Luly can you confirm this only happens with IE/ Opera or does it also
happen with e.g. Firefox?

Eelco


On 9/1/06, Matej Knopp <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I guess I might know what's causing it. It's not the header contribution
> code. It's the initialization code.
>
> the thing is that prior 1.2.2 no javascript in the
> <component></component> was executed. When setting outerhtml in Internet
> explorer the javascript in the outer html is not executed. This is also
> true for opera.
>
> In 1.2.2 there is a workaround so that the javascript is executed. This
> might cause the calendar initialized twice (or more) for same control.
> Which could cause the deadlock. So the solution might be to make the
> initializing javascript check whether it was already initialized for
> given component or not.
>
> Other than this, I don't know what could be causing this behavior.
>
> -Matej
>
> Iuly wrote:
> > I've repoduced also this java script error in the following context :
> > Here is the ajax context and also component hierarchy involved.
> > So in my page I have a main container which extends Border component. I've
> > set on this container
> > setOutputMarkupId(true). Let's name this container A.
> > Panel(extends Panel component) that contains DatePicker component is child
> > of A.
> > This child defines a form component that has 2 DatePicker components inside
> > and associated inputs and also other inputs. Let's name the child of border
> > container B.
> > I've called also on form on B setOutputMarkupId(true).
> >
> > First time when the page is rendered all inputs from B are disabled(using
> > AttributeModifier) and both DatePicker components work properly.
> > I have also a AjaxSubmitButton that enables all the inputs from B.
> > Clicking on it inputs became enabled (I am using here AttributeModifier),
> > but both
> > DatePicker components generate that java script error.
> > What I'm doing in onSubmit method of that AjaxSubmitButton is the following
> > :
> > target.addComponent(A);
> >
> >
> > samyem wrote:
> >> I keep getting this error on the Date Picker:
> >>
> >> Error: too much recursion
> >> Source File:
> >> http://localhost:8081/mm/app/resources/wicket.extensions.markup.html.datepicker.DatePicker/calendar.js
> >> Line: 1796
> >>
> >> See my source code for the HTML generated in my browser:
> >>  http://www.nabble.com/user-files/235808/problem.txt problem.txt
> >>
> >> I can see that the calendar.js is included several times, probably each
> >> one for every time I ajax-refresh the panel with the date picker. Also,
> >> there is a big mess generated in the HTML with tons of &amp;nbsp; . Is
> >> this my fault or something wrong with wicket? I am using the latest wicket
> >> from SVN.
> >>
> >
>
>
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