New Wicket user needs help working with models and displaying results

2009-01-30 Thread CrocodileShoes
Hello, I've just started using Wicket and have managed to convince the management that we should use it for our new project! However, it's proving more difficult for me to wrap my head around some of the concepts...yep the models are one of them! I have an object that is able to query a data

Re: New Wicket user needs help working with models and displaying results

2009-01-30 Thread CrocodileShoes
I've figured it out. I don't think it's very elegant but i'm sure I can develop it as I learn more about Wicket. I simply created a new property model around a results variable and created a ListView with that model. When the form is submitted it calls the service to update the query. --

How can I injecting a Springbean into a custom session.

2009-03-04 Thread CrocodileShoes
Apologies if this is more of a Spring question than a Wicket question, I'm just not sure. Anyway, the problem. I have a custom session class which inherits form WebSession. I've overridden the WebApplication's newSession() method in order to return a new instance of my custom session.

Re: How can I injecting a Springbean into a custom session.

2009-03-05 Thread CrocodileShoes
Thanks, Igor; this worked perfectly. -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/How-can-I-injecting-a-Springbean-into-a-custom-session.-tp22340379p22350445.html Sent from the Wicket - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: How can I injecting a Springbean into a custom session.

2009-03-06 Thread CrocodileShoes
By the way is this safe to use in any Wicket component, for example, a Panel? I can't think of any reason why not, but this is my first foray into web development. -- View this message in context:

Wicket stuff Dojo and Wicket 1.4rc2 compatibilty

2009-03-23 Thread CrocodileShoes
Am I correct in thinking that there isn't a maven release for Dojo that is compatible with Wicket 1.4? From my quick searches and the wicket-stuff wiki it looks like you have to download the Dojo source and build it yourself in order to use it. Unfortunately my work proxy prevents this so I

AttributeModifier in AjaxLink's onClick. Possible?

2009-03-25 Thread CrocodileShoes
Can I do this? MarkupContainer facetNameLink = new AjaxLink(facetNameLink) { @Override public void onClick(AjaxRequestTarget target) { // Get the dataprovider's query response SolrQuery query = responseModel.getQuery(); // Set the query back to the beginning.

Re: AttributeModifier in AjaxLink's onClick. Possible?

2009-03-25 Thread CrocodileShoes
Ah Ok. After a quick search through the wiki I came up with this: @Override protected IAjaxCallDecorator getAjaxCallDecorator() { return new AjaxCallDecorator() { public CharSequence decorateScript(CharSequence script) { // add Javascript to change id here return + script;

Re: best way to add tooltips in wicket

2009-03-25 Thread CrocodileShoes
I've basically followed the same route as you. I think i'll try mootips as well. Looks like there is a Maven repo here: http://wicketstuff.org/maven/repository/org/wicketstuff/wicketstuff-minis/1.3.0-SNAPSHOT/ RoyBatty wrote: Right, thanks. I did find that one, but decided to try Dojo out

Re: best way to add tooltips in wicket

2009-03-25 Thread CrocodileShoes
Wow, it really is that easy! -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/best-way-to-add-tooltips-in-wicket-tp22697930p22699043.html Sent from the Wicket - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. - To unsubscribe,

Re: best way to add tooltips in wicket

2009-03-25 Thread CrocodileShoes
Does anybody have any thoughts or preferences with regards to Mootips and Prototips? I've briefly glanced at both and Prototip seems to offer more settings, e.g. sticky tips, close buttons etc -- View this message in context:

Re: best way to add tooltips in wicket

2009-03-25 Thread CrocodileShoes
I know on mootips you can create a Moosettings object where you can specify the css class. You can then add those settings to the mootip. I did a quick experiment before and it seemed change the style to the new class defined in my apps css file. Surely Prototips has something similar? --

Re: Checkbox tree component

2009-04-17 Thread CrocodileShoes
Hi guys, I've been fighting with trees for a week now and nearly have it doing what I require. However there is one thing I can't figure out. -My tree is build using data from an external source. -When I click a checkbox in the tree my tree model is completely restructured based upon data from

