Hi Martijn

Thanks for your reply, it sorted me out. Removed the wicket-contrib-dojo 
jarfile from WEB-INF/lib and everything works now (I did not explicitly use any 
of the classes contained in the dojo jar, but included it because I want to 
eventually do some dojo related stuff - anycase it works now, will worry about 
dojo later). Just glad I can move on :-)


> Willie,
> It appears that somehow you have a wicket-1.1 dependency in your
> application. What other libraries do you use in your project?
> wicket-contrib-dojo, wicket-contrib-scriptaculous, etc?
> Martijn

On 9/16/06, Willie Krause <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hi All
> >
> > I am brand new to wicket, so excuse a possible stupid question. I 
> > downloaded wicket-1.2.2 and created a basic page and application, just so I 
> > get started evaluating wicket. However, I get an error from Tomcat when the 
> > application starts up:
> >
> > java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: wicket/AjaxHandler
> >
> > I have googled and tried the mailing list archive without success. All I 
> > could establish was that the AjaxHandler class has been removed from wicket 
> > at some point. I have only the latest distribution files of wicket, and 
> > somewhere something is still trying to use this missing class. The basic 
> > application and page I have created does nothing but add a Label component. 
> > It cannot be made any simpler.
> >
> > I am not using the quickstart project as a starting point. I just created a 
> > blank web project in eclipse, copied the wicket libs and dependancies to 
> > the right place and started from scratch.
> >
> > Any help/pointers will be greatly appreciated. I am very keen to get over 
> > this hurdle, because it seems like it might be the first component-based 
> > web framework I might consider using. After a frustrating start, however, I 
> > am close to defaulting back to whatever I used previously, but don't want 
> > to give up too quickly, just now I miss out on a possible good thing just 
> > because of one frustrating day. I have to at least get my hands dirty on a 
> > small app before reaching a verdict.
> >
> > Thanks in advance for feedback

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