I have three
<grid id="myGrid1" width="950px" sizedByContent="true" rowRenderer="com.example.renderer.MyRowRenderer">
Grid tGrid = (Grid) event.getTarget().getFellow("myGrid1");
ListModel model = tGrid.getModel();
MyCustomRow tRow = (MyCustomRow)model.getElementAt(i);
myGrid1.setModel(new ListModelList(List<MyCustomRow> populatedList));
Your problem is exactly what you are expecting.
Zk has it's own event system and do not care about your jq,
cos it's jq and zk don't observ the DOM.
The ways to solve your problem.
Use the "ZK-Way":
Simply listen at server-side and chage things there.
I am not sure if not selected
are updateable, but I am sure you could update the
components on the select event of the
Fire an zk-event your self:
All you need to know, is written in the zk doc.
Basically, you collect your data at client side, send
Event to the server via
zAu.send() extract the
data from the json object at serverside and update your
I would prefer the first one, cos it's less work and there should not be
a notable difference in traffic.