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TabLayoutPanel.selectedTab error

 
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there is a TablayoutPanel tabLayoutPanel, and FocusPanel SSearchDetailResult

there is a button in the first tab of tabLayoutPanel and when press that button, I want the focuspanel tab is selected, so I write


the result is the sSearchDetailResult can be selected, but there is error in eclipse development tab as follow:


JavascriptException: (Error): Can't move focus to the control because it is invisible, not enabled, or of a type that does not accept the focus.



what is the problem come from?!!
 
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Try removing the call to setVisible. I suspect that is causing the conflict.
 
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finally I create a ScheduledCommand for tayLayoutPanel.selectTab(1);

Although in java,


the sSearchDetailResult should already be created before selectTab is run, but after compile to javascript, seems not the case (just I guess), after I use ScheduledCommand, the problem is solved.
 
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