank you for the suggestion, most of you are saying that apparently this 
 issueis related to something else but wicket, but is curious how the 
 problem is easily fixed just deleting the Wicket Modal Window which is 
 related to a button. 
 
 I'm working on the quickstart now, while some friends are trying to find 
 anything unusual in JS, CSS or other stuff.
 
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Re: Dropdownchoice missing (only when the page with Tinymce component) while scrolling the vertical scroll bar

2009-07-14 Thread rolandpeng

thanks igor,

I have added dependency below into pom.xml
dependency
  groupIdorg.wicketstuff/groupId
  artifactIdtinymce/artifactId
  version1.4-SNAPSHOT/version
/dependency

but after execute 'maven package',I got error below:
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Project ID: null:tinymce:jar:null

Reason: Cannot find parent: org.wicketstuff:tinymce-parent for project:
null:tin
ymce:jar:null for project null:tinymce:jar:null
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I have referred to the pom.xml in
wicket-stuff\trunk\wicketstuff-core\tinymce-parent\tinymce-examples
as the attachment.
Could you please give me more hints to add the correct dependency?thanks.

By the way,I found the key problem issued in my original post.
That's any ajaxbehavior component(ajaxlink for example) will lead
DropdownChoice compoent missing while scrolling vertical bar.
After I moved all the ajaxbehavior component (or replace to non-ajaxbehavior
component,submitlink,for example) in the webpage,then the DropdownChoice
works fine.

I will make a quickstart to simulate this strange situation,but at first I
need to know how to include tinymce.jar into my pom.xml . thanks again.

roland.


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 add it as a dependency in the pom file.
 
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Re: Going back to a previous URL?

2009-07-08 Thread rolandpeng

hi cu uwe,

I've tried your mentioned method below to setResponsePage for keeping state
in BookmarkablePage.
But it doesn't work.

here is my implemented codes:
--
PageParameters oParam=new PageParameters();
oParam.add(product_oid,String.valueOf(oProduct.getOid()));
DetailProduct targetPage=new DetailProduct();
targetPage.setBackPage(this.getPage());
targetPage.setMetaData(HybridUrlCodingStrategy.PAGE_PARAMETERS_META_DATA_KEY,
oParam);
setResponsePage(targetPage);
--
I assumed DetailProduct(PageParameters params) will be called internally.
But the process still called DetailProduct() instead of 
DetailProduct(PageParameters params).
So some exception happened.

Could you please give me more information about that and any suggestions?

Roland.

Uwe Schäfer wrote:
 
 classacts schrieb:
 
 Let's say I'm on bookmarkable Page1.class with PageParameters
 {id=1,0=foo,1=bar} and I click on a BookmarkablePage link to ConfigPage
 PageParameters {id=1} and do some stuff like submit forms on that page,
 etc... How can I place a Back button or link to the Page1.class with its
 PageParameters intact?  The mechanism should also would even if the
 originating page isn't Page1.class but any arbitrary class.
 
 *IF* i get this correctly, we do that by using HybridURLEncoding and 
 passing pageInstances around.
 linking to bookmarkable urls with additional state can be done with smth 
 like:
 
 Page targetPage = new BookmarkablePageClass(...
 // the add state to it, like
 targetPage.setPageToNavigateBackTo(getWebPage());
 // and add params for the URL
 targetPage.setMetaData(HybridUrlCodingStrategy.PAGE_PARAMETERS_META_DATA_KEY, 
 new PageParameters(...));
 setResponsePage(targetPage);
 
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Re: Could TinyMCE Upload pictures or files

2009-06-05 Thread rolandpeng

I meet this requirement,too.
anyone have solutions?
or any comments will be welcome. thanks.


Nino.Martinez wrote:
 
 Add a upload field to the page.. And reference that from tinymce?
 
 Mead wrote:
 Hello All,
Could TinyMCE upload pictures or files?
 I run the example of TinyMCE(from wicket stuff), and find the demo there
 could not upload any files or images, but only insert the URL of picture 

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Re: Possible to retrieve previous page from PageMap

2009-03-12 Thread rolandpeng

thanks john,
but how to define variable lastPageIdVersionKey?
It seems you missed the statement in the original post. thanks.

