Re: multiple feedback panels in same page

2009-08-21 Thread satar
Thank you for the quick example. I think I actually seen this way of setting up a feedback panel at one point in time but had forgotten and then bumped into the problem of having two feedback panels on one page. This got me moving on quickly -- thank again! -- View this message in context:

Re: 2 questions on Include

2009-06-08 Thread satar
Bumped into this over one year old thread and it answered pretty much the exact question I had - SWEET. I am an experience Java developer but very new to Wicket. Just finished the Wicket-in-Action book, which was awesomely put together at least for someone like myself that loves to follow along

Re: application-level properties not component properties.

2009-06-19 Thread satar
Wow, thanks for such a blazing fast response Igor! Actually, I am already using the PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer (I think this is what you are talking about), and using different filter files for my different environments connected through profiles in my pom.xml file. Knew none of this stuff

Re: application-level properties not component properties.

2009-06-19 Thread satar
Igor!!! satar wrote: Wow, thanks for such a blazing fast response Igor! Actually, I am already using the PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer (I think this is what you are talking about), and using different filter files for my different environments connected through profiles in my pom.xml file

Re: Dirty read/edit problem.

2009-06-22 Thread satar
Hum, I may not have a complete understanding of optimistic locking. Bottom line is that when someone wants to start editing, I want them to know before they start if someone else is already in the midths of editing a given item. I do not want to just hope that two people never edit the same thing

Re: Dirty read/edit problem.

2009-06-23 Thread satar
Thanks for the responses. I feel a little more confident that there isn't something magical already out there to handle this particular problem domain. I do want pessimistic locking as I want to inform the user that someone else is already thinking and in progress of changing something BEFORE

Re: Looking to implement a table that has it all.

2009-07-02 Thread satar
Jeremy, those examples are PERFECT! Where does one find the source to them :P -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Looking-to-implement-a-table-that-has-it-all.-tp24311958p24312528.html Sent from the Wicket - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: Looking to implement a table that has it all.

2009-07-02 Thread satar
Nice, thanks for the pointers Jeremy! -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Looking-to-implement-a-table-that-has-it-all.-tp24311958p24312781.html Sent from the Wicket - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: A packaged resource that has a variable image based on component value

2009-07-10 Thread satar
Okay, I will see if I can figure out how to do that. Currently, I am @Override-ing the getCellCssClass and seeing if I can vary the css resource depending on the corresponding columns value as that is the only idea I had currently on how I could possibly do this. -- View this message in context:

Re: A packaged resource that has a variable image based on component value

2009-07-10 Thread satar
So I decided that I am not experienced enough yet with Wicket or using inmethod DataGrid to try to do images but would like to at least change the background color based on an integer value. This is what I did but still think it is somewhat lame and probably there is a much better approach: For

Re: A packaged resource that has a variable image based on component value

2009-07-10 Thread satar
Seems to have chopped of my return line, which was: return (less than)font style=\background-color: + color + \(greater than) + value + (less than)/font(greater than); (less than) = (greater than) = Hope it works this time satar wrote: So I decided that I am

Re: A packaged resource that has a variable image based on component value

2009-07-10 Thread satar
This is what I ended up with to include a solution for my colored circle images in case someone else finds the need for such a solution. I am assuming it was a reasonable way to go: ... /* * Checkbox column for the color blind */ if (colorblind) { columns.add(new

Re: Dynamic links in inmethod DataGrid

2009-07-13 Thread satar
James, is this similar to calling getMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(boolean), which I am doing in the application init for my app? I saw that in some example somewhere during my reading and wondered why would you want to ever include wicket id's in the generated html? Is there any good

Re: Update separate current select panel from AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehavior of inmethod DataGrid

2009-07-16 Thread satar
Sorry, I should have explored deeper into the user list on this one. It was basically already answered before in thread: http://www.nabble.com/AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehavior-and-Panels-td24301204.html#a24301204 I simply changed the scope of my timer to be the whole page beings that is all it has

Re: SpringBean: component-based verses session in scope.

2009-07-17 Thread satar
Igor, I was more asking for opinions on whether it better to define my @SpringBean injections in my session class verses within components that need them. In the later, I may end up injecting the same session class in more than one component class. What I am doing now is moving those instances

Re: SpringBean: component-based verses session in scope.

2009-07-17 Thread satar
Oh... I see, so it doesn't matter which way I go because underneath the covers it is a single instance of the session anyway. Still less code to manage/write if I define access to the injected sessions within the session class. Now I just need to learn and understand what you meant by the comment

Re: How do I set a selected item outside of an inmethod datagrid?

2009-07-21 Thread satar
Not sure if this was a tough question or simply no one on the user forum has had such a need but I finally figured out a way to get my particular problem solved and figured I would share. There likely may be a better way but I tied the selection to an Override of the DataSource of the DataGrid:

Re: jWicket -- jQuery with Wicket integration

2009-07-21 Thread satar
Just an FYI, the link to the WicketJQueryDemo.war on http://subversion.visionet.de/project/WicketJQuery/wiki; is broke. I think it should be: http://subversion.visionet.de/project/WicketJQuery/browser/tags/0.3.6/WicketJQueryDemo.war instead its:

Re: AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehavior and ModalWindow

2009-07-21 Thread satar
I know this is an old post but it hits an issue I currently have. I want to provide the user the ability to turn on/off auto refresh of data from the database. If all possible, I would like to use the original AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehavior or at least the AbstractAjaxTimerBehavior but it has the

Re: Firefox, be afraid be very afraid!!!

2009-08-05 Thread satar
WOW... Thanks Igor and the rest of you for all the responses. I was pretty burnt last night when I finally discovered that probably several of the the myriad of approaches I went through to simply center a date picker worked but because Firefox was caching my first failed attempt I wasn't seeing