Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-16 Thread cosmindumy
Hello again. 
I have one problem with internationalization. I want to internationalize 
the values from a drop down. But the values are not refreshed when I change
the locale. Here is the code 

subjectsMatterList.add(new SelectOption(domainVO.getId().toString(),
getString(Util.getDomainVOKey(domainVO.getId().toString();

where subject matter is the list of choices. that has a pair of id and
display value. I want the display value to be internationalized. If I eneter
this page with the locale already changed the values are translated. Any
idea how can I refresh the values when I change the locale. 



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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-16 Thread Sven Meier

Hi,

you should delay getting the string until it's needed for rendering.

Let your drop-down iterate over your domainVOs and use a custom ChoiceRenderer to render 
the id and the i18ned value, no need for a custom SelectOption.

Sven


Am 16.12.2011 14:46, schrieb cosmindumy:

Hello again.
I have one problem with internationalization. I want to internationalize
the values from a drop down. But the values are not refreshed when I change
the locale. Here is the code

subjectsMatterList.add(new SelectOption(domainVO.getId().toString(),
getString(Util.getDomainVOKey(domainVO.getId().toString();

where subject matter is the list of choices. that has a pair of id and
display value. I want the display value to be internationalized. If I eneter
this page with the locale already changed the values are translated. Any
idea how can I refresh the values when I change the locale.



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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-16 Thread cosmindumy
It worked. But the problem is that the drop down list is sorted. When I
change the locale it keeps the original sorting. The sorting is made
depending on locale but it doesn't change the order when I change the
locale. Only if I eneter again on this page it is sorted properly. Any idea?
I hope is clear what I mean.

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-16 Thread Martin Grigorov
Use a model for the list of choices, instead of a plain List

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 change the locale it keeps the original sorting. The sorting is made
 depending on locale but it doesn't change the order when I change the
 locale. Only if I eneter again on this page it is sorted properly. Any idea?
 I hope is clear what I mean.

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-16 Thread cosmindumy
Can you give me a short example? I don't understand what you mean.

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-16 Thread Martin Grigorov
See DropDownChoice's constructors.
Use the one that accepts a IModelList instead of List.
In #getObject() make the proper sorting.

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-06 Thread cosmindumy
Hi again, 
I have a curiosity. It's not my problem, but I want to know if is there a
solution for the following problem. 

Now when I change the locale I refresh the whole page. (target.add(MyPage)).
But I loose all the changes the user has made.
(if he completed some fields)
But how can I make to refresh only some components but allso the
wicket:message properties as they have no java 
corespondent. 

I want to to something like this: 
target.add(component1);
target.add(component2);
and also refresh the wicket:message. Is there a solution.
I hope is clear what I ask. 

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread cosmindumy
I solved the localization for most of the components except one. This is
BeatyTipBehavior
This is the code:
sourceLanguageTooltip = new Label(sourceLanguageTooltip);
BeautyTipBehavior behavior = new BeautyTipBehavior(new
ResourceModel(baloise.order.create.ordercreate.sourcelanguagetooltip));
behavior.setFadeInOut(true);
sourceLanguageTooltip.add(behavior);

It give me the message that it doesn't find the key, but surely the key is
there. Any idea? 
I've got the same error with the code 
myLabel = new Label(id, new ModelString(new
ResourceModel(key).getObject()) ). but i solved by passing the
ResourceModel directly to label. But for TolltipBehavior I found no
solution. 

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

How do you use the resource model in this behavior ?

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 1:36 PM, cosmindumy cosmind...@yahoo.com wrote:
 I solved the localization for most of the components except one. This is
 BeatyTipBehavior
 This is the code:
 sourceLanguageTooltip = new Label(sourceLanguageTooltip);
        BeautyTipBehavior behavior = new BeautyTipBehavior(new
 ResourceModel(baloise.order.create.ordercreate.sourcelanguagetooltip));
        behavior.setFadeInOut(true);
        sourceLanguageTooltip.add(behavior);

 It give me the message that it doesn't find the key, but surely the key is
 there. Any idea?
 I've got the same error with the code
 myLabel = new Label(id, new ModelString(new
 ResourceModel(key).getObject()) ). but i solved by passing the
 ResourceModel directly to label. But for TolltipBehavior I found no
 solution.

