Phonebook example

2008-12-23 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, I freshly checked out the phonebook example from svn. But I have 2 problems. 1. I have to add the following dep: dependency groupIdorg.springframework/groupId artifactIdspring/artifactId version2.0.8/version /dependency Otherwise it wouldn't find some

Newbie Questions

2010-01-15 Thread Peter Karich
Dear fellow wicketers! I am now new to wicket and would like to say: wow + thanks for this great framework! I never see such a good separation of view and code. and making a small solr+wicket example working was really fun (like in good old desktop eras). Now I have the following questions:

Re: Newbie Questions

2010-01-16 Thread Peter Karich
Dear Jeremy, thanks for your prompt response! WicketStuff - see http://www.texashuntfish.com/app/calendar to see an example. The WS code also has an example app. I found this one: http://wicketstuff.org/maven/repository/org/wicketstuff/wicketstuff-calendar/ Is this what you mean? I

Wicket+Guice

2010-01-19 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, Thanks to Jeremy Thomerson who pointed me to jweekend [1] which helped me a lot to get started with a simple CRUD webapp based on wicket and guice (+db4o) see [2] for a screenshot. I have now the following problems: 1. If I select an Event (row of DataView) and want to remove it directly

Re: Newbie Questions

2010-01-19 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Nino, hmmh I studied the link a lot but I couldn't find a link or a source snippet to see how this calendar view might be created. I only see monthly views of the yui calendar. Do you mean this can be changed to a week-view? Would you mind helping me again here? Regards, Peter. Hi Peter

Re: Calendar Component [was Newbie Questions]

2010-01-19 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Nino, hi Reinout! hmm I have something here aswell: http://wheresmyevent.com/search if you click one of the little date icons it's month displayed in days, is this not what you are looking for ? Not really :-) I do not look for a datepicker ... I thought more of a panel where the

Re: Calendar Component

2010-01-19 Thread Peter Karich
Thanks a lot Nino! Sth. like that! And MIT license. Great! Regards, Peter. If you need something like that, I'd consider rolling an integration towards this http://www.bloggingdeveloper.com/post/jQuery-Week-Calendar-An-Easy-to-Implement-Google-Calendar-like-jQuery-Calendar-Plugin.aspx and if

Re: Wicket+Guice

2010-01-20 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, now I blogged about this stuff recently: http://karussell.wordpress.com/2010/01/18/crud-with-wicket-guice-db4o-neodatis/ Comments and requests of reformulations are welcome ;-) ! Question 1. is fixed ... maybe someone could point me to a solution of 2.? Regards, Peter. Hi, Thanks to

Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-25 Thread Peter Karich
Hi! But it looks like this Eclipse plugin is not actively developed? Is it time to buy an IDEA license where there seems to be a quite nice toolset for Wicket? I downloaded the open source version of IntelliJ and the wicket plugin seems to work. There is also a wicket plugin for NetBeans,

Re: wicket bench in eclipse

2010-01-27 Thread Peter Karich
Why not using the default configuration of the wicket archetype and let the htmls under main/java ? (configuration over convention ;-)) Then at least in IntelliJ and NetBeans the switch html--java works fine. Regards, Peter. Agree with Huake Ingmar. The functionality doesn't overlap at all.

Re: Apache Click

2010-01-29 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, for me the main disadvantage of click is that it uses velocity instead pure html. Then click has probably less publicity/mailing support and less components. An advantage could be that cayenne is supported as a default persistent solution. Search for wicket vs click or sth. like (was

Re: How to add Images in wicket Navigator instead of ?

