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    Default Answered: How to off autoLoad in NestedList?

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    I'd like to off nestedlist, so I need load when painted component.

    How to?

  2. You will need to return false in the beforeload event of the TreeStore. Then whenever you want to load it you do this:

    Code:
    store.load({
        node : node
    });
    Where node would be the root node (or a node you want to load).

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    You will need to return false in the beforeload event of the TreeStore. Then whenever you want to load it you do this:

    Code:
    store.load({
        node : node
    });
    Where node would be the root node (or a node you want to load).
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    Thank you, ill apply that.

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    The node is the root node. To get the root node you execute the getRoot method on the TreeStore:

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    var node = store.getRoot();
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    i was. but load event not works...

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