Re: Performance Problem

2009-08-13 Thread sky.walker
I'm sorry igor, i didn't mean to post it twice i thought this one wasn't posted as it took 5 hours to appear on the forum so i sent another one. I'm going to delete the other post. as to using a profiler, i'm not really familiar with such a tool but i'll see what i can do. igor.vaynberg wrote:

Re: Performance Problem

2009-08-13 Thread sky.walker
I figured out what the problem was and thought i'd share how it was solved in case someone else has the same problem, we had this in the html page wicket:head wicket:link link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=link to css file / /wicket:link /wicket:head which i guess would

Re: LoadableDetachableModel/Serialization Problem

2009-08-07 Thread sky.walker
I actually tried that, however my publication object looks like this. (I trimmed it to the relevant parts). as you can see there's no authorsInOrder Property only the authors property which can't be displayed to the user. I have to call getAuthorsInOrder() to retrieve the the list of author

Re: LoadableDetachableModel/Serialization Problem

2009-08-07 Thread sky.walker
Thanks igor. i just tried it and it worked. It's so cool property models work like that. igor.vaynberg wrote: the propertymodel will call the getter function. -igor On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 10:44 AM, sky.walkeres.most...@gmail.com wrote: I actually tried that, however my publication

Re: Custom Resource Loading

2009-07-20 Thread sky.walker
I plan to keep my java and html files next to each other, I was just curious as to why this specific peace of code which is the 'wicket in action' way to load resources didn't work. my guess was that's there's something wrong with the path, however i'm not sure why. my project directory