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  1. I posted this on the GWT group, but thought that maybe there was something in GXT specifically to assist with this -- so I hope you don't mind the post here as well.

    I'm writing a remote...
  2. I think you're probably correct on that.

    As for the custom serializer stuff, I was able to verify that the abstract base class deserialize method was being called as expected. But the first issue...
  3. After playing around without much success with the custom serializer, I decided to simply "bite the bullet", yank the "parent-child" model listeners and instead have the controller register itself as...
  4. Thanks for the tip on the FieldSerializer classes...

    As for the MVC comment...I'm thinking something's not clear in my description of my issue. The app is very much MVC. The ONLY part of the model...
  5. Colin-

    Thank you so much for the in-depth and well-considered reply. The initial part of your reply gets it right -- and you highlight what looks to me to be a rather clean way of accomplishing...
  6. So here's what I've got. Let's say that I'm modeling a car, so I've got the following object graph:

    [CAR] --> 1..4 [TIRE]

    If a simple property of the car -- say "color" or even the list of...
  7. I've got an app with a fairly complex model, with deeply-nested bean properties. The "top level" bean listens for and publishes changes to it's children (adding itself as a listener on the children...
  8. I've been working with GXT for about 2 weeks now with great success...however, I've just now spent the last few hours searching for a solution to this with no luck, so hopefully I can explain...
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