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From JohanDoornen...@filternet.nl
Subject Re: LocalDate UI (datepicker issue) in 1.8.0-Snapshot
Date Sun, 01 Feb 2015 19:29:47 GMT


Hi Martin,



It works OK now. Tnx!

It looks like ISIS-1012 solved it. At least that seems logical to me, since I left the issue
unchanged until now.



[Sorry I wasn't online to save you some hassle with my app. Only first time login gives a
user the ability to create a person. My testuser for this is user 'jeanne' pw 'pass'. (See
shiro.ini)]



Grtz Johan







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	No luck!
	
		I've added "-Duser.language=es -Duser.country=ES" to my VM properties, and I've switched
my browser locale to German, Polish and Chinese.
	
		The date picker works as desired with all combinations.
	
		 
	
		http://momentjs.com/docs/#/i18n/ explains how to change the locale, so I've tried "moment.locale("es")"
in the F12 Dev console but the output was "en". And this is expected because Isis doesn't
provide custom locales for Moment.js, so only the default EN is available.
	
		 
	
		Any hints how to reproduce are welcome!


	
	
		
			
				
					Martin Grigorov
				
					Wicket Training and Consulting
				
					https://twitter.com/mtgrigorov
			
		
	
	

	
		On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 10:41 PM, Martin Grigorov  wrote:

		
			
				And a second later I realized that I've reverted Person class to its original version
before trying with the disabled #disabled().
				
					Now I can edit the date field and all seems OK.
				
					 
				
					I guess it is related to the locale Moment.js uses. I use en_US and I guess Johan uses
nl_NL, and Oscar es_ES.
				
					Trying ...
			
			
				
				
					
						
							
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							On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 10:36 PM, Martin Grigorov  wrote:

							
								
									I've found info.matchingservice.dom.MatchingSecureMutableObject#disabled and modified
it to return null, thus not disabling the entity, but still it appeats not editable in the
UI...
									
										 
									
										Please give more details
								
								
									
									
										
											
												
													Martin Grigorov
												
													Wicket Training and Consulting
												
													https://twitter.com/mtgrigorov
											
										
									
									

									
										
											
												On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 10:31 PM, Martin Grigorov  wrote:

												
													
														Johan,
														
															 
														
															How I can reproduce the issue ?
														
															Initially Person object appeared to be immutable in the UI, so I have removed editing=Editing.DISABLED
from its @DomainObject definition.
														
															But it is still immutable, i.e. I cannot edit it.
													
													
														
														
															
																
																	
																		Martin Grigorov
																	
																		Wicket Training and Consulting
																	
																		https://twitter.com/mtgrigorov
																
															
														
														

														
															
																
																	On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 10:09 PM, Martin Grigorov  wrote:

																	
																		
																			I'll try Johan's app now.
																		
																			
																			
																				
																					
																						
																							Martin Grigorov
																						
																							Wicket Training and Consulting
																						
																							https://twitter.com/mtgrigorov
																					
																				
																			
																			

																			
																				
																					
																						On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 7:31 PM, GESCONSULTOR - Óscar Bou  wrote:

																						
																							
																								Just to clarify it.
																								
																									 
																								
																									The property is of type:
																								
																									 
																								
																									
																										java.util.Date
																								
																								
																									 
																								
																									 
																								
																									HTH,
																								
																									 
																								
																									Oscar
																								
																									 
																								
																									 
																								
																									

																									
																										
																											
																												El 31/1/2015, a las 18:30, GESCONSULTOR - Óscar Bou  escribió:
																											

																											
																												
																													
																														
																															
																																Hi Martin and Johan,
																															
																																 
																															
																																 
																															
																																 
																															
																																I have an issue perhaps related to this one.
																															
																																 
																															
																																I'm working against latest SNAPSHOT (updated right now).
																															
