The DynaTableRf sample from the GWT SDK uses RequestFactoryEditorDriver, but it really isn't that different from the SimpleBeanEditorDriver (you just have to pass a RequestContext so that the driver can do an .edit() on each proxy found in the edited object graph; or use display() or pass a null RequestContext to display a proxy without edit()ing it; note that in that case flush() will throw though)
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