Use new BookmarkableLink(MyPage.class);

On 9/16/06, Scott Lusebrink <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> here is a sample of what i was doing, ( i don't have my code infront of me
> but i'll try to be close)
> new BookmarkableLink(new MyPage())
>
> class MyPage
> public MyPage()
> {
> List options =DbUtil.getData()
> List selected = new ArrayList()
> add(new Palette("palette",new Model(selected),new Mode(options)...)
> }
>
> so if I have new bookmarkable link in a table wicket will go to the database
> and get data for every row of the table, instead of only getting the one set
> of data when you click the link.
>
> Hope this clearifize my problem
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