Thanks.  I changed my implementation:

    radio.setModel(new Model("a"));

This is a whole lot simpler than the CompoundPropertyModel approach that
I was using.

(BTW, my form has only input field:   the radio choice)

Sean


Levy, Jeremy wrote:
> You could just set the option in your model.
>
> Jeremy
>
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: [Wicket-user] RadioChoice, default selection
>
>
> I am using the RadioChoice class in Wicket 1.2
>
>         import wicket.markup.html.form.*;
>
>         RadioChoice radio = new RadioChoice("choice");
>
>         List<String> choices = new ArrayList<String>();
>         choices.add("a");
>         choices.add("b");
>         choices.add("c");
>
>         radio.setModel(new CompoundPropertyModel(this));
>         radio.setChoices(choices);
>
>
> When the page is displayed to the user, I want the "a" option to be
> selected by default.
>
> How can I do this with RadioChoice?
>
> I'm looking for a Java method like this:
>
>         radio.setSelection(0);
>
> Cheers,
>
> Sean
>
>
>
>




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