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How to host GWT in a google-site page?

 
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I have searched and struggled with this, but cannot successfully host a (simple example) GWT application in a google site page.

The only mechanism for this appears to be a google gadget on the page that contains the HTML and javascript. I have other (javascript-based) gadgets that work OK, but the GWT application never runs (just the HTML appears, but looks like the javascript does not execute). I uploaded the .js file and referenced it in the <script> tag something like:



The HTML is rendered, but the GWT application never appears to run.

I have search google-sites help forums to no avail.

Has anyone hosted GWT apps on a google-sites page, and can you tell me how it works?

Thanks!
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