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GWT Grid row selected

 
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Hi All,

I am creating a form like a Grid will be having some data, and if we select a row, details of that row will be displayed in the adjecent form.

I am able to show the values in grid and form, but when ever i am loading the page i want to show first recocrd on the grid is highlighted and the corresponding values loaded to form.

I am not getting the logic to show a row is selected, can you please help?

I am creating com.extjs.gxt.ui.client.widget.grid.Grid type grid and the Grid will have arguments as ListStore and ColumnModel.

 
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very simple, change its style to something like .selected

eg:


you can have a style like:


and of course you need to track mouse events to allow row selections.
tell me where you are stuck...
 
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by the way i have no idea about GWTExt, but the above approach is what I would have done in GWT.
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