Roland.


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   HashMapString,PageIdVersion lastPageMap =
 getSession().getMetaData(lastPageIdVersionKey);   
 
 

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Re: Possible to retrieve previous page from PageMap

2009-03-12 Thread rolandpeng

great! after delare a ineer class below:
class PageIdVersion {
public int id;
public int version;
public PageIdVersion last;
}
then the track function works.


John Patterson wrote:
 
 
   // must declare hash map because meta data must be serializable
   private MetaDataKeyHashMapString, PageIdVersion lastPageIdVersionKey
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tinymce question: how to switch default language?

2009-03-07 Thread rolandpeng

There are many languages supported by tinymce.
The default lanuage of my tinymce is zh.
--
TinyMCESettings settings = new TinyMCESettings(
TinyMCESettings.Theme.advanced);
Language language = settings.getLanguage();
System.out.println(language.name());
==
result: zh
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I can't find setLanguage() method in TinyMCESettings class.
How to switch the language from zh into en,or any others? 

Thanks.

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Re: tinymce question: how to switch default language?

2009-03-07 Thread rolandpeng

Got it.I missed the part of constructor.
The way to set my lanuage works.
--
TinyMCESettings settings=new
TinyMCESettings(TinyMCESettings.Theme.advanced,Language.tw);
--

thank you!


pointbreak+wicketstuff wrote:
 
 The default language is based on the locale of the session. Which is
 normally what you want (because it is influenced by the browser
 preferences, and the same as what wicket is using). You can override it
 by passing a language as second argument in the TinyMCESettings
 constructor.
 

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Re: WYSIWYG component

2009-03-06 Thread rolandpeng

I use wicket 1.4-rc2 and meet the same problem.

you can download jazzy.jar here to solve the exception.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jazzy/

then all the program works.

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A Bug in SqlDateConverter?

2009-02-22 Thread rolandpeng

Now I use wicket 1.3.5.

There is a date field in my webpage.and it is not required.
The date class type is java.sql.date

But I alway have a NullPointerException while the input of this optional
field is empty.
the exceptions below:
Caused by: java.lang.NullPointerException
at
org.apache.wicket.util.convert.converters.SqlDateConverter.convertToObject(SqlDateConverter.java:35)
at
org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.FormComponent.convertInput(FormComponent.java:1211)
...

How do I fix this problem?
Now I must set a date into my date filed  to pass the program.But this field
is not required.
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Re: A Bug in SqlDateConverter?

2009-02-22 Thread rolandpeng

Thanks for your quick response.

Now I have updated my lib into wicket1.4-rc2.

Rerun the date input functoin and I have another exception.(the date field
is not empty)

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Caused by: java.lang.ClassCastException: java.util.Date
at
org.apache.wicket.util.convert.converters.SqlDateConverter.convertToObject(SqlDateConverter.java:43)
at
org.apache.wicket.util.convert.converters.SqlDateConverter.convertToObject(SqlDateConverter.java:28)
at
org.apache.wicket.markup.html.form.FormComponent.convertInput(FormComponent.java:1297)
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Is this also another bug of SqlDateConverter?
Or I need to modify any code of my program?
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Re: A Bug in SqlDateConverter?

2009-02-22 Thread rolandpeng

Here you are. 
html and java files are both uploaded as attachments for your reference.
Data type of the date field in my entity is also java.sql.Date.

By the way,instead of above method,
Now I have a try to change all the date type of Date from java.sql.Date into
java.util.Date.
Then everything is fine.

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If input is null and the field is not required converters do not run.
Show us your code.

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Re: A Bug in SqlDateConverter?

2009-02-22 Thread rolandpeng

igor, I'm not sure if the datepickers removed will make the error go away.

Since all of my programs have been refactorred from java.sql.Date to
java.util.Date,I can't try your assumption in my application now.

Anyway,now I adopt java.util.Date instead of java.sql.Date,and everything
goes well.
Thanks.

roland.
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does the error go away if you do not add the datepickers?

