Re: Migration from 1.4.17 to 7.3

2016-10-03 Thread sorinev
Since the previous way of doing it was never referenced, I figured I'd
comment the new way out and see what happened. It works like it should. So I
guess the previous class extension and overriding must have been something
that was tried and later abandoned but not deleted.

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Re: Migration from 1.4.17 to 7.3

2016-10-03 Thread Martin Grigorov
Is your login page annotated with @RequireHttps ?

On Oct 3, 2016 10:17 PM, "sorinev"  wrote:

> Regarding #4, how do I redirect it to my https url then? The 1.4.17 class
> we
> extended built a new https url and set it on a response. This new method
> appears, yes, to do nothing. When I go to my login url now or try to type
> the https url for the login page directly, i stay on http and port 80 (port
> not show of course, but either way I'm not at 8443).
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Re: Migration from 1.4.17 to 7.3

2016-10-03 Thread sorinev
Regarding #4, how do I redirect it to my https url then? The 1.4.17 class we
extended built a new https url and set it on a response. This new method
appears, yes, to do nothing. When I go to my login url now or try to type
the https url for the login page directly, i stay on http and port 80 (port
not show of course, but either way I'm not at 8443).

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Re: Migration from 1.4.17 to 7.3

2016-10-03 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

1) http://wicketinaction.com/2012/07/wicket-6-resource-management/ (section
"Header Items")

2) http://wicketinaction.com/2012/07/wicket-6-javascript-improvements/
(section "Ajax request attributes")

3) see IResource and AbstractResource

4) Correct! Althougth you don't need the override - it does nothing

I'd suggest you to migrate step by step - first to 1.5.16, then to 6.24 and
finally to 7.4.0.
And consult with the migration guides:
- https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Migration+to+Wicket+1.5
- https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Migration+to+Wicket+6.0
- https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Migration+to+Wicket+7.0

If you have more questions then please use separate mail threads for each
of them!


On Sat, Oct 1, 2016 at 12:28 AM, sorinev  wrote:

> I'm updating the web portion of our server application from ancient 1.4.17
> to

shiny new 7.3. There are about 225 files and I've gotten through a lot of
> them (mass find/replace, woo hoo) but I've hit a few snags that are not
> only
> difficult to find information on in regards to upgrade, but that I don't
> know a whole lot about.
>
> 
> = 1 =
> 
>
> I know compressedresourcereference was removed, but I'm not sure what to
> replace the code with. For example, in one file there are these two lines:
>
>
>
> in the class member declaration area, and
>
>
>
> in the constructor. What do these two lines get replaced with?
>
> 
> = 2 =
> 
>
> We extend a few AJAX components. Two of them have this, which I'm not
> entirely sure how to replace since I'm very inexperienced in front end
> stuff.
>
>
>
> Same goes for extending AjaxLink.
>
> We also have a timer that extends  and has this:
>
>
>
> Which is missing from the superclass now, so I'm not sure how to update it.
>
> Also, renderHead of AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior seems to have changed a
> bit;
> it now takes a Component, which I'm not sure what to do with since it
> didn't
> exist in the older version. This specific extension of
> AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior was for a javascript item, so at the end of
> renderHead it had
>
>
>
> Which does not exist anymore, it's just render(HeaderItem header) now, so
> I'm not sure how to update this. The first string was actual javascript and
> the second appears to have been an id.
>
> 
> = 3 =
> 
>
> The "Resource" stuff doesn't seem to exist anymore, which we extended to
> make a couple of new classes, so I'm not sure what to do with these. They
> extended DynamicWebResource and WebResource, and in their methods there are
> references to classes like Resource and ResourceState. Their major function
> seems to relate to setting a filename on an AttachmentHeader. There are
> several instances where we have a HashMap whose value is one of these
> extended DynamicWebResource / WebResource classes.
>
> 
> = 4 =
> 
>
> We had a class that extended WebRequestCycleProcessor and its sole function
> was to extend "respond(RequestCycle)" in order to build the proper url to
> redirect http pages to https pages that required SSL. I did not see any
> references to this class either in the java code or in any text file
> (config
> files, for example), so I'm not sure if it was in use or not. But in any
> case, the replacement seems to be just adding this to the init() method of
> our AuthenticatedWebApplication class?
>
>
>
>
> Really appreciate any help with all this stuff, thanks.
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