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Hi everybody.

I'm beginer in GWT ans I'm trying to develop a menu for my application with MenuBar like this:

MenuBar masterMenu = new MenuBar(true);
masterMenu.addItem("Cost Center", cmd);
RootPanel.get("menuApp").add(masterMenu );

But I don't know how to implement the command or url to link with the other page?

Someone knows how to do this? In internet there are a lot of information how to make a menu, but they don't explain how to link with pages' urls

Thanks

Jose
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.
Are you trying to change the page contents via the menu? If yes, then you can use the history mechanism. More on it here http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/doc/latest/DevGuideCodingBasicsHistory.html
 
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Give some thought to downloading and installing GWT Designer. When you add the menubar to the page in GWT Designer, it will give you a bunch of relevant choices. including events. The Designer tool helps us beginners and greenhorns.
 
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