Hi Sebastien,

Thank you for your quick reply before :)

Jboss, JMS, MDB are such a new thing for me. I heard them before but just never 
use it in real apps.
I'm considering AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehaviour like you've suggested while 
waiting for others reply to this topic. 


 From: Sebastien <seb...@gmail.com>
To: users@wicket.apache.org; Noven <noven_...@yahoo.com> 
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2013 6:24 AM
Subject: Re: ASK: Updating one wicket page's component from other wicket apps


Well, if you want your 2 webapps communicates "live", maybe 
you should consider an application server (JBoss?), JMS for sending the 
message, an MDB (message driven bean) to read the message (admin side) 
and wicket native socket (or wicket atmosphere) to send the message back
 to the admin (and refresh the datatable?)

To be honest, it is 
not so easy. So maybe you can refine your requirements. For instance, 
could the updated information not be stored in the database (as they 
already sharing the same DB) instead of sending a message? Then the 
admin page could read the DB next time the page refreshes (or using a 

Hope this helps (a bit)

On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 12:20 AM, Noven <noven_...@yahoo.com> wrote:

My idea is, first the member's apps have to able to call an admin's wicket 
page, than post it using atmosphere to update the component from Admin's page.
>I just don't know what the best practice to achieve calling a wicket page from 
>outside wicket apps.
>Any help or suggestion appreciated. Thanks
> From: Noven <noven_...@yahoo.com>
>To: "users@wicket.apache.org" <users@wicket.apache.org>
>Sent: Monday, January 14, 2013 5:53 AM
>Subject: ASK: Updating one wicket page's component from other wicket apps
>Hi all,
>Currently, I am developing 2 separated wicket apps, they are an Admin's web 
>and a Member's web. Both shared the same database but run in different tomcat 
>My question is how to achieve below use case:
>On member's web: When a member submit a form, the form will send message to 
>update a component (e.g. a datatable) on Admins' page. Or in the form's 
>onSubmit method, it will call/ send parameter to the Admin's page. Later at 
>the Admin's page it will update it's component base on the parameter.
>I read about web service but have not find a good example on how updating a 
>wicket page.

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