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Timer Stopped while rendering table on screen

 
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hi all,

I have timer which runs time with seconds on the screen I am rendering a flextable which is having more than 200 rows while it started rendering the table on screen, the timer has been stopped for that many seconds.

For example when table took 3 secs to render now timer is 3 secs behind the current time secs, i visted this view 10 times means 10*3 = 30 secs behind the current time.

can anyone give me idea what is making issue here to hang the scrpt which is already running on browser.

Thanks in advance...
 
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Looks like a threading issue. Are you using the built in Timer class?
 
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Yes i am using the GWT client timer only. com.google.gwt.user.client.Timer
 
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You can use this.
 
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