																																 
																															
																																I have the following Entity:
																															
																																 
																															
																																@PersistenceCapable

																																public class GenericOrder {

																																

																																    // {{ OrderDate (property)

																																    private Date orderDate;

																																

																																    @MemberOrder(sequence = "000.000.020")

																																    @Column(allowsNull = "false")

																																    public Date getOrderDate() {

																																        return this.orderDate;

																																    }

																																

																																    public void setOrderDate(final Date orderDate) {

																																        this.orderDate = orderDate;

																																    }

																																

																																    @SuppressWarnings("static-method")

																																    public Date defaultOrderDate() {

																																        return new Date();

																																    }

																																

																																    // }}
																															
																																 
																															
																																   ...
																															
																																}
																															
																																 
																															
																																I create instances with a factory method like this one:
																															
																																 
																															
																																   // {{ createGenericOrder (action)

																																    @ActionSemantics(Of.NON_IDEMPOTENT)

																																    @MemberOrder(sequence = "1")

																																    public GenericOrder createGenericOrder(@XMSActionField(locales
= { @XMSLocale(locale = "es", caption = "Cliente") }) @Named("Customer") final Customer customer,

																																            @XMSActionField(locales = { @XMSLocale(locale
= "es", caption = "Descripción") }) @Named("Description") @Optional final String description)
{

																																

																																        final GenericOrder genericOrder = this.newTransientMultiTenantUnnamedEntity(GenericOrder.class,
null, description);

																																

																																        this.wrap(genericOrder).setCustomer(customer);

																																

																																        this.persist(genericOrder);

																																

																																        return genericOrder;

																																

																																    }

																																 
																															
																																 
																															
																																And the Order.OrderDate property is properly initialized.
																															
																																 
																															
																																But on the Wicket viewer I see that the date shown is "31-01-20",
instead of "31-01-15".
																															
																																 
																															
																																That's been when having on isis.properties:
																															
																																 
																															
																																isis.value.format.date=dd-MM-yyyy 
																															
																																 
																															
																																If changed to:
																															
																																 
																															
																																isis.value.format.date=DD-MM-YYYY
																															
																																 
																															
																																There's no change, showing also "31-01-20".
																															
																																 
																															
																																 
																															
																																Thanks,
																															
																																 
																															
																																Oscar
																															
																																 
																															
																																 
																														
																													
																													
																														
																															
																																

																																
																																	El 30/1/2015, a las 16:55, Martin Grigorov  escribió:

																																	

																																	Johan,

																																	

																																	Do you still face the issue ?

																																	ISIS-1012 has been merged to master already.

																																	

																																	Martin Grigorov

																																	Wicket Training and Consulting

																																	https://twitter.com/mtgrigorov

																																	

																																	On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 11:29 AM, Dan Haywood 

																																	wrote:

																																	

																																	
																																		The changing times are because if the datepicker pattern
*is* present in

																																		isis.properties, then currently it is interpreted differently
than before

																																		... m vs M for months vs minutes.

																																		

																																		I'll review the ISIS-1012 branch and merge into master later
today, at

																																		which point hopefully the issue should go away.

																																		

																																		Thx

																																		Dan

																																		

																																		

																																		On 29 January 2015 at 08:53,  wrote:

																																		

																																		
																																			

																																			

																																			Tnx Martin,

																																			

																																			

																																			

																																			No haste needed at all. It is not a blocking issue at the
moment. I will

																																			keep you posted when I discover more - e.g. when I deploy
on testserver I

																																			will send you a link.

																																			

																																			

																																			

																																			grtz Johan

																																			

																																			

																																			

																																			

																																			Weird, indeed!

																																			I won't have time to try your app today. But I'll do it
as soon as I can!

																																			

																																			Martin Grigorov

																																			Wicket Training and Consulting

																																			https://twitter.com/mtgrigorov

																																			

																																			On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 10:37 AM,  wrote:

																																			

																																			
																																				Hi Martin,

																																				

																																				

																																				

																																				The issue is - for example - I choose januari 15, 2015
in datepicker
																																		
																																		and

																																		
																																			
																																				it displays 13-43-15 in dateinput. In FireFox 13-53-15
and Safari
																																			31-35-15

																																			
																																				

																																				Next login the values can change.. Really weird.

