Igor -

Thanks for responding.

The User solution would work where all components would share the same reference, but I need each table would have its own reference.

Also, I was thinking it would be nice for each component to have its own Object. I realize I could have been clearer about that.

Thanks,
Keith



On Nov 27, 2009, at 1:16 AM, Igor Vaynberg wrote:

create your own subclass of websession that holds the user and then
anywhere within a wicket request you can get to it via:

((MySession)Session.get()).getUser()

-igor

On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 6:20 PM, Keith Bennett <keithrbenn...@gmail.com > wrote:
All -

I'm coding a Wicket table and would like all the components in the table to
have access to a specific reference.

Another framework I worked with a very long time ago (Vermont Views, I believe) addressed this by providing a user pointer in the class that could be used for any purpose the programmer wanted. It was a void * in C; in
Java it would be an Object reference.

What do you think about adding this to Wicket's Component class, and maybe
even others, like Page, Form, etc.?

Thanks,
Keith

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