I noticed that I could use addOnLoadModifier. However, it makes me know the
javascript to do the ajax. I wanted to do the way I've done it this
quickstart. Is there a way I can make my onload ajax event behavior to
actually work as it is?

-Samyem


samyem wrote:
> 
> I found out that the error happens only when I listen to the onload on
> BODY tag. Here is my quickstart to prove it:
>  http://www.yomari.net/~samyem/wicket-quickstart.zip Quick Start 
> <p/>
> Set the date without refreshing, and then click on the link to refresh the
> panel. The js console will go:
> <p/>
> Error: too much recursion <br/>
> Source File:
> http://localhost:8080/quickstart/app/resources/wicket.extensions.markup.html.datepicker.DatePicker/calendar.js<br/>
> Line: 1796<br/>
> <br/>
> I need the onload for body as I need to load parts of the page after the
> initial load. Please help me solve this problem.
> 
> 
> 

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