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    Default I didn't work just in the controller

    I didn't work just in the controller


    I tried that and the list wouldn't show up at all. I had saw your example so that is why i am confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arandlett View Post
    I tried that and the list wouldn't show up at all. I had saw your example so that is why i am confused.
    Ah... I think I know. I think its a racing issue since you are using storeId and then on your list you are defining the store as a string.
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    I went to use a more generic view for the list as you did and called the store within that. That worked. Thanks for the assistance! Curious why is using class as you did instead of calling id better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arandlett View Post
    I went to use a more generic view for the list as you did and called the store within that. That worked. Thanks for the assistance! Curious why is using class as you did instead of calling id better?
    I just saw a commit that may change this as using the string like that *should* work and not overriding the constructor would be a better way if you want to have a global store be used.
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