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    Default Problem with Treesorter

    Problem with Treesorter


    Hi

    I am using treesorter for my treepanel. I defined custom attributes...

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    Code:
    fields:['text',{name:'run_order',type:'int'}],
    My treesorter code...

    Code:
    var sorter = new Ext.tree.TreeSorter(Ext.getCmp("customers_orders_tree"), {property:'run_order',folderSort:true,dir: "asc",caseSensitive: true
    
    });
    run_order is type integer. But sorting is done for string ..It takes run_order as string type not an integer.
    What is the mistake in my code.

    Can any one please give me the idea.

    I appreciate any help

    Thank You.

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    What is the problem? Not sorting correctly? Not sorting at all?
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