One way is to provide beforeSend hook for this specific ajax behavior:
AjaxCallListener().onBeforeSend("YOUR CODE HERE")).

Another way is to set a custom query parameter that will help you recognize
it in the global ajax listener:
1) either override #getCallbackUrl() { return super.getCallbackUrl() +
"&isMyTimer=true"; }
2) or use attributes.getExtraParameters().put("isMyTimer", "true")

Martin Grigorov
Wicket Training and Consulting

On Wed, Aug 27, 2014 at 8:45 PM, fachhoch <fachh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> how to identify the ajax request  originated due to
> AbstractAjaxTimerBehavior  in   /ajax/call/beforeSend  event?
> I am adding  AbstractAjaxTimerBehavior   to my page  and would like to
> identify in beforesend function if the request originated due to timer in
> AbstractAjaxTimerBehavior   ?
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