Re: Retrieve a value of textField and set the property of the Model

2013-05-17 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi Bruno,

Use any pastebin service to paste your code with Scala/Java highlighting so
we can see what is wrong.


On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 6:04 AM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com wrote:

 Thanks Martin again

 I coded as you told me but unfortunately the code doesn't work
 because the description property of the model/object descriptionModel
 didn't receive the value inserted in the text field.

 after inspected the descriptionModel in debug time I saw that description
 hasn't any value assigned.



 Bruno Moura


 2013/5/15 Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org

  Hi,
 
 
  On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 6:18 AM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
   Hi Paul, thanks very much for your help!
  
   I followed your suggestion but this peace of code doesn't compile
   unfortunately:
  
   IModel descriptionModel = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
   description));
  
   I have tried
  
   val descriptionModel[IModel] = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
   description)); //wrong systax for scala
  
  
  the easiest is: val descriptionModel = new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
  description)
 
  the more explicit ones are:
 
  val descriptionModel : IModel[Meeting] = new
  PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description)
  val descriptionModel : PropertyModel[Meeting] = new
  PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description)
 
 
   and
  
   val descriptionModel = new IModel[Meeting](meeting, description)); //
   IModel can't be instanced
  
   But I'm doing this thing wrong.
  
   I made a great progress with my app but now I'm struggling with this
  issue
   and I spent a lot
   of time to archive this simple task. If I'm  doing this stuff with java
  my
   life could
   be much easier :-D.
  
   I'll appreciate your hep again
  
  
   Thanks very much
  
  
  
  
   Bera
  
  
   2013/5/10 Paul Bors p...@bors.ws
  
Why the Ajax round-trips for each keyup to extract the model's
  object?
Have you tried to implement just the Save link/button and then
 look-up
   the
model object from inside the onClick() method?
   
In your case it would come from the PropertyModel you use already:
   
TextField description = new TextField(description,new
PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
   
change to:
   
IModel descriptionModel = new
PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description));
TextField descriptionTextField = new TextField(description,
descriptionModel );
   
and your link becomes:
   
private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
AjaxLink[String](id) {
   
@SpringBean
var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
  def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
meetingDAO.saveMeeting(descriptionModel.getObject())
  }
}
   
Unless you want to also update some other element on the screen with
  each
user key press I really don't think you need the keyup listener.
   
~ Thank you,
   Paul Bors
   
   
On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 11:03 PM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com
wrote:
   
 I'm trying to implement a ListView and in on column of it I added a
 listView, for each line,
 I want to save the data inserted on it and update the model:

 I'm implemented the code bellow:

 val description = new TextField(description,new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
 description.add(new AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(keyup) {
   protected def onUpdate(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
 description.getDefaultModelObjectAsString
   }
 })

 item.add(description)

 And I added a link for each line of my ListView for save the
   information
in
 database,
 each line is a instance of a model meeting as is showed bellow:

 item.add(new LinkSave(save, meeting))

 private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
 AjaxLink[String](id) {

 @SpringBean
 var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _

 setVisible(clickavel.asInstanceOf[Boolean])
 add(new Label(label, new Model[String]() {
   override def getObject: String = Save
 }))

 def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
   meetingDAO.saveMeeting(meeting)

 }
   }


 But unfortunately the code above doesn't work. It's fail to
 retrieve
   the
 value of the text
 field and also to set the attribute description of the Object
 meeting
with
 the value of the text field, so in the database the column
  description
   is
 never filled

 Someone know where I am doing wrong stuff?

 Thanks a lot!


 Bera

   
  
 
 
 
  --
  Martin Grigorov
  Wicket Training  Consulting
  http://jWeekend.com http://jweekend.com/
 




-- 
Martin Grigorov
Wicket Training  Consulting
http://jWeekend.com http://jweekend.com/


Re: Retrieve a value of textField and set the property of the Model

2013-05-17 Thread Bruno Moura
Hi Martin

I have used this pastie http://pastie.org/7922079 as you requested.

