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    Default Ext.data.TreeStore does not added to the list of application models

    Ext.data.TreeStore does not added to the list of application models


    For exampke, if I define some TreeStore
    Ext.define('MyApp.store.jsonStoreSettlement', {
    extend: 'Ext.data.TreeStore',

    it does not take affect in the list:

    Ext.application({
    models: [
    'modelTemplate',
    'modelKind',
    'modelDirection'
    ],
    stores: [

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    Creating a TreeStore will add it into the list of stores, not models.

    I've verified this is working in the current build. Do you have any more information?
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    Sencha Architect creates file: app.js

    Ext.application({
    models: [
    'modelTemplate',
    'modelKind',
    'modelDirection',
    'modelSettlement',
    'modelContractor'
    ],
    stores: [
    'jsonStoreTemplate',
    'jsonStoreKind',
    'jsonStoreDirection',
    'jsonStoreContractor'
    ],

    What I do, add missing TreeStore manually on deploy:

    Ext.application({
    models: [
    'modelTemplate',
    'modelKind',
    'modelDirection',
    'modelSettlement',
    'modelOperativeData',
    'modelContractor'
    ],
    stores: [
    'jsonStoreTemplate',
    'jsonStoreKind',
    'jsonStoreDirection',
    'jsonStoreSettlement',
    'jsonStoreOperativeData',
    'jsonStoreContractor'
    ],

    where jsonStoreSettlement is tree store.

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    I can't reproduce this in a simple project.

    Are you able to isolate it any better as to when it happens?

    Also rather than adding it manually in code, I'd suggest adding it to the stores/models configuration on the Application node. This will make it so that you only have to do the "fix" once.
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    Default Please take a look

    Please take a look


    there are missed treestore in attached project (zipped).
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    Okay, and if you click the application node and go to stores in the bottom right configuration and put in jsonStoreSettlement which Architect picks up and recognizes as a store. (Indicated by the icon seen when you search for it).

    Does this work properly? Did you add jsonStoreSettlement to another controller and then remove it from application?
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    <httpProtocol>
    <customHeaders>
    <add name="Access-Control-Allow-Origin" value="*" />
    <add name="Access-Control-Allow-Credentials" value="True" />
    </customHeaders>
    </httpProtocol>

    Ví num totorial que é isso mas ainda não consegui ? alguem poderia me ajudar?

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    Default Maybe

    Maybe


    So, in this case I need remove treeview and add a new one?

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    Default Como assim?

    Como assim?


    Pelo que entendi da solicitação Jason, é que o servidor C# não aceita solicitações, tudo indica que temos que Gerenciar solicitações via CORS in WCF

    Traduzindo

    As I understand Jason's request, the server is C # does not accept requests, it seems that we have to Manage requests via CORS in WCF

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