Hello. I created a simple form that takes username and password. Works fine in FF and Safari, but in IE 6-8, when i click a buttom to submit the form, a window opens and now Events.Submit event is fired.
So I paid $300 bucks for an API that cannot submit forms correctly for the most widely used browser? And I need to pay another $300 to get the fix (svn access) or just sit and wait.....why cant you release GXT 2.0.2 for something this critical? I can wait for LiveGrid but not this.
Wish I did, I don't have access to the SVN and have never built/compiled from one either. By the looks of things that eclipse solution should build it and stick it into your project for you too so things 'should' work straight away... couldn't honestly tell you if they will though. Goodluck!
Yea I guess that wasn't a fantastic tip after all. I was assuming you had a half finished product and were doing fiddly bits and IE was buggering you over.
Out of interest what are you Method.POSTing data to (the url?)? If you have a java back end you wouldn't need to do it in this way to start with and thats what GWT is primarily geared towards. You could even put a java back end on that communicated the data over to a different url(perl, php, whatnot) and retrieved the response (effort, but a workaround for people who don't have svn).