On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 11:48 AM, Chris Colman
<chr...@stepaheadsoftware.com> wrote:
> Doh! That approach fails when I target.add a second radio button.
>
> I needed to create a new MarkupContainer to wrap the group in and then I
> target.add() that div and deselection of all items works well.
>
> So it looks like this:
>
> <span wicket:id="radioGroup1">
>        <div wicket:id="radioGroup1Div">
>                <input id="choice1" name="option1" type="radio"
> value="01" wicket:id="choice1">
>                <input id="choice2" name="option1" type="radio"
> value="02" wicket:id="choice2">
>
>
>        </div>
> </span>

<div> inside <span> is invalid HTML. I know that one of those is not
rendered at all because it is attached to the RadioGroup but ...
can't you do radioGroup.setRenderBodyOnly(false) and remove the extra
component ?


>
>>>@Chris: Can't you reset the RadioGroup's model so that none of the
>>>Radios models match and re-render the whole group ?
>>
>>Bingo! I got it working.
>>
>>I wasn't adding the radio button to the target in the event handler.
>>
>>This is what works:
>>
>>       group2Choice1Radio.add(new AjaxEventBehavior("onclick") {
>>               @Override
>>               protected void onEvent(AjaxRequestTarget target) {
>>                       // there is no radio button for o1None so
>>choosing this
>>                       // deselects all radio buttons
>>                       setGroup1Option(new Integer(MyModel.o1None));
>>target.add(group1Choice1Radio);
>>                       target.add(group1Choice2Radio);
>>               }
>>       });
>>
>>Using this option I need to target.add() for each individual radio
>>button in the group I want to have deselected.
>>
>>I tried using the RadioGroup object as the component added to the
> target
>>like:
>>
>>target.add(option1Group);
>>
>>but got:
>>
>>Last cause: Ajax render cannot be called on component that has
>>setRenderBodyOnly enabled. Component: [RadioGroup [Component id =
>>option1Group]]
>>
>>Which makes sense because the RadioGroup component's tags disappear
> when
>>the markup is rendered.
>>
>>Regards,
>>Chris
>>
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