the javadoc in the later versions mentions that it is enabled by
default, however if you are using the default secondlevel caching page
store it will be disabled...


On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 11:10 PM, Carlo Camerino
<> wrote:
> hi,
> actually i'm able to make it work some how using this setting
> getPageSettings().setAutomaticMultiWindowSupport(true);
> it creates a new page map everytime i open a page in a new tab or new window.
> however in the wicket documentation it says that it is enabled by
> default. but upon checking it seems that it is not enabled by default
> that's why i'm confused.
> any recommendations regarding this?
> i can now check the page map name for each page and throw a redirect
> if a new page map is encountered other than the default.
> carlo
> On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 5:50 AM, Phil Housley <> 
> wrote:
>> 2009/9/29 Carlo Camerino <>:
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> We have this requirement in which we cannot allow the customer to copy
>>> paste the url that's appearing in the address bar into the same
>>> browser. For example in a different tab or in a new window. This can
>>> easily be done in Wicket Framework since the url has a corresponding
>>> page attached to it. For example if i get
>>> http://localhost/wicket:interface=1 appearing in the address bar, I
>>> can open anew tab paste the url and I could get into the same page.
>>> The users don't want this behavior. Could I make it work in such a way
>>> that I copy http://localhost/wicket:inteface=1, when i try to copy and
>>> paste it, it will redirect me to an error page? This happens even
>>> after the user has already logged in. Really need help on this
>>> one.....
>> I've been playing with the ideas from
>> for something of my own, which might fit the bill in a way.  Following
>> that you can convince wicket to serve up every instance of a mounted
>> page from exactly the same URL.  That means if you copy the url, you
>> get a brand new instance of the page.  You lose the ability to
>> refresh, but if you are being strict on that sort of thing, I guess
>> you will have a refresh button on the page when and only when it is
>> appropriate.
>> --
>> Phil Housley
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