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    Default LiveGridView: removing an item

    LiveGridView: removing an item


    Version(s) of Ext GWT
    Ext GWT 3.0.1


    Browser versions and OS (and desktop environment, if applicable)
    IE 9 Windows 7


    Description
    Removing an item from a LiveGridView creates an empty area within the grid.
    I can't really provide an example, but I think, you can take any LiveGrid, as long as it contains many items (so the vertical scrollbar is visible). I'm using the default configuration: 200 items are loaded and about 20 of them are visible. After removing some items (using store.remove(model)) it looks like this:

    livegrid-delete-bug.jpg

    Now try scrolling: the white area remains (until a reload).
    It shouldn't be required to reload the grid (the only workaround I can think of), since the first 200 items are already loaded.

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    any update?

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    This requires a lot of internal changes within LiveGridView.

    Currently livegridview is meant to be a server "streaming" view. It does not support any client side modifications, however adding support for removing should be possible. Every remove/add needs to be done on the backend and you need to reload the LiveGridView.

    I will push this to the bug tracker as a feature request.

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