I thought about that myself too. I'd be fine letting
RequestCycle.get(), Session.get() and Application.get() return null if
the thread local is not set. What do others think of this?

Eelco


On 8/25/06, Jaime De La Jara <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi, I was wondering why Session.get() throws a WicketRuntimeException if the
> session does not exists, in my app I define an AuthorizationStrategy and I'm
> also using some spring interceptors where I get a user object that is saved
> in the session but I had to include a try/catch block in each case to
> prevent a NEP in the former case. If the session is null why it does not
> return it?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Jaime.
>
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