yes until the default 10MB.... i already said that.

On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 09:58, Jürgen Lind <juergen.l...@iteratec.de> wrote:

> Thank you for pointing me to the means to tune the DiskPagestore size.
> The only question that remains is whether it is normal that it keeps
> growing
> and by what extend.
>
> J.
>
>
>
> Johan Compagner wrote:
>
>> yes it grows until a max
>>
>> public DiskPageStore()
>>    {
>>        this((int)Bytes.megabytes(10).bytes(),
>> (int)Bytes.megabytes(100).bytes(), 50);
>>    }
>>
>> (10MB for one pagemap and 100MB for a complete session over multiply
>> pagemaps)
>>
>> On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 09:44, Jürgen Lind <juergen.l...@iteratec.de>
>> wrote:
>>
>>  Probably I was a bit unclear, I was talking about the serialized session
>>> on disk. Does the "should not grow" aspect apply there, too?
>>>
>>> J.
>>>
>>>
>>> Igor Vaynberg wrote:
>>>
>>>  considering wicket only keeps last-accessed page in session your
>>>> session shouldnt just keep growing...
>>>>
>>>> -igor
>>>>
>>>> On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 11:20 PM, Jürgen Lind <juergen.l...@iteratec.de
>>>> >
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>  One more thing: just as a rule of thumb, what would be a reasonable
>>>>> amount of data that gets added to the session for a single request?
>>>>> 20k? 100k?
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>
>>>>> J.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Michael Sparer wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>  I took a cursory glance over your code and saw
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  item.add(new Link("update", new Model(auftrag))
>>>>>>
>>>>>> this way the "auftrag" gets into your session, you should say
>>>>>> item.getModel() there instead of new Model(auftrag)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> check your code if there is similar stuff in it - spotting those
>>>>>> things
>>>>>> might be quite tedious, but you could e.g. temporarily remove the
>>>>>> "Serializable" from your model-classes and go spotting nonserializable
>>>>>> exceptions until they don't ocurr anymore.
>>>>>> hope that helps a bit - and thanks for beating leverkusen in 2000 ;-)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> regards,
>>>>>> Michael
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Jürgen Lind-2 wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  After some twiddling I found that the PagingNavigator seems to be the
>>>>>>> culprit.
>>>>>>> If I leave it out, the session grows only moderately, when I put it
>>>>>>> in,
>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>> domain objects end up in the session... Anyway here is the code:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> public class AuftragUebersicht extends MasterLayout {
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  @SpringBean
>>>>>>>  private AuftragBA auftragBA;
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public AuftragUebersicht() {
>>>>>>>   this.initComponents();
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  private void initComponents() {
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   final AuftragDataView auftragDataView = new
>>>>>>> AuftragDataView("resultList",
>>>>>>>       new AuftragDataProvider(AuftragUebersicht.this.auftragBA), 10);
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   Form form = new Form("searchForm") {
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>     public Form initComponents() {
>>>>>>>       final TextField auftragsnummerField = new
>>>>>>> TextField("auftragsnummer",
>>>>>>>                                                            new
>>>>>>> Model(""));
>>>>>>>       add(auftragsnummerField);
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>       Button searchButton = new Button("search") {
>>>>>>>         public void onSubmit() {
>>>>>>>           String auftragsnummer =
>>>>>>> auftragsnummerField.getModelObjectAsString();
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>           AuftragDataProvider p = (AuftragDataProvider)
>>>>>>>                                    auftragDataView.getDataProvider();
>>>>>>>           p.setQuery(new AuftragUebersichtQuery(auftragsnummer));
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>           if (auftragDataView.getDataProvider().size() == 0) {
>>>>>>>             AuftragUebersicht.this.info("No results found!");
>>>>>>>           }
>>>>>>>         }
>>>>>>>       };
>>>>>>>       add(searchButton);
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>       return this;
>>>>>>>     }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   }.initComponents();
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   WebMarkupContainer resultListContainer = new
>>>>>>> WebMarkupContainer("resultListContainer") {
>>>>>>>     public boolean isVisible() {
>>>>>>>       return auftragDataView.getDataProvider().size() > 0;
>>>>>>>     }
>>>>>>>   };
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   CheckGroup group = new CheckGroup("group", new
>>>>>>> ArrayList<PartnerAuftrag>());
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   group.add(new CheckGroupSelector("groupselector"));
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   group.add(auftragDataView);
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   resultListContainer.add(new PagingNavigator("navigator",
>>>>>>> auftragDataView));
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   resultListContainer.add(group);
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   form.add(resultListContainer);
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   this.add(form);
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> public class AuftragDataView extends DataView {
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public AuftragDataView(String id, IDataProvider dataProvider, int
