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    Default Unanswered: How to get column's sortType from sortchange event?

    Unanswered: How to get column's sortType from sortchange event?


    I have a custom function for grid's sortchange event. The dataIndex is easily accessible, but I need the column's sortType also. I'm totally lost on how to access this, so could anyone help me here?

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    Isn't the sortType on the field in the Model not the column?
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    Yes it is, and that is the problem. I assume this is impossible, then?

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