Re: How Does Checkbox Know To Store To My Data Object

2013-10-24 Thread Paul Bors
Read section 10.2 Models and JavaBeans of the Wicket Guide at: http://wicket.apache.org/guide/guide/chapter10.html#chapter10_2 From the code snipet you posted I take it your form or parent of your form has a CompondPropertyModel which must be feeding your checkbox. Either that, or you have a

Re: How Does Checkbox Know To Store To My Data Object

2013-10-22 Thread dhongyt
I think its an object in my Model? -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/How-Does-Checkbox-Know-To-Store-To-My-Data-Object-tp4661879p4661925.html Sent from the Users forum mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: How Does Checkbox Know To Store To My Data Object

2013-10-22 Thread meduolis
Try to add something like this onSubmit: System.out.println(It's up to date compiled code running here) and check console if you get this output :). I think you need to recompile your sources and application. Because this code snipped does nothing. I might be wrong, we all do mistakes :) --

Re: How Does Checkbox Know To Store To My Data Object

2013-10-21 Thread dhongyt
Sorry I'm using the tag FormDownloadBagService form = new FormDownloadBagService(dataForm) { @Override protected void onSubmit() { } }; Basically looks like this. -- View this message in context:

Re: How Does Checkbox Know To Store To My Data Object

2013-10-19 Thread Per Newgro
Hi david, there is no code in your email. Cheers Per Am 18.10.2013 22:39, schrieb dhongyt: I have a Data Object called DownloadBagService which works as a place to hold the checked files the a user selects. I have a page that the user are able to select files from and add it to the