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    Hi,

    I'm trying to show time series data on a chart. The data are inconsistently sampled and there are multiple series which may or may not have data at each timestamp.

    I've been using the...
  2. Could you show how you would setup the axes for the chart in this example?
  3. Excellent thanks. That works.
  4. I have a GXT2 project which displays database query results in a grid. The grid displays DBRow objects which extend BaseModelData. The columns within each row are stored as properties of the...
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    Thanks for your input.

    In GXT2, I was using ? extends DBObject pretty much everywhere in the tree, loader, store, etc. Server side, I read the name of the parent and decided whether to get...
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    Thanks, it's starting to make sense now.

    I'm trying to understand all of the data structures, so I didn't mention Tree in the first place. But maybe this specific example will help.

    It doesn't...
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    Thanks.

    But the grid example looks significantly different from the Tree example (which is what I'm trying to implement).

    For example, I would like a Tree which can display <? extends DBObject>...
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    Hi,

    Can someone help me figure out how RpcProxy works in GXT3.

    The examples show RpcProxy definitions using e.g.



    RpcProxy<FileModel, List<FileModel>> proxy
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    What if I didn't have a V2 'loading' gif - does V3 not provide a loading gif compiled into a jar? I believe that this is what it does with all the other resources (css, etc).
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    Sure, that'll work. But I wanted to know the 'correct' way to do it with the new version. Is there no 'loading' resource provided in 3.0?
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    Thanks, I'd just discovered this:


    DOM.removeChild(RootPanel.getBodyElement(), DOM.getElementById("loading"));


    But I should have been clearer - the loading image that I'm using is:
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    Hi,

    With GXT 2, I had a 'loading' image (large-loading.gif) which was displayed in a <div> in the main index.html. Then, at the end of MainEntryPoint, I called:

    GXT.hideLoadingPanel("loading");...
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