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    Default Replacing a multi-line jsp form with corresponding GXT components

    Hi

    i wonder if any one could recommend the appropriate GXT widgets/layouts to use when trying to recreate the attached multi row/column jsp form (see kpi_view.jpg) as a GXT view component.

    This jsp is currently embedded within a GXT Window using setUrl(..) but we would like to pull the buttons from the page into a separate GXT panel within the window and the form into a separate content panel. Hence communication between the 2 panels - buttons and the view - seems most straightforward if everything is a GXT widget.

    Normal GXT forms have a vertical layout. Im not sure how i would go about recreating this multi-row form.

    Thanks in advance for any pointers.

    cheers Paddy
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    You could use an EditorGrid.

    Take a look at these examples:

    http://extjs.com/examples/explorer.html#roweditorgrid

    http://extjs.com/examples/explorer.html#editablegrid

    Hope this helps you.

    regards,
    Michel.

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    Thanks Michel, that is very useful.

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