2010-02-15 Thread Peter Karich
For code see the resources here (the example with db4o): http://karussell.wordpress.com/2010/01/18/crud-with-wicket-guice-db4o-neodatis/ Peter. -- Free your timetabling! http://timefinder.sourceforge.net/ - To unsubscribe,

Custom autocompletion event 'on selection change'

2010-09-09 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, I would like to fire an ajax event every time the user changes the selection of the choices e.g. he switches from 'wiki' to 'wicket' with keys or mouse Which function is necessary to fire such an event on the client side? I never did sth. similar to this and tried (without success + a long

Re: Custom autocompletion event 'on selection change'

2010-09-09 Thread Peter Karich
9, 2010 at 12:00 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi, I would like to fire an ajax event every time the user changes the selection of the choices e.g. he switches from 'wiki' to 'wicket' with keys or mouse Which function is necessary to fire such an event on the client side? I

Re: Custom autocompletion event 'on selection change'

2010-09-09 Thread Peter Karich
). Each time this function is called you'll have to make your Ajax call. Good luck! On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 1:07 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi Pieter, thanks for your quick response! And sorry, I didn't mention that I am using

Re: Custom autocompletion event 'on selection change'

2010-09-09 Thread Peter Karich
how to process the xml response returned by AjaxRequestTarget. On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 5:54 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi Martin, your instructions helped a lot! Now I can send an ajax request via * and recieve the request via ** But the problem is that the javascript

Url parameters: removed onClick + wrong url encoding

2010-09-16 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, two questions: 1. If I do the following all url parameters will be replaced with ?wicket:interface=:6:1::: e.g. in the main wicket application class I do: mount(new MixedParamUrlCodingStrategy(search, HomePage.class, new String[]{q})); in HomePage.java i do without ajax: add(new

Re: Url parameters: removed onClick + wrong url encoding

2010-09-16 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Martin! The answer here is to use HybridUCS. It preserves the 'nice' url. Or use Wicket 1.5 (M2.1). There the URL handling is much easier. did you mean this one: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/wicket/branches/wicket-1.5-M2/ are there any major problems with that version?

Re: Url parameters: removed onClick + wrong url encoding

2010-09-16 Thread Peter Karich
(this, Guice.createInjector(new DefaultModule(; I found the migration guide but could not solve the problems above https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Migration+to+Wicket+1.5 Regards, Peter. On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 4:05 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi Martin! The answer

Re: Url parameters: removed onClick + wrong url encoding

2010-09-16 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Martin! Thanks Martin for your time and help! The problem with M2.1 is that some functionality is missing/hidden: E.g. I need getWebRequestCycle().getWebRequest() to guess the user language and set some caching stuff to workaround an ajax+backbutton problem in 1.4.9. In

Re: Url parameters: removed onClick + wrong url encoding

2010-09-20 Thread Peter Karich
); if(sv != null) { String str = sv.toString() if(!str.isEmpty()) { // using str... } } Can I avoid that? Regards, Peter. On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 9:11 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Thanks Martin for your time and help! The problem with M2.1 is that some

Re: Url parameters: removed onClick + wrong url encoding

2010-09-20 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Martin! Martin, thanks for the support in the tickets btw :-) We thank you for testing the framework and blogging about it! ;-) ;-) Interesting. How exactly looks the URL for such request? E.g. try it with the quickstart at: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-3053

Re: announcing Granite - a Wicket-Scala-DB4O web application stack

2010-09-23 Thread Peter Karich
You could abstract the datastore in the stack using JDO/DataNucleus. It supports DB40. In fact as it also supports RDBMS you could easily create a datastore agnostic Wicket/Scala stack - that would be most awesome! Just as a side note: there is/was an mini example with warp persist which

Re: chrome + wicket ajax + back button = problem?

2010-09-24 Thread Peter Karich
I had the same problem ... Take a look at http://www.richardnichols.net/2010/03/apache-wicket-force-page-reload-to-fix-ajax-back/ isn't there a better fix? E.g. it seems to me that this 'hack' avoids client-side js caching (or is this a wrong observation)? Regards, Peter. --

Re: Save Data as CSV File

2010-09-29 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, this worked for me: WebResource export = new WebResource() { @Override public IResourceStream getResourceStream() { return new StringResourceStream(getTweetsAsString(), text/plain); } @Override protected void setHeaders(WebResponse response) {

Re: JFreeChart with clickable imagemap

2010-09-30 Thread Peter Karich
Hi James, In the constructImageMap you whill have to pass a model as well, but I'm not sure how :-( Another way would be to adapt constructImageMap to updateImageMap so that you can call it in ChartImage.createBufferedImage (or every time the model updates) BTW: For jetwick I used an html