The problem that I really stuck in retrieve the value of the textField
description, inside a listView
and the selected value of DDC neither. And without these values I can't set
the properties name
and description for the model Meeting to save it in the database.

An off topic question.

The most of the time you are working an put effort to help people and
answer questions from noobies
like me? :-D

If I know some prize for people that help other specifically for IT
subjects I'll nominate you to win :-P

Thanks very much!




Bruno Moura


2013/5/17 Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org

 Hi Bruno,

 Use any pastebin service to paste your code with Scala/Java highlighting so
 we can see what is wrong.


 On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 6:04 AM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Thanks Martin again
 
  I coded as you told me but unfortunately the code doesn't work
  because the description property of the model/object descriptionModel
  didn't receive the value inserted in the text field.
 
  after inspected the descriptionModel in debug time I saw that description
  hasn't any value assigned.
 
 
 
  Bruno Moura
 
 
  2013/5/15 Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org
 
   Hi,
  
  
   On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 6:18 AM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com
   wrote:
  
Hi Paul, thanks very much for your help!
   
I followed your suggestion but this peace of code doesn't compile
unfortunately:
   
IModel descriptionModel = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
description));
   
I have tried
   
val descriptionModel[IModel] = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
description)); //wrong systax for scala
   
   
   the easiest is: val descriptionModel = new
  PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
   description)
  
   the more explicit ones are:
  
   val descriptionModel : IModel[Meeting] = new
   PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description)
   val descriptionModel : PropertyModel[Meeting] = new
   PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description)
  
  
and
   
val descriptionModel = new IModel[Meeting](meeting, description));
 //
IModel can't be instanced
   
But I'm doing this thing wrong.
   
I made a great progress with my app but now I'm struggling with this
   issue
and I spent a lot
of time to archive this simple task. If I'm  doing this stuff with
 java
   my
life could
be much easier :-D.
   
I'll appreciate your hep again
   
   
Thanks very much
   
   
   
   
Bera
   
   
2013/5/10 Paul Bors p...@bors.ws
   
 Why the Ajax round-trips for each keyup to extract the model's
   object?
 Have you tried to implement just the Save link/button and then
  look-up
the
 model object from inside the onClick() method?

 In your case it would come from the PropertyModel you use already:

 TextField description = new TextField(description,new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))

 change to:

 IModel descriptionModel = new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description));
 TextField descriptionTextField = new TextField(description,
 descriptionModel );

 and your link becomes:

 private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
 AjaxLink[String](id) {

 @SpringBean
 var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
   def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
 meetingDAO.saveMeeting(descriptionModel.getObject())
   }
 }

 Unless you want to also update some other element on the screen
 with
   each
 user key press I really don't think you need the keyup listener.

 ~ Thank you,
Paul Bors


 On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 11:03 PM, Bruno Moura 
 brunormo...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  I'm trying to implement a ListView and in on column of it I
 added a
  listView, for each line,
  I want to save the data inserted on it and update the model:
 
  I'm implemented the code bellow:
 
  val description = new TextField(description,new
  PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
  description.add(new AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(keyup) {
protected def onUpdate(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
  description.getDefaultModelObjectAsString
}
  })
 
  item.add(description)
 
  And I added a link for each line of my ListView for save the
information
 in
  database,
  each line is a instance of a model meeting as is showed bellow:
 
  item.add(new LinkSave(save, meeting))
 
  private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
  AjaxLink[String](id) {
 
  @SpringBean
  var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
 
  setVisible(clickavel.asInstanceOf[Boolean])
  add(new Label(label, new Model[String]() {
override def getObject: String = Save
  

Re: Retrieve a value of textField and set the property of the Model

2013-05-16 Thread Bruno Moura
Thanks Martin again

I coded as you told me but unfortunately the code doesn't work
because the description property of the model/object descriptionModel
didn't receive the value inserted in the text field.

after inspected the descriptionModel in debug time I saw that description
hasn't any value assigned.



Bruno Moura


2013/5/15 Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org

 Hi,


 On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 6:18 AM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  Hi Paul, thanks very much for your help!
 
