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2011/3/11 Serban Balamaci <serban.balam...@asf.ro>

> Hello everybody.
> I'm interested in Wicket for a public site. I want to use stateless pages
> in
> order to have nice looking pages indexed by Google(no JSESSIONID in the
> url)
> There is an approach to remove JSESSIONID from the url for search bots but
> I
> do not like it since that would mean that any link to another page
> contained
> in that page would cause a Page Expired error since the session is lost
> thus
> no deep page navigation.
> So how would you implement AJAX since having AjaxLinks and even
> AjaxEventBehaviour makes a stateless page become statefull?
> There is the jolira tools wicket-stateless which provides
> StatelessAjaxFallbackLink, but it seems that there is the link is inside a
> repeater "it could be that the component is inside a repeater make your
> component return false in getStatelessHint()" which pretty much means that
> the page becomes statefull.
> I'm even considering using JQuery for AJAX and so looked at WiQuery with
> WiQueryAbstractAjaxBehavior but alas it extends
> AbstractDefaultAjaxBehavior.
> So perhaps using JQuery ajax requesting from with a generic WebPage serving
> wicket panels based on page parameters? This seems a poor approach.
> In the end, what other framework would you recommend? Preferably JAVA
> based.
> Maybe Play framework(not a fan of the templating sintax)?
> Thank you.
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