I fixed it with this:
            <form wicket:id="wrapperForm_0" >
                        <div wicket:id="modalWindow_0"></div>
and so got DateTimeFieldS working correctly in IE when using ModalX
Only problem is that it adds extra height to the caption area.

From: Chris Colman [mailto:chr...@stepaheadsoftware.com] 
Sent: Monday, 8 August 2011 2:32 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Form in a form for ModalWindows
Having problems trying to get DateTimeField working inside a ModalWindow
in IE* (same code works fine on all other browsers). I believe it is
because, for some reason, every ModalWindow containing a form must be
enclosed within an outer form. I've tried:
<div wicket:id="modalWindow_0"></div> 
But it makes no difference. The problem still occurs.
Is it sufficient to just 'wrap' the ModalWindow in a form or do I need
to do some extra bits to make it happy?
Yours sincerely,
Chris Colman
Pagebloom Team Leader,
Step Ahead Software

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