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  1. Yes, that is what I was talking about. That works for you? (Does what you wanted)
  2. Nothing is coming up because you're checking the store immediately after you tell it to load. The ajax call hasn't come back yet probably. Try attaching a listener to the store load event and then...
  3. Ok, so you have this page that is able to be accessed by different user roles, right? In order for someone to not be able to just look at the code and manually call functions for other roles, you...
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    Instead of filtering the objects at the store level, you could make the filtered one a view.View instead and just pass an extra parameter per room if the room is displayed. The non-filtered view will...
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    For ajax calls, there's a config option "scriptTag" which you set to true for doing cross-domain calls.

    loader has a config called ajaxOptions, so you might be able to add :

    ajaxOptions:...
  6. As long as the view is linked to the store, updating the store should tell it to rerender all of its data. So, even though you're doing complex transformations on the data, it should still rerender...
  7. There are parameters under the Window DOM object which can get the height and width of the current browser window. You can create some kind of component (Probably a Window component) to be positioned...
  8. If there's only 1 record, then try:

    store.getAt(0)
  9. does firebug show the post as coming from a specific variable? if not, you need to use different handling to get the data.

    try:



    And see what that prints out.
  10. The problem here is that the ExtJS upload example you linked to has the input as type="text", whereas filefields have inputs as type="file"

    If you are setting things up the same was as the ExtJS...
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    my experience with 'b is undefined' is that a component isn't being declared correctly. Most commonly it's that you're telling it to look for a component (ie. an instance of a store) that has not...
  12. Show us the code for the .html file you're loading. It's most likely something specified incorrectly in there.
  13. For security reasons, role control should ALWAYS be handled on the server side. It would be really easy for someone to manipulate client-side code to get access to the functions for another role.
    ...
  14. Ext.getCmp will only return instances of components that already exist. You have to create the windows first somewhere else, and can specify unique id's to them at that time.

    for instance, you...
  15. It seems like you're trying to get something to pop up on your windows task bar? This is not possible as far as I'm aware in any kind of web framework. You are more or less restricted to things...
  16. Views that are dependent on stores are rendering the data from the store based on some set template (or column setup), so when you specify a store in a particular view, any time that store is...
  17. I don't think your code is trying to do what you want it to. The Agent model doesn't actually store any data, it just stores information about the fields you supplied. The User store should have all...
  18. A view is supposed to represent a component type (similar in form to classes) where you give it ways to uniquely identify itself when you initialize it (like specifying an ID, or some other such...
  19. This will cause problems with the ComponentQuery because .'s are references to components in ComponentQuery

    From the Docs:


    My guess is that when you have these complex names it's trying to...
  20. I noticed this as well. I think even if you don't tell it to create a Viewport anywhere, if you create an app it requires you to have this AM.view.Viewport.js
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