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guys2008
8 Jul 2009, 6:09 AM
Hey,

I'm working with ExtGWT on Eclipse.
I was wondering - If I need to move to another HTML file inside my website -
Do I need to create a new module for it (because the first HTML is the defined entry-point)
or can I create the new HTML just next to the old one ?

Thanks,

guys2008
8 Jul 2009, 10:09 PM
Hi,

Can anyone assist with this issue please ?

raybeez
9 Jul 2009, 6:56 AM
No, you can do this with a single entry point. Eg:

In file1.html you could have:



<div id="foo"/>
And in file2.html have:


<div id="foo2"/>
And in your entry point, in onModuleLoad(), have some logic such as:



if (RootPanel.get("foo") != null) {
// add contents for file1.html to the RootPanel
} else if (RootPanel.get("foo2") != null) {
// add contents for file2.html to the RootPanel
}
Of course, you can't use div foo in file2.html (or foo2 in file1.html) or you'll have all content on both pages.

HTH