I see, well I am happy I could help, and it sounds like you have quite an
interesting project.

Good Luck,
  Matthew

Uwe Schäfer-2 wrote:
> 
> On 02/04/2011 09:07 PM, msj121 wrote:
> 
>> You could have an automatic listener that takes the "getMarkupId(...)"
>> and
>> preppend, or append to the id, or do it by hand (not my favourite
>> choice).
> 
> good idea. i´ll try just setMarkupId(prefix+getMarkupId()) with an 
> IComponentInstantiationListener.
> 
>> Perhaps, you can change the non-wicket ids? would that help? I am not
>> sure
>> why there would be collisions, could you explain more?
> 
> the point is that the functional benefits of the wicket app are supposed 
> to be included in a third-party-web-page with only a script tag (just 
> like banners normally do).
> therefore i have no control over the ids already used in the page, that 
> the wicket app is supposed to be included in.
> 
>  > Perhaps there is a
>  > more elegant solution, without using wicket....
> 
> believe me, i tried. what is to be included has quite some conversation 
> & state, so that doing all this ajaxy stuff with just bare-knuckle 
> servlets & jQuery is so incredibly hard to do, that i came back to 
> wicket after almost 2 days, i now deeply regret ;)
> 
> thanks, uwe
> 
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