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  1. I'm using the select event.
  2. I have an ExtJs 4 application that has 3 views on a webpage:
    * Search Criteria
    * Search Results
    * Secondary(?) Results
    User enters search criteria and clicks Find pushbutton. Search Results grid...
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    And your solution(4) works great for a plain json store without grouping! I didn't know that the filterBy() need to go go INSIDE the load(). It actually works in that location :D.

    Thanks very much...
  4. Being quite new to Sencha, I have no doubt that I don't fully understand the abilities of Ext. :">

    That said, if Ext is a JavaScript object isn't it sending requests to browser not server? As I...
  5. Initially, it didn't exist. I expected the code in the tutotial would cause the file to be created if it didn't exist. The file wasn't created. I tried creating an empty file, but that didn't help.
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  6. Hi Evan,
    Yep, that was it. Both the controller AND the store have to point to the same model.

    Thanks,
    Daryl
  7. Evan,
    Thanks for your reply. Based on your reply, I did the following:
    1. I changed controller file to ... models: ['mdlUser'] ... , did a copy/paste of mdlUser string, renamed model file using...
  8. I've gone through the MVC tutorial using its naming conventions; however, that results in 3 files named "User.js". MS VisualStudio shows only the name.extension in each file's tab. You have to hover...
  9. I had previously added ".json" to IIS' MIME types as "application/json", which allowed me to read a ".json" file. Did you mean to add as "application/javascript" rather than "application/json"?
  10. I'm in process of going through the MVC tutorial.

    The first problem I had was not being able to read the users.json file. It was an IIS MIME issue. I'd recommend adding "how to" information to the...
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