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    GXT Resources (css, images, etc.) - GWT 1.6


    Hello,

    I am creating a demo application using GWT 1.6.4 and GXT 2.0 M1 in Eclipse (Ganymeade)

    When I run build and run the application it says it cannot find css/gxt-all.css. When I look at the war, it definitely isn't there, but I don't know how to get that code down into the war? Do I have to manually copy all the GXT resource directories into the war?

    Any help would be appreciated...this is time critical.

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    RE: Resource Specification in WAR issue...


    I was able to get it to render in hosted mode by placing all the resource directories at the same level as the project directory under the war directory.

    Although this works, I'm not sure this is the proper location for those resource directories.

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    Yes this is correct. You must copy the resources folder into a folder of your choice into the /war folder.

    The setup.txt has been updated and will reflect better instructions in the next milestone.

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    hi,gslender,
    (Buy the Book on GXT: http://www.apress.com/book/view/9781430219408)
    Full coverage of the new Ext GWT 1.2 widget library based on GWT 1.5 and Apache Tomcat 6.X
    Why not Ext GWT 2.0 and GWT 1.6?

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    That except is old, the book is now based on gwt 1.6 and 2.0 of gxt - I'll ask the publisher to update (again) that page.

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    Great!

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    Hello:

    Like the original write in this thread, I am using GWT 1.6.4 and GXT 2.0 M1 in Eclipse (Ganymeade). As the gxt.jar did not include the resource files, I have dragged those manually into my war folder (css, images, charts, themes, flash) with much success.

    However, I am actually developing on Google's AppEngine, and deployment there has a restriction on the maximum number of files which may be uploaded. I have tried creating a new jar with the resource files under a number of potential configuration, but with no luck. When I run the app (either in sandbox or deployed), I keep getting "can't find css/... images/..." and so on.

    Any suggestions of how I could/should jar the resources? What should the directory path be within the jar?

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    I am also having the same issues attempting to use AppEngine together with GXT, especially with multiple GWT modules.

    The guys at SmartGWT has found a partial solution, but it isn't a full working soultion: http://forums.smartclient.com/showthread.php?t=5258

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    Hello,

    Is there a good reason to have removed the CSS from the JAR distribution (as they where in GXT-1.2.4)?

    Cheers,
    Pablo

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