Were you able to find a solution?

LLehtinen wrote:
> 
> Hi -
> 
> I have "normal" POST requests coming from an external website. I would 
> like to have a model object's members populated with the matching HTTP 
> parameter values sent in the request. I have a feeling that there is an 
> obvious an elegant way of having Wicket do this for me, but I can't seem 
> to figure it out at this late hour. I would appreciate it if someone 
> could point me to the right direction!
> 
> Right now I'm depending on a bunch of getRequest().getParameter() calls 
> which seems way too servlet-ish to be the "right" way of doing this.
> 
> For clarity:
> 
> Let's say the incoming POST request contains the following parameters: 
> id and name.
> 
> I would like to have Wicket populate a POJO (a model object) like this 
> for me:
> 
> public class ModelObject {
>   private Long id;
>   private String name;
> 
>   .. getters & setters ..
> 
> }
> 
> instead of doing
> 
> Long id = Long.parseLong(getRequest().getParameter("id"));
> String name = getRequest().getParameter("name");
> 
> Thank you all for your quick responses to my earlier questions.
> 
> --
> LL
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