Hi Gwyn,

thank you for your reply, 

>   Just down to the defintion of "appserver" - all that's 
> needed is servlet container functionality - We tend to use 
> Jetty as it's easy to embed in IDEs & run standalone, but 
> there's no requirement for it over any other servlet engine.

ok, then it seems as the wicket-homepage is bit away of the official
specification what an 
appserver is (these are only the big-thing with whole EE stack with them)

> > 3. is the Wicket Doc available as a pdf anywhere ?
> No, while there are books on the way, the info's mainly in the
>  1 - Javadocs 
> (http://wicket.sourceforge.net/apidocs/wicket/package-summary.
>  2 - Quick Tour & Examples
> (http://wicket.sourceforge.net/Examples.html &
> http://www.wicket-library.com/wicket-examples/)
> and
>  3 - Wiki (http://wicket.sourceforge.net/wiki)

thank you for that,


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