>>>>>>> itemsPerPage) {
>>>>>>>   super(id, dataProvider, itemsPerPage);
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  @Override
>>>>>>>  protected void populateItem(final Item item) {
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   final PartnerAuftrag auftrag = (PartnerAuftrag)
>>>>>>> item.getModelObject();
>>>>>>>   item.add(new Label("auftragsnummer", auftrag.getAuftragsnummer()));
>>>>>>>   ...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   item.add(new Link("update", new Model(auftrag)) {
>>>>>>>     public void onClick() {
>>>>>>>       AuftragBearbeiten page = new AuftragBearbeiten((PartnerAuftrag)
>>>>>>> getModelObject());
>>>>>>>       setResponsePage(page);
>>>>>>>     }
>>>>>>>   });
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   item.add(new AttributeModifier("class", true, new
>>>>>>> AbstractReadOnlyModel() {
>>>>>>>     public Object getObject() {
>>>>>>>       return (item.getIndex() % 2 == 1) ? "even" : "odd";
>>>>>>>     }
>>>>>>>   }));
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  @Override
>>>>>>>  protected void onDetach() {
>>>>>>>   super.onDetach();
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> public class AuftragDataProvider implements IDataProvider {
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  private AuftragBA                  auftragBA;
>>>>>>>  private AuftragUebersichtQuery     query;
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  private Collection<PartnerAuftrag> result;
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public AuftragDataProvider(AuftragUebersichtQuery query, AuftragBA
>>>>>>> auftragBA) {
>>>>>>>   this.query = query;
>>>>>>>   this.auftragBA = auftragBA;
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public AuftragUebersichtQuery getQuery() {
>>>>>>>   return this.query;
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public void setQuery(AuftragUebersichtQuery query) {
>>>>>>>   this.query = query;
>>>>>>>   this.result = null;
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public Iterator<PartnerAuftrag> iterator(int first, int count) {
>>>>>>>   if (this.result == null) {
>>>>>>>     this.performQuery();
>>>>>>>   }
>>>>>>>   return new ArrayList<PartnerAuftrag>(this.result).subList(first,
>>>>>>> first + count).iterator();
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public IModel model(final Object object) {
>>>>>>>   return new DetachablePartnerAuftragModel((PartnerAuftrag) object,
>>>>>>> this.auftragBA);
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public int size() {
>>>>>>>   if (this.result == null) {
>>>>>>>     this.performQuery();
>>>>>>>   }
>>>>>>>   return this.result.size();
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public void detach() {
>>>>>>>   this.result = null;
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  private void performQuery() {
>>>>>>>   ...
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> public class DetachablePartnerAuftragModel extends
>>>>>>> LoadableDetachableModel
>>>>>>> {
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  private Long      id;
>>>>>>>  private AuftragBA auftragBA;
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public DetachablePartnerAuftragModel(PartnerAuftrag auftrag,
>>>>>>> AuftragBA
>>>>>>> auftragBA) {
>>>>>>>   this(auftrag.getAuftragsId(), auftragBA);
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  public DetachablePartnerAuftragModel(Long id, AuftragBA auftragBA) {
>>>>>>>   this.id = id;
>>>>>>>   this.auftragBA = auftragBA;
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  @Override
>>>>>>>  protected Object load() {
>>>>>>>   return this.auftragBA.findAuftragByAuftragsId(this.id);
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>  @Override
>>>>>>>  protected void onDetach() {
>>>>>>>   super.onDetach();
>>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Michael Sparer wrote:
>>>>>>>  > the objects shouldn't be serialized into the session if you're
>>>>>>> using
>>>>>>>  > loadabledetachable models, please show us some code
>>>>>>>  >
>>>>>>>  > regards,
>>>>>>>  > Michael
>>>>>>>  >
>>>>>>>  >
>>>>>>>  > Jürgen Lind-2 wrote:
>>>>>>>  >> Hi,
>>>>>>>  >>
>>>>>>>  >> I have a question on how the DataView component is supposed to
>>>>>>> work.
>>>>>>> In my
>>>>>>>  >> application, I have to show quite large list of entities and so I
>>>>>>> am
>>>>>>> using
>>>>>>>  >> a DataView together with LoadableDetachableModels to read the
>>>>>>> data
>>>>>>> on
>>>>>>>  >> demand.
>>>>>>>  >> However, when looking at the serialized sessions, I can observe
>>>>>>> that
>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>>  >> session size constantly increases by a fairly large amount
>>>>>>> although
>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>> am
>>>>>>>  >> just using the navigator to page through the list. Also, when
>>>>>>> looking
>>>>>>> into
>>>>>>>  >> the serialized session, I can see that the objects that are
>>>>>>> supposed
>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>  >> be reloaded on demand are serialized into the session as well.
>>>>>>>  >>
>>>>>>>  >> Is this the behavior that I would expect from the DataView or am
>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>> making
>>>>>>>  >> some mistake here?
>>>>>>>  >>
>>>>>>>  >> Regards,
>>>>>>>  >>
>>>>>>>  >> J.
>>>>>>>  >>
>>>>>>>  >> --
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>>>>>>>  >
>>>>>>>  > -----
>>>>>>>  > Michael Sparer
>>>>>>>  > http://talk-on-tech.blogspot.com
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> --
>>>>>>> Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Jürgen Lind
>>>>>>>
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>>>>>> http://talk-on-tech.blogspot.com
>>>>>>
>>>>>>  --
>>>>> Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
>>>>>
>>>>> Jürgen Lind
>>>>>
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