Re: JFreeChart with clickable imagemap

2010-10-04 Thread Peter Karich
and it looks cool. ;-) Do you use JFreeChart to create those charts? I'm willing to try that option as well. Kindly blog about it! Thanks once again for taking your time to reply. On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 7:27 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi James

Re: JFreeChart with clickable imagemap

2010-10-07 Thread Peter Karich
Hi James! I checked jetwick and it looks cool. ;-) hey, thanks ;-) Do you use JFreeChart to create those charts? initially I did. But now only that tiny bar image is stolen from jfreechart :-) http://jetwick.com/img/bar-min.png the rest is created via divs and css and a bit java

Jetwick Twitter Search now Open Source

2010-11-22 Thread Peter Karich
Jetwick is now available under the Apache 2 license: http://www.pannous.info/2010/11/jetwick-is-now-open-source/ Regards, Peter. PS: features http://www.pannous.info/products/jetwick-twitter-search/ installation https://github.com/karussell/Jetwick/wiki for devs

wicket stuff progressbar

2010-11-24 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, I am playing with the progressbar* but wonder where I can grab the sources for 1.4? this leads to an exception: https://wicket-stuff.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wicket-stuff/trunk/wicketstuff-progressbar/ Regards, Peter. *

Re: howto track translations

2010-12-03 Thread Peter Karich
See differences (only) with the following snippet which assumes the correct/original properties in messages.properties ('englisch'). It will create a property file for the missing keys for 'de' (german) and shows which original keys are unused public static void main(String[] args) throws

Long term usage of twitter/oauth credentials with wicket

2010-12-04 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, do you know of any examples for wicket which uses twitter's oAuth? In my app I can easily login and use the twitter api, but I'm kind of stuck how to avoid that the user needs to login every time after the session expires. Any other hints, links or best practices? Kind regards, Peter.

Re: Long term usage of twitter/oauth credentials with wicket

2010-12-04 Thread Peter Karich
Igor, there is token_secure. So storing it in clean text should be ok, right? Or do I need to encrypt (or at leat base64ing) it? Regards, Peter. store the token in a cookie and attempt to auto-reologin user based on it? -igor On Sat, Dec 4, 2010 at 11:51 AM, Peter Karichpeat...@yahoo.de

Re: Long term usage of twitter/oauth credentials with wicket

2010-12-04 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Igor! thanks! I will try it out. (I also think token is url safe) BTW: I meant, there is also 'token_secure', not only 'token' in twitter's oAuth (+ the app credentials). So a hacker cannot easily guess the 'token' for the user and get a fake login via modifying its cookie. like it would

Re: Long term usage of twitter/oauth credentials with wicket

2010-12-04 Thread Peter Karich
oh, but this would raise other questions :-) e.g. how can I setup https with tomcat/wicket? Or do I need to setup this with apache only? Regards, Peter. you can mark the cookie as secure so it will only be transferred over https. -igor On Sat, Dec 4, 2010 at 12:56 PM, Peter

Component wiring mess in 'HomePage'

2010-12-06 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, I have some components and I'm wiring them together directly within a 300 lines init method in the HomePage class ** Now this method is 'a bit' lengthy and unreadable. How would you make it more maintainable? Regards, Peter. **

Re: Component wiring mess in 'HomePage'

2010-12-07 Thread Peter Karich
I always try to identify logical groups and delegate creation of those to separat private methods. And use Panels for reusability. Hans, the private method trick should do it although the HomePage is still lenghty. regarding the panels: I'm using a lot of them. But for instantiation I

Re: Component wiring mess in 'HomePage'

2010-12-07 Thread Peter Karich
Create components out of some of the groups of components that logically belong together? James, What do you mean here? Basically...use Panels. As for the propagation of the events, you could try using a more listenery approach, rather than doing the abstract onClick() method, especially

Re: Component wiring mess in 'HomePage'

