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    Can anyone help how to bind data dynamically in to ItemSelector(Dual list)

  2. Thanks mitch,
    I am not able to find two different stores for two mulitiselects..
    finally i got a solution. Using "bindStore()"function. but in the UI component we need to have a default store otherwise the component is not renedered. So i had a empty store like store: [[],].

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    Each list is a multiselect list which is powered by a store. Change the store you change the list.
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    Thanks mitch,
    I am not able to find two different stores for two mulitiselects..
    finally i got a solution. Using "bindStore()"function. but in the UI component we need to have a default store otherwise the component is not renedered. So i had a empty store like store: [[],].