I've never used it, but Matej created the inmethod grid:
http://wicketstuff.org/grid-examples/

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Jeremy Thomerson
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On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 1:36 PM, Steve Tarlton<starl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am looking to develop a table that has sortable columns, using an ajax
> approach of course. I want to highlight the row that one is mousing over
> with one color and ideally if a row is currently selected it would be
> highlighted with a different color. Additionally, I want to have alternating
> colors for the rows that are not selected. Only one row at a time can be
> selected because the row selected displays its values in a form on the left
> hand side.
>
> I have seen different examples containing pretty much everything I want but
> haven't seen one that does it all. I implemented an example using Igor's
> AjaxFallbackDefaultDataTable, which made it extremely easy to create a
> sortable ajax enabled table :). I have also ran across the alternating
> colors and the mouseover highlighting in the WickeStuff Dojo
> (selectabletable) Example. Is it possible to have it all using one or the
> other approach? Sorry if the answer is obvious, I am still pretty new to
> Wicket.
>

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