13 Nov 2007 3:41 AM #41
13 Nov 2007 4:11 AM #42
Okay, I understand the problem now. Since the XML file represents a range of buffered items which are available once the file has been generated, you have to set the bufferSize-value to the count of items available in the xml file. In your given example, this would be "50".
13 Nov 2007 4:16 AM #43
13 Nov 2007 4:38 AM #44
I'll take care of this, just can't do it right now.
13 Nov 2007 4:50 AM #45
In your example the number is 5000 so I'm confused about any difference between your example and mine.
Perhaps I can give you the example:
/pflege/get-data-Netz.xml?start=10&limit=10 will produce
13 Nov 2007 5:06 AM #46
13 Nov 2007 7:51 AM #47
13 Nov 2007 7:58 AM #48
13 Nov 2007 12:00 PM #49
13 Nov 2007 12:48 PM #50
@sfrancolla - I'm just putting out my opinion. The following has nothing to do with Thorsten (MindPatterns). This version is still at 0.1 (alpha). So far there hasn't been an update. Just a sneak preview publishing - "official" publishing of the extension pack has been said to be made next weekend.
As for creating a project for it... ExtJS is a project. An extension or a component pack which is at least 5 very big/useful components could be a project. For an extension pack like this one will never need more than a changelog, live demo, usage information. Contributing with code/ideas is always welcome throughout the ExtJS community forum. You will just need to state your view and optionally post your code - you could as well zip your new code and attach it, or create a live demo somewhere. Creating a project (by that understanding changelog, bug tracker, suggestion posting, help, etc) for this is a bit far-fetched don't you think?
@Thorsten - it was bad that you gave your first name, in the first post to the thread. Now I'm inclined to use your first name, while others know/refer to you as MindPatterns