Click event for custom cell renderer (HyperlinkCell) for CellTable isn't firing.

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Ketan Shah

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Dec 28, 2010, 4:50:21 AM12/28/10
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Greetings, 

I have created a custom hyperlinkcell column renderer for celltable widget. Source can be found here http://pastebin.com/hM7rg4tF

The hyperlink displays alright but the onBrowserEvent isnt being fired at all. I have added super("click") on my constructor too.

On adding @Override annotation to the onBrowserEvent, my eclipse IDE complains and suggests that I remove the annotation. It compiles once I remove it. Why would that be? Screen attached for the same.

Thanks for all your help.

Regards,
-Ketan.
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Subhrajyoti Moitra

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Dec 28, 2010, 5:02:19 AM12/28/10
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@Override AFAIK is a jdk 1.6 feature.
Can u see your project Compiler settings in Eclipse. Set it to follow 1.6 conventions.

Your code looks alright to me..

HTH.

Thanks,
Subhro.

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Greetings, 

I have created a custom hyperlinkcell column renderer for celltable widget. Source can be found here


The hyperlink displays alright but the onBrowserEvent isnt being fired at all. I have added super("click") on my constructor too.

On adding @Override annotation to the onBrowserEvent, my eclipse IDE complains and suggests that I remove the annotation. It compiles once I remove it. Why would that be? Screen attached for the same.

Thanks for all your help.

Regards,
-Ketan.

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Ketan Shah

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Dec 28, 2010, 5:14:29 AM12/28/10
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Thanks Subhro. The @Override annotation works for render() method in the same class but not for onBrowserEvent. I tried your suggestion too but didnt work (I have openjdk version 1.6.0_20). 

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-Ketan.
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Nirmal Patel

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Dec 28, 2010, 7:20:04 AM12/28/10
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Here's how to configure what Subhro suggests...
In Eclipse; goto Project -> Properties -> Java Compiler -> (Check)Enable Project Specific Settings ->  Compiler Compliance Level (select 1.6)
Or if you want to do it at global level: Window -> Preferences -> Java -> Compiler -> Compiler Compliance Level (select 1.6)


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Nirmal

Thomas Broyer

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Dec 28, 2010, 7:24:15 AM12/28/10
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The signature of onBrowserEvent has changed between 2.1.0 and 2.1.1, which version are you using?

Ketan Shah

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Dec 28, 2010, 10:43:50 AM12/28/10
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@Nirmal: I did exactly that.
@Thomas: I am using 2.1.1

The issue was actually the import statement.

I was importing from com.google.gwt.user.client.Element; when I should
have been importing from com.google.gwt.dom.client.Element;

Thank you all for your prompt responses.

Regards,
-Ketan.

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> The signature of onBrowserEvent has changed between 2.1.0 and 2.1.1, which version are you using?
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