Re: [Wicket-user] wicket examples

2004-11-18 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I kind of started the CDApp example as a more elaborate example of how Wicket and something like Hibernate (but, that might as well be e.g. JDOMax) can play together. I have been thinking about rewriting the backend (admin part) of www.burgerweeshuis.nl and either submit that as a Wicket

Re: [Wicket-user] maven

2004-11-19 Thread Eelco Hillenius
For generating an ant build script, you can just type: 'maven ant'. Eelco Jonathan Locke wrote: any maven experts out there? what are the failures below about? if i'm building my own project using the examples maven project.xml as a template, how do i generate an ant build script? thanks!

Re: [Wicket-user] Table with round corners

2004-12-28 Thread Eelco Hillenius
It'd do it more like: (using a Label or MultiLineLabel) span id=wcn-[panel] div class=ContainerTop div class=ContainerRight div class=ContainerBottom div class=ContainerLeft div class=ContainerTopLeft div class=ContainerTopRight

Re: [Wicket-user] Table with round corners

2004-12-28 Thread Eelco Hillenius
0. I'm used to wcn, and I've no problem with it. If new users find it easier it would be a good idea I guess. Eelco Jonathan Locke wrote: one other related thing that's been bugging me is the wcn prefix is so cryptic. it's more typing, but i almost wish it was just wicket- so it's more

Re: [Wicket-user] Table with round corners

2004-12-28 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Pls don't forget to file an issue for this if you're gonna change it. That way, it will be in the Maven generated change log automatically. Eelco Jonathan Locke wrote: good point. anyone who doesn't want to break doesn't have to. the change would just be ComponentTag:53: public static final

Re: [Wicket-user] Dynamic Form

2004-12-28 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Just use the Ognl backed PropertyModel for this, combined with either your business objects (in fact any JavaBean you want) or e.g. a HashMap. Eelco Jonathan Carlson wrote: I've been working on a dynamic form component (during my lunch hour so the progress is a little slow). I'm curious how

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for new markup format

2004-12-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
So, how do parse these CSS things then? Even if you could - it would be very error prone - you would create a dependency between HTML/CSS that I think is very hard to keep in sync. Eelco Gili wrote: On Tue, 28 Dec 2004 16:10:57 -0800, Jonathan Locke wrote: yup. the right way of implementing

Re: [Wicket-user] wcn -- wicket

2004-12-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Actually, as we're in beta now, and not in alpha, architectural things are allready pinned down for the larger part. We can have some changes, but we should be committed to keep impact as small as possible. Now, for 1.1 (or even 2.x), drastic changes - if needed - are allowed again. So we

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for new markup format

2004-12-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
can give you is that for simpler problems, the old approach *will* yield simpler code, but that's only on the HTML side. On the component end of things, I think things will actually get simpler with the new approach. Things will fit together better. Gili On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 13:40:46 +0100, Eelco

Re: [Wicket-user] wcn -- wicket

2004-12-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Ooops, I meant to send it to the list instead of to you personally. I just did a re-post Gili wrote: Ok, so if I understand you correctly: you don't consider moving from a id attribute approach to full-fledged wicket tags a major change that would force users to have to re-learn working with

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for new markup format

2004-12-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Jonathan Locke wrote: i don't think tooling is precluded either. and designers are familiar with existing tags. also, how easy is this XHTML stuff going to be in dreamweaver? that's half the point of wicket is to leverage dreamweaver. here's a crazy idea! ask wouter for an opinion! ;-) I

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for new markup format

2004-12-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I agree it's good/ not damaging to be able to pass parameters from HTML to Java. Some things would be completely natural, like specifing the numer a rows per page for a pagable table. It would be good to allow designers to decide on issues like that. Just an example of the issue being

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2004-12-30 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Hmmm. I'm not convinced yet. I like it from a designer's perspective (not having to use id=wicket-[autolink]), but really dislike it from a programmers perspective (implicit behaviour is scary). Gili wrote: Jon and I would like to propose a replacement for autolinks. Instead of users

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2004-12-30 Thread Eelco Hillenius
And one more thing. Say, you've got Home.html relative to your current package, and you've got Home.html in your webapp directory. Is see a problem here. Eelco Eelco Hillenius wrote: Hmmm. I'm not convinced yet. I like it from a designer's perspective (not having to use id=wicket-[autolink

