Re: How do I force evaluate in a Wizard steps condition to run?

2007-10-01 Thread Matt Jensen
You would probably have to subclass WizardModel, or come up with a new IWizardModel implementation completely. The former will probably suffice, unless some strategic methods are declared final. lizz wrote: I really dont want to add more steps that the ones I already have. for the case

Re: Ext-JS 1.1.1 and Wicket 1.3

2007-10-02 Thread Matt Jensen
I mulled it over, but at this point I do not know enough about Wicket or Ext-JS to pull it off acceptably. If such a project were to get started, I would probably be willing to contribute down the road. Sean Sullivan wrote: Is anybody using Ext-JS 1.1.1 with Wicket 1.3? Is anybody

Empty ListChoice

2007-10-10 Thread Matt Jensen
Is there any way to get a ListChoice to render as empty (no options) when its choice model is empty? By default, Choose One appears. If I set nullValid to true, an empty item appears which is still selectable. I would like to have the list come up completely empty if the choice model is

Re: Empty ListChoice

2007-10-12 Thread Matt Jensen
an empty list would submit no parameter at all...possibly making it difficult/impossible to determine when a null must be applied to the model during form processing. Does that have anything to do with it? That aside...thanks very much for your response, Kent. --Matt Kent Tong wrote: Matt Jensen

Re: Session Objects Approach

2007-10-16 Thread Matt Jensen
Just trying to be helpful. :-) Igor Vaynberg wrote: I think what you all are missing in this discussion is that ldms are mostly uss for read only data, not for forms. -igor - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: OT: API to calculate distances from zip code

2007-10-27 Thread Matt Jensen
If you want to implement this for yourself, you need to start with two pieces: a database of zip code data including latitude/longitude, and (to make things as simple as possible) an OpenGIS extension package for your database. This gives you the ability to index on latitude/longitude and

Re: facebook support

2007-11-08 Thread Matt Jensen
I am working on this, though I'm trying to leave the door open to also supporting MySpace in the future. I have not done much yet--and nothing Wicket-specific--but I do plan to include a Wicket module. Jonathan Locke wrote: I'd like to get facebook support into Wicket. If anyone out there

Re: facebook support

2007-11-08 Thread Matt Jensen
Wasn't aware of its existence. If it is relatively feature rich and integrates well with Java...it's possible that it could save me a lot of work. Always a good thing! I'll check it out. --Matt Kent Tong wrote: Matt Jensen-2 wrote: I am working on this, though I'm trying to leave

Re: facebook support

2007-11-09 Thread Matt Jensen
Can't speak for anyone but myself, but I couldn't use any solution that does not give me access to at least the lowest common denominator of data for these sites: users, groups, contacts, etc. Just about every useful application that I can think of involves mixing in with these constructs

Re: CAPTCHA clarity in post 1.2.6 releaes

2007-11-10 Thread Matt Jensen
It is still pretty nasty in the 1.3 series. I got around the issue somewhat by throwing out several letters that could be indistinguishable after deformation. Things like h and n, I and 1, and t and f. But yeah, about 10% of the time, they get pretty bad. Chris Colman wrote: I'm using

Re: CAPTCHA clarity in post 1.2.6 releaes

2007-11-11 Thread Matt Jensen
Here is the complete list of characters that I am currently using. I basically removed more and more over time as I experienced entry failures. They seem to be pretty workable using these characters: private static final char[] CAPTCHA_CHARS = abcdefghkmnoprstuvwxz.toCharArray(); Chris

Re: [OT] where is JPA 2.0 API spec in maven?

2010-09-08 Thread Matt Jensen
Group: org.hibernate.javax.persistence Artifact: hibernate-jpa-2.0-api Version: 1.0.0.Final On 9/8/2010 8:35 AM, nino martinez wael wrote: Sorry to spam but I am wondering where the JPA 2.0 Spec are cant find it in maven... regards Nino

Re: integrating extjs with wicket

2008-01-10 Thread Matt Jensen
I would be willing to contribute to this project, but I don't have the knowledge of Wicket internals (nor ExtJS internals, really) to pull off the core design. If somebody starts this, he/she can count on a couple hours per week from me. Martijn Dashorst wrote: Sounds like a good

Converting tag names in a Panel

2008-03-11 Thread Matt Jensen
Hopefully this is an easy one. Why does Wicket convert this: fb:tab-item wicket:id=tabsList/ ...into this: fb:tab_item .../ ...and how do I make it stop doing that? The key part here is the conversion of fb:tab-item into fb:tab_item.

Re: Converting tag names in a Panel

2008-03-11 Thread Matt Jensen
Oops, looks like Wicket might not be the culprit... Matt Jensen wrote: Hopefully this is an easy one. Why does Wicket convert this: fb:tab-item wicket:id=tabsList/ ...into this: fb:tab_item .../ ...and how do I make it stop doing that? The key part here is the conversion of fb:tab-item