Why just don't pass an attribute that means "do not show progress"... and
use the same for all AJAX action that do not need to show progress....


On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 2:58 PM, Marieke Vandamme <marieke.vanda...@tvh.be>wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Okay, I'll do my best to explain more in detail.
>
> When doing an ajax call, we want to show a busy indicator on the page, so
> that the user knows that something is happening and that he must wait for
> the ajax response. This can be done by adding the Generic busy indicator
> (as
> described on the wiki page I linked above). This binds the event before an
> ajax call with following code:
> / Wicket.Event.subscribe('/ajax/call/beforeSend', function( attributes,
> jqXHR, settings ) { showBusysign() });/
>
> For some ajax events, it's not needed to show the busy indators. Now we
> have
> such a case, with a timer, and we don't want to disturb the customer when
> doing the ajax call. On the wiki page with the example, it's explained that
> for specific ajax calls, you can check things, so that the indicator is not
> showing. But the example is for AjaxLinks, where you have an element that
> was clicked, and that element can be retrieved with "event.srcElement" in
> javascript. We use the AjaxSelfUpdatingTimerBehavior, so we don't have an
> element that is clicked.
> Is there a way that we can retrieve the element that the timer is put on?
> Something like "event.srcElement"?
>
> I wanted to comment on the wiki article with this question too, but found
> no
> way to add comment..
>
> Thanks again! Kind Regards, Marieke
>
>
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