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2004-12-30 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I am still +1 for a change that allows autolinks to work with other packages. Like 'admin/Home.html'. Eelco Juergen Donnerstag wrote: Please be a bit more specific. The current [autolink] feature is limited in that it is only able access subpackages (see javadoc resolveAutolink) - kind of

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2004-12-30 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Yep, that's what we mean :) Juergen Donnerstag wrote: am still +1 for a change that allows autolinks to work with other packages. Like 'admin/Home.html'. you mean / instead .? Because admin.Home.html is already supported. Though I admit it doesn't look very nice. Juergen

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2004-12-31 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Gili, thank you for explaining, but I still do not agree with you. So we have: /WebApp - webapplication root path /WebApp/Home.html - Home.html that isn't registered with a Wicket page /WebApp/sub/OtherPage1.html - some HTML page /WebApp/sub/Home.html - HTML page registered with a

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2005-01-01 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I made up my mind about the autolink replacement proposal (which is that instead of using a id=wicket-[autolink], all anchors would be scanned and tested for matches with Wicket pages). I am -1 on this. I see one theoretic advantage (not having to think about adding the [autolink] id) and many

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2005-01-01 Thread Eelco Hillenius
The thing I loath about this is that it is implicit. You have to explain a designer that the anchors will be parsed and that, depending on what Wicket pages there are, the anchor wil point to either a static resource or a Wicket Page. The current situation is better as it is allways

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2005-01-01 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Ok, ok. You know what? I'll just back off from this discussion, and see where it heads. Maybe, I'll be convinced along the way, but for now: 'me -1 for automatic anchor processing'. Eelco Gili wrote: On Sat, 01 Jan 2005 22:12:06 +0100, Eelco Hillenius wrote: The thing I loath about

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2005-01-01 Thread Eelco Hillenius
With the risk of starting another thread... though it is very nice to have these kind of resources, they are also quite inefficient to use. In the case of images: as the image url's constantly change (via the rendering count), the browser will never be able to mark them as cached. It would be

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2005-01-01 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Actually, on second thought, this wouldn't be hard nor dirty at all. Just unpack resources (e.g. with path names) to the web app dir, and keep a mapping somehow. Problems still would be whether you have write acces or not (user's/ admin's responsibility) and whether those resources should be

Re: [Wicket-user] Proposal for autolink replacement

2005-01-01 Thread Eelco Hillenius
. delay? Eelco Hillenius wrote: With the risk of starting another thread... though it is very nice to have these kind of resources, they are also quite inefficient to use. In the case of images: as the image url's constantly change (via the rendering count), the browser will never be able to mark

Re: [Wicket-user] wicket:region, name=remove

2005-01-04 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Yep, that's it. Gili wrote: I assume this means this part of the HTML is purely for previewability purposes and during runtime it gets completely stripped out, including its body/children-tags, right? Gili --- The SF.Net email is

Re: [Wicket-user] Autolinks in example code?

2005-01-04 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Juergen is still working on that one. Eelco Gili wrote: Hi, I'm taking a look at the new example code that's supposed to use the new namespace and autolink approaches. It seems to still use: h2a id=wicket-[autolink] href=DisplaytagIndex.htmlExample/a gt; Standard, smart linking of column

Re: [Wicket-user] garbage collection

2005-01-05 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I tried it some time ago, and did not find leaks. I would be a good idea for more people to do some serious profiling. Anti-patterns would be using too many internal classes (I just found out); you'll end up with spaghetti code. And - though not an anti-pattern - be carefull about your

Re: [Wicket-user] garbage collection

2005-01-06 Thread Eelco Hillenius
will be harder. Eelco Eelco Hillenius wrote: I tried it some time ago, and did not find leaks. I would be a good idea for more people to do some serious profiling. Anti-patterns would be using too many internal classes (I just found out); you'll end up with spaghetti code. And - though

Re: [Wicket-user] TabbedPanel ?

2005-01-25 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I made one. But Johan made a better one. Johan, is your tab-thingy re-usable yet? Generic enough to e.g. put in contrib? Eelco Jonathan Carlson wrote: Has anyone started a TabbedPanel yet? Just Curious. I didn't see one but I'll need one eventually. If I write it myself does anyone have

Re: [Wicket-user] is this approach correct?

2005-02-01 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Yep. That's the nicest way to do it. You probably want to use this setting (false by default): settings.setPropertyModelDefaultApplyFormatting(true); as then the converting works both ways. If you take a look at the forminput example (CVS HEAD), you'll see: TextField dateInput = new

Re: [Wicket-user] is this approach correct?