  I followed your suggestion but this peace of code doesn't compile
  unfortunately:
 
  IModel descriptionModel = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
  description));
 
  I have tried
 
  val descriptionModel[IModel] = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
  description)); //wrong systax for scala
 
 
 the easiest is: val descriptionModel = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
 description)

 the more explicit ones are:

 val descriptionModel : IModel[Meeting] = new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description)
 val descriptionModel : PropertyModel[Meeting] = new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description)


  and
 
  val descriptionModel = new IModel[Meeting](meeting, description)); //
  IModel can't be instanced
 
  But I'm doing this thing wrong.
 
  I made a great progress with my app but now I'm struggling with this
 issue
  and I spent a lot
  of time to archive this simple task. If I'm  doing this stuff with java
 my
  life could
  be much easier :-D.
 
  I'll appreciate your hep again
 
 
  Thanks very much
 
 
 
 
  Bera
 
 
  2013/5/10 Paul Bors p...@bors.ws
 
   Why the Ajax round-trips for each keyup to extract the model's
 object?
   Have you tried to implement just the Save link/button and then look-up
  the
   model object from inside the onClick() method?
  
   In your case it would come from the PropertyModel you use already:
  
   TextField description = new TextField(description,new
   PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
  
   change to:
  
   IModel descriptionModel = new
   PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description));
   TextField descriptionTextField = new TextField(description,
   descriptionModel );
  
   and your link becomes:
  
   private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
   AjaxLink[String](id) {
  
   @SpringBean
   var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
 def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
   meetingDAO.saveMeeting(descriptionModel.getObject())
 }
   }
  
   Unless you want to also update some other element on the screen with
 each
   user key press I really don't think you need the keyup listener.
  
   ~ Thank you,
  Paul Bors
  
  
   On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 11:03 PM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com
   wrote:
  
I'm trying to implement a ListView and in on column of it I added a
listView, for each line,
I want to save the data inserted on it and update the model:
   
I'm implemented the code bellow:
   
val description = new TextField(description,new
PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
description.add(new AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(keyup) {
  protected def onUpdate(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
description.getDefaultModelObjectAsString
  }
})
   
item.add(description)
   
And I added a link for each line of my ListView for save the
  information
   in
database,
each line is a instance of a model meeting as is showed bellow:
   
item.add(new LinkSave(save, meeting))
   
private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
AjaxLink[String](id) {
   
@SpringBean
var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
   
setVisible(clickavel.asInstanceOf[Boolean])
add(new Label(label, new Model[String]() {
  override def getObject: String = Save
}))
   
def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
  meetingDAO.saveMeeting(meeting)
   
}
  }
   
   
But unfortunately the code above doesn't work. It's fail to retrieve
  the
value of the text
field and also to set the attribute description of the Object meeting
   with
the value of the text field, so in the database the column
 description
  is
never filled
   
Someone know where I am doing wrong stuff?
   
Thanks a lot!
   
   
Bera
   
  
 



 --
 Martin Grigorov
 Wicket Training  Consulting
 http://jWeekend.com http://jweekend.com/



Re: Retrieve a value of textField and set the property of the Model

2013-05-15 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,


On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 6:18 AM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Paul, thanks very much for your help!

 I followed your suggestion but this peace of code doesn't compile
 unfortunately:

 IModel descriptionModel = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
 description));

 I have tried

 val descriptionModel[IModel] = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
 description)); //wrong systax for scala


the easiest is: val descriptionModel = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
description)

the more explicit ones are:

val descriptionModel : IModel[Meeting] = new
PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description)
val descriptionModel : PropertyModel[Meeting] = new
PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description)


 and

 val descriptionModel = new IModel[Meeting](meeting, description)); //
 IModel can't be instanced

 But I'm doing this thing wrong.

 I made a great progress with my app but now I'm struggling with this issue
 and I spent a lot
 of time to archive this simple task. If I'm  doing this stuff with java my
 life could
 be much easier :-D.

