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Willie Peloquin

Joined: Dec 20, 2009
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I am looking for a tree component to integrate into a struts jsp application. At this point I am not familiar with GWT, but I do know there is a tree component available. Can I use just one part of GWT, or must the entire application be converted to GWT. Can someone recommend a modern tree component that will work in the struts, jsp environment.


Bear Bibeault
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You're likely better off going with a jQuery plugin tree widget than trying to cherry-pcik something from GWT (if that's even possible).

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Maneesh Godbole
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Though I haven't done it myself, you can follow the following
1) Create GWT tree and put in whatever code you require
2) Embed the generated js file reference into your html/jsp/servlet with the rest of your code
Of course you will have to figure out how to interact with the GWT tree from outside

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