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How to expand tree in gwt?

 
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I a using GWT 2.3.In which I am using import com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.Tree. I want to show tree expanded always.For that I did below code for every tree item

But it is not working. I am not getting how to expand tree. Please help me out.Thanks in advance
 
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I found the solution.First Need to add child then need to set state true.
 
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Crossposted at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7330398/how-to-expand-tree-in-gwt

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@Maneesh Godbole Thanks for this information.I have already posted answer as I found it.
 
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