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    I know the reason. The loadData method will fire an event "load" so the grid will be loaded again so it goes to the first row instead of my focused row.

    Do you know how to solve this issue?
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    Look like it goes to that added row already but the grid is refresh and it goes to the first row again.
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    Hi all,

    My application will add a new record in resources. Then I want to focus on the row which has been added. My code is like below:


    this.grid.store.loadData(newResource, true); ...
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    I got the exception : root undefined response
    When I define the JsonStore, I already declare root: eventdata.
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    This is the response from the server.

    {success:true, eventdata:{Id:'924',ResourceId:'2109462',Title:'CA',StartDate:'2010-12-04 07:45:00',EndDate:'2010-12-04 11:00:00',color:'#ccffff'}}

    Then I...
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    If I delete an event has been created, the request method isn't called anyway. Anyone knows this issue?
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    Hi all,

    I'm extending the Ext.data.DataProxy like below:

    Ext.extend(Ext.ux.data.MyProxy, Ext.data.DataProxy, {
    request: function(action, rs, params, reader, callback, scope, options) {
    ...
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    Oh I think the Store class has added that event for listening. When we fire that event, the Store class will do something. That is what I understand. Am I correct?
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    Actually I'm using this one
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    Hi all,

    In ScriptTagProxy source code, I see this line in onRead function:

    this.fireEvent("load", this, res, trans.arg);

    Would you like to let me know what this is for? Thanks very much.
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