 Thanks

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread cosmindumy
I'm afraid I don't understand your question? What do you mean by how do you
use ResourceModel ?
Actually I have a class LTooltipBehavior that extends BeautyTipBehavior, but
i alson tried with BeautyTipBehavior as you saw in the example and it didn't
work.

Here is the original code:
 targetLanguageToolTip = new Label(targetLanguageToolTip);
targetLanguageToolTip.add(new LTooltipBehavior(new
ResourceModel(baloise.order.create.ordercreate.targetlanguagetooltip)).setFadeInOut(true));
targetLanguageToolTip.setOutputMarkupId(true);

and I also tried for test the following as you saw thinking that the problem
is in my behavior: 

sourceLanguageTooltip = new Label(sourceLanguageTooltip);
BeautyTipBehavior behavior = new BeautyTipBehavior(new
ResourceModel(baloise.order.create.ordercreate.sourcelanguagetooltip));
behavior.setFadeInOut(true);
sourceLanguageTooltip.add(behavior);
sourceLanguageTooltip.setOutputMarkupId(true);



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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread Martin Grigorov
Paste the code of the behavior.
I want to see what you do with the model inside.
Use any pastebin service to paste the code because it is easier to
read formatted and highlighted code ;-)

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 I'm afraid I don't understand your question? What do you mean by how do you
 use ResourceModel ?
 Actually I have a class LTooltipBehavior that extends BeautyTipBehavior, but
 i alson tried with BeautyTipBehavior as you saw in the example and it didn't
 work.

 Here is the original code:
  targetLanguageToolTip = new Label(targetLanguageToolTip);
        targetLanguageToolTip.add(new LTooltipBehavior(new
 ResourceModel(baloise.order.create.ordercreate.targetlanguagetooltip)).setFadeInOut(true));
        targetLanguageToolTip.setOutputMarkupId(true);

 and I also tried for test the following as you saw thinking that the problem
 is in my behavior:

 sourceLanguageTooltip = new Label(sourceLanguageTooltip);
        BeautyTipBehavior behavior = new BeautyTipBehavior(new
 ResourceModel(baloise.order.create.ordercreate.sourcelanguagetooltip));
        behavior.setFadeInOut(true);
        sourceLanguageTooltip.add(behavior);
        sourceLanguageTooltip.setOutputMarkupId(true);



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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread cosmindumy
Here is the class:
http://www.heypasteit.com/clip/04FA
But I don't use the model inside. I just pass it to superclass. 
Anyway it didn't work with their BeautyTipBehavior, so it should't be a
problem with my Behavior.
But you can take a look.

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread cosmindumy
Just as a remar, the following code works, but the tooltip is not refreshed
after I change locale:

Label phoneTooltip = new Label(phoneTooltip);
phoneTooltip.add(new LTooltipBehavior(new
ModelString(getString(baloise.settings.userdetails.phonetooltip))).setFadeInOut(true));

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread Martin Grigorov
Re-read the wiki page about dynamic models, then read what Igor pasted
in his response and I'm sure you'll find the solution.

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 Just as a remar, the following code works, but the tooltip is not refreshed
 after I change locale:

 Label phoneTooltip = new Label(phoneTooltip);
        phoneTooltip.add(new LTooltipBehavior(new
 ModelString(getString(baloise.settings.userdetails.phonetooltip))).setFadeInOut(true));

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread cosmindumy
Thanks. :*
I subcalssed the Model. It works. I understand now exactly the difference
between static and dynamic models. 
But as I know ResourceModel is a dynamic model. Why it didn't find the key? 
And why for other components it worked and for BeatyTipBehavior it didn't
work? I didn't find an explanation in that wiki.

P.S As you probably noticed I'm very new in wicket, and there my questions
may seem stupid. But I enjoy wicket very much.
It's the coolest web framework I worked with. 

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-05 Thread Martin Grigorov
The only reason I can see is that your .properties file (the resource
bundle) is next to a Component (e.g. MyPage.properties).
If the translation is in MyApplication.properties then it will work.

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 Thanks. :*
 I subcalssed the Model. It works. I understand now exactly the difference
 between static and dynamic models.
 But as I know ResourceModel is a dynamic model. Why it didn't find the key?
 And why for other components it worked and for BeatyTipBehavior it didn't
 work? I didn't find an explanation in that wiki.

 P.S As you probably noticed I'm very new in wicket, and there my questions
 may seem stupid. But I enjoy wicket very much.
 It's the coolest web framework I worked with.