																																				

																																				

																																				

																																				The code: [1] line 115

																																				

																																				

																																				

																																				Grtz Johan

																																				

																																				

																																				

																																				1.

																																				

																																				

																																				 
																																		
																																		https://github.com/johandoornenbal/matching/blob/master/dom/src/main/java/info/matchingservice/dom/Actor/Person.java

																																		
																																			
																																				

																																				

																																				

																																				

																																				Hi,

																																				

																																				The setting is isis.viewer.wicket.datePickerPattern, but
if you don't
																																			have

																																			
																																				it then it should work just fine with its default [1].

																																				There is no need to wait for ISIS-1012.

																																				I've played a lot with
																																			https://github.com/isisaddons/isis-app-kitchensink

																																			
																																				yesterday and didn't find any issue with LocalDate.

																																				What exactly is the problem ?

																																				

																																				1.

																																				

																																				 
																																		
																																		https://github.com/apache/isis/blob/master/component/viewer/wicket/impl/src/main/java/org/apache/isis/viewer/wicket/viewer/settings/WicketViewerSettingsDefault.java#L98

																																		
																																			
																																				

																																				Martin Grigorov

																																				Wicket Training and Consulting

																																				https://twitter.com/mtgrigorov

																																				

																																				On Wed, Jan 28, 2015 at 8:15 PM,  wrote:

																																				

																																				
																																					Hi Martin,

																																					

																																					

																																					

																																					This setting used to work in 1.7.0

																																					

																																					isis.value.format.date=dd-MM-yyyy

																																					

																																					

																																					

																																					So I guess I wait for ISIS-1012 ?

																																					

																																					

																																					

																																					grtz

																																					

																																					Johan

																																					

																																					

																																					

																																					

																																					

																																					

																																					Hi,

																																					

																																					Check your isis.properties.

																																					the datepicker pattern should be: DD-MM-YYYY

																																					With ISIS-1012 (to be merged) this setting will be deprecated
and not
																																				used.

																																				
																																					

																																					Martin Grigorov

																																					Wicket Training and Consulting

																																					https://twitter.com/mtgrigorov

																																					

																																					On Wed, Jan 28, 2015 at 6:31 PM,  wrote:

																																					

																																					
																																						Hi,

																																						

																																						

																																						

																																						A property as org.joda.time.LocalDate does not work
well with the

																																						datepicker in my app. Am I missing something - some
config item
																																				
																																			
																																			or...?

																																			
																																				
																																					
																																						

																																						

																																						

																																						Grtz Johan

																																						 
																																					

																																					

																																					

																																					 
																																				

																																				

																																				

																																				 
																																			

																																			

																																			

																																			 
																																	
																																
																															
																														
																														
																															
																																
																																	

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																											Responsable de Producto
																										
																											Auditor Jefe de Certificación ISO 27001 en BSI
																										
																											CISA, CRISC, APMG ISO 20000, ITIL-F
																										
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contienen información reservada que no puede ser difundida. Si usted ha recibido este correo
por error, tenga la amabilidad de eliminarlo de su sistema y avisar al remitente mediante
reenvío a su dirección electrónica; no deberá copiar el mensaje ni divulgar su contenido
a ninguna persona.
																													
																														Su dirección de correo electrónico junto a sus datos personales
constan en un fichero titularidad de Gesdatos Software, S.L. cuya finalidad es la de mantener
el contacto con Ud. Si quiere saber de qué información disponemos de Ud., modificarla, y
en su caso, cancelarla, puede hacerlo enviando un escrito al efecto, acompañado de una fotocopia
de su D.N.I. a la siguiente dirección: Gesdatos Software, S.L. , Paseo de la Castellana,
153 bajo - 28046 (Madrid), y Avda. Cortes Valencianas num. 50, 1ºC - 46015 (Valencia). Asimismo,
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