2005-02-01 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Ooops: 'Because I added a type converter, ...' should have been: 'Because I added a TypeValidator, ...'. Eelco Eelco Hillenius wrote: Yep. That's the nicest way to do it. You probably want to use this setting (false by default): settings.setPropertyModelDefaultApplyFormatting(true

Re: [Wicket-user] Using form.onSubmit()

2005-02-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
button would then also just have a navigation action. Eelco Eelco Hillenius wrote: It's much better to use a seperate button, like currently in CDAPP. Java: add(new OnClickLink(cancelButton) { public void linkClicked() { getRequestCycle

Re: [Wicket-user] Using form.onSubmit()

2005-02-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Johan Compagner wrote: yes this is also a thing that i don't like very much currently. With links you can add a link and then implement linkClicked() It would be nice that buttons also work this way.. Or just use the OnClickLink instead of Link. Works the same, with the difference that

Re: [Wicket-user] Using form.onSubmit()

2005-02-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
'the onSubmit is handled in subclasses.'. Martijn Eelco Hillenius wrote: Actually, things like: getRequestCycle().getRequest().getParameter(save) != null to signal whether a submit or cancel was pressed, typically comes from the non-component based approach, where all form submits would enter

Re: [Wicket-user] Using form.onSubmit()

2005-02-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
you propose?) extend form with not only a formSubmitted, but also with e.g. a formCancelled method, and a cancel button component that works with these. Personally, I am not enthousiastic about this, as it keeps people thinking in a non component based way. Eelco Martijn Eelco Hillenius wrote

Re: [Wicket-user] Using form.onSubmit()

2005-02-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
is it component based? If this is non-component based, then the 'onSubmit' should be removed as well, because one can use a submit Button with an onClick event for this purpose. Martijn Eelco Hillenius wrote: Martijn Dashorst wrote: You say two things: - use buttons and their on click event in Swing

Re: [Wicket-user] Redefining a child component/panel

2005-02-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Good thing about setVisible is that it won't give you back-button troubles, as all components - be them visible or not - will be reachable, whereas when you replace a panel, the replaced panel will not be reachable. Eelco Jonathan Carlson wrote: I think I like your setVisible(boolean) option

Re: [Wicket-user] Hello, thanks and a question about AbstractUploadForm

2005-02-17 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I have not used the component yet, so I guess it's a bit raw ;) It (or commons-upload) certainly can have multiple uploads, but currently the interfacing with normal Wicket forms does not work properly. We'll get on the job of properly integrating it; I'll file an issue for it. Cheers, Eelco

Re: [Wicket-user] Converters/Formatters

2005-02-21 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Furthermore: - you can access the currently used instance of IConverter by calling getConverter() on any component; - an instance of IConverterFactory creates the instance of IConverter to be used by the current session. There is a usefull default, but you can override this by overriding

Re: [Wicket-user] Validators

2005-03-04 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Hi, The preffered way now is to extend CustomValidator and call one of the error(... methods of AbstractValidator when a validation error occurs. This could be simple like in RequiredValidator public void onValidate(String value) { // Check value if (Strings.isEmpty(value))

Re: [Wicket-user] Validators

2005-03-04 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Well, this part: Caused by: java.util.MissingResourceException: Unable to find resource: datenForm.text1.DatumsValidator at wicket.Localizer.getString(Localizer.java:110) at wicket.Localizer.getString(Localizer.java:212) shows that Wicket looks for resource with resource key

Re: [Wicket-user] Validators

2005-03-04 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Stefan Lindner wrote: Just one step forward to the solution: If you use a CustomValidator and bind it to an TextField (and perhaps other input fields) you MUST have a resource file with the name schemea name of your class associated with the form element.properties. Actually, it is like name of

Re: [Wicket-user] Creating Reusable Components

2005-03-07 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Yeah, the docs are seriously lacking. To at least make up for that a bit, there are quite a few examples. Specific reusable components with markup (the HTML part) are the Panel and Border components. Please take a look at them at the examples. Eelco Stefan Lindner wrote: Thank you all for your

Re: [Wicket-user] Centering divs?