Re: Dynamically update TreeTable model

2009-04-22 Thread CrocodileShoes
I have the same problem but with a different tree use case. I'm implementing a facet search which needs to update the tree after a user selects a tree node (facet). If I recreate the tree model like you were doing it doesn't persistent the selection, obviously. I'm not experienced with Swings

Re: Dynamically update TreeTable model

2009-04-24 Thread CrocodileShoes
,%20javax.swing.tree.MutableTreeNode,%20int) which will notify all the listeners, such as the wicket tree On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 10:56 AM, CrocodileShoes mark.do...@logica.comwrote: I have the same problem but with a different tree use case. I'm implementing a facet search which needs to update the tree

Re: Dynamically update TreeTable model

2009-04-24 Thread CrocodileShoes
I've finally got this working by extending DefaultTreeState and overriding the isNodeSelected to calculate the selection based upon the wicket model containing the data. This makes more sense since the tree's state is representative of the actual data now! -- View this message in context:

Re: Pimp your Wicket app!

2009-05-07 Thread CrocodileShoes
Name of your application: Knowledge management research project for ESA - Name not yet decided! Intranet or internet: [X] intranet [ ] internet Public or private site: [ ] public [X] private [ ] both Average number of concurrent users: Not sure yet - We are deploying for the Rosetta mission

Re: LinkTree : when using a refreshing model, expanding/collapsing nodes not working anymore

2009-06-19 Thread CrocodileShoes
Did you ever get anywhere with this? I have the same problem where I refresh the tree from the source data each time getObject() is called, that is, when a user selects a node. It just feels wrong but I can't get it to work any other way. I am persisting selected nodes by implementing my own

Re: linking to a text ResourceReference

2009-07-10 Thread CrocodileShoes
Hello, I'm trying to get SWFObject and Open Flash Charts running in my web app. I'm receiving the following error where the chart should be: Open Flash Chart JSON Parse Error [Syntax Error] Error at character 0, line 1: -2: undefined-1: undefined0: !DOCTYP I'm sure this is generated by the

Re: linking to a text ResourceReference

2009-07-13 Thread CrocodileShoes
I found the problem. It seems the url must be encoded otherwise the OFC cannot find the data file. I don't have an account on apache yet so I can't update the wiki. private String getUrlForJson() { CharSequence dataPath = RequestCycle.get().urlFor(OpenFlashChart.this,

Re: Is it possible to restart an AjaxSelfUpdatingBehaviour after it has been stopped?

2009-07-23 Thread CrocodileShoes
Well I was adding this behaviour in the constructor of the Panel, i.e. this.add(new AjaxSelfUpdatingBehaviour(...)); which I assumed resulted in the same effect. I have just changed it to the following (see below) and now get a null pointer when the behaviour tries to update the panel after I

Re: Is it possible to restart an AjaxSelfUpdatingBehaviour after it has been stopped?

2009-07-24 Thread CrocodileShoes
Thanks Daniel, I've just tried this and it's not worked. Obviously it's a slightly different use case, that is, changing tabs and popping up a modal window but I'd hoped it would work. It turns out that the stopped flag is not actually set to true. That's why your method doesn't work. When I

Re: Is it possible to restart an AjaxSelfUpdatingBehaviour after it has been stopped?

2009-07-24 Thread CrocodileShoes
Hi, No it's definitely not that. I tried your class to be sure and it still doesn't work. I've done some more debugging with Firefox's Firebug and discovered that when I switch back to the tab with the updating behaviour it does not contain the evaluate part. I'll print this, it's easier:

Re: Is it possible to restart an AjaxSelfUpdatingBehaviour after it has been stopped?

2009-07-24 Thread CrocodileShoes
Yeah, the headRendered flag is still set to true so the JsTimeout call is never rendered. I'm not sure why it's was removed in the first place, perhaps it's something to do with the precondition? CrocodileShoes wrote: Hi, No it's definitely not that. I tried your class to be sure

Re: Wicket for non Web/AJAX developers?

2009-08-03 Thread CrocodileShoes
I'm sure he was just using WTF as a reference to his own reaction when digging down into the deeper classes and not as a criticism. In fact I think he has said this. Using Google is fine but Google sometimes refers you forums and mailing lists where experts can help. Anyway, the wicket in