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setting the number of columns Dynamically in Grid

 
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Hello,

I need to dynamically bring the columns in a Grid. I need to implement it in GXT.
I find options for editable grid, but I need to implement a dynamic grid (display the number of columns dynamically)

Can anyone kindly provide some points for me to proceed?

Thanks,
Chandrasekar V.
 
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Hello

Just in case anyone's facing the same problem.

I got an idea.
I am trying to implement an editable Grid. As Java code is written in GWT, To get a dynamic Grid, I can limit the Column Config based upon some conditions.

Will post back once it's done.

If anyone get's a solution before that kindly post it.

Cheers!
Chandrasekar V.
 
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