2010-12-08 Thread Peter Karich
Hi all, sorry, maybe I didn't explain my problem very well. I am trying it again. I am using exactly this stub-method approach for all my panels. But in HomePage I am wiring all those panels together to use them. I appended** an example, where the onTagClick method is overriden in

Re: Component wiring mess in 'HomePage'

2010-12-08 Thread Peter Karich
Am 08.12.2010 17:48, schrieb James Carman: On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 11:41 AM, Jeremy Thomerson jer...@wickettraining.com wrote: So, to make that shorter, use the listener approach suggested further up in the thread. Like: Slight correction, it was the listenery approach. :) yeah :-) I

Re: Web search functionality

2010-12-09 Thread Peter Karich
Check out the open source project jetwick where I am using Solr + Wicket: https://github.com/karussell/Jetwick (or at jetwick.com the video intro) sql like is definitely not recommended for a large number of items. Feel free to ask further questions ;-) Regards, Peter. I want to add search

Re: Converting Wicket Application to fat client (Swing/WebStart)

2010-12-20 Thread Peter Karich
Am 20.12.2010 19:36, schrieb Jeremy Thomerson: On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 10:45 AM, Frank Silbermann frank.silberm...@fedex.com wrote: I have a Wicket application at work that has been well-received by its internal users. Because I am not much of a web programmer, and because it is for

new session

2010-12-28 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, when is a new session created? If I am overwriting newSession I can see that wicket will call this method twice for a fresh browser: Restart completed at Tue Dec 28 20:22:57 CET 2010 // jetty log 2010-12-28 20:23:02,575 [3107...@qtp-7885469-4] INFO created new session! 2010-12-28

Re: new session

2010-12-28 Thread Peter Karich
forgot: this is done in one request. Martin, is your answer still valid :-) ? Hi! First time you don't have cookie, second time maybe cookie created... ** Martin 2010/12/28 Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de: Hi, when is a new session created? If I am overwriting newSession I can see

Re: AutoCompleteTextField - Event onSelect?!

2011-01-13 Thread Peter Karich
I've implemented this here: https://github.com/karussell/Jetwick/tree/master/src/main/java/de/jetwick/ui/util - adapted wicket-autocomplete.js + MyAutoComplete*.java (via sv paramter) try this at jetwick.com type 'andro' and now a selection e.g. 'android' should trigger a search ... If your

Re: IDE / Server Support

2011-03-25 Thread Peter Karich
take a look at: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5373522/is-jrebel-ever-used-in-production-environments-what-can-it-reload-on-the-jvm http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2844135/which-java-web-frameworks-provide-hot-reload Regards, Peter. Hi, How do you get fast deployment in development

Re: Migrating from 1.4.16 to 1.5 RC3 - problem when trying to avoid pages caching (not calling the constructor of the java pages)

2011-04-21 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Martin, I'm using the same technic in 1.4 to avoid exceptions with ajax + backbutton(not sure if this is true for Ismael too): * click on an ajax linkA, and click another one. * hitting back button * clicking again ajax linkA * WicketRuntimeException: component

Re: Migrating from 1.4.16 to 1.5 RC3 - problem when trying to avoid pages caching (not calling the constructor of the java pages)

2011-04-21 Thread Peter Karich
solution at https://github.com/ivaynberg/wicket/tree/ajax-history. But this will have to wait for Wicket 1.6+. On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 2:52 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi Martin, I'm using the same technic in 1.4 to avoid exceptions with ajax + backbutton(not sure if this is true

Specific redirect after session timeout

2011-04-25 Thread Peter Karich
Hi there, is it possible to grab the parameters (and the path) of the url and redirect the user automatically back to that page if he hits a session timeout? At the moment I'm using in my app.init() method getApplicationSettings().setPageExpiredErrorPage(SessionTimeout.class); and public

Re: Specific redirect after session timeout

2011-04-26 Thread Peter Karich
. On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 4:51 AM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi there, is it possible to grab the parameters (and the path) of the url and redirect the user automatically back to that page if he hits a session timeout? At the moment I'm using in my app.init() method

Re: wicket facebook application

2011-05-02 Thread Peter Karich
Why not doing this directly the wicket-way with PageParameters and your own Session? FBPage(PageParameters params) { // do something with: params.getString(xy); // construct a new MySession object within the WicketApp.init method: // @Override Session newSession(Request request,

Re: moving from development to deployment mode

2011-05-04 Thread Peter Karich
Could it be a result of the wicket version that am using?Because i have cleared web container and i still get same message.Take a look at this. [Application] Started Wicket version 1.4-rc1 in development mode maybe 1.4-rc1 ist just too old? why not using at least a stable release?

