Wicket, FOP, Markup Inheritance and Markup Type

2008-12-15 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hello everybody A quick question out of curiosity. Has anybody played around or tried to generate XSL-FO from within your Wicket project? What I mean is this: - Add an XML file to every HTML file. - Tell Wicket to use the XML instead of the HTML file for the markup. - Have Wicket do the markup

Re: Wicket, FOP, Markup Inheritance and Markup Type

2008-12-16 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Thanks for all of your comments. Looks promising. When used in html page it will use the HTML panel and when added in the FOP page will produce the FOP markup. You don't happen to use that in a Swing application as well? :) I guess I will try that Wicket Tester hint in a Swing environment.

Re: Apache FOP and Wicket

2008-09-11 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Why not? I was remembering that Wicket can manage any markup, not just HTML . . Am I missing something ? Not sure. If you do, so do I :) I have written a renderer which takes an XML containing some UI description and either generates Swing, HTML (Wicket), PDF (FOP) or CSV from the same UI

Re: Passing parameters from markup to panels

2009-09-08 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Chris Colman wrote: I've thought of a very ugly way of doing it with the current version of wicket but it relies on quite a lot of smoke and mirrors and hooking into the component creation process. I'll give that a go for now. We went a similar but still different way :) We use our own XML

Re: LDAP Authentication

2009-11-07 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Ryan McKinley wrote: take a look at Apache Shiro http://incubator.apache.org/shiro/ I found it much easier to work with... I agree with this. Apache Shiro is very easy to be used. Although the learning curve is a little bit steep because of the documentation. But once you get the hang for

Re: wicket security future - contribute!

2010-01-13 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hi Alex i think we will not find one person who develops wicket-security allone - so who's interested? its not the part brings the most fun in wicket development area but a very very important part of every enterprise application - so contribute! lets define a security-subteam. I started with

Re: singletons, pools, wicket, web services and architecture

2009-05-29 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hello all Christopher L Merrill ch...@webperformance.com wrote: We obviously need to keep very good separation between the business logic and presentation layers, since there will be 2 presentation layers : We have a similar architectural design for our ORICO (Open RIsk and COmpliance) Tool.

Re: best or common practice for application plug-ins

2009-07-20 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hi Sam I'm probably revealing my inexperience with J2EE environments in asking this, but how do Wicket programmers typically handle application add- ons (or plug-ins or modules). What I (we) did was to imitate what Eclipse does. Defining hooks and having plugins attach to these hooks (and

Re: Dynamically Generated Wicket UI

2010-01-27 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hi there On 1/28/10 6:18 AM, Josh Kamau wrote: How do i layout components dynamically in panel? i.e, there is not markup like a table to determine the position? if i write myPanel.add(field1) and myPanel.add(field2) and i want the fields to be laid out a) side by side b) one below the other,

Re: Apache Click

2010-02-02 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
An advantage could be that cayenne is supported as a default persistent solution. There is not much magic in using Cayenne with Wicket. It depends on your needs, but basically this is all you need: public class DataObjectModel implements IModelCayenneDataObject Cheers, Adrian

Re: convert wicket pages html to excel

2010-05-05 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
On 5/6/10 3:42 AM, Jeremy Thomerson wrote: I've done this before. I'd actually suggest not doing this. Use jexcel [1] - it is much more reliable and you won't have users calling you saying this spreadsheet won't open. I've written CSV before but then changed to Apache POI because of all

Re: Wicket + security, what are the best options? Spring Security reached almost all the way...

2010-05-10 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
3. Doesn't seem stable. [wicket-shiro] No maven repository (you have to check out trunk and build yourself) and has three different SNAPSHOT dependencies. I can't talk for wicket-shiro, but using plain Shiro from your Wicket project is quite straightforward. Use the integration from

Could not find root ajax-response element

2010-09-09 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hello list I have a very strange problem. I have some Ajax buttons on a webpage. They switch between list and detail view and start the edit mode. All of them are replacing a form tag on the page. When clicking on them in the wrong sequence, I get this error in the Wicket Ajax Debug Window:

Re: Could not find root ajax-response element

2010-09-11 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
On 9/9/10 6:43 PM, Igor Vaynberg wrote: very strange indeed. do you have any behaviors that write directly to the response? even that, i dont think, would cause this. create a quickstart and attach it to a jira issue. I guess I found the error. I have a UI engine which takes an XML formatted

Wicket 1.5: The component(s) below failed to render

2011-12-21 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hello list We built a rendering engine in Wicket 1.4 which takes a UI description from an XML file and builds an HTML representation from that. Everything worked fine in Wicket 1.4.x. Now I tried to switch to Wicket 1.5.3. Without changing anything from the rendering part, I now get this

Re: Wicket 1.5: The component(s) below failed to render

2011-12-21 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
On 12/21/11 11:05 AM, Martin Grigorov wrote: org.apache.wicket.WicketRuntimeException: The component(s) below failed to render. A common problem is that you have added a component in code but forgot to reference it in the markup (thus the component will never be rendered). This error means

Re: Wicket 1.5: The component(s) below failed to render

2011-12-21 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
On 12/21/11 11:23 AM, Martin Grigorov wrote: All this looks OK. Can you paste the ids of the components which cannot be rendered ? You mean this? 1. [Component id = caption] 2. [RepeatingView [Component id = toolbars]] 3. [GWListActionToolbar [Component id = 0]] 4.

Re: Wicket 1.5: The component(s) below failed to render

2011-12-21 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
On 12/21/11 11:46 AM, Per Newgro wrote: Do you use a border? Because border component assignment changed No borders. Mostly iterators and plain panels... Cheers, Adrian - To unsubscribe, e-mail:

component.isAuto - was: Wicket 1.5: The component(s) below failed to render (revisited)

2012-02-12 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hello list Some while ago I posted a few messages to this list where I asked for help in finding a problem with Wicket 1.5. I was not able to find the bug back then. Now I downloaded the bleeding edge version 1.5.4 and tried again. And now I am a step further. I have that rendering engine

Re: component.isAuto - was: Wicket 1.5: The component(s) below failed to render (revisited)

2012-04-12 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
on the fly as I was able to do in Wicket 1.5? What was the intention to change the behaviour there? Regards, Adrian On 2/12/12 7:27 PM, Adrian Wiesmann wrote: Hello list Some while ago I posted a few messages to this list where I asked for help in finding a problem with Wicket 1.5. I was not able

Re: component.isAuto - was: Wicket 1.5: The component(s) below failed to render (revisited)

2012-04-13 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
that works on 1.4 and attach it to a ticket in Jira. Regards, Adrian On 2/12/12 7:27 PM, Adrian Wiesmann wrote: Hello list Some while ago I posted a few messages to this list where I asked for help in finding a problem with Wicket 1.5. I was not able to find the bug back then. Now I downloaded

odlabs.wiquery

2017-04-22 Thread Adrian Wiesmann
Hi list This question might be slightly off-topic. My apologies for this. I am trying to freshen up a project I was working on a few years ago. Back then I used org.odlabs.wiquery for several UI elements. In the meantime odlabs seems to not have upgraded that library and some forks appeared.