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  1. That's what I'm saying: there's just no API for that, neither public nor private. With read operation, we're sending an object with metadata for the retrieval method; with write operations we're just...
  2. Unfortunately, there's no way to do that presently. The record data to be updated is sent as an array, and if extraParams were sent along the server side would face a very ambiguous task of...
  3. delp,

    Looking at the code I don't see anything wrong - you're extending one controller from another but are not overriding the init() method, so naturally the extended controller registers for the...
  4. delp,

    Any code samples? A fiddle, even?

    Regards,
    Alex.
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    zdm,

    The only practical reason to use formHandlers is to handle file uploads. Unfortunately you can't stuff a file into JSON, you have to submit it in a form - and without formHandler flag we...
  6. @touchy

    Sorry about the mishap, looks like I screwed up a bit with the latest fix. ;) Time to add more unit tests so that won't happen in the future...

    The fix should appear in the nightlies...
  7. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  8. The fix is going to be available in 4.2.3; it is now possible to escape the commas:



    var d = Ext.DomQuery.select("root/I[a='abc\\,d']", resp.responseXML);


    Regards,
    Alex.
  9. This is because the Application class creation/instance creation timing has been changed. This is not a bug as it was never supposed to make the getApplication method available immediately after the...
  10. One approach is to use events for the server push. In one of my projects, I leveraged the Ext.direct.PollingProvider and built a server side framework that allowed to post either unicast or broadcast...
  11. Anything to keep you guys happy. ;)

    Regards,
    Alex.
  12. The fix for this bug has been merged for 4.2.3.

    Regards,
    Alex.
  13. touchy,

    Thanks for the bug report; the problem has been fixed already and will be merged for 4.2.3. As a workaround, try using this:



    Ext.define('Override.data.proxy.Direct', {
    ...
  14. Sure, we're working on the ARIA improvements all the time.

    Regards,
    Alex.
  15. zz9pa,

    Thanks for the explanations, I can reproduce the error now. I've opened a bug ticket: EXTJSIV-12143.

    Regards,
    Alex.
  16. zz9pa,

    Not sure which sample app you are referring to; the demo app shipped with ARIA package doesn't have an app/view/Main.js file. Make sure you're using the aria-4.2.2 package on top of the...
  17. You sure can do anything manually; study the ARIA package source and implement an override to the Tree or TreeGrid class to add the ARIA attributes. I can't tell how successful that would be though,...
  18. muralisk477,


    Unfortunately, Trees and TreeGrids are not supported by the ARIA package at this time. We plan to add support in future versions.


    Regards,
    Alex.
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    esscotti,

    I would suggest updating to 4.2.1, or even better, to 4.2.2 - there was a ton of bug fixes since 4.2.0. If you absolutely can't update the framework, ask the support folks to provide you...
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    esscotti,

    Which Ext version you're using? The fix was shipped with 4.2.1.

    Regards,
    Alex.
  21. zz9pa,

    I'm guessing but it looks like exit code 2 means "file not found" - there's something missing in the classpath, probably. Try running "sencha -debug app build testing" and look for the...
  22. jannic,

    ARIA support in Ext JS is implemented as a separate add-on package, and you can either "cook it" in your application build, or include JavaScript and CSS files in the HTML boilerplate if...
  23. zz9pa,

    There is no need to call ariaUpdate(), just set the ariaLabel property on the component:



    {
    xtype: 'button',
    ariaLabel: 'Accessible button',
    text: 'A button'
  24. @Daniil,

    Not exactly. To override a stock class, use Ext.define instead:



    Ext.define('MyOverrides.chart.Chart', {
    override: 'Ext.chart.Chart',
    ...
    });
  25. touchy,

    Thanks for finding this bug, it's been taken care of and the fix should appear in 4.2.3.

    Regards,
    Alex.
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