Mark, Try taking a look at the addComponentInstantiationListener method on the Application class. It takes one parameter of type IComponentInstantiationListener and that interface has one method which is onInstantiation(Component component). Every time a component gets instantiated it will be handed to this listener so maybe you can write your own dependency injection code there. I would think that is what the WeldApplication is doing under the covers but since it isn't working for you then you may have more luck just writing it yourself. The other trick is to making this work is obtaining a reference to your weld context. I use Spring so I'm not familiar with what it takes with Weld.
I hope this helps. Thanks, Josh -----Original Message----- From: Ericksen, Mark W (IS) [mailto:mark.erick...@ngc.com] Sent: Friday, March 26, 2010 11:52 AM To: email@example.com Subject: Wicket and JEE6 Hi, I'm building a new java project using all JEE6 technologies. That means I'm using JPA, CDI, and JSF2 for example. Each layer came together great with fully annotated classes until I got to the JSF2 layer which drove me crazy because JSF wants to mess with HTML element ids and names. In looking for alternative view layers I came across Wicket. The technology seems great in terms of its philosophy to keep presentation code separate, except I'm not finding much information about its support for JEE6 technologies. In particular searches for support for CDI (aka WebBeans, aka Weld) only got me to an old example in the Seam project. I cannot find any current references to using Weld within a Wicket project where I can use annotations such as @Inject, @Named, @ApplicationScoped, etc. So my very first question for this list of experts is this: Is there currently any support for Weld in Wicket? Downloading the Weld project from JBoss, I included the weld-wicket.jar into my project and my application is subclassed from WeldApplication. No such luck. Any class injected using @Inject is still null. I am using GlassFish v3 which has all the JEE6 goodies included. Developing with Eclipse. Any help is *greatly* appreciated! -Mark --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: users-unsubscr...@wicket.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail: users-h...@wicket.apache.org