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From Pierre Goupil <goupilpie...@gmail.com>
Subject AjaxRequestTarget weirdness
Date Thu, 08 May 2014 15:07:46 GMT
Hello folks,

Sorry if this is double-posting, but I have the feeling that my previous
message didn't find its way.

I'm currently trying to roll my own on Wicket-Atmosphere: I've forked the
github repo and I'm trying to make the project unit testable.

I must admit that I'm not far from reaching my objectives, but there is a
thing that puzzles me.

Please, let me explain: I would like to have an AJAX-style response when JS
and / or components are added to the event bus, since it uses
AjaxRequestTarget. That would allow me to assert whatever I like using the
WicketTester API.

Here is a sample code:

------
if (this.application.createRequestCycle(request,
response).processRequestAndDetach())
        {
            System.out.println(response.toString());
            this.broadcaster.broadcast(response.toString(), _resource);
        }
------

Here, the System.out displays something correct like that:

------
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<ajax-response>
     <component id="id1" >
         <![CDATA[<div id="id1">my label</div>]]>
     </component>
     <evaluate>
          <![CDATA[(function(){ myJs; })();]]>
      </evaluate>
</ajax-response>
------

BUT, when I then do this in my unit-test:
tester.getLastResponse().getDocument();

I only get:
------
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><ajax-response></ajax-response>
------

A clue, anyone, please?

If needed, I can publish the link to my github project. But I prefer asking
here first because it needs some cleaning and maybe the problem I'm facing
is just dumb.

Best regards,

Pierre

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