Gelmiş geçmiş en büyük porno sitemiz olan 2pe de her zaman en kaliteli pornoları sunmayı hedefledik. Diğer video sitemiz olan vuam da ise hd porno ağırlıklı çalışmalara başladık.

  1. #1
    Ext User
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Location
    New York
    Posts
    11
    Vote Rating
    0
    mcamer is on a distinguished road

      0  

    Default ExtJS JsonWriter undefined parameters

    ExtJS JsonWriter undefined parameters


    So I'm a newbie for ExtJS and trying to do some integration with microsoft's OData services.

    I basically extended a JsonReader that would read the "oddly formatted" JSON that the OData service is returning, I'm creating records in the reader and returning it in readRecords().... By doing that, I was able to see the data coming from the service in my Grid, so far so good!

    Now the writing back was a bit of an issue, I assumed that by putting in a JsonWriter to the store, that it will magically compose the JSON string as a post action to the service. But for some reason I was checking the post parameters via firebug, and it was something like this

    undefined {}

    The URL is exactly what I defined, so it's acting as expected, but it's not gathering the values and composing the JSON parameters!

    The JSON Writer I defined is as follow

    Code:
    var writer = new Ext.data.JsonWriter({
                encode: true,
                writeAllFields: false
            });
    I guess my question would be, would it be possible I screwed up something with extending the JsonReader? Or are they not related? And what would cause such a behavior?

    If my question is too vague, I would love to debug this myself, but I guess I would like to know where to start from? What would be the function that composes the parameters for JSON Requests in the JsonWriter?

    Thank you in advance!


    -----
    I was actually just debugging this, and I noticed that during the Ajax request composing, it's treating the update as a creation! I found out that for some reason the records phantom property is set to true, therefore it's trying to make a create request rather than an update one. Does that ring a bell?

  2. #2
    Ext JS Premium Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Melrose, MA
    Posts
    48
    Vote Rating
    3
    hjones is on a distinguished road

      0  

    Default


    Make sure you have the idProperty config property on your reader/store.
    If you don't sent this up then the record will auto assign an id and set phantom = true.
    Here's a comment from Ext.data.Record.js...

    Any record which has a real database pk set as its id property
    * is NOT a phantom -- it's real.

    Also, if you are using the mapping config property in the field definition then idProperty should be pointing to that...in my case 'ID' instead of the default 'id'.

    I struggled with this for an hour or two this afternoon before figuring it all out.

    Quote Originally Posted by mcamer View Post
    So I'm a newbie for ExtJS and trying to do some integration with microsoft's OData services.

    I basically extended a JsonReader that would read the "oddly formatted" JSON that the OData service is returning, I'm creating records in the reader and returning it in readRecords().... By doing that, I was able to see the data coming from the service in my Grid, so far so good!

    Now the writing back was a bit of an issue, I assumed that by putting in a JsonWriter to the store, that it will magically compose the JSON string as a post action to the service. But for some reason I was checking the post parameters via firebug, and it was something like this

    undefined {}

    The URL is exactly what I defined, so it's acting as expected, but it's not gathering the values and composing the JSON parameters!

    The JSON Writer I defined is as follow

    Code:
    var writer = new Ext.data.JsonWriter({
                encode: true,
                writeAllFields: false
            });
    I guess my question would be, would it be possible I screwed up something with extending the JsonReader? Or are they not related? And what would cause such a behavior?

    If my question is too vague, I would love to debug this myself, but I guess I would like to know where to start from? What would be the function that composes the parameters for JSON Requests in the JsonWriter?

    Thank you in advance!


    -----
    I was actually just debugging this, and I noticed that during the Ajax request composing, it's treating the update as a creation! I found out that for some reason the records phantom property is set to true, therefore it's trying to make a create request rather than an update one. Does that ring a bell?

Similar Threads

  1. I want to pass parameters with HttpProxy in Extjs 2.0
    By httpftp21 in forum Ext 2.x: Help & Discussion
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 23 Jun 2010, 11:31 PM
  2. [3.1] DirectProxy/DirectFn parameters are undefined.
    By Sesshomurai in forum Ext.Direct
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 3 Feb 2010, 9:22 AM
  3. [Closed] JsonWriter and UNDEFINED parameter
    By chesstrix in forum Ext 3.x: Help & Discussion
    Replies: 10
    Last Post: 5 Aug 2009, 2:40 PM
  4. Replies: 22
    Last Post: 10 Jul 2009, 2:08 PM

Thread Participants: 1

Tags for this Thread