 I'll appreciate your hep again


 Thanks very much




 Bera


 2013/5/10 Paul Bors p...@bors.ws

  Why the Ajax round-trips for each keyup to extract the model's object?
  Have you tried to implement just the Save link/button and then look-up
 the
  model object from inside the onClick() method?
 
  In your case it would come from the PropertyModel you use already:
 
  TextField description = new TextField(description,new
  PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
 
  change to:
 
  IModel descriptionModel = new
  PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description));
  TextField descriptionTextField = new TextField(description,
  descriptionModel );
 
  and your link becomes:
 
  private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
  AjaxLink[String](id) {
 
  @SpringBean
  var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
  meetingDAO.saveMeeting(descriptionModel.getObject())
}
  }
 
  Unless you want to also update some other element on the screen with each
  user key press I really don't think you need the keyup listener.
 
  ~ Thank you,
 Paul Bors
 
 
  On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 11:03 PM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com
  wrote:
 
   I'm trying to implement a ListView and in on column of it I added a
   listView, for each line,
   I want to save the data inserted on it and update the model:
  
   I'm implemented the code bellow:
  
   val description = new TextField(description,new
   PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
   description.add(new AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(keyup) {
 protected def onUpdate(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
   description.getDefaultModelObjectAsString
 }
   })
  
   item.add(description)
  
   And I added a link for each line of my ListView for save the
 information
  in
   database,
   each line is a instance of a model meeting as is showed bellow:
  
   item.add(new LinkSave(save, meeting))
  
   private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
   AjaxLink[String](id) {
  
   @SpringBean
   var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
  
   setVisible(clickavel.asInstanceOf[Boolean])
   add(new Label(label, new Model[String]() {
 override def getObject: String = Save
   }))
  
   def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
 meetingDAO.saveMeeting(meeting)
  
   }
 }
  
  
   But unfortunately the code above doesn't work. It's fail to retrieve
 the
   value of the text
   field and also to set the attribute description of the Object meeting
  with
   the value of the text field, so in the database the column description
 is
   never filled
  
   Someone know where I am doing wrong stuff?
  
   Thanks a lot!
  
  
   Bera
  
 




-- 
Martin Grigorov
Wicket Training  Consulting
http://jWeekend.com http://jweekend.com/


Re: Retrieve a value of textField and set the property of the Model

2013-05-14 Thread Bruno Moura
Hi Paul, thanks very much for your help!

I followed your suggestion but this peace of code doesn't compile
unfortunately:

IModel descriptionModel = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
description));

I have tried

val descriptionModel[IModel] = new PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting,
description)); //wrong systax for scala

and

val descriptionModel = new IModel[Meeting](meeting, description)); //
IModel can't be instanced

But I'm doing this thing wrong.

I made a great progress with my app but now I'm struggling with this issue
and I spent a lot
of time to archive this simple task. If I'm  doing this stuff with java my
life could
be much easier :-D.

I'll appreciate your hep again


Thanks very much




Bera


2013/5/10 Paul Bors p...@bors.ws

 Why the Ajax round-trips for each keyup to extract the model's object?
 Have you tried to implement just the Save link/button and then look-up the
 model object from inside the onClick() method?

 In your case it would come from the PropertyModel you use already:

 TextField description = new TextField(description,new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))

 change to:

 IModel descriptionModel = new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description));
 TextField descriptionTextField = new TextField(description,
 descriptionModel );

 and your link becomes:

 private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
 AjaxLink[String](id) {

 @SpringBean
 var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
   def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
 meetingDAO.saveMeeting(descriptionModel.getObject())
   }
 }

 Unless you want to also update some other element on the screen with each
 user key press I really don't think you need the keyup listener.

