Redesigned Palette

2017-02-07 Thread soumitri pattnaik
Hi, I know that we can have our own design by extending the component. But it would be really nice if we can have redesigned Palette which look modern. The Palette now look kind of dated. Thanks, A big time Wicket fan

Re: Java Wickets Dynamic DataView

2017-02-07 Thread ASHU_JAVA
Thanks Padro for your response. I'm a newbie to Java Wickets, so can you please share some more insights regarding this. I'm using below code:- I'm able to add user to database, but unable to refresh the list with new list entry. Kindly provide your inputs. Thanks in advance.

Re: Java Wickets Dynamic DataView

2017-02-07 Thread Pedro Santos
You can change your ListDataProvider to load data at each request like: new ListDataProvider(){ List getData() { if (list == null) list = manageUserStoreDomain.findUsers(domain.getDomainname()); return list; } void detach(){ list = null;} } or to use any IDataProvider implementation that is

Re: Java Wickets Delete and Checkbox

2017-02-07 Thread Marcel Barbosa Pinto
Check here: http://examples7x.wicket.apache.org/compref/wicket/bookmarkable/org.apache.wicket.examples.compref.CheckGroupPage ; On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 4:15 PM, ASHU_JAVA wrote: > Hello All, > > I'm a newbie to Java Wickets and want to implement following > functionality:-

[ANNOUNCE] Apache Wicket 8.0.0-M4 Released

2017-02-07 Thread Andrea Del Bene
The Apache Wicket PMC is proud to announce Apache Wicket 8.0.0-M4! Apache Wicket is an open source Java component oriented web application framework that powers thousands of web applications and web sites for governments, stores, universities, cities, banks, email providers, and more. You can

Re: Generated IDs

2017-02-07 Thread Gabriel Landon
For my selenium tests I activate the wicket path (set you application in development mode) and use the following class : /** * Use wicket path dans for selenium tests. * * wicket-selenium * */ public final class WicketBy extends By

Re: Redesigned Palette

2017-02-07 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi, We prefer to not dictate how the components look like. The Pallete component uses CSS classes like palette-choices, palette-header, palette-add,... So each application can provide custom CSS rules and make it look the best for its needs. If something is not easy to style then please file a

Re: Java Wickets Delete and Checkbox

2017-02-07 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
Ashu, the most likely cause of your problem is that the ListView is not implemented correctly. Likely, rather than passing the ListView an IModel you are passing it just a List when it is created. This leads to the ListView having stale data. Then you think you need to "refresh" the

Re: Java Wickets Delete and Checkbox

2017-02-07 Thread ASHU_JAVA
Thanks Marcel for the link. I'm able to add checkbox group as provided in this link. However, I'm unable to refresh the list view once the item is deleted in the database. Can you please guide how to accomplish the task to refresh the listview (dataview)? -- View this message in context:

Java Wickets Delete and Checkbox

2017-02-07 Thread ASHU_JAVA
Hello All, I'm a newbie to Java Wickets and want to implement following functionality:- I want to use checkbox to select one, multiple or all rows and on "Delete" button click, the users entry from Database Table gets