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    Hi,

    I have a gridpanel with a paging toolbar. There are 3 pages. There is a timer configured on the gridPanel's dataStore so I can configure the dataStore to perform a reload after nn secs. The load() accesses a backend and sends along parameters like startRow and maxrows. Problem is, those params are static: maxrows=15 and startrow=0. That's fine if a reload takes place when page 1 is displayed in the grid but when page 3 is displayed, a reload retrieves the data for the first page. Worse, the pageindicator keeps indicating page 3 is shown.
    So how can I send te _actual_ value of the dataStore property startRow with the load() call?

    Marc

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    What do you want to happen ... reload page 1 with it's data, or remain on page 3 with page 3 data?

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    It seems that marc123 wants to re-load the current page. If so, you should use <store>.loadPage(<store>.currentPage).

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