You could add the form to the AjaxRequestTarget, so that the whole
form is re-displayed. Of course, make sure you updated the relevant
models of the text fields. Another approach is to update those fields
with a javascript function you execute with your ajax response. See
AjaxRequestTarget#appendJavascript. You need to record the markup ids
of the text fields you want to update in that javascript. But the rest
should be fairly simple.

Eelco


On 7/25/06, JK <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> This might be stupid question but I can't find out how to do it... A
> form has DropDownChoice and many TextFields. When choice is made, rest
> of the form is filled with ajax depending the choice. Should I call
> some update method or what?  (Wicket 1.2.1)
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