Doesn't setDefaultFormProcessing(false) work for you? The values should 
be preserved even if model is not update. At least if you're using 
wicket 1.2 or newer.

-Matej

Alexei Sokolov wrote:
> I need some help with the following scenario.
> 
> I have a form and when a user is halfway through it, there is a button 
> which leads to another page. The user enters values in that second page 
> and then goes back to the first one. The user should be allowed to 
> continue entering values and the original entered values should be 
> preserved. What's the best way to implement such a scenario? If I use 
> submit button with default form processing than validation fails, if I 
> disable default form processing than my model is not populated (which is 
> correct, because it can be inconsistent because the form was not 
> completely filled out before user was redirected to another page).
> 
> Thank you,
> Alex
> 
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