Re: setResponsePage does not work / on (own) ajax requests

2013-06-07 Thread Sven Meier

On what JavaScript event is your behavior listening?

Sven

On 06/07/2013 12:38 PM, Patrick Davids wrote:

Hi all,
I implemented a panel having its own AbstractAjaxBehavior.

I provided the callback url to my pagepanel, the ajax request works;
everything seems fine.

Than I implemented an abstract method onSelect() to my panel to let an
implementation do some custom thinks (the onRequest() of my internal
behavior just delegates to abstract onSelect() of my panel)

My first test... simply doing a:

add(new MyPanel(foo){
public void onSelect(){
  setResponsePage(some where)
}
)

but nothing happens...

Using AbstractAjaxDefaultBehavior overriding respond() and delegating to
onSelect() does not work, too.

Do I have to do something special, to behave like an e.g. AjaxLink?!?
setResponsePage() is working there...

kind regards
Patrick
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Re: setResponsePage does not work / on (own) ajax requests

2013-06-07 Thread Patrick Davids
Hmm... select, but is fired via jquery on client side, and I do the 
ajax request by $.ajax(){ url: 'bevahior generated callback url' } on my 
own.

(Im working with jquerys autocomplete.)

Patrick



Am 07.06.2013 12:48, schrieb Sven Meier:
 On what JavaScript event is your behavior listening?

 Sven

 On 06/07/2013 12:38 PM, Patrick Davids wrote:
 Hi all,
 I implemented a panel having its own AbstractAjaxBehavior.

 I provided the callback url to my pagepanel, the ajax request works;
 everything seems fine.

 Than I implemented an abstract method onSelect() to my panel to let an
 implementation do some custom thinks (the onRequest() of my internal
 behavior just delegates to abstract onSelect() of my panel)

 My first test... simply doing a:

 add(new MyPanel(foo){
 public void onSelect(){
   setResponsePage(some where)
 }
 )

 but nothing happens...

 Using AbstractAjaxDefaultBehavior overriding respond() and delegating to
 onSelect() does not work, too.

 Do I have to do something special, to behave like an e.g. AjaxLink?!?
 setResponsePage() is working there...

 kind regards
 Patrick
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Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Patrick Davids

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Kieler Str. 103-107 • 25474 Bönningstedt

Email: patrick.dav...@nuboit.de

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Re: setResponsePage does not work / on (own) ajax requests

2013-06-07 Thread Sven Meier
Put a break point on RequestCycle#execute() and debug what's happening 
when you're Javascript is firing.


Sven

On 06/07/2013 01:27 PM, Patrick Davids wrote:

Hmm... select, but is fired via jquery on client side, and I do the
ajax request by $.ajax(){ url: 'bevahior generated callback url' } on my
own.

(Im working with jquerys autocomplete.)

Patrick



Am 07.06.2013 12:48, schrieb Sven Meier:

On what JavaScript event is your behavior listening?

Sven

On 06/07/2013 12:38 PM, Patrick Davids wrote:

Hi all,
I implemented a panel having its own AbstractAjaxBehavior.

I provided the callback url to my pagepanel, the ajax request works;
everything seems fine.

Than I implemented an abstract method onSelect() to my panel to let an
implementation do some custom thinks (the onRequest() of my internal
behavior just delegates to abstract onSelect() of my panel)

My first test... simply doing a:

add(new MyPanel(foo){
 public void onSelect(){
   setResponsePage(some where)
 }
)

but nothing happens...

Using AbstractAjaxDefaultBehavior overriding respond() and delegating to
onSelect() does not work, too.

Do I have to do something special, to behave like an e.g. AjaxLink?!?
setResponsePage() is working there...

kind regards
Patrick
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Re: setResponsePage does not work / on (own) ajax requests

2013-06-07 Thread Patrick Davids
Runs into WicketRuntimeExceptions (but they are catched).

e.g.
org.apache.wicket.WicketRuntimeException: Error attaching this container 
for rendering: [Menu [Component id = offices]]

Patrick

Am 07.06.2013 13:33, schrieb Sven Meier:
 Put a break point on RequestCycle#execute() and debug what's happening
 when you're Javascript is firing.

