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Firing an Event when a Panel in a GWT DeckPanel is displayed.

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I have a panel which is the last panel to be showed in a DeckPanel.

When the final panel is displayed, I want the view to be generated. However, the view is instead generated when the constructor of the panel is invoked, which is when the DeckPanel is initialized when the program starts.

Is there some easy way that I can have a Panel invoke a method each time it is displayed. I looked at the onLoad method of a GWT Panel, but that is only called when the Panel is first created, not each time it is displayed.

So, is there some way to attach an event to a Google Web Toolkit Panel that fires each time that Panel is displayed?

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