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gxt 2.2.3 ColumnConfig setColumnStyleName dynamically

 
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hi,
I am new to Gxt.I am using gxt 2.2.3 can you please tell me how do i change the column style dynamically in gxt..for example initially the style is "none" and then when i click on the column header the style should be changed to "ascending"

waiting for your suggestions

 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

No idea about gxt but in vanilla it is usually done by either addStyleName or setStylePrimaryName
 
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ok..thanks
 
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