Wedge User Guide

Cristian Pascu


Table of Contents

Preface
1. Introduction to
1.1. Motivation
2. Getting Started with
2.1. Installing
2.2. Creating a New Application
2.2.1. Application Structure
2.2.2. Adding Pages to the Application
3. Spring Integration
3.1. is built on Spring
3.2. How to configure
3.3. DAO Support (experimental)
4. Wedge Framework
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Wedge Elements
4.2.1. Using Naming Conventions
4.2.2. Java Classes Reloading
4.2.3. Wedge Pages
4.2.4. Wedge Frames
4.2.5. Wedge User Defined Components
4.3. Framework Components
4.3.1. Code Components
4.3.2. Links
4.3.3. Forms
5. Hibernate Integration
5.1. Introduction to ORM Wedge support
5.2. Defining Application Model
5.3. Model Java Classes
5.4. Model Relations
5.5. Model Components

List of Tables

4.1. Wedge Elements Conventions
4.2. Parameters for component 'w:insert'
4.3. Parameters for 'w:error' component
4.4. Parameters for 'w:foreach' component
4.5. Parameters for 'w:if' component
4.6. Parameters for 'w:if' component
4.7. Parameters for 'w:link' component
4.8. Parameters for 'w:form' component

List of Examples

2.1. Creating a New Application
2.2. Wedge Application Java Source Folders
2.3. Wedge Application WebRoot
2.4. Wedge Command List
3.1. Basic Wedge Application Configuration
3.2. Wedge Dao Configuration
3.3. Generic DAO interface
4.1. OGNL Expression Evaluation
4.2. Using the 'w:insert' component
4.3. Using the 'w:error' component
4.4. Using the 'w:foreach' component
4.5. Using 'w:if' component
4.6. Using the w:else component
4.7. Using 'w:message' component
4.8. Using 'w:link' component
4.9. Using 'w:form' component