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  1. I don't see any connection between the code that you're using and either GWT or GXT ... the code that you've shown is running on the server. I'd look at the class of the 10,000,000 objects that are...
  2. If this code is running on the client then it won't use any Java heap memory. Have you analyzed the heapdump? If you're using Eclipse then you can just install the Memory Analyzer. My guess is...
  3. I'm not sure whether this is the best way to do it, but overriding the GridView#processRows method appears to work:



    GridView<Person> gridView = new GridView<Person>() {
    @Override
    ...
  4. I am struggling to get a handle on how to approach layouts that are constrained to the size of the contents. I'm really looking for pointers, perhaps to tutorials or documentation. Here's my sample...
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    Since I didn't receive any response to this question I've asked a more general question here:...
  6. Did you understand my response about iterating through the elements and replacing the element values? If this isn't clear then I'll try to show some code to explain it.
  7. Well, you could get the menu entries using Container#iterator (the Menu class extends InsertContainer which extends Container). You could then change the element value for each of the child Widgets...
  8. You can, of course, use ColumnConfig#setHeader ... are you trying to add different header values to the header context menu? If you are trying to support multiple languages for your application then...
  9. Version(s) of GXT
    3.1

    Browser versions and OS(and desktop environment, if applicable)


    Various
    Virtual Machine
    No
  10. I think this is simply because of the font that is being used by these different themes. Neptune appears to be using Helvetica as a first choice, and Arial as a second choice. On my machine...
  11. Do you have a single column (or group of columns) that uniquely identify a row in your database table? In my case I have a unique integer value for each row in a table. When a user adds a new row...
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