2005-03-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
There several ways of doing this. E.g. (came up with a quick google): http://www.quirksmode.org/css/centering.html Eelco Gili wrote: I've got the border to work but now I want to have it center in the middle of the page. I am not familiar with CSS in this domain: how does one center

Re: [Wicket-user] Question about RenderedDynamicImageResource

2005-03-12 Thread Eelco Hillenius
As for the recreation of the pages (again): use setRedirect(true) on requestCycle. I use this for popups: The page is created newly for the popup, but refresh will just invoke the IRedirectHanlder that only renders the page without redirecting it. Eelco Gili wrote: On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 17:39:23

Re: [Wicket-user] HTML frames

2005-03-12 Thread Eelco Hillenius
No restrictions. We use some for our current app. Eelco Juergen Donnerstag wrote: at least nothing I'm aware of. It might as well be that no one has tried it yet. Juergen On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 13:06:24 -0800 (PST), [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there any issue or restricion on

Re: [Wicket-user] wicket 1.1 and Ajax

2005-03-25 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Yep. I see advantages of implementing AJAX as well. See my blog post at: http://www.jroller.com/page/Eelco12/20050321 (I hope to have posts on Wicket on a more regular basis now, same goes for Martijn: http://www.jroller.com/page/dashorst/ and Jonathan:

Re: [Wicket-user] listview with checkboxes

2005-03-27 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Hi Antonio, I put up an article on our Wiki on this: http://wicket.sourceforge.net/wiki/doku.php?id=user:listview_with_checkboxes_in_a_form Regards, Eelco Antonio Casula wrote: I saw the example displaytag/ExampleCheckbox and I have a question: How is possible to get the checkboxes and input

Re: [Wicket-user] listview with checkboxes

2005-03-27 Thread Eelco Hillenius
You're not extending nor touching the business object, as you're wrapping it (i.e. putting a class 'around' it). class MyWrapper { private MyBusinessClass; private Boolean selected; } If you wrap an object, you don't touch it in any way; you can allways do this. The only thing to keep in

Re: [Wicket-user] Running the Examples

2005-03-28 Thread Eelco Hillenius
and render phase. Also, I just found out that the border component is broken. Probably something small, but the border component can't be used at all in head now. Cheers, Eelco Juergen Donnerstag wrote: I'll try it Juergen On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 07:24:52 +0100, Eelco Hillenius [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: [Wicket-user] Page instantiation

2005-03-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
A page is instantiated when: - you clicked a bookmarkable link (e.g. http://localhost:8080/wicket-examples/navomatic?bookmarkablePage=wicket.examples.navomatic.Page2); - you went to the Home page; - you instantiated it yourself or had a page factory instantiate it, e.g. by using a PageLink or

Re: [Wicket-user] Page instantiation

2005-03-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
You're not? We do. Though the web application part is just a part of the whole, we're using Wicket for our 7 man year + project right now. The fact that we don't have javascript support etc. build in yet, doesn't mean it is not useable. You can do Javascript, AJAX, whatever right now if you

Re: [Wicket-user] Page instantiation

2005-03-29 Thread Eelco Hillenius
First, did you used packaged images in your JSP? Guess not. The resources had an issue. But that's fixed - again. And what gives you any idea about what we're using in our applications? The app I have been working on in a team of three pretty much uses all of the HTML components there are,

Re: [Wicket-user] Page instantiation

2005-03-31 Thread Eelco Hillenius
. How can I achieve this? Again, sorry for asking noob questions. thanks, Kristof Eelco Hillenius wrote: A page is instantiated when: - you clicked a bookmarkable link (e.g. http://localhost:8080/wicket-examples/navomatic?bookmarkablePage=wicket.examples.navomatic.Page2); - you went to the Home

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: Re: Urp!, out of memory error in 1.0.0rc1

2005-04-06 Thread Eelco Hillenius
And note Chris' message earlier this week: String.replaceAll seems to eat up a lot of resources, so instead of using a regex here, we should use a cheaper replace. Eelco Jonathan Locke wrote: that's a nice fix. but i want to test my fix too because the problem you point out below was causing

Re: [Wicket-user] Some beginner's questions

2005-04-07 Thread Eelco Hillenius
One thing I can imagine is a form with a panel attached, that you feed a java bean. Based on the properties of that java bean (using introspection), you could add form fields to the form. This is quite easy to accomplish for simple introspection, though if you really want to do a good job,

Re: [Wicket-user] Some beginner's questions

2005-04-07 Thread Eelco Hillenius
We could also consider making this a contrib component, or maybe even just a Wiki section. It's pretty specific, unless it is really good (full fledged java bean descriptor stuff). A simple version is quite easy to implement. Might do it this weekend, or - if Ari wants to give it a shot, we

