Re: wicketstuff.org down?

2009-11-07 Thread jbrookover
Same problem here. I'm pretty new to this business of building off of repositories using Maven - so new that I assumed my failed 'make install' was my fault since it was the first time I did it on my own :) Jake Ilja Pavkovic-3 wrote: Hi, I cannot reach wicketstuff.org anymore. Anyone

Re: Wicket GAE performance

2010-04-07 Thread jbrookover
Finally! I've found others who are looking into Wicket on GAE. :) Something else to look into, that is frequently mentioned on the GAE/J lists but not here, is Objectify - a very thin layer over the GAE datastore. I was using JDO, PMF, etc and found Objectify to be a pretty easy switch.

Re: GAE loses shared resources

2010-04-12 Thread jbrookover
probably not ideal. Also, there would be a lot of code duplication in it's get() method. So, still looking for a solution to this issue. Seems pretty critical for extending an application in the cloud. Thanks! Jake jbrookover wrote: Hello all, I¹m running Wicket on Google App Engine

Re: Wicket And GAE

2010-04-13 Thread jbrookover
I'm pretty committed to a project using Wicket on GAE. I haven't encountered any deserialization issues that people have been bringing up, which makes me worry a bit since I've encountered (and dealt with) a slew of other issues :) Regarding the HttpSessionStore, I discovered a bad coding

Re: Wicket And GAE

2010-04-14 Thread jbrookover
questions and get help? Thanks, Marc On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 6:20 AM, jbrookover jbrooko...@cast.org wrote: I'm pretty committed to a project using Wicket on GAE. I haven't encountered any deserialization issues that people have been bringing up, which makes me worry a bit since I've

Re: GAE loses shared resources

2010-04-27 Thread jbrookover
Hi Igor, Thanks for the hint, but I don't think that will work for me. I did try to pre-load the resources on application startup, but I was unable to find which resources I'd registered. GAE does not allow any manner of dumpKeys() from the cache. The only-preloading solution I can think of

Re: GAE serialization issues

2010-04-29 Thread jbrookover
I can only say that I've been using Wicket on GAE for awhile and it seems to work pretty well, with some extra effort. For now, I'm just using HttpSessionStore. I asked in the GAE forums about the performance there and they said session storage made heavy use of the MemCache to keep performance

Re: wicket file upload

2010-05-27 Thread jbrookover
If this mysterious server environment happens to be Google App Engine, there is already some code floating around (@author uudashr) that manages file uploads seamlessly with the datastore. Jake -- View this message in context:

Invisible Page Notification?

2010-06-08 Thread jbrookover
Hey all, I just had a long debugging session regarding the difference between these two lines in a WebPage: add(component).setVisible(getUser() != null); // Typo add(component.setVisible(getUser() != null)); The first processes the page and very silently returns a completely empty Response

Re: Invisible Page Notification?

2010-06-08 Thread jbrookover
That's why I'm wondering how common it is. Based on that e-mail discussion from 2006, a WicketRuntimeException was on the table, implying that a Page object should never be invisible. I guess a better question would be, what are the reasons for making a page invisible? Jake Igor Vaynberg-2

Model not Updating on Multiple Form Submits

2010-06-29 Thread jbrookover
Hey all, I have a component, ResponseArea, that get's a HibernateObjectModelResponse. This ResponseArea then passes that same model down to it's sub components (ResponseEditor, ResponseViewer). ResponseEditor passes this model further down to a FormResponse. I have some jQuery script that

Re: Model not Updating on Multiple Form Submits

2010-06-29 Thread jbrookover
To clarify even further, I did try to hack it so I changed the model of the form directly (even though, I presume, it's all the same model propagated up and down the hierarchy). That also did not work. Nothing I've done will force the Form to take a new object before its next submission.

Re: Model not Updating on Multiple Form Submits

2010-07-12 Thread jbrookover
have a AjaxAutoSavingSubmitLink (which extends AjaxSubmitLink) with some supporting Javascript and it's working well with TinyMCE, and SvgEditors. Thanks for the help! Jake jbrookover wrote: Hey all, I have a component, ResponseArea, that get's a HibernateObjectModelResponse

Remove Child in IVisitor causes problems

2010-12-03 Thread jbrookover
Hey all, Interesting thing I encountered today. I have a Panel that provides it's own markupstream that is dynamically created from XML/XSLT. Essentially, it scans the markup stream for wicket:ids and then calls a getWicketComponent(String wicketId) that generates different components based

Re: Remove Child in IVisitor causes problems

2010-12-04 Thread jbrookover
My first JIRA issue for Wicket! https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-3229 Thanks, Jake -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Remove-Child-in-IVisitor-causes-problems-tp3071290p3072421.html Sent from the Users forum mailing list archive at

Wicket / Hibernate / Databinder (dead?)

2011-05-28 Thread jbrookover
Hey all, First off, apologies for a potential dual post - I used nabble and posted to a super-level to this list. We've been using Wicket 1.4 + Hibernate 3.3 + Databinder 1.3.0 for quite some time now. I wanted to update to a more recent version of Hibernate, but Databinder was incompatible and

Re: Wicket / Hibernate / Databinder (dead?)

2011-05-28 Thread jbrookover
James Carman wrote: You could check out Wicketopia. It has support for Hibernate. You can run the example application to see how it works. I've been doing some searching and found many of your replies to this statement, but I was thinking without Spring involvement. I don't have any

Re: Wicket / Hibernate / Databinder (dead?)

2011-05-30 Thread jbrookover
Rodolfo Hansen-2 wrote: I also have a bit of code we have been working on.. I was sorta procrastinating with it on my local box. Things have been rather overwhelming lately. If you would like to make a pull request, I will gladly review it, and merge it into my branch. I actually

wicketstuff-push Documentation?

2011-07-04 Thread jbrookover
Hey all, Just explored the wicketstuff-push examples. Everything works great. The only problem is that I'm overwhelmed with the code. I'm new to pushing; I had no idea what Comet was before yesterday. I understand the fundamentals of AjaxTimerBehavior polling, but push-timer and push-core go

Re: wicketstuff-push Documentation?

2011-07-05 Thread jbrookover
Sebastian-61 wrote: there is currently not any more documentation. When you use push as decribed in the WIKI (EventHandler+PushNode) then you will need an additional message dispatching service (which often is the case in enterprise environments). If you want to communicate within a

Re: wicketstuff tinymce development

2011-07-27 Thread jbrookover
Michal Letynski wrote: Is here anyone who is currently doing something with tinymce wicketstuff project ? I saw that in current version we are not able to add more then one instance of tiny in one page. I've recently made some commits to the tinymce wicketstuff package on GitHub, if

Target.addComponent - Single Container vs Multiple Components

2011-07-27 Thread jbrookover
I come across this scenario quite a bit. Say I have a Container/Fragment/etc with several (~10) child components, and I'm using Ajax to toggle the visibility of a small set (~4) of those children. The other children are unchanged by the Ajax call. Are there a performance (or other)

Re: wicketstuff tinymce development

2011-07-29 Thread jbrookover
Michal Letynski wrote: Ok i solved the problem. I used wrong version (1.4.17.3 - its buggy). I get exceptions: java.lang.StringIndexOutOfBoundsException: String index out of range: -1 at java.lang.String.substring(String.java:1937) at