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    Not sure what you mean, but the server does contain the HttpRequest object and since it does not find the HttpPostedFile data, it does not set the KObject to false.
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    {
    xtype: 'container',
    margin: '5 5 5 5',
    border: false,
    frame: false,
    layout: {
    type: 'hbox'
    },
    items: [
    {
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    When I perform a submit, I don't see the fileField properties in the handler. Here is my JS code:


    { xtype: 'container', margin: '5 5 5 5', ...
  4. I was just throwing exceptions at first (A DirectException type), but then I figured out I needed json:


    return new JObject( new JProperty("success",...
  5. I'm throwing a new DirectException in my handler :

    throw new DirectException("{ \"success\": \"false\", \"message\": \"Error message goes here.\" }");

    I also have the following sync code:
    ...
  6. I resolved the issue with the following workaround:

    onLaunch: function () {
    // For some reason, when we execute toggleViewableSections, the page is cut off when displaying...
  7. So I tried the following in the controller:

    //articleInfo.getEl().hide();
    //articleInfo.getEl().setStyle('display', 'none'); - with different options.
    ...
  8. I have a form with a couple of radio options. Clicking them hides or displays a couple of items. When I default the option to display the items and then click the one to hide, the form works fine....
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