I believe this question has been asked few weeks ago and we found the
solution, no ?

On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 9:07 AM, cknafl <chr.kn...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi!
> We are having two frameworks for one project (wicket 1.4 and struts). Was
> no
> problem until now.
> We want to migrate the whole client to wicket 6.2.
> From my struts pages I have a URL like
> http://localhost:8080/application/wicket/foo?id=1111 to my wicket-page.
> That works, because of the annotation MountPath with the value "foo" on the
> Pageclass.
> And on this wicket page i am linking to another wicketpage, but not with
> mountpath (I don't need it here), but with setResponsePage(new BarPage());.
> Now my URL is something like
> http://localhost:8080/application/wicket/wicket/page?3.
> This is the result of PageInstanceMapper mapHandler....L:137-141
> That would be OK, if my whole application would be wicket. But from these
> wicket-pages I am also linking to Struts-Pages with the prefix "../".
> Because "wicket/" is two times in the URL now, this doesn't work anymore
> and
> results in a not-found exception.
> Strange thing is, when I am annotating my pageclass with MountPath(value =
> "wtf"), it works perfectly, although I am calling this page with
> setResponsePage(new Page()) and not via MountPath. Then the MountedMapper
> is
> used for the UR
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