Re: How to send a Java object to the ModalWindow

2016-10-21 Thread Iamuser
Hello, I know this is a long overdue thread, but could you please explain how you did it? -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/How-to-send-a-Java-object-to-the-ModalWindow-tp2312589p4675862.html Sent from the Users forum mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: How to send a Java object to the ModalWindow

2010-08-04 Thread zoran
Thanks Martin, modalwindowcontent.setpropervalue(xx); That's what I have tried first, but for some reason it didn't worked than so I started to work on some other more complex solution. Now I turned again to this simple idea and it works. Zoran -- View this message in context:

Re: How to send a Java object to the ModalWindow

2010-08-03 Thread Martin Makundi
There are many ways. This is one way: modalWindow.setContent(new MyPanel(modalWindow.getContentId()) { @Override public MagicObject getMagicObject() { return magicObject; } }); Also you can just pass your java object as parameter to myPanel or if it is dynamic you can wrap it

Re: How to send a Java object to the ModalWindow

2010-08-03 Thread zoran
Hi Martin, I'm using dynamic objects. In the first way based on the some event (e.g. tree node selection) I want to setup this MagicObject in home page, and then to show panel. Between these two there should be a call of getMagicObject() from the panel. How can I set this happen in appropriate

Re: How to send a Java object to the ModalWindow

2010-08-03 Thread Martin Makundi
Hi! I'm using dynamic objects. In the first way based on the some event (e.g. tree node selection) I want to setup this MagicObject in home page, and then to show panel. Between these two there should be a call of getMagicObject() from the panel. How can I set this happen in appropriate