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    Table: CellClick-Events is not fired?


    Hi,

    I want to display some values in a Table with only one column. If the user clicks on a row, the particular cell in this row shall be made editable. I achieved this (or at least I think this should work) by using a special TableItem: it contains a container with a CardLayout that holds a TextField (for editing) and a Text (to display the value). The idea is that the CardContainer switches the displayed Widgets on the Event CellClick:

    Code:
    final Object[] cellItems = new Object[table.getColumnCount()];
    // Container to swap the displayed Widget
    final CardContainer cardContainer = new CardContainer();
    //Widget for editing
    final TextField textField = new TextField();
    textField .setFieldLabel(null);           
    textField .setValue("Some String");
    cardContainer.add(textField );
    // add simple Text
    cardContainer.add(new Text("Some String"));
    cellItems[0] = cardContainer;
    
    final TableItem item = new TableItem(cellItems);
    table.addListener(Events.CellClick, new Listener<BaseEvent>() {
       public void handleEvent(final BaseEvent be) {
             //For the moment, the swapping is not realized yet. But the method seems not to be called.
          cardContainer.setVisible(textField );
       }
    });
    table.add(item);
    For some reason, the Event seems not to be fired. How do I have to add the listener that I can handle CellClick-Events? Registering them at the TableItem didn't work either.

    Using GXT Beta 3 and GWT Milestone 2 in Hosted Mode.

    Cheers,
    Flo~

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    Btw, the Doubleclick works perfektly.
    Code:
    table.addListener(Events.CellDoubleClick, new Listener<TableEvent>() {
       public void handleEvent(final BaseEvent be) {
             //For the moment, the swapping is not realized yet. But the method seems not to be called.
          cardContainer.setVisible(textField );
       }
    });

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