I recently needed to do this, I come with a simple solution (quickly
deprecated by our main application architecture however). I blogged about
it here

I hope it will help you, I don't know if it works well with Wicket 6
(written for 1.5).


Cedric Gatay
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On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 5:25 PM, Steve Lowery <slow...@gatessolutions.com>wrote:

> I found several threads on the user list about converting a Component into
> a String.  There are at least 2 very valid use cases where doing this makes
> sense:
> 1.  You are trying to create an html email to send out to your customers.
>  Building that content out with wicket is a great way to do it.  We are
> able to harness Wicket's awesome i18n capabilities to generate the content.
>  Otherwise, we resort to ResourceBundles or having to introduce some other
> templating library.
> 2.  Many Javascript APIs/JQuery Plugins (i.e. growl notifications,
> popovers, etc) want the html content passed in.  Again, ideally the
> component is written in wicket.
> The threads I've seen have asked for potential ways to do this, but I'm
> wondering if this is a utility that should be included within Wicket
> itself.  What do you think?
> If you think this type of utility does not belong in the framework and
> should be implemented by the users instead, can you provide a wicket 6 way
> of accomplishing this?
> Thanks.
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