Re: [wiquery] How to open a modal dialog from a Link?

2010-10-14 Thread Peter Munro
That works beautifully. Thanks Ernesto.

I also made a small mod to remove the 'href' on the client side so that it
just opens the dialog and doesn't follow the link:

JsQuery linkQuery = new JsQuery(link);
linkQuery.$().chain(attr, 'href', '#');
link.add(new HeaderContributor(linkQuery));

Thanks again,
Peter

On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 8:27 PM, Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro 
reier...@gmail.com wrote:

 Use JavaScript to do that on the client side? See method

 /**Method to open the dialog
 * @return the associated JsStatement
 */
public JsStatement open() {
return new JsQuery(this).$().chain(dialog, 'open');
}

 on Dialog class which generates the needed JavaScript. I haven't tried this
 but

 a wicket:id=link onclick=Open Dialog/a

 ---

 WebMarkupContainer link =  new WebMarkupContainer(link);
link.add(new AttributeModifier(onclick, new
 AbstractReadOnlyModelString() {

@Override
public String getObject() {
return new
 JsQuery(dialog).$().chain(dialog,
 'open').render().toString();
}
}));

 might work.

 Ernesto



 On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 8:25 PM, Peter Munro spelud...@gmail.com wrote:
  Hi,
 
  I'm using wiQuery and have a demo application with a Button that opens a
  modal dialog successfully, but I'd like to use Links instead of Buttons,
 so
  I'm replacing this:
  button wicket:id=open-dialogOpen dialog/button
  with an anchor/Link:
  a href=# wicket:id=open-dialogOpen dialog/a
 
  and in my Java code, replacing this:
  Button button = new Button(open-dialog);
  with this:
  Link link = new Link(open-dialog) {
 public void onClick() {
 System.out.println(clicked);
 }
  };
 
  When I run it and click the link, the Dialog appears for half a second or
  so, then the page refreshes itself as a result of the a tag's HTTP
  request/response.
 
  I'd like for the dialog to appear locally WITHOUT any HTTP
 request/response.
  And further (ideally), if Javascript is disabled, then have the onClick()
  method invoked as normal.
 
  Any ideas how I can do this?
 
  Many thanks,
  Peter
 

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Re: [wiquery] How to open a modal dialog from a Link?

2010-10-12 Thread Ernesto Reinaldo Barreiro
Use JavaScript to do that on the client side? See method

/**Method to open the dialog
 * @return the associated JsStatement
 */
public JsStatement open() {
return new JsQuery(this).$().chain(dialog, 'open');
}

on Dialog class which generates the needed JavaScript. I haven't tried this but

a wicket:id=link onclick=Open Dialog/a

---

WebMarkupContainer link =  new WebMarkupContainer(link);
link.add(new AttributeModifier(onclick, new
AbstractReadOnlyModelString() {

@Override
public String getObject() { 
return new JsQuery(dialog).$().chain(dialog,
'open').render().toString();
}
}));

might work.

Ernesto



On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 8:25 PM, Peter Munro spelud...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm using wiQuery and have a demo application with a Button that opens a
 modal dialog successfully, but I'd like to use Links instead of Buttons, so
 I'm replacing this:
 button wicket:id=open-dialogOpen dialog/button
 with an anchor/Link:
 a href=# wicket:id=open-dialogOpen dialog/a

 and in my Java code, replacing this:
 Button button = new Button(open-dialog);
 with this:
 Link link = new Link(open-dialog) {
    public void onClick() {
        System.out.println(clicked);
    }
 };

 When I run it and click the link, the Dialog appears for half a second or
 so, then the page refreshes itself as a result of the a tag's HTTP
 request/response.

 I'd like for the dialog to appear locally WITHOUT any HTTP request/response.
 And further (ideally), if Javascript is disabled, then have the onClick()
 method invoked as normal.

 Any ideas how I can do this?

 Many thanks,
 Peter


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