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    Question Generate PDF from ExtJS app

    Generate PDF from ExtJS app


    Hello,
    i have a grid where, for every row, i want to generate a PDF on the fly.
    Actually i have defined the column as follows:


    {
    text : 'Download PDF',
    width : 175,
    dataIndex: 'id',
    renderer: function(value, metaData, record, rowIndex, colIndex, store) {
    return "<a target='_blank' " +
    "href='php/pdf_label.php?fp="+record.data.id+"' />PDF</a>";
    }
    }

    It runs, all the dirty work is made on the server side .... is it the right approach? Is there a better ExtJS-ish way to do it?

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    As long as you have the headers correct in your PHP script it should be fine.
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