 ~ Thank you,
Paul Bors


 On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 11:03 PM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com
 wrote:

  I'm trying to implement a ListView and in on column of it I added a
  listView, for each line,
  I want to save the data inserted on it and update the model:
 
  I'm implemented the code bellow:
 
  val description = new TextField(description,new
  PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
  description.add(new AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(keyup) {
protected def onUpdate(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
  description.getDefaultModelObjectAsString
}
  })
 
  item.add(description)
 
  And I added a link for each line of my ListView for save the information
 in
  database,
  each line is a instance of a model meeting as is showed bellow:
 
  item.add(new LinkSave(save, meeting))
 
  private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
  AjaxLink[String](id) {
 
  @SpringBean
  var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
 
  setVisible(clickavel.asInstanceOf[Boolean])
  add(new Label(label, new Model[String]() {
override def getObject: String = Save
  }))
 
  def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
meetingDAO.saveMeeting(meeting)
 
  }
}
 
 
  But unfortunately the code above doesn't work. It's fail to retrieve the
  value of the text
  field and also to set the attribute description of the Object meeting
 with
  the value of the text field, so in the database the column description is
  never filled
 
  Someone know where I am doing wrong stuff?
 
  Thanks a lot!
 
 
  Bera
 



Re: Retrieve a value of textField and set the property of the Model

2013-05-10 Thread Paul Bors
Why the Ajax round-trips for each keyup to extract the model's object?
Have you tried to implement just the Save link/button and then look-up the
model object from inside the onClick() method?

In your case it would come from the PropertyModel you use already:

TextField description = new TextField(description,new
PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))

change to:

IModel descriptionModel = new
PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description));
TextField descriptionTextField = new TextField(description,
descriptionModel );

and your link becomes:

private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
AjaxLink[String](id) {

@SpringBean
var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _
  def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
meetingDAO.saveMeeting(descriptionModel.getObject())
  }
}

Unless you want to also update some other element on the screen with each
user key press I really don't think you need the keyup listener.

~ Thank you,
   Paul Bors


On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 11:03 PM, Bruno Moura brunormo...@gmail.com wrote:

 I'm trying to implement a ListView and in on column of it I added a
 listView, for each line,
 I want to save the data inserted on it and update the model:

 I'm implemented the code bellow:

 val description = new TextField(description,new
 PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
 description.add(new AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(keyup) {
   protected def onUpdate(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
 description.getDefaultModelObjectAsString
   }
 })

 item.add(description)

 And I added a link for each line of my ListView for save the information in
 database,
 each line is a instance of a model meeting as is showed bellow:

 item.add(new LinkSave(save, meeting))

 private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
 AjaxLink[String](id) {

 @SpringBean
 var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _

 setVisible(clickavel.asInstanceOf[Boolean])
 add(new Label(label, new Model[String]() {
   override def getObject: String = Save
 }))

 def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
   meetingDAO.saveMeeting(meeting)

 }
   }


 But unfortunately the code above doesn't work. It's fail to retrieve the
 value of the text
 field and also to set the attribute description of the Object meeting with
 the value of the text field, so in the database the column description is
 never filled

 Someone know where I am doing wrong stuff?

 Thanks a lot!


 Bera



Retrieve a value of textField and set the property of the Model

2013-05-09 Thread Bruno Moura
I'm trying to implement a ListView and in on column of it I added a
listView, for each line,
I want to save the data inserted on it and update the model:

I'm implemented the code bellow:

val description = new TextField(description,new
PropertyModel[Meeting](meeting, description))
description.add(new AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior(keyup) {
  protected def onUpdate(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
description.getDefaultModelObjectAsString
  }
})

item.add(description)

And I added a link for each line of my ListView for save the information in
database,
each line is a instance of a model meeting as is showed bellow:

item.add(new LinkSave(save, meeting))

private class LinkSave(id: String, meeting: Meeting) extends
AjaxLink[String](id) {

@SpringBean
var meetingMediator: TMeetingMediator = _

setVisible(clickavel.asInstanceOf[Boolean])
add(new Label(label, new Model[String]() {
  override def getObject: String = Save
}))

def onClick(target: AjaxRequestTarget) {
  meetingDAO.saveMeeting(meeting)

}
  }


But unfortunately the code above doesn't work. It's fail to retrieve the
value of the text
field and also to set the attribute description of the Object meeting with
the value of the text field, so in the database the column description is
never filled

Someone know where I am doing wrong stuff?

Thanks a lot!


Bera