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Re: set the feedback message to js function

2008-10-31 Thread rolandpeng

Excuse me. I don't get it clearly.
What does 'hack up a small js' do and please discribe more about
scriptaculous toaster, or any url for reference?
Thank you very much.

roland.


Nino.Martinez wrote:
 
 I would hack up a small js component for this case, and poke it with 
 the message, sort of maybe what I've done with the scriptaculous toaster.
 
 rolandpeng wrote:
 thank you,igor

 here is my try and that work. 
 But how could I display message only in alert dialog instead of both
 feedback panel and alert dialog?
 thanks.

 roland.
 --
 HeaderContributor alert = new HeaderContributor(
   new IHeaderContributor() {
 public void renderHead(IHeaderResponse response) {
   FeedbackMessages messages = Session.get().getFeedbackMessages();
  for (Iterator iter = messages.iterator(); iter.hasNext();) {
  FeedbackMessage message = (FeedbackMessage) iter.next();
  response.renderOnLoadJavascript(alert(\+ message.getMessage() +
 \);); 
  }
 }
 });  
   
 User oUser = new User();
 cFeedback = new FeedbackPanel(feedback);
 cFeedback.setOutputMarkupId(true);
 cFeedback.add(alert);

 --

 igor.vaynberg wrote:
   
 renderhead(IHeaderResponse r) {
   for (FeedbackMessage m:messages) {
 r.renderonloadjavascript(alert('+m.toString()+'););
   }
 }

 -igor


 On Dec 31, 2007 11:25 PM, JohnSmith333 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
 
 Thanks for your kindly reply and help.
 I have read the FeedbackPanel  source code and know the use of
 HeaderContributor.
 But I still don't know how to do . Could you or anyone help me more?
 Thanks!

 HeaderContributor.forJavaScript(/js/default.js);




 igor.vaynberg wrote:
   
 see how feedbackpanel is implemented, you can write a header
 contributor to spit feedback messages to a js function

 -igor


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 like
   
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Re: set the feedback message to js function

2008-10-30 Thread rolandpeng

thank you,igor

here is my try and that work. 
But how could I display message only in alert dialog instead of both
feedback panel and alert dialog?
thanks.

roland.
--
HeaderContributor alert = new HeaderContributor(
  new IHeaderContributor() {
public void renderHead(IHeaderResponse response) {
  FeedbackMessages messages = Session.get().getFeedbackMessages();
 for (Iterator iter = messages.iterator(); iter.hasNext();) {
FeedbackMessage message = (FeedbackMessage) iter.next();
response.renderOnLoadJavascript(alert(\+ message.getMessage() + 
\);); 
 }
}
}); 
 
User oUser = new User();
cFeedback = new FeedbackPanel(feedback);
cFeedback.setOutputMarkupId(true);
cFeedback.add(alert);

--

igor.vaynberg wrote:
 
 renderhead(IHeaderResponse r) {
   for (FeedbackMessage m:messages) {
 r.renderonloadjavascript(alert('+m.toString()+'););
   }
 }
 
 -igor
 
 
 On Dec 31, 2007 11:25 PM, JohnSmith333 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Thanks for your kindly reply and help.
 I have read the FeedbackPanel  source code and know the use of
 HeaderContributor.
 But I still don't know how to do . Could you or anyone help me more?
 Thanks!

 HeaderContributor.forJavaScript(/js/default.js);




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  see how feedbackpanel is implemented, you can write a header
  contributor to spit feedback messages to a js function
 
  -igor
 
 
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 like
  alert(some txt must set)?
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a way to show jfreechart tooltip on the image

2008-10-09 Thread rolandpeng

This is my sample code to to show jfreechart tooltip on the image.
The key is to override onComponentTagBody() and use replaceComponentTagBody().

Just post my tried to share.
There should be better way to tune the performance.

