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Need to work with more windows.

Sreenivasa Rao P

Joined: Jun 28, 2010
Posts: 8
Hi, I need small help in working with window. I am doing web application using GWT.

I have a module in which I have some data shown to the user. There is one link. When the user click the link, it should open a new window and show the new data w.r.t to the URL.

I can open new window using Window object and the URL routes to Servlet. Now, if I want to use the Widgets in Servlet to display the page in GWT rich UI, I could not do as it is failed to initiate GWT.create() at server side. How to handle this situation.

In other words, I have many URLs in which few are servlets and I need to use GWT rich UI in servlets. Please provide me solution.

Or is there anyother way to handle my scenario?

Maneesh Godbole
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Joined: Jul 26, 2007
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Get rid of the servlets by switching code to RPC.
Then use History

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