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    File linking in Grid


    My grid panel gets its data from a table in Oracle. One of the columns in that table has blob data (file). I want to allow the user to click on a link from the grid that opens up the file. Similarly I want to let the user upload a file from the UI and save it to the database. Is there a way to handle the file upload/download using extjs. I am using version 3.4. Will greatly appreciate if you can explain with some examples. Thanks.

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    To upload, use the FileUploadField found in the examples. There is no Ext JS class to download file, for that you will need a Google search.
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