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-04 Thread cosmindumy
Hi again, 
I have the same problems with table header columns internationalization. 
This is what I use:

-columns.add(new PropertyColumnUser(new ModelString(new
ResourceModel(name.name, Default).getObject()), age, age));
-columns.add(new PropertyColumnUser(new
ModelString(getString(name.name)), name, name));

It seems it doesn't find the property name.name with ResourceModel and it
displays Default. This property exists. as for the second columns it
displays. Do you have any idea? Is there other solution to pass the property
to the PropertyColumn?
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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-04 Thread cosmindumy
It works with 
columns.add(new PropertyColumnUser(new ResourceModel(name.name,
Default), age, age));

but I don't understand why it didn't find property with the first variant.
 columns.add(new PropertyColumnUser(new ModelString(new
ResourceModel(name.name, Default).getObject()), age, age));

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-04 Thread Martin Grigorov
Read https://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/working-with-wicket-models.html

Be careful on the static vs. dynamic part ;-)

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 It works with
 columns.add(new PropertyColumnUser(new ResourceModel(name.name,
 Default), age, age));

 but I don't understand why it didn't find property with the first variant.
  columns.add(new PropertyColumnUser(new ModelString(new
 ResourceModel(name.name, Default).getObject()), age, age));

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-04 Thread cosmindumy
Thanks. I red the tutorial and now is more clear. 
Now I am looking for a solution to change the ResourceModel of a Lable. 
For instance I want  the key to be changed between show.components and
when the component is displayed the property to be hide.componets.
Therefore I need a way to set my label resource model.
If you know a solution please tell me.
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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-04 Thread Igor Vaynberg
class mymodel extends abstractreadonlymodelstring {
  string getobject() {
 if (show) return getstring(show.components) else return
getstring(hide.components);}}

-igor

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 Now I am looking for a solution to change the ResourceModel of a Lable.
 For instance I want  the key to be changed between show.components and
 when the component is displayed the property to be hide.componets.
 Therefore I need a way to set my label resource model.
 If you know a solution please tell me.
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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-02 Thread cosmindumy
Hello,
I know is off topic but maybe you have an answer. :)
I have the following problems. If you have any idea please tell me.
I implemented the application internationalization but
the label components are not refreshed after changing locale. Do you know
why.
Another problem is that when I change the locale I refresh the whole page.
(target.addComponent(instance);) where instance is my Page class. Therefore
all completed fields are lost. I didn't found other solution. Do you have
any idea?
Thanks. 

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-02 Thread Martin Grigorov
On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 4:52 PM, cosmindumy cosmind...@yahoo.com wrote:
 Hello,
 I know is off topic but maybe you have an answer. :)
 I have the following problems. If you have any idea please tell me.
 I implemented the application internationalization but
 the label components are not refreshed after changing locale. Do you know
 why.

Show us your code.
I guess you do: new Label(someId, getString(someKey))
while you should use: new Label(someId, new ResourceModel(someKey))

 Another problem is that when I change the locale I refresh the whole page.
 (target.addComponent(instance);) where instance is my Page class. Therefore
 all completed fields are lost. I didn't found other solution. Do you have
 any idea?

You either need to track the client side changes and show a
confirmation to the user You did some changes. Are you sure you want
to leave the page? or make the locale switch a submitting component
(with AjaxFormSubmitBehavior for example)

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2011-12-02 Thread cosmindumy
Thanks a lot. 
You were right. I used getString(my.key). Now it works. 
I will also try your advice using AjaxBehavior.

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2010-07-23 Thread vineetsemwal

yeah,you can..

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Re: Internationalization on panels

2010-07-23 Thread Anh
Yes

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 Hi team

 Can i put internationalization properties files per panel or i have to do it
 per page.

 eg. i have MyPanel.html, MyPanel.java, can i have MyPanel.properties to have
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Re: Internationalization on panels

2010-07-23 Thread Josh Kamau
Thanks all.

On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 10:16 AM, Anh 7za...@gmail.com wrote:

 Yes

 On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 12:12 AM, Josh Kamau joshnet2...@gmail.com
 wrote:
  Hi team
 
  Can i put internationalization properties files per panel or i have to do
 it
  per page.
 
  eg. i have MyPanel.html, MyPanel.java, can i have MyPanel.properties to
 have
  messages for the panel?
 
  regards.
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