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Hello everyone,
like to introduce my problem in points:-
1.I try to make a project in gwt,and about 80% successful to do so.
2.to complete next 20% i needed to add RIchTextEditor of smartgwt.
3.at a time i add it,face a problem shown in screenshot

please help
thanks in advance
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Well the message is pretty obvious. Did you take a look at your console? You should see a stack trace telling you which class is generating the exception
 
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hey thanks for reply
but sorry problem still not solved,console shows nothing and don't know how to deal with stack trace..
please help me with some kind of tutorials:D


 
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Which IDE are you using?

console shows nothing


I absolutely refuse to believe this. I have observed it myself when I forgot to invoke initWidget() while using a Composite. Your screenshot also says the same. Check the console.

don't know how to deal with stack trace


http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/Programming/Stacktrace/

I don't think anyone will be able to help you unless you post your stack trace here.
 
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Hey thankyou so much,i was doing the same mistake....i.e missing initwidget()
but now it's solved
but don't know how to use "<ctrl>/" command to generate stacktrace!!
please help me to produce stacktrace

 
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What IDE are you using to code/run your application?
 
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eclipse galileo:D
 
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http://help.eclipse.org/indigo/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.jdt.doc.user%2Freference%2Fviews%2Fconsole%2Fref-console_view.htm
Most probably you are looking at the wrong console. Check out the "Display Selected Console" section
 
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