java.lang.IllegalStateException: A connector should not be marked as dirty while a response is being written.

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A connector should not be marked as dirty while a response is being written.
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A connector should not be marked as dirty while a response is being written.
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A connector should not be marked as dirty while a response is being written.
java.lang.IllegalStateException: A connector should not be marked as dirty while a response is being written.
at com.vaadin.ui.ConnectorTracker.markDirty(ConnectorTracker.java:505)
at com.vaadin.server.AbstractClientConnector.markAsDirty(AbstractClientConnector.java:141)
at com.vaadin.ui.AbstractComponentContainer.removeComponent(AbstractComponentContainer.java:227)
at com.vaadin.ui.AbstractOrderedLayout.removeComponent(AbstractOrderedLayout.java:178)
at com.test.pipeline.view.ResultPanel.rebuildResultLayout(ResultPanel.java:46)
at com.test.pipeline.view.ResultUIProcessListener.startTests(ResultUIProcessListener.java:40)

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