Re: Multiple Data Providers for DataTable

2011-09-28 Thread Martin Grigorov
Can you use a compound provider which delegates the logic to N other
providers and collects their responses into one ?

On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 2:44 AM, codix jackeblag...@yahoo.com wrote:
 Is it possible to implement one table with different providers? My problem is
 that there are some entries in my table with values coming from different
 POJOs. I don't have any idea how to mix different POJOs in one data
 provider.

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Re: Multiple Data Providers for DataTable

2011-09-28 Thread codix
I'm sorry but I don't get your statement. Currently, I have one data provider
and a data table. To populate the rows, I call another panel where a Label
is added. Currently I am using a POJO with a particular type. Unfortunately,
other data calls for other POJOs with different types. Trying to cast them
in a getDefaultModel() method returns an error that it cannot be casted.

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