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Context Menu on Tree in GWT 2.0.3

 
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hi friends,

GWT 2.0.3
Feature :
1. it's not allow to select the tree using right click.


I am try to use the Context menu on tree or TreeItem using
onBrowserEvent event.
but there is no TreeItem is selected on right click of treeitem.


how to achieve the context menu features in GWT 2.0.3

thanks,
Ganesh Shirsat
 
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Proabably extend the TreeItem class if GWT 2.x allows you to do so
 
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hi,

TreeItem class not support the onBrowserEvent method.

because it is inherited from UIObject and onBrowServerEvent is not a part of UIObject class.

thanks,
Ganesh Shirsat
 
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