RE: Wicket Dynamic Navigation

2011-10-03 Thread leaosou
Hi Kai Mütz,

Why don't you show some code? Don't you think this is better than
advertising a book?
The site your link point to does not show any code but only talk about the
book.



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Re: Wicket Dynamic Navigation

2011-10-03 Thread Nelson Segura
To be fair, there is code in the web site he pointed at. Look under
Beispielcode link. I don't speak a lick of german, but it is not
hard to figure out that is the code, and under the web apps directory
there is some code that can be useful

wicket-praxis-code\de.wicketpraxis--webapp\src\main\java\de\wicketpraxis\web\components\paging\OffsetPagePanel.java

There is a lot more code there too.

-Nelson

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Re: Wicket Dynamic Navigation

2010-05-25 Thread Steve Mactaggart
I guess the other issue is what is the data like?

If you had a class called MenuItem that had a name and a ListMenuItem as
children then you could create a panel

MenuItemPanel extends Panel {

  public MenuItemPanel(String id, IModelMenuItem model) {
  {
super(id, model);

add(new Label(category, model.getModelObject().getName());

ListView menuOptions = new ListViewMenuItem(menus,
model.getModelObject().getChildren()) {
protected void populateItem(ListItemContactDetail item) {

};

add(menuOptions);

  }

}


On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 1:02 AM, vp143 vishal.po...@cipriati.co.uk wrote:


 I forgot to mention that I require the HTML markup to be like the
 following:

 ul
liCategory 1/li
liCategory 2/li
li
ul
li # Category 2 - Sub category 1 /li
li # Category 2 - Sub category 2 /li
/ul
/li
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Wicket Dynamic Navigation

2010-05-24 Thread Vishal Popat
Hi,

 

I am looking to build a 1-2 level left navigation where the first level is a
list of categories and the 2nd is a list of optional sub categories. 

 

I have tried various ways of designing this in wicket such as a DataView for
level 1 and another DataView for level 2 which is inside a wicket enclosure.
The problem I encountered here is that level 2 component already exists when
it come to outputting the 2nd item in level 1.

 

Any thoughts on design or an example (as I have yet been unable to find one)
would be greatly appreciated.

 

Regards

 

Vishal



Re: Wicket Dynamic Navigation

2010-05-24 Thread vp143

I forgot to mention that I require the HTML markup to be like the following:

ul
liCategory 1/li
liCategory 2/li
li
ul
li # Category 2 - Sub category 1 /li
li # Category 2 - Sub category 2 /li
/ul
/li
/ul
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RE: Wicket Dynamic Navigation

2010-05-24 Thread Kai Mutz
I have read a solution for this in a german wicket book called Praxisbuch
Wicket which you can use as a starting point. But I do not know how good
your German is.

http://www.hanser.de/buch.asp?isbn=978-3-446-41909-4

vp143 mailto:vishal.po...@cipriati.co.uk wrote:
 I forgot to mention that I require the HTML markup to be like the
 following:

 ul
 liCategory 1/li
 liCategory 2/li
 li
   ul
   li # Category 2 - Sub category 1 /li
   li # Category 2 - Sub category 2 /li
   /ul
 /li
 /ul



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RE: Wicket Dynamic Navigation

2010-05-24 Thread vp143

Unfortunately my knowledge of German is non-existent. Thanks for your reply
though.
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