Re: Question on sessions

2011-05-09 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, and effectively bind it to a real session What do you mean with this? I'm having exactly the same issue, that a new session is opened after redirection ... but only for android devices (built-in browser+opera)!? For desktop firefox it works. The redirect-url looks in both cases similar

Re: Question on sessions

2011-05-09 Thread Peter Karich
ok stupid question. seems to be nothing related to android or wicket ... it was a jetwick.com vs. www.jetwick.com issue so good old apache is the bad man ;) Hi, and effectively bind it to a real session What do you mean with this? I'm having exactly the same issue, that a new session is

Form submit and nice urls

2011-05-13 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, when I'm doing [1] in 1.4.17 in a quickstart then I'm getting nice urls ala ?q=something e.g. for typing something in the textfield. The problem is that it prints two GET requests (why not POST + GET?): NOW: q = [todo] query=todo GET NOW: query=null GET In firebug I can see

Form submit and nice urls

2011-05-13 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, when I'm doing [1] in 1.4.17 in a quickstart then I'm getting nice urls ala ?q=something e.g. for typing something in the textfield. The problem is that it prints two GET requests (why not POST + GET?): NOW: q = [todo] query=todo GET NOW: query=null GET In firebug I can see

Re: Form submit and nice urls

2011-05-16 Thread Peter Karich
Anybody? Hi, when I'm doing [1] in 1.4.17 in a quickstart then I'm getting nice urls ala ?q=something e.g. for typing something in the textfield. The problem is that it prints two GET requests (why not POST + GET?): NOW: q = [todo] query=todo GET NOW: query=null GET In

Re: Form submit and nice urls

2011-05-16 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Martin, thanks for the explanation! Why is the first call done to submit my form? Because my app is doing an 'expensive' search query for every instantiation, thus I would like to trigger the search only with the necessary submitted query. Can I somehow distinguish a request with an empty

Re: Form submit and nice urls

2011-05-16 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Martin, I don't understand your question. sorry :( I try to explain it again :) When I access my app with the url http://localhost:8080/app/?q=test all is fine. But when I submit a new query 'todo' then wicket somehow 1. calls the submit (ok) 2. redirects to HomePage (ok) 3. *but then

Re: Form submit and nice urls

2011-05-16 Thread Peter Karich
at 2:33 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi Martin, I don't understand your question. sorry :( I try to explain it again :) When I access my app with the url http://localhost:8080/app/?q=test all is fine. But when I submit a new query 'todo' then wicket somehow 1. calls

Re: ListView inside a ListView

2011-05-25 Thread Peter Karich
add(new ListViewAllocation(allocation, allocationListModel) { shouldn't this be item.add ? - To unsubscribe, e-mail: users-unsubscr...@wicket.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail:

Re: navigation menu

2011-06-08 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, why not use the 'tutsplus' code which you like and bind the links to bookmarkable pages? You could also inject some variables (e.g. the urls) into javascript from wicket: private HeaderContributor contrib = new HeaderContributor( new IHeaderContributor() { @Override public void

Re: Users, sessions, data...

2011-06-15 Thread Peter Karich
Am 15.06.2011 08:36, schrieb Zeldor: Hi, My last attempts to fix my session and advices here made me thinking if my approach is good. So I'm curious - how do you handle users and their data? In my case I have session, when user logs in entire entity gets loaded into session. Later I get

Re: Users, sessions, data...

