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Hi All,

Iam using gwt framework for my project now i need to do client side validation i fallowed google example but its not working...the fallowing code i used for validation..


ECT.gwt.xml
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<module rename-to='ECT'>


Validations.java
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MessageDTO.java
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corsponding setters and getters methods



Can anybody tell me what is the problem??
 
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in gwt can any one give tips/ideas to validate ascii and prevent non ascii
 
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