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Unable to add FlexTable or Paging Scrollable Table in a Dialog Box using GWT?

 
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Has anyone faced the similar problem of not being able to add Table in a dialog box?? Or Am I missing something? I am not using any smartGwt or get-ext api.. Gwt 2.2.0 is the version being used.
 
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Actually I found the answer to the problem - the dialog box is not allowing the table to be added directly. Instead, the table should be added to a form and add the form to the dialog box. Problem solved.
 
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You can add any child to the DialogBox with setWidget or add. Your child can be a widget, composite or multiple children inside a container widget. Still works.
Why are you using a form? Or did you mean a parent container widget?
 
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