2011-06-15 Thread Peter Karich
But what are benefits of small session really? With entire user in session I can skip getting data from db and serve data faster... wicket's (de-)serialization is not done in 0ms ;) but if that works for you then this strategy is great. and also if you have a lot of users or big user data

YSlow still complaining Add Expires headers

2011-07-10 Thread Peter Karich
Hi all, because of the advice in http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/expires-header-td1866672.html https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-1602 I used getResourceSettings().setDefaultCacheDuration(30 * 24 * 3600); in my WebApplication. I also did some other hacking [1] to set the

Re: YSlow still complaining Add Expires headers

2011-07-10 Thread Peter Karich
at 6:08 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi all, because of the advice in http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/expires-header-td1866672.html https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-1602 I used getResourceSettings().setDefaultCacheDuration(30 * 24 * 3600); in my

Re: YSlow still complaining Add Expires headers

2011-07-11 Thread Peter Karich
? Your [1] is about the page itself, not about the resources (.css, .js, images, ...). On Sun, Jul 10, 2011 at 6:08 PM, Peter Karich peat...@yahoo.de wrote: Hi all, because of the advice in http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/expires-header-td1866672.html https://issues.apache.org

Re: YSlow still complaining Add Expires headers

2011-07-11 Thread Peter Karich
Am 11.07.2011 14:44, schrieb Martin Grigorov: See what happens in org.apache.wicket.markup.html.WebResource.setHeaders(WebResponse). Then check the response headers for your resources. I guess that your resources are located next to WEB-INF folder and are delivered directly by the web

Re: best search engine framework to use with wicket

2011-07-16 Thread Peter Karich
This is a bit mailinglist off topic but here are my suggestions ;) Have a deep look into ElasticSearch: http://www.elasticsearch.org/ Here is some code: wicket + guice + Elasticsearch: http://karussell.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/get-started-with-elasticsearch/ I started with wicket and solr:

Re: Static Files (CSS, JPG) not Found by Wicket in HTML

2011-07-27 Thread Peter Karich
Am 27.07.2011 14:21, schrieb Peter Ertl: You can put your resources in src/main/webapp but I would not recommend to do so (they will work by using an absolute path with the correct web app context) but it's quite ugly *imho* no, you can just reference them via css/style.css eg. if you have

Re: Apache Wicket releases Wicket 1.5

2011-09-08 Thread Peter Karich
Thanks a lot wicketers! Wicket is a really great and smart piece of software! Regards, Peter. -- http://jetsli.de news reader for geeks The Apache Wicket team is proud to announce the immediate availability of the newest release of their component oriented open source Java web framework.

Getting Error for custom PageExpiredErrorPage

2011-09-14 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, I'm getting this error in the logs: ERROR org.apache.wicket.RequestCycle - unable to find component with path urltrends:urls:9:urlLink on stateless page [Page class = de.jetwick.ui.slide.ChooseJetslideOrJetwick, id = 0, version = 0] it could be that the component is inside a repeater make

Re: Getting Error for custom PageExpiredErrorPage

2011-09-14 Thread Peter Karich
Hi Andrea, sorry, I forgot to mention that I tried it with 1.4.18 I'm using mount(new MixedParamUrlCodingStrategy(slide, ChooseJetslideOrJetwick.class, new String[]{})); because I'm using the same strategy for the page where this problem occurs (the page which has the path

Re: ATOM display in wicket?

2011-10-13 Thread Peter Karich
Hi, I'm using it with wicket 1.4.18. Not sure if it works or exists for 1.5 For 1.4 this intro was useful (with my comment there): http://it-essence.xs4all.nl/roller/technology/entry/rss_feeds_with_wicket_and Regards, Peter. Is wicketstuff-rome still a usable package with recent Wicket

Re: ATOM display in wicket?

2011-10-30 Thread Peter Karich
? I'm not seeing it in the regular repositories. Thanks! Boris On Oct 13, 2011, at 2:34 AM, Peter Karich wrote: Hi, I'm using it with wicket 1.4.18. Not sure if it works or exists for 1.5 For 1.4 this intro was useful (with my comment there): http://it-essence.xs4all.nl/roller