Have you called requestFactoryEditorDriver.edit(lockedProxyFromServer, requestContextUsedForSaving) ?--
If you use SimpleBeanEditorDriver you have to do
T editableProxy = requestContextUsedForSaving.edit(lockedProxyFromServer);
If the user does not end up saving any changes then you simply do not call flush(). I think thats the normal workflow (never really used RequestFactory). As you use MVP I would add a factory method to the view to create the editor driver since you need to GWT.create() it and you normally want to avoid GWT.create() in presenters.
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