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Adding a gwt celltree as a celltable column

 
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Hi All,

I have an urgent project requirement to add a gwt celltree inside of a
celltable column.I was successful in adding the celltree inside the
celltable column by creating a custom cell. But the problem I am
facing is that the celltree is not recognizing events once it is
inside the celltable.When I click on the expand or collapse icons of
the celltree it is not responding. Can you please help me?

Please find below the code for my custom cell which renders the cell
tree inside of my cell table:


//To add the cell tree inside celltable column


Please let me know whether this is correct and should I need to add
further code to this so that cell tree can respond to expand/collapse
events inside the celltable.

Appreciate your help in this.

Thanks in advance,
Manu
 
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Can anybody please help??
 
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