Re: [Wicket-user] Some beginner's questions

2005-04-07 Thread Eelco Hillenius
actually have done allready (though not by introspection) for our project here. Works really well. Eelco Jonathan Locke wrote: Eelco Hillenius wrote: We could also consider making this a contrib component, or maybe even just a Wiki section. It's pretty specific, unless it is really good (full

Re: [Wicket-user] Some beginner's questions

2005-04-07 Thread Eelco Hillenius
The other case I was originally posting about (ie. having full screen design in html) is pretty much standard wicket use, only with small optimization related to coding work (ie. instantiate suitable wicket components like TextField, DropDownChoice, RadioChoice based on bean's

Re: [Wicket-user] Some beginner's questions

2005-04-07 Thread Eelco Hillenius
like form-name.property-name in a resource bundle. This would work very well. Our old system has this done just like this. Ari S. Jonathan Locke wrote: Eelco Hillenius wrote: We could also consider making this a contrib component, or maybe even just a Wiki section. It's pretty

Re: [Wicket-user] WebSession#getHttpSession returns null

2005-04-07 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Nope, though Martijn *is* very bussy writing articles. Volunteer? Eelco Jonathan (Carlson) P.S. Who's writing the Wicket book? Anyone yet? :-) --- SF email is sponsored by - The IT Product Guide Read honest candid reviews on hundreds of

Re: [Wicket-user] Nullpointerexception in MultipartWebRequest

2005-04-09 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Jan, are you working on head? If so, could you try changing getParameters from: public String[] getParameters(final String key) { return getParameter(key).split(,); } to public String[] getParameters(final String key) { String val =

[Wicket-user] where did cdapp go?

2005-04-13 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I saw this question (where did cdapp go) on one of the lists recently. Cdapp was moved to wicket-stuff (http://wicket-stuff.sourceforge.net/) as part of the examples subproject. Unfortunately, I haven't had the time to make a decent distrubution, so you won't find it in the file section. The

Re: [Wicket-user] TreeTable

2005-04-14 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I'm not sure I understand what you're looking for. Do you mean HTML table? In that case you can just put the tree in the td (like td span wicket:id=someTree / /td). Could you tell us in more detail what you want? Eelco Stephen Knight wrote: Hello, Has anyone created a TreeTable component? I

Re: [Wicket-user] Legos -- lowering the bar

2005-04-14 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I just worked on the manual a bit more. Can't believe how much time it costs to just put down a couple of sentences, but well... http://wicket.sourceforge.net/wiki/doku.php?id=newuserguide Eelco Jonathan Carlson wrote: Thanks, I hadn't thought of using the Wiki for this.

Re: [Wicket-user] Kick-start project?

2005-04-15 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I think that's Wicket quickstart, which is now in Wicket Stuff (http://wicket-stuff.sourceforge.net) Eelco Per Ejeklint wrote: Hi all, is there an empty Eclipse-project to use as a start for new Wicket-applications floating around somewhere? I think I read about it somewhere but can't find

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: Kick-start project?

2005-04-15 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Yep. Who'll bug Matt though, as I think he is the one who decides which frameworks are supported... Especially the sub project 'Equinox' would be a breeze to develop (basically, it's a simple CRUD app with a pageable list). Eelco Stephen Knight wrote: It would be really cool if there was a

Re: [Wicket-user] Portlet Support

2005-04-16 Thread Eelco Hillenius
there? Anything you could recommend? Currently I like the looks of Liferay, especially since they now support the 'light weight' (non-EJB) model. However, GridSphere, Gluecode, Stringbeans and Jetspeed are alternatives... Regards, Eelco Eelco Hillenius wrote: Nope, we don't support that at this time

Re: [Wicket-user] Kick Start your Wicket Development!

2005-04-18 Thread Eelco Hillenius
It would be great if you could send a 'get started in NetBeans' for dummies description. We'll put that on the site/ in our docs (and I'll give it a try as well :)). I had some problems getting the projects from sourceforge using SSH. I found this:

Re: [Wicket-user] Kick Start your Wicket Development!

2005-04-18 Thread Eelco Hillenius
where to put it, etc.) 4. Click Finish. That's it. If anything's unclear, please let me know. Thanks, Geertjan PS: Whose name is Dutcher: yours or mine? :-) Eelco Hillenius wrote: It would be great if you could send a 'get started in NetBeans' for dummies description. We'll put that on the site

Re: [Wicket-user] 1.0 release idea...

