Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2010-10-20 Thread ali
Hi Martin, Can you please come up with any example? Thanks -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Sending-data-to-a-wicket-form-through-a-POST-from-an-external-site-tp110p3003371.html Sent from the Users forum mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2010-10-20 Thread Martin Makundi
Make normal stateless form and look what are the ids in the html and then you can send same parameters via post from external site. There is really nothing special about it. ** Martin 2010/10/20 ali sajjad_program...@hotmail.com: Hi Martin, Can you please come up with any example? Thanks

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2010-10-19 Thread ali
Hi, I am a new user of Wicket. Is it possible that wicket Form (that intends to receive the data posted from an external link) use the Model object(POJO) that matches the expecting data fields/parameters? Actually I am thinking to avoid PageParameters to fetch each parameter. Quick response

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2010-10-19 Thread Martin Makundi
Why not? ** Martin 2010/10/19 ali sajjad_program...@hotmail.com: Hi, I am a new user of Wicket. Is it possible that wicket Form (that intends to receive the data posted from an external link) use the Model object(POJO) that matches the expecting data fields/parameters? Actually I am

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2009-08-25 Thread Igor Vaynberg
and why would they need that? what is the advantage of that vs simply using pageparameters? -igor On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 9:24 PM, Anton Veretennikovanton.veretenni...@gmail.com wrote: They mean trigger a form submit somehow as if it was a wicket form as I understood. -- Tony On Tue, Aug

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2009-08-25 Thread Martin Makundi
I guess it would be possible with a stateless form? ** Martin 2009/8/25 Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.com: and why would they need that? what is the advantage of that vs simply using pageparameters? -igor On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 9:24 PM, Anton Veretennikovanton.veretenni...@gmail.com

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2009-08-24 Thread Jason Shim
We're trying to figure out this problem (because paypal integration). Anybody knows the key? Please let me know the key. On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 1:13 PM, NYSophia nab...@novelution.com wrote: We came across the same question. Did you end-up finding a solution? Thanks Rahul Pilani-3

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2009-08-24 Thread Igor Vaynberg
give paypal a url to a bookmarkable page, you can retrieve the post params from PageParameters. -igor On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 11:19 AM, Rahul Pilanirpil...@navigenics.com wrote: I need to get data from an external site via a POST. Is there a way that wicket will trigger a form submit on the

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2009-08-24 Thread Anton Veretennikov
They mean trigger a form submit somehow as if it was a wicket form as I understood. -- Tony On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 12:07 PM, Igor Vaynbergigor.vaynb...@gmail.com wrote: give paypal a url to a bookmarkable page, you can retrieve the post params from PageParameters. -igor On Wed, Jan 7,

Re: Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2009-08-16 Thread NYSophia
We came across the same question. Did you end-up finding a solution? Thanks Rahul Pilani-3 wrote: I need to get data from an external site via a POST. Is there a way that wicket will trigger a form submit on the posted data? Otherwise I have to handle the params myself. I looked through

Sending data to a wicket form through a POST from an external site

2009-01-07 Thread Rahul Pilani
I need to get data from an external site via a POST. Is there a way that wicket will trigger a form submit on the posted data? Otherwise I have to handle the params myself. I looked through the forum archives, and previous posts on a similar topic went unreplied. Any answer is appreciated. -