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    Default GWT 2.5 and GXT 3.x

    GWT 2.5 is now in release candidate.

    Does GXT 3.x work with GWT 2.5? If not, will it be supported by the time GWT 2.5 is officially released?

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    I test about once a week with GWT trunk, and have had no issues either with the build or with using the app. I would anticipate that will we officially support GWT 2.5 when it is released, but there are almost certainly aspects that are not completely tested yet, and cannot be until 2.5.0 is finalized.

    The GXT 3.0.0b build should work out of the box with GWT 2.5.0-rc1 - if you have any issues, please let us know.

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    I have developed one Grid component using GXT 3.0 UiBinder with GWT2.4, that worked fine without any issues. After upgrading to GWT2.5 the grid is not functioning properly like it is able to retrieve the data from database but it is not showing the rows in the grid.

    Can please help me on this.

    Thanks in advance..

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    Well, without any informations or error messages, it is hard to help you.

    Have you created a small test project, that shows the error?

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    Hi Balkishan,

    I have faced similar problem. It seems grid is not taking default value for height if we use GXT3.0 with GWT 2.5. I have fixed the issue by just adding height attribute with value.

    <grid:Grid ui:field="grid" .... height="245px" />

    Regards,
    Naresh

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    Grid is not intended to function correctly without a height set. If you don't have a height getting set either explicitly (setPixelHeight(int, int) or setHeight(int)), or implicitly (adding the Grid to a container with a size like a Vertical/Horizontal/BorderLayoutContainer which has a size, etc).

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