Yeah. Check out the NewUserWizard example in wicket-examples/wizard.
That is similar to what you want.

Eelco



On 8/2/06, Igor Vaynberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>
> > My question is, do I have create a sort of adaptor containing this pojo
> > reflecting all its properties and this additional property or is their a
> > smarter way? Is it possible for instance to give the FormComponent for
> this
> > additional field its own PropertyModel (ie the page itself)?
>
>
> sure, why not? just because form has a compound model doesnt mean that you
> have to use it. each component can have any model you wish.
>
> -Igor
>
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