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    Question Unanswered: How send several grid records in 1 Ajax Json request.

    Unanswered: How send several grid records in 1 Ajax Json request.


    Hello,


    I have created a grid with a checkbox column, as in the example
    (Grid Plugins - grid 4) - the CheckboxModel has selectionchange
    listener.
    How do send all of the selected records to the server in 1 ajax,
    json request? Is there an example?
    With one record I could do record.save()...


    I shall create a json writer and an ajax proxy on the model/store.


    Thank you,
    bryan

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    If you can get a list of the records you want I would iterate over them and build an array of objects and then send in an ajax call
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