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  1. Great! That's the way to find the response. I finally access the response in the following way:


    record.save({
    callback: function(record, operation, success) {
    ...
  2. Hi!

    Strange, the callbacks defined in "success" and "failure" are called too. Defining "callback" with my callback still receives an Ext.data.Operation object with no "response" object, which is...
  3. Hi all,

    Recently I've posted this question, and I thought I had the answer, but there's a problem. I need to access the response object in the "success" and "failure" callbacks of the "save"...
  4. Oops, I didn't want to mark as the best answer that one. My PC is too laggy and when I clicked it did it on the wrong post.

    Sorry about that. I don't know if there's a way to change this. If there...
  5. Nevermind, I've found it. I was using v4.0.2 and recently I've updated to v4.0.7. It seems that the operation argument now has a "response" attribute holding the response I was looking for:

    ...
  6. Sorry for the delay, I came back today to this part of my app so now I can try your solution.

    The problem is that I need to access the hole response. Suppose my response to a save action is:

    ...
  7. Hi guys,

    Having this:


    record.save({
    success: function(record, operation) {
    // Here I need to access the response
    },
    failure: ...
  8. Mmm.. or maybe I could use a Ext.view.View to display the messages? I didn't use it yet, but looking at the examples it looks like a good way to handle this.

    What do you think?
  9. Hi guys,

    I'm developing a messenger-like chat system. I have a window with this items:


    initComponent: function() { this.items = [{
    id: ...
  10. For now I'm doing it in an ugly way. I've added an event handler for the "beforeload" event, grab the operation from there and use it then on the "load" event handler. Code:



    this.store =...
  11. Hi guys,

    I'm implementing an event handler for the load operation of a TreeStore, but I need the Ext.data.Operation object to access to additional data I'm sending on the response, but I see that...
  12. Hi guys,

    Using "expandAll" after the store is loaded is having the same effect that using expand: true in all non leaf nodes. It fires a request for each of the non leaf nodes, even if all the...
  13. Sorry for the misunderstanding. Now I understand what you mean. I didn't try that way. I'll give it a try tomorrow at work and keep you posted about how it goes.


    Thanks a lot for your help! :)
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    Hi guys,

    I'm noticing that I'm having a lot of problems at debug time in Javascript. I recognize that I'm not that comfortable developing at the client side as I am at the server side. But I...
  15. First of all, thanks for taking the time to read and try my case. It's nice to see people willing to help like you!

    I apologize for my code, I pasted it at work before I went out and it seems I...
  16. Hi all,

    I'm trying to create a tree that preloads all its items (nodes) with a single ajax request. I'm actually returning this from the server:

    ...
  17. Yes, it worked like a charm! thanks a lot for your help!

    BTW: Maybe there should be a method to simplify this process? it's a common need the use case of exporting exactly the same view of the...
  18. First of all, thanks a lot for replying!

    I did try your example, and the URL is generated, but the problem is that it doesn't contain the parameters I need. Not even the sorters are appended to...
  19. Hi all,

    Which would be the best way to obtain the actual URL that a store uses on its load method? the thing is that the URL is being appended with lots of parameters for filters, sorters, etc...
  20. To clarify what I mean before:


    onStoreBeforeLoad: function(store, operation, eventOptions) {
    var searchField = this.down('mysearchtextfield');

    operation.params = {
    ...
  21. Thanks! it works indeed. The only thing I've noticed is that I had to define the property "params" first, because it doesn't exist on the Ext.data.Operation object I receive in the beforeload event....
  22. Hi guys,

    I need to set parameters on the request on the "beforeload" event of the store. Basically, I need to add to the URL that it uses to request, for example, a parameter "solr", so it could...
  23. Hi all,

    I'm trying out ExtJS 4, and I see that some of its components are coded in very much the same way in Sencha Touch. If I want to reuse code developed with ExtJS 4, which components are...
  24. I've fixed my previous post. I didn't notice that I didn't use the CODE tags to show the directory structures.

    About your question, in my opinion, the store should be in its own file if you're...
  25. Same question here. I have a big app which I want to migrate its GUI to use ExtJS 4. I'm reading the MVC guide. I like it, but it seems to be a directory structure for small apps:


    /app
    ...
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