AutoCompleteTextField Problem Submitting

2010-05-12 Thread Sebastian Gabriel
Hello,
I have an AutoCompleteTextField which works just fine. But when I select any of 
the given values from the list the validator tells me : xxx is not a valid 
value... perhaps you have any idea what I can do.

Code:

 private AutoCompleteTextFieldSubject subject = new 
AutoCompleteTextFieldSubject(subject,
new ModelSubject(event.getSubject()), autoCompleteRenderer) {

/**
 * generated UID.
 */
private static final long serialVersionUID = -928631288762101540L;

@Override
protected IteratorSubject getChoices(String term) {

ListSubject ret = new LinkedListSubject();
ListSubject subjects = controller.getAllSubjects();
for (Subject subject : subjects) {
if (subject.getName().startsWith(term)) {
ret.add(subject);
}
}

return ret.iterator();
}
};

Thanks,
Sebastian

Re: AutoCompleteTextField Problem Submitting

2010-05-12 Thread Zilvinas Vilutis
I had the same problem, its something related to converters or how your text
value is converted to ( in your case ) Subject - and as there is no
converter for that - it is just failing.

What I've done is set the model to null and added a method getChoice
which does the conversion.

This is not very convenient way but it works.

Maybe Igor would have any suggestions how to solve this in a better way?


Žilvinas Vilutis

Mobile:   (+370) 652 38353
E-mail:   cika...@gmail.com


On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 7:22 AM, Sebastian Gabriel 
sebastian.gabr...@hs-augsburg.de wrote:

 Hello,
 I have an AutoCompleteTextField which works just fine. But when I select
 any of the given values from the list the validator tells me : xxx is not a
 valid value... perhaps you have any idea what I can do.

 Code:

  private AutoCompleteTextFieldSubject subject = new
 AutoCompleteTextFieldSubject(subject,
new ModelSubject(event.getSubject()), autoCompleteRenderer) {

/**
 * generated UID.
 */
private static final long serialVersionUID = -928631288762101540L;

@Override
protected IteratorSubject getChoices(String term) {

ListSubject ret = new LinkedListSubject();
ListSubject subjects = controller.getAllSubjects();
for (Subject subject : subjects) {
if (subject.getName().startsWith(term)) {
ret.add(subject);
}
}

return ret.iterator();
}
};

 Thanks,
 Sebastian


Re: AutoCompleteTextField Problem Submitting

2010-05-12 Thread Sebastian Gabriel
Thanks for your fast answer. 
I have a question about your solution. You say setting the model to null and 
adding a getChoice method would solve the problem. This means that I set the 
AutoCompleteTextField type to String and the String in the 
AutoCompleteTextField has to be unique in order to identify the right object, 
hasn't it?

Thanks
Sebastian


Am 12.05.2010 um 19:26 schrieb Zilvinas Vilutis:

 I had the same problem, its something related to converters or how your text
 value is converted to ( in your case ) Subject - and as there is no
 converter for that - it is just failing.
 
 What I've done is set the model to null and added a method getChoice
 which does the conversion.
 
 This is not very convenient way but it works.
 
 Maybe Igor would have any suggestions how to solve this in a better way?
 
 
 Žilvinas Vilutis
 
 Mobile:   (+370) 652 38353
 E-mail:   cika...@gmail.com
 
 
 On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 7:22 AM, Sebastian Gabriel 
 sebastian.gabr...@hs-augsburg.de wrote:
 
 Hello,
 I have an AutoCompleteTextField which works just fine. But when I select
 any of the given values from the list the validator tells me : xxx is not a
 valid value... perhaps you have any idea what I can do.
 
 Code:
 
 private AutoCompleteTextFieldSubject subject = new
 AutoCompleteTextFieldSubject(subject,
   new ModelSubject(event.getSubject()), autoCompleteRenderer) {
 
   /**
* generated UID.
*/
   private static final long serialVersionUID = -928631288762101540L;
 
   @Override
   protected IteratorSubject getChoices(String term) {
 
   ListSubject ret = new LinkedListSubject();
   ListSubject subjects = controller.getAllSubjects();
   for (Subject subject : subjects) {
   if (subject.getName().startsWith(term)) {
   ret.add(subject);
   }
   }
 
   return ret.iterator();
   }
   };
 
 Thanks,
 Sebastian


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Re: AutoCompleteTextField Problem Submitting

2010-05-12 Thread Zilvinas Vilutis
Wait, I lied a little :)

I use new ModelType( null ), so no value is being set to model object.

Actually I've ported the impl of AbstractAutoCompleteTextField as described
in https://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/autocomplete-using-a-wicket-model.html so
and use the findChoice method for selected value resolution.

Žilvinas Vilutis

Mobile:   (+370) 652 38353
E-mail:   cika...@gmail.com


On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 11:32 AM, Sebastian Gabriel 
sebastian.gabr...@hs-augsburg.de wrote:

 Thanks for your fast answer.
 I have a question about your solution. You say setting the model to null
 and adding a getChoice method would solve the problem. This means that I
 set the AutoCompleteTextField type to String and the String in the
 AutoCompleteTextField has to be unique in order to identify the right
 object, hasn't it?

 Thanks
 Sebastian


 Am 12.05.2010 um 19:26 schrieb Zilvinas Vilutis:

  I had the same problem, its something related to converters or how your
 text
  value is converted to ( in your case ) Subject - and as there is no
  converter for that - it is just failing.
 
  What I've done is set the model to null and added a method getChoice
  which does the conversion.
 
  This is not very convenient way but it works.
 
  Maybe Igor would have any suggestions how to solve this in a better way?
 
 
  Žilvinas Vilutis
 
  Mobile:   (+370) 652 38353
  E-mail:   cika...@gmail.com
 
 
  On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 7:22 AM, Sebastian Gabriel 
  sebastian.gabr...@hs-augsburg.de wrote:
 
  Hello,
  I have an AutoCompleteTextField which works just fine. But when I select
  any of the given values from the list the validator tells me : xxx is
 not a
  valid value... perhaps you have any idea what I can do.
 
  Code:
 
  private AutoCompleteTextFieldSubject subject = new
  AutoCompleteTextFieldSubject(subject,
new ModelSubject(event.getSubject()), autoCompleteRenderer)
 {
 
/**
 * generated UID.
 */
private static final long serialVersionUID = -928631288762101540L;
 
@Override
protected IteratorSubject getChoices(String term) {
 
ListSubject ret = new LinkedListSubject();
ListSubject subjects = controller.getAllSubjects();
for (Subject subject : subjects) {
if (subject.getName().startsWith(term)) {
ret.add(subject);
}
}
 
return ret.iterator();
}
};
 
  Thanks,
  Sebastian