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    Would be useful to be able to add cards after the object is created.

    Code:
    public void addCard(WizardCard card) {
        this.cards.add(card);
    }
    
    public void addCard(int index, WizardCard card) {
        this.cards.add(index, card);
    }
    
    public void addCards(ArrayList<WizardCard> cards) {
        this.cards.addall(cards);
    }
    
    public void addCards(int index, ArrayList<WizardCard> cards) {
        this.cards.addall(index, cards);
    }
    Remove would be useful too.
    Code:
    public void removeCard(int index) {
        this.cards.remove(index);
    }
    (above is all untested)

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    Question DualListField :: StackOverflowError

    DualListField :: StackOverflowError


    I have one DualListField<BeanModel> Object in my WizardCard.

    I get always the following error: java.lang.StackOverflowError

    I have tried:
    You can extend DualFieldList and override initDD for that. You need to set the Operation to COPY instead of MOVE for the droptargets.
    http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=67865

    Code:
    public class NNNN extends DualListField<BeanModel>{
    
        public NNNN() {
            super();
        }
        
        @Override
        protected void initDND() {
                    
            if (getDNDGroup() == null) {
                setDNDGroup(getId() + "-group");
            }
    
            ListViewDragSource source1 = new ListViewDragSource(fromField.getListView());
            ListViewDragSource source2 = new ListViewDragSource(toField.getListView());
    
            source1.setGroup(getDNDGroup());
            source2.setGroup(getDNDGroup());
    
            ListViewDropTarget target1 = new ListViewDropTarget(fromField.getListView());
            target1.setAutoSelect(true);
            ListViewDropTarget target2 = new ListViewDropTarget(toField.getListView());
            target2.setAutoSelect(true);
    
            target1.setGroup(getDNDGroup());
            target1.setOperation(Operation.COPY);
            target2.setGroup(getDNDGroup());
            target2.setOperation(Operation.COPY);
    
            if (mode == Mode.INSERT) {
                target1.setFeedback(Feedback.INSERT);
                target2.setFeedback(Feedback.INSERT);
            }
        }
    }
    did not work, the problem is still.


    The Problem is into FormPanel.class:
    Code:
      /**
       * Returns the form's valid state by querying all child fields.
       * 
       * @param preventMark true for silent validation (no invalid event and field is not
       *          marked invalid)
       * 
       * @return true if all fields are valid
       */
      public boolean isValid(boolean preventMark) {
        boolean valid = true;
        for (Field<Object> f : getFields()) {
          if (!f.isValid(preventMark)) {
            valid = false;
          }
        }
        return valid;
      }
    how can I solve it?
    what can I do?


    Thanks

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    GWT is complaining about line 68 when using BaseEvent(). Basically you don't have a default constructor for BaseEvent(), you gotta give it an object.
    What could we do to overcome this problem ?
    Did anyone else get the same problem ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpert-gxt View Post
    GWT is complaining about line 68 when using BaseEvent(). Basically you don't have a default constructor for BaseEvent(), you gotta give it an object.
    What could we do to overcome this problem ?
    Did anyone else get the same problem ?
    in the ReleaseNote of the v1.2.4:
    Removed default constructor from BaseEvent and DomEvent.

    Please does an updated version of the very helpful WizardWindow exist ???
    Please, please!!!

    Thanks in advance

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    the author of this wizard did not answer to that question for the last 2 month, so do it by yourself, it's pretty easy to fix that.

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    Does the last version works fine in GXT 2.0?

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    Hello,

    I tweaked the code so that it works with the latest version of GXT.

    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=83995

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