 Sven

 On 06/07/2013 01:27 PM, Patrick Davids wrote:
 Hmm... select, but is fired via jquery on client side, and I do the
 ajax request by $.ajax(){ url: 'bevahior generated callback url' } on my
 own.

 (Im working with jquerys autocomplete.)

 Patrick



 Am 07.06.2013 12:48, schrieb Sven Meier:
 On what JavaScript event is your behavior listening?

 Sven

 On 06/07/2013 12:38 PM, Patrick Davids wrote:
 Hi all,
 I implemented a panel having its own AbstractAjaxBehavior.

 I provided the callback url to my pagepanel, the ajax request works;
 everything seems fine.

 Than I implemented an abstract method onSelect() to my panel to let an
 implementation do some custom thinks (the onRequest() of my internal
 behavior just delegates to abstract onSelect() of my panel)

 My first test... simply doing a:

 add(new MyPanel(foo){
  public void onSelect(){
setResponsePage(some where)
  }
 )

 but nothing happens...

 Using AbstractAjaxDefaultBehavior overriding respond() and
 delegating to
 onSelect() does not work, too.

 Do I have to do something special, to behave like an e.g. AjaxLink?!?
 setResponsePage() is working there...

 kind regards
 Patrick
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Kieler Str. 103-107 • 25474 Bönningstedt

Email: patrick.dav...@nuboit.de

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Solved / Re: setResponsePage does not work / on (own) ajax requests

2013-06-07 Thread Patrick Davids
Whem I'm using Wicket.Ajax.get(...) to execute my AjaxCall via 
JavaScript it works.

Previously I used pure jquery $.ajax(...) and that does not work.

kind regards
Patrick

Am 07.06.2013 14:02, schrieb Patrick Davids:
 Runs into WicketRuntimeExceptions (but they are catched).

 e.g.
 org.apache.wicket.WicketRuntimeException: Error attaching this container
 for rendering: [Menu [Component id = offices]]

 Patrick

 Am 07.06.2013 13:33, schrieb Sven Meier:
 Put a break point on RequestCycle#execute() and debug what's happening
 when you're Javascript is firing.

 Sven

 On 06/07/2013 01:27 PM, Patrick Davids wrote:
 Hmm... select, but is fired via jquery on client side, and I do the
 ajax request by $.ajax(){ url: 'bevahior generated callback url' } on my
 own.

 (Im working with jquerys autocomplete.)

 Patrick



 Am 07.06.2013 12:48, schrieb Sven Meier:
 On what JavaScript event is your behavior listening?

 Sven

 On 06/07/2013 12:38 PM, Patrick Davids wrote:
 Hi all,
 I implemented a panel having its own AbstractAjaxBehavior.

 I provided the callback url to my pagepanel, the ajax request works;
 everything seems fine.

 Than I implemented an abstract method onSelect() to my panel to let an
 implementation do some custom thinks (the onRequest() of my internal
 behavior just delegates to abstract onSelect() of my panel)

 My first test... simply doing a:

 add(new MyPanel(foo){
   public void onSelect(){
 setResponsePage(some where)
   }
 )

 but nothing happens...

 Using AbstractAjaxDefaultBehavior overriding respond() and
 delegating to
 onSelect() does not work, too.

 Do I have to do something special, to behave like an e.g. AjaxLink?!?
 setResponsePage() is working there...

 kind regards
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-- 
Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Patrick Davids

NuboIT GmbH  Co. KG
Kieler Str. 103-107 • 25474 Bönningstedt

Email: patrick.dav...@nuboit.de

Handelsregister: HRA6819 Pi  | Amtsgericht Pinneberg

Geschäftsführung der Verwaltungsgesellschaft
Daniel Fraga Zander

HRB10145Pi | Amtsgericht Pinneberg