Form form = new Form(form);
RequiredTextFieldString username = new
RequiredTextFieldString(username, new ModelString());
I have created my own reference and added this inside getDependencies method:
ListHeaderItem dependencies = new ArrayList();
BootstrapCssReference.instance() ) );
and it works.
Thanks for advice.
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Perharps this could be a common scenario and I dig the archive a lot but
can't solve it on my own :(.
My basic concept is the following. I have two entities DdcPObjects and
List objects in DdcPDeps then with a search field list all items from
DdcPObjects not listed in DdcPDeps.
Thank you, Martin. I'll do that.
On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 2:00 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.orgwrote:
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,
Thanks Francois, it works.
I am changing locale in BasePage, so I had to add postprocessLocaleChange()
and override it on it's subclasses to get it working.
So it would be great if we could clear messages using something like
FeedbackCollector.clearAll() without any knowledge about what
Have you already considered the WicketStuff integration module for tynimce?
You can find a brief introduction to this module in the guide:
I'm searching for Rich text editor to integrate in my page, but at the
moment nothing seems
where can I find the kendo-ui-6.12.1-SNAPSHOT ?? in the Apache Nexus I
only find 6.2.0??
Have you switched the repository??
Thanks in advanced
Am 18.11.2013 22:30, schrieb Sebastien:
For the Kendo one, this is because Kendo has released a new version
snapshot releases are not in maven central, you have to add this repository:
nameSonatype Snapshots Repository/name
On 2013-11-19 08:44, Martin Grigorov wrote:
I think you can use IModelString for the dropdown. This will be the
The transformation from id to name and back (if needed) can be moved to a
custom IChoiceRenderer. There you have access to the current locale for
I have a client Wicket web site and they are using Akamai for caching. They
wanted to cache more aggressively but it seems there's an issue with
expired sessions. When a user hits a cached version of a page with a form
and tries to submit it, a 500 error is raised. (I'm relaying this from at
Pages that are session-specific should not be cached in a way that allows
the cached response to be given to multiple users. Stateful forms are
On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 6:59 PM, Scott Carpenter scarpen...@gmail.comwrote:
I have a client Wicket web site and they are using
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