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From Martin Grigorov <>
Subject Re: Auto refreshing Isis page
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2015 07:55:37 GMT

Here is a quick and dirty solution:

- in YourDomainObject add impl of #cssClass() {return
- in webapp/src/main/webapp/scripts/application.js add:
$(function() {
  if ($(".my-special-auto-updating-entity").length) {
    setInterval(function() {document.location.reload();}, 1000); // 1000 is
1 sec

A proper Isis solution solution would be to add a facet (annotation,
special method, etc.) to YourEntity and Isis do this for you. But I'm not
sure how generic this solution is.

Martin Grigorov
Wicket Training and Consulting

On Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 9:47 AM, James Agada <> wrote:

> I am building a monitoring application for electric grid. I have a few
> requirements that I can't think of how to implement.
> 1. Some pages will need to refresh automatically at intervals. These
> include my map of the network rendered using the gmap add-on and also some
> entity and view models. How can I achieve the auto refresh. The objective
> is to include in the display new records coming in via the RO interface.
> 2. I will like to add lines on the map displayed by gmap to show the
> linkage or the network. Beyond putting pins on the map how can I achieve
> this.
> Regards
> James Agada
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