Re: Advice for upgrading from an old version of Wicket

2013-11-20 Thread Scott Carpenter
On another angle, suppose you're looking at also upgrading Hibernate and
other supporting libraries/frameworks. Would you recommend starting with
any particular component?

It seems to me that starting with Wicket might be a good idea, since it
would hopefully be backwards compatible with other libraries, and have
updates to support newer versions of those supporting libraries?

Thanks,

Scott


On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 7:19 AM, Scott Carpenter scarpen...@gmail.comwrote:

 Thank you, Martin. I'll do that.


 On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 2:00 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.orgwrote:

 Hi,

 I'd advice you to read the migration guides 1.4-1.5 and 1.5-6.0.
 Then start migrating the app and ask here if you have specific problems.


 On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 11:33 PM, Scott Carpenter scarpen...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Hi -- I've inherited a wicket site that was first developed four years
 ago.
  It is running on version 1.4 and I've been asked to estimate an upgrade
 to
  a more current version, and I was hoping to get some advice from this
 list
  about gotchas and so on.
 
  I've been working on the site for several months but consider myself a
  newcomer to Wicket. That is, I haven't done a deep dive into learning
 the
  framework yet. I've been updating things based on what I find in the
  existing code base. So please forgive me my newbieness and let me know
 what
  details would be helpful.
 
  Furthermore, I'm a newcomer to Java web frameworks in general. There is
  Spring and Hibernate involved with this thing, which I've also been
 able to
  update based on the existing state of affairs. The backend is an Oracle
  database.
 
  Your thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated.
 
  Thank you!
 
  Scott
 





Re: Advice for upgrading from an old version of Wicket

2013-11-20 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

Most of the time this should not matter.
Wicket doesn't use many dependencies.

In this particular case it may matter because Wicket uses CGLib to generate
proxies for classes (in contrast to interfaces) and Hibernate also uses
bytecode generation (either via CGLib or Javassist) so a problem may arise
if it is CGLib and they need different major versions.


On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 4:13 PM, Scott Carpenter scarpen...@gmail.comwrote:

 On another angle, suppose you're looking at also upgrading Hibernate and
 other supporting libraries/frameworks. Would you recommend starting with
 any particular component?

 It seems to me that starting with Wicket might be a good idea, since it
 would hopefully be backwards compatible with other libraries, and have
 updates to support newer versions of those supporting libraries?

 Thanks,

 Scott


 On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 7:19 AM, Scott Carpenter scarpen...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Thank you, Martin. I'll do that.
 
 
  On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 2:00 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org
 wrote:
 
  Hi,
 
  I'd advice you to read the migration guides 1.4-1.5 and 1.5-6.0.
  Then start migrating the app and ask here if you have specific problems.
 
 
  On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 11:33 PM, Scott Carpenter scarpen...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
   Hi -- I've inherited a wicket site that was first developed four years
  ago.
   It is running on version 1.4 and I've been asked to estimate an
 upgrade
  to
   a more current version, and I was hoping to get some advice from this
  list
   about gotchas and so on.
  
   I've been working on the site for several months but consider myself a
   newcomer to Wicket. That is, I haven't done a deep dive into learning
  the
   framework yet. I've been updating things based on what I find in the
   existing code base. So please forgive me my newbieness and let me know
  what
   details would be helpful.
  
   Furthermore, I'm a newcomer to Java web frameworks in general. There
 is
   Spring and Hibernate involved with this thing, which I've also been
  able to
   update based on the existing state of affairs. The backend is an
 Oracle
   database.
  
   Your thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated.
  
   Thank you!
  
   Scott
  
 
 
 



Re: Advice for upgrading from an old version of Wicket

2013-11-19 Thread Scott Carpenter
Thank you, Martin. I'll do that.


On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 2:00 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.orgwrote:

 Hi,

 I'd advice you to read the migration guides 1.4-1.5 and 1.5-6.0.
 Then start migrating the app and ask here if you have specific problems.


 On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 11:33 PM, Scott Carpenter scarpen...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Hi -- I've inherited a wicket site that was first developed four years
 ago.
  It is running on version 1.4 and I've been asked to estimate an upgrade
 to
  a more current version, and I was hoping to get some advice from this
 list
  about gotchas and so on.
 
  I've been working on the site for several months but consider myself a
  newcomer to Wicket. That is, I haven't done a deep dive into learning the
  framework yet. I've been updating things based on what I find in the
  existing code base. So please forgive me my newbieness and let me know
 what
  details would be helpful.
 
  Furthermore, I'm a newcomer to Java web frameworks in general. There is
  Spring and Hibernate involved with this thing, which I've also been able
 to
  update based on the existing state of affairs. The backend is an Oracle
  database.
 
  Your thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated.
 
  Thank you!
 
  Scott
 



Re: Advice for upgrading from an old version of Wicket

2013-11-18 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

I'd advice you to read the migration guides 1.4-1.5 and 1.5-6.0.
Then start migrating the app and ask here if you have specific problems.


On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 11:33 PM, Scott Carpenter scarpen...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi -- I've inherited a wicket site that was first developed four years ago.
 It is running on version 1.4 and I've been asked to estimate an upgrade to
 a more current version, and I was hoping to get some advice from this list
 about gotchas and so on.

 I've been working on the site for several months but consider myself a
 newcomer to Wicket. That is, I haven't done a deep dive into learning the
 framework yet. I've been updating things based on what I find in the
 existing code base. So please forgive me my newbieness and let me know what
 details would be helpful.

 Furthermore, I'm a newcomer to Java web frameworks in general. There is
 Spring and Hibernate involved with this thing, which I've also been able to
 update based on the existing state of affairs. The backend is an Oracle
 database.

 Your thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated.

 Thank you!

 Scott



Re: Advice for upgrading from an old version of Wicket

2013-11-18 Thread MartinoSuperman
When you use a different version of Wicket, check, if the version is the same
in NetBeans.

Otherwise, it will be get stuck...



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Advice for upgrading from an old version of Wicket

2013-11-17 Thread Scott Carpenter
Hi -- I've inherited a wicket site that was first developed four years ago.
It is running on version 1.4 and I've been asked to estimate an upgrade to
a more current version, and I was hoping to get some advice from this list
about gotchas and so on.

I've been working on the site for several months but consider myself a
newcomer to Wicket. That is, I haven't done a deep dive into learning the
framework yet. I've been updating things based on what I find in the
existing code base. So please forgive me my newbieness and let me know what
details would be helpful.

Furthermore, I'm a newcomer to Java web frameworks in general. There is
Spring and Hibernate involved with this thing, which I've also been able to
update based on the existing state of affairs. The backend is an Oracle
database.

Your thoughts and advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

Scott