--source code  here--
public class JFreeChartImage extends NonCachingImage {

private String imageMapId;
private int width;
private int height;
private JFreeChart chart;
private ChartRenderingInfo info = new ChartRenderingInfo(
new StandardEntityCollection());

public JFreeChartImage(String id, String imageMapId,
int width, int height) {
// super(id, new Model(defaultImage));
super(id);
this.imageMapId = imageMapId;
this.width = width;
this.height = height;
}

@Override
protected Resource getImageResource() {
Resource imageResource = null;
final JFreeChart chart = getChart();
imageResource = new DynamicImageResource() {
@Override
protected byte[] getImageData() {
ByteArrayOutputStream stream = new 
ByteArrayOutputStream();
try {
if (chart != null) {
info.clear();

ChartUtilities.writeChartAsPNG(stream, chart, width,
height, info);
}
} catch (IOException e) {
System.out.println(IOException:  + 
e.getMessage());
}
return stream.toByteArray();
}
};  return imageResource;
}

@Override
protected void onComponentTagBody(MarkupStream markupStream,
ComponentTag openTag) {
JFreeChart chart = getChart();
if (chart == null)
return;
ByteArrayOutputStream stream = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
try {
if (chart != null) {
info.clear();
ChartUtilities.writeChartAsPNG(stream, chart, 
width, height,
info);
}
} catch (IOException e) {
System.out.println(IOException:  + e.getMessage());
}
System.out.println(ChartUtilities.getImageMap(imageMapId, 
info));
replaceComponentTagBody(markupStream, openTag, ChartUtilities
.getImageMap(imageMapId, info));
}

public JFreeChart getChart() {
return chart;
}

public void setChart(JFreeChart chart) {
this.chart = chart;
}

}


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a way to show jfreechart tooltip on the image

2008-10-08 Thread rolandpeng

This is my sample code to to show jfreechart tooltip on the image. 
The key is to override onComponentTagBody() and use
replaceComponentTagBody(). 
the parameter imageMapId used in ChartUtilities.getImageMap(imageMapId,
info); should also 
markded in html file ,for example :imageMapId=tooltip,then  /img

remember that the  /img tag must leave open tag,not close tag( ,
else replaceComponentTagBody() will not work.

Just post my tried code to share. 
There should be better way to tune the performance. 

--source code  here-- 
public class JFreeChartImage extends NonCachingImage { 

private String imageMapId; 
private int width; 
private int height; 
private JFreeChart chart; 
private ChartRenderingInfo info = new ChartRenderingInfo( 
new StandardEntityCollection()); 

public JFreeChartImage(String id, String imageMapId, 
int width, int height) { 
// super(id, new Model(defaultImage)); 
super(id); 
this.imageMapId = imageMapId; 
this.width = width; 
this.height = height; 
} 

@Override 
protected Resource getImageResource() { 
Resource imageResource = null; 
final JFreeChart chart = getChart(); 
imageResource = new DynamicImageResource() { 
@Override 
protected byte[] getImageData() { 
ByteArrayOutputStream stream = new
ByteArrayOutputStream(); 
try { 
if (chart != null) { 
info.clear(); 
   
ChartUtilities.writeChartAsPNG(stream, chart, width, 
height,
info); 
} 
} catch (IOException e) { 
System.out.println(IOException:  +
e.getMessage()); 
} 
return stream.toByteArray(); 
} 
}; return imageResource; 
} 

@Override 
protected void onComponentTagBody(MarkupStream markupStream, 
ComponentTag openTag) { 
JFreeChart chart = getChart(); 
if (chart == null) 
return; 
ByteArrayOutputStream stream = new ByteArrayOutputStream(); 
try { 
if (chart != null) { 
info.clear(); 
ChartUtilities.writeChartAsPNG(stream,
chart, width, height, 
info); 
} 
} catch (IOException e) { 
System.out.println(IOException:  +
e.getMessage()); 
} 
System.out.println(ChartUtilities.getImageMap(imageMapId,
info)); 
replaceComponentTagBody(markupStream, openTag,
ChartUtilities 
.getImageMap(imageMapId, info)); 
} 

public JFreeChart getChart() { 
return chart; 
} 

public void setChart(JFreeChart chart) { 
this.chart = chart; 
} 

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