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    Question Unanswered: how to display particular values from a store

    Unanswered: how to display particular values from a store


    hi all, i am getting the store values from this json
    JSON
    Code:
    {"data":[{"number":"24","question":"iPhone virtual keyboard can accommodate how many languages","option1":"21 languages","option2":"25 languages","option3":"19 languages","option4":"31 languages","answer": "21 languages"},{"number":"2","question":"How can you attach multiple pictures to an email","option1":"Not possible","option2":"Load them to the PC and send from there","option3":"Share button in Camera","option4":"Attach them one by one","answer": "Share button in Camera"}
    		]}
    Data Model and Store and Loading into store that json values
    Code:
    Ext.regModel('question1', {
        fields: ['number','question','option1','option2','option3','option4','answer'],
    });
    associatefinder.question1=new Ext.data.Store({
    model:"question1"
    });
    
    Ext.Ajax.request({
                    url: name,
                    success: function(response, request) {
    				data = Ext.decode(response.responseText);
    				var stores=Ext.getStore(associatefinder.question1);
    				stores.loadData(data.data);
                    }
                });
    by using ajax request am gettting and storing in my question store with two values in it,

    Now the problem is if i want to display only one value from that store,
    for that what i have to do

    code for displaying is
    Code:
    {
    		la
    	    xtype: 'dataview',
    		tpl: [			
    				'<table class=infoview>',
                    '<tpl for=".">',
    				'<tr><td class=infoview>1. {question}  ?</td></tr>',
    				'<tr><td class=right>{option1}</td></tr>',
    				'<tr><td class=right>{option2}</td></tr>',
    				'<tr><td class=right>{option3}</td></tr>',
    				'<tr><td class=right >{option4}</td></tr>',
    				'</tpl>',
    				'</table>',
                ],
    			styleHtmlContent: true,
                store: associatefinder.question1,
    			itemSelector: 'td.right',}}}
    Here i should get only one question..what i have to do for that.

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    The '<tpl for=".">' means that it will iterate through all Array values.
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