2005-04-18 Thread Eelco Hillenius
That's a smart trick they're doing. I'm not whether it is a good idea for Wicket however. I think we're not doing that bad, having just 3 needed dependencies (ognl, concurrent and commons-logging... can someone confirm we don't need dom4j?). The advantage of not packaging the jars is that it

Re: [Wicket-user] URL Encoding.

2005-04-18 Thread Eelco Hillenius
That certainly would be nice functionality. Alternatives (for now): - use a filter (I thought that was mentioned in an earlier discussion as well); - put you webapplication in a frameset, so that the user doesn't see the urls. Eelco Juergen Donnerstag wrote: no, not yet, but an RFE has already

Re: [Wicket-user] Wizards in wicket.

2005-04-19 Thread Eelco Hillenius
There are generally two ways of doing this (I think): 1. Page oriented. Create a page for each step, and record your status by either passing it to the step pages as you construct them. 2. Panel oriented, using: a. 'replace'. This way you have one panel (e.g. 'mywizPanel'), where your step

Re: [Wicket-user] Wizards in wicket.

2005-04-19 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Maybe we should write out a competition: who builds the best high-level reusable wizzard component :) Eelco Martijn Dashorst wrote: I have put this on the wiki (http://wicket.sourceforge.net/wiki/doku.php?id=user:building_wizard_functionality), as this is a recurring question... Martijn Eelco

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-19 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I don't know what your problem is; I need more code. Anyway, here are a few hints for working with converters in general: - be sure conversion works two ways. Generally you have to have a converter for get- and one for setObject; - conversion is only automatic when you use the PropertyModels

Re: [Wicket-user] wiki

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
It was our idea to have at least a part that can be edited by devs only, and to have a 'public edit' part. I'm not sure what happened with the public part though. Hmmm... maybe we should make it more open? Eelco Jonathan Carlson wrote: I'm curious why a Sourceforge e-mail address is required to

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
from that, what else could be going wrong? Gili Eelco Hillenius wrote: I don't know what your problem is; I need more code. Anyway, here are a few hints for working with converters in general: - be sure conversion works two ways. Generally you have to have a converter for get- and one

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Let's extend the form example in wicket-examples with a custom converter. I think your InternetAddressConverter could make a nice example, right? Eelco Gili wrote: I'd like to discuss this issue online with one of you, preferrably over MSN, AOL, or Yahoo messenger. I am using

Re: [Wicket-user] wiki

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I'm not that well versed with Wiki's, but what does 'open' namespace mean? And how can we get it back on the home page? Eelco Anything under the 'open' namespace can be edited openly, although it looks as if there's no link to it's top from the home page any more!

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
: Sounds good to me. I'm more than happy to contribute it. Gili Eelco Hillenius wrote: Let's extend the form example in wicket-examples with a custom converter. I think your InternetAddressConverter could make a nice example, right? Eelco Gili wrote: I'd like to discuss this issue online

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
you are able to reproduce the same problem on your end. Thanks, Gili Eelco Hillenius wrote: Ah, I just found out that InternetAddress is part of the java mail package. I'll use URL instead; the trick is still the same. Btw, you're a NetBeans user if I remember right... Is the build.xml we put

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Here's my first remark: instead of: catch (AddressException e) { throw new IllegalArgumentException(e); } do: catch (AddressException e) { throw newConversionException(' + value + ' is not a valid URL, value, null); } or anything else that throws a

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
URL instead of InternetAddress (just for the test)? Eelco Eelco Hillenius wrote: Here's my first remark: instead of: catch (AddressException e) { throw new IllegalArgumentException(e); } do: catch (AddressException e) { throw newConversionException(' + value

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
URL by InternetAddress. Gili Eelco Hillenius wrote: I just implemented URL converter here, and it works without problems... I still don't know what your problem is now. Anyway, I'll make the example a bit nicer and commit it later. Could you see whether your problem still exists in HEAD

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-20 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Not sure yet if it is your bug as well, but at least we're on to something. Eelco Gili wrote: Good catch! I'll wait on the bugfix, hopefully it'll solve the problem. Gili Eelco Hillenius wrote: Yeah, found a problem when I stepped all the way through... In CompoundPropertyModel: protected

