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    Importing model definitions


    Hallo!


    Is there any posibility planed of importing model definitions into Sencha Designer?
    This is very important for our current project, your model definitions get generated and I would like to import them somehow.

    Best regards
    Roland

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    Yes, there is. Any additional information about how/where you'd like to import them from would be helpful for us to know.
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    Hello Aaron,

    we are using Bancha which automatically creates model definitions based on the backend CakePHP model definitions. These model definitions include fields, validations and associations and a fully configured proxy (which uses Ext.Direct).
    If necessary I could transform these definitions to plain javascript or json if that helps...

    Thanks
    Roland

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    Hello Aaron,

    I would appreciate any information you can give me on this....

    thanks
    Roland

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    I don't have any information for you yet...
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    Almost one month has gone by... any new information?

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    Is this thread referring to Sencha Architect 2?
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    Yes, I started the thread before the final Architect2 release...

    I want to import some model data into Sencha Architect 2.

    thanks
    Roland

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    There are number of people who would like to see a model import feature into Architect. Or at least a way that the fields could be added manually without requiring the move between keyboard and mouse on every field name.

    I am amazed. Importing a simple model's standalone definition (without associations) would seem to be a common requirement for a commercial development tool which depends on structured data.

    Thank You

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    2.1 will have a feature that allows you to comma separate fields

    name, dob, address1, address2, notes

    this will add 5 fields

    We also have a feature in the backlog to allow for user to copy/paste structured data but alas this hasn't been implemented yet.
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