Re: parse directive in velocity template failing

2008-01-22 Thread James McLaughlin
On Jan 21, 2008 11:45 PM, fattymelt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just to be sure... In the Wicket section of web.xml I am going to add the two init-params. One of which defines the folder in which to find my properties file, and the other is the actual filename. Then I can use that properties

Re: parse directive in velocity template failing

2008-01-22 Thread fattymelt
Thanks for the help, James. I tried adding the following to my web.xml (and putting the velocity.properties file in that location). Does this look right to you? servlet servlet-nameClientApplication/servlet-name servlet-classwicket.protocol.http.WicketServlet/servlet-class

Re: parse directive in velocity template failing

2008-01-22 Thread James McLaughlin
fattymelt, yes that looks right. This used to work. I will try to get some time later today to see what is going on. There should be a velocity.log somewhere that could be helpful. wicket-velocity has an Initializer that searches for and loads the properties file, so set a breakpoint in init to

Re: parse directive in velocity template failing

2008-01-21 Thread James McLaughlin
fattymelt, It used to work that you could jar up your templates and put them under WEB-INF/lib. If that doesn't work, create your own velocity.properties file and define the init-params velocityPropertiesFolder and velocity.properties in your web.xml. You can define there which loaders to use and

Re: parse directive in velocity template failing

2008-01-21 Thread fattymelt
Just to be sure... In the Wicket section of web.xml I am going to add the two init-params. One of which defines the folder in which to find my properties file, and the other is the actual filename. Then I can use that properties file to specify what my TEMPLATE_ROOT is. The only I don't get, is