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-21 Thread Eelco Hillenius
, this is a design misfeature. the easy workaround is to use the bound compound model, which lets you specify propertyType best, jon Eelco Hillenius wrote: Not sure yet if it is your bug as well, but at least we're on to something. Eelco Gili wrote: Good catch! I'll wait on the bugfix

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-21 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I'd go for either the option that Jonathan suggested (providing your own Panel for a node), or - just as easy - create a special Page, that has the redirect in it: html head meta wicket:id=redirect http-equiv=refresh content=0; url=app /head /html On this page, you add:

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-21 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I just made a test that uses a BoundCompoundPropertyModel and a custom class (Address) with a custom converter, and it works like a charm. After that, I tried your exact code, and found the problem at the first run: InternetAddress.parse((String) value) returns InternetAddress[], while you

Re: [Wicket-user] Re: AbstractConverter

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
That's not a bug. Caused by: java.util.MissingResourceException: Unable to find resource: form.email.TypeValidator at wicket.Localizer.getString(Localizer.java:147) means Wicket can't find resource with key 'form.email.TypeValidator'. By default Wicket throws an exception when it can't find

Re: [Wicket-user] multiple submit button question.

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
I'm +1 for allways validating the form. If you (the user) want to get around that, you can allways just add a Link instead of a button that works with a form. Eelco --- SF email is sponsored by - The IT Product Guide Read honest candid

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Eelco Hillenius wrote: I'd go for either the option that Jonathan suggested (providing your own Panel for a node), or - just as easy - create a special Page, that has the redirect in it: html head meta wicket:id=redirect http-equiv=refresh content=0; url=app /head /html On this page, you add

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
object and not a string. so instead it might be: redirectTo(new RedirectPage(www.google.com)) Eelco Hillenius wrote: Actually, I think it would make a nice API addition. We could have a 'redirect page' packaged with Wicket (you'd never have to use it directly), and you call redirectTo

Re: [Wicket-user] Redirect form on timer

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
You can't do that with the current request cycle. However, you could use the same trick as in the 'redirect to outside wicket in tree' discussion, but instead of meta wicket:id=redirect http-equiv=refresh content=0; url=app you could do meta wicket:id=redirect http-equiv=refresh content=5;

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Hmmm. I guess using a page object is proper OO. Eelco Hillenius wrote: Well, I don't know what I like better. I like the string argument method for that users don't have to know about a RedirectPage. Eelco Jonathan Locke wrote: uh, i mean setResponsePage(new RedirectPage(...)) Jonathan Locke

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Just do what we were discussing: include a component (e.g. a WebMarkupContainer) and attach that to the meta tag, and use the visible property (set it to true when you want the meta tag to render, and thus have the redirection happen). Kind of copy paste of the RedirectPage. Eelco Gili wrote:

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
() wouldn't get invoked? Where am I supposed to setVisible(false)? Thanks, Gili Gili wrote: Ok, sounds good. Thanks! :) Gili Eelco Hillenius wrote: Just do what we were discussing: include a component (e.g. a WebMarkupContainer) and attach that to the meta tag, and use the visible property (set

Re: [Wicket-user] Retaining state across Page refreshes

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
You can do that easier I think. Just have your redirect header in there all the time, but have the visible property false. In your submit handler, you set the visible property true, and the redirect will happen. If you want to be sure the flag is only set false when you are in your submit

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
Agreed, I followed up myself :) Jonathan Locke wrote: the thing i don't like about it is that it gets users started thinking about urls. if they see this method, their next question may be something inappropriate, like how do i get the url to page x so i can redirect to it... Eelco Hillenius

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
and it would be useful to be able to specify a non-zero value. Gili Juergen Donnerstag wrote: I'll do it tonight. Juergen On 4/22/05, Eelco Hillenius [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Erhm... could you do that when you have access to CVS later on? I am not very familiar with that part of Wicket, and I

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
. Thanks, Gili Eelco Hillenius wrote: It works with a RedirectPage, not directly with the redirectTo method. setResponsePage(new RedirectPage(redirectUrl)); or setResponsePage(new RedirectPage(redirectUrl, 5)); // 5 seconds Eelco Gili wrote: Correction: what I meant to say is that it would

Re: [Wicket-user] redirect to outside of wicket in tree

2005-04-22 Thread Eelco Hillenius
already exists, but we could supply one too Eelco Hillenius wrote: Ah, ok. Good point; didn't think of that. However, I don't think it is something we should support out of the box. It is very easy to implement yourself. Core doesn't have to support everything you can ever think of, right

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