I mean that <wicket:fragment> should be in <wicket:extend>,
<wicket:panel> or <wicket:border> if any of those is used.

Your pasted code is not easy to follow but I think you should pass the
"form" as parent container of the fragment instance.

On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 2:12 PM, rawe <ralph.wey...@dachser.com> wrote:
> Martin, do you mean something like ??
>
> /
> <div wicket:id="contentFragment1"/>
> <wicket:child>
> <wicket:fragment wicket:id="orderFragment1">
>
>    <fieldset>
>  ...
>    </fieldset>
> </wicket:fragment>
> </wicket:child>
> /
>
> Doesn't work!
>
> But normally I don't need a child tag due I don't include markup from a
> subclass
>
> My fragment class is extended from an AbstractFragment class which extends
> Fragment
> I' m using just one markup file.
>
> Ralph
>
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