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    Hello I have hit a wall with a project I am working on.
    I need to create a grid with pagination similar to the image below. I was going to create a grid and use a xTemplate to create the columns. I was just not sure if this was the correct way to go about it or if I should be using the cell or row editing plugins? I am new to ext-js and need a little direction.

    Thanks in advance!!!!

    Brian

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    You might want to have a look at:
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?148064

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    Scott,
    Thanks for the info, I will check it out.
    I was looking at the API documentation http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!...lumn-cfg-items and thought maybe I could use the items property on a grid column, but I get a Cannot call method 'setStyle' of undefined when I try to load a grid with any type of item(field, panel, etc...